Google+ Official: No South Bend Cubs baseball this season Twitter CoronavirusIndianaLocalNewsSports Facebook Facebook Pinterest WhatsApp By Network Indiana – July 1, 2020 0 259 WhatsApp Previous articleSenator Braun standing by bill to reform qualified immunity for policeNext articleSouth Shore Line July tickets remain valid for August Network Indiana Twitter Google+ Pinterest (Tommie Lee/95.3 MNC) There will officially be no Minor League Baseball in South Bend, Fort Wayne or Indianapolis, this year.MiLB confirmed Tuesday afternoon that the 2020 season has been canceled. Due to the shortened season and roster restrictions, Major League Baseball could not supply enough players for a minor league season.That means fans of the Indianapolis Indians, Fort Wayne Tincaps and South Bend Cubs will have to wait another year to see their team in action.Major League Baseball is still planning on playing a 60-game season beginning July 24.
RelatedPosts Ighalo: My best moment as ‘Red Devil’ EPL: Crystal Palace stun sloppy Man U EPL: Red Devils attack Palace Odion Ighalo has revealed a touching tribute to his late sister following his loan move to Manchester United. Ighalo took to Instagram last December to mourn his sister Mary Atole’s passing, posting pictures of them both with the message: “R.I.P sister @blackboldbeautifull 12-12-19.” The 30-year-old striker has since secured a move to his childhood club United to boost Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s attack and is determined to make the most of his time at Old Trafford. But Ighalo has provided a timely reminder that there are more important things in life than football, revealing how he intends to honour his sister’s memory while he is on the pitch. Ighalo posted a photo of a pair of Nike bootball boots with “Mary Atole” inscribed on them, along with the Nigerian flag. The forward added the caption: “MARY ATOLE (nee ighalo) lives forever 12-12-19.” Ighalo’s post received over 30,000 likes in three hours, and the striker reposted a number of well-wishers’ messages in his Instagram story.Tags: Manchester UnitedMary AtoleOdion Ighalo
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisPosen — Posen third-graders had some special guests this morning that brought tools for the young students to advance their academic careers.Members of the Kiwanis Club of Alpena distributed dictionaries to the children to take with them for the rest of their lives. The Kiwanis Club has been doing this gesture for over a decade, getting custom made dictionaries for third grade students. Every third-grader in Alpena County is given one of these important books.“Not every child knew when we said a word how to start and do that, so by finding the words in there, I think you can learn a whole bunch of things from actually doing versus just googling it or talking to Siri,” said Kiwanis Club Member Andrea Hepburn.The representatives talked a little bit about Kiwanis Club and what the service organization does. They also got the chance to look up words and talk about how a dictionary works. Beth Pelkey is a former Posen teacher. She enjoys handing out the dictionaries and giving kids this vital tool on their quest for more knowledge.“They really seemed thankful to have them and they’re excited to get them, and that’s just a joy,” said Beth Pelkey. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: alpena county, Dictionaries, kiwanis club, Kiwanis Club of Alpena, Knowledge, Posen, Posen Elementary, Third-GradersContinue ReadingPrevious Field Trip Friday – Hiking at Duck ParkNext Veteran receives monetary boost thanks to local band