TRAVERSE CITY — Well, that waited until the last minute.
TRAVERSE CITY — The final week of the Northwoods League season heated up on Tuesday with the highest scoring game that Traverse City has seen this season.
TRAVERSE CITY — The Great Lakes Resorters pulled out another win over the Traverse City Pit Spitters this week, rallying for a 5-3 victory at Turtle Creek Stadium Thursday.
TRAVERSE CITY — The Great Lakes Resorters snapped the Traverse City Pit Spitters’ 11-game winning streak Sunday, stealing a rare 5-4 win at Turtle Creek Stadium.
TRAVERSE CITY — The Traverse City Pit Spitters haven’t missed a beat as of late, winning 11 straight games over the Great Lakes Resorters at Turtle Creek Stadium.
TRAVERSE CITY — The Traverse City Pit Spitters are back on top of the Northwoods League standings after their sixth-straight win over the Great Lakes Resorters on Friday.
TRAVERSE CITY — The Great Lakes Resorters beat the Traverse City Pit Spitters for the second time in-a-row Friday, winning back-to-back games for the first time in franchise history.
Beach Bums add OF Heinrich, lefty pitcher Brenner; GT Bay gymnasts win Tulip City Invitational; TC Figure Skating Club holding free skating event; 48th annual Trout Unlimited Fly Fishing School scheduled.
Bums sign Glover, Menken, bring back Cadaret as pitching coach; M22 Challenge registration starts March 1; TC Men's Bowling Association banquet March 10. (Plus more)
St. Francis to hold signing ceremonies for 5 athletes; 6 area teams in latest prep boys, girls basketball polls; Charlevoix's Nesburg honored with MHSAA scholar-athlete award. (Plus more)
TRAVERSE CITY — Last-place Traverse City picked up a thrilling 8-7 extra-inning win on the road against first-place Schaumburg in Frontier League play on Thursday. Alexis Rivera singled in Jeff DeBlieux with one out on the top of the 10th inning to give the Beach Bums (36-56) a one-run victory against the Boomers (64-29) to avoid the sweep.
Reinaldo Lopez threw seven solid innings, scattering seven hits and walking only one while striking out three, but it wasn't enough as the Traverse City Beach Bums lost 5-3 to Lake Erie.
TRAVERSE CITY — The Traverse City Beach Bums and Lake Erie Crushers had some unfinished business to attend to before they could get to Wednesday's regularly scheduled game at Sprenger Stadium.
TRAVERSE CITY — A night after scoring a dozen runs in a 12-11 victory against Windy City, the Traverse City Beach Bums managed to score just twice in a 5-2 loss to the Thunderbolts at Wuerfel Park.
Jake Fisher must love facing the Traverse City Beach Bums. The Windy City Thunderbolts starter — not the Traverse City native who plays in the NFL — has faced the Beach Bums four times this season and gone at least eight innings each time out, winning three.
TRAVERSE CITY — The Traverse City Beach Bums showed they have some fight left in them after winning Wednesday's contest against Joliet in dramatic walk-off fashion. Tied 5-5 with one out in the bottom of the 10th inning, Jeff DeBlieux singled to center to drive home Quintin Alexander and send the faithful fans at Wuerfel Park home happy with a 6-5 win.
TRAVERSE CITY — It was two for Tuesday at Wuerfel Park as the Traverse City Beach Bums swept a doubleheader against the Joliet Slammers, winning 3-1 and 6-4 after trailing in both seven-inning games.
TRAVERSE CITY — July 20 must seem like quite a long time ago to the Traverse City Beach Bums, who have now gone 13 days without a win after Wednesday's 4-1 loss to Washington at Wuerfel Park.
TRAVERSE CITY — The downward trend continued for the Traverse City Beach Bums Sunday night as they lost for the ninth straight time, falling to the River City Rascals 9-8.
TRAVERSE CITY — The Beach Bums were hoping some homecooking would help cure what has been ailing them as of late, but that did not turn out to be the case Friday night. Coming off an 0-6 road trip, Traverse City returned to Wuerfel Park and lost for the seventh straight time, falling 5-1 to River City.
TRAVERSE CITY — The Beach Bums just cannot seem avoid those crooked numbers. After allowing 15 runs in an inning Tuesday and five runs in an inning Wednesday, both of which were losses, Traverse City allowed three runs in the fourth inning and five runs in the seventh inning of Thursday's 11-7 loss at Evansville.
TRAVERSE CITY — The fourth inning of Wednesday's Frontier League game between Traverse City and Evansville was looking a lot like Tuesday's fourth inning. And that was not good news for the Beach Bums. A day after allowing 15 runs in the bottom of the fourth inning in a 17-0 loss to the Otters, Traverse City pitching allowed five runs in the bottom of the fourth in a 6-1 loss.