New lights for A’s
The Sheboygan Athletic Club has replaced the original lighting system at Wildwood Baseball Park, after years of trying to address the issue.
The new lights will be on display June 5, when the Sheboygan A’s have their first home game at night.
There are six poles – four are 90 feet high and two are 75 – with 82 LED fixtures hanging from them.
As a result of the new lights, as well as many other improvements to the field, Wildwood Park has been selected to host the 2020 American Legion State Tournament.
Golf to help Redwings
The 21st Annual Redwing Golf Outing will be held May 18 at Town and Country Club in Sheboygan.
The cost is $85 per person and includes 18 holes of golf with carts, a 19th hole lunch with beverages, raffles and a silent auction.
The format is foursome/best ball. Prizes will be given out to the winning low total and there will be numerous hole prizes.
There is also a $20 discount for alumni from 2013-’18.
For more information, email Jason Harder at email@example.com.
Run/walk is in May
Registration is open for the Sheboygan A’s 5K Home Run/Walk at Wildwood Baseball Park, which will be held at 9 a.m. on Saturday, May 25, prior to the team’s season opener.
Proceeds will benefit the Sheboygan Athletic Club and Wildwood Baseball Park renovation project.
Participants will receive a race T-shirt, one A’s baseball ticket voucher, a ticket for raffle prizes, a race packet, bib chip timing, post-race snacks and a beverage.
To register, visit http://www.5k.sheboyganbaseball.org. It can also be done in person during packet pickup from 4-7 p.m. on May 24 at Wildwood Baseball Park or on the morning of the race.
Wildwood to host events
In August, Wildwood Baseball Park will be the site for the Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Academy and the Prep Baseball Report Showcase.
The Academy is open to children ages 6-14 and will be held Aug. 19-23.
THE PRB Showcase is open to high school players who are looking to get scouted to play in college.
“We are extremely excited to partner once again with the Brewers and Prep Baseball Report to bring these events back to Sheboygan,” A’s vice president C.J. Skelton said. “We continue to look for ways to utilize Wildwood Park and all it has to offer, and these events returning show how those organizations feel about the A’s and Wildwood Park. We once again look forward to these two events being successful.”
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