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Windy City ThunderBolts, Village of Crestwood, and Ozinga Announce New Stadium Naming Rights

February 20, 2019 - CRESTWOOD, IL - The Windy City ThunderBolts, Village of Crestwood, and Ozinga are proud to announce that Standard Bank Stadium will officially be renamed Ozinga Field. The Village of Crestwood and Ozinga agreed to a five-year naming rights deal, which will change the name of the South Side entertainment facility for the first time since 2007. The ThunderBolts are included in the deal and will incorporate Ozinga into the team's baseball operations. "We are excited to partner with Ozinga and... Full Story

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ThunderBolts Hire Brian Smith as New Field Manager

November 13, 2018 - The Windy City ThunderBolts have named Brian Smith the 18th Field Manager in franchise history. Smith replaces Ron Biga, who departed after six seasons to accept an opportunity outside of baseball. For Smith, this is the first professional managerial position after spending the last three summers managing the Rockford Rivets of the summer collegiate Northwoods League. He amassed 100 wins in three years with Rockford, which included a trip to the postseason in 2017. Smith is no stranger to ... Full Story

Windy City ThunderBolts Unveil Logo for 20th Anniversary in Crestwood and Frontier League

November 8, 2018 - CRESTWOOD, IL - The Windy City ThunderBolts will be celebrating their 20th anniversary season in 2019, and to kick off the celebration, the ThunderBolts have unveiled their 20th anniversary logo. The logo commemorates the 20 years that the franchise has spent in the Frontier League and in Crestwood, Illinois. On June 2, 1999, the team that was known at the time as the Cook County Cheetahs opened their brand new ballpark and defeated the visiting River City Rascals 1-0. The Rascals will return... Full Story

ThunderBolts Fall to Traverse City in Season Finale

September 2, 2018 - TRAVERSE CITY, MI - The Traverse City Beach Bums scored eight runs in their first two innings and took down the ThunderBolts on the final day of the season 8-5 at Wuerfel Park Sunday evening. Traverse City (44-51) scored five times with two outs in the first inning. Alexis Rivera had a two-run single and, with the bases loaded, Ryan Kemp brought home all three runners on a double. The ThunderBolts (41-54) answered the next inning and tied it up with five runs of their own. Derek Bangert ad... Full Story

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