ChannelCats Sponsorships Benefit Youth Baseball in Muskegon

The Muskegon ChannelCats are a non-profit organization run solely on the financial contributions of private individuals and businesses. Player fees and operating costs for the team are among the lowest in the area for travel baseball. Player’s families cover the fees for uniforms, equipment, tournaments and player insurance. 

The ChannelCats offer two sponshorship programs to support the team.

 

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Roster Unveiled for Second 9U ChannelCats Team

The Muskegon ChannelCats announced the roster for their second 9U team for the upcoming season.

The lineup includes:

2013 9U Muskegon ChannelCats

Tyler Leenhouts, Kyle Leenhouts, Bode Wilson, Chase Layman, Owen Worthington, Aidan Pike, Jaxon Huffman, Matt Zelenka, Gavin Hubner, Kolin Jackson, Ethan Muskovin

The ChannelCats will be coached by Nate Leenhouts.

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ChannelCats Announce Roster for First of Two 9U Teams

The Muskegon ChannelCats announced the roster for the first of their two 9U teams for the upcoming season.

The team is made up of 8-9 years old players from along the Lakeshore:

2013 9U Muskegon ChannelCats

Cole Crabtree, Owen DeLong, Michael Emmons, TJ Habetler, Kayden Hellmann, Ty Langlois, Ryan McNiff, Landon Patterson, Aaron Piasecki, Donovan Russell, Drew Sandberg, Bobby Wasserman

The 9U ChannelCats will be coached by Jason Piasecki, the son of ChannelCats founder, Len Piasecki.

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Neighborhood Gets a Boost From Spruced-up Marsh Field

By Mike Mattson | Muskegon Chronicle

April 25, 2010, 10:33PM


Muskegon varsity baseball coach Tom Lopez appreciates historic Marsh Field.

He’s heard the oldtimers’ stories.

He’s read articles about the baseball diamond that served as home field to the professional Clippers and Lassies in years gone by.

And he grew up with special childhood memories at the park.


“My dad always brought me to the field,’’ Lopez said. “And I chased foul balls for Les David. He’d pay us a hot dog and a couple bucks to chase foul balls.’’
In recent years, Lopez watched the decline of Marsh Field, which serves as the home field for the Big Reds.

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The Lakeshore Baseball Club making over Marsh Field in Muskegon

MUSKEGON, Mich. (WZZM) - A city-owned baseball field in Muskegon will soon get a facelift, thanks to three businessmen who are also baseball enthusiasts.

The work at Marsh Field on Laketon Avenue will start this spring. The men have a new agreement with the city to take private control over the public park.

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