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The Marlins, who recently aligned with the Beloit Snappers in the latest Major League Baseball player development contract, sent Director of Minor League Operations Geoff DeGroot to check out the progress Wednesday.
The Beloit Snappers minor league baseball team will now be part of the Miami Marlins farm system at the Class High-A level.
Gazette sports editor Eric Schmoldt grew up going to Snappers games and worked for the team as a teen. But he's ready to embrace the new ownership group's vision and decision to change the team's name. But which name of the final five tops his list?
Ben Witkins, who spent a few summers parading around Telfer Park as Snappy the Turtle, is leading a petition drive to keep the Snappers name for the Class A baseball team.
The Beloit Snappers created a buzz last week when they asked for feedback about changing their team name. Whether changing the name happens or not, that buzz--during a minor league baseball-less summer-- was just what the new owners were hoping for.
Quint Studer could not be more excited about the future of baseball in Beloit.
The Beloit City Council has approved a 20-year lease and development agreement with the Riverbend Stadium Authority, the entity tasked with facility and property management of the 3,500-seat ABC Supply Stadium.
Prospective Beloit Snappers owner Quint Studer has temporarily withdrawn his team ownership transfer application, but the move is not expected to affect downtown stadium construction or future team operations.
Prospective Beloit Snappers owner Quint Studer remains confident in the team's future despite the current coronovirus pandemic and speculation over a reduction in minor league teams overall.