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Off the Beaten Basepaths #8: League Stadium in Huntingburg, Indiana

August 1, 2015 by · 2 Comments 

One of the most enjoyable stops on a recent baseball sojourn to the Midwest was visiting League Stadium in Huntingburg, Indiana, home of the Dubois County Bombers of the Ohio Valley League, which is a summer collegiate circuit. League Stadium was also home to the movie version of the Rockford Peaches when Columbia Pictures filmed scenes from A League of Their Own there in 1991. It’s a ballpark that is definitely worth visiting as you’ll see in this episode of Off the Beaten Basepaths.

(Note: The Dubois County Bombers took the final two games in a three game championship series against the Madisonville Miners winning their first ever OVL crown. Their 3-2 victory against the Miners on July 31st capped a very successful summer in Huntingburg.)


2 Responses to “Off the Beaten Basepaths #8: League Stadium in Huntingburg, Indiana”
  1. Don Hoover says:

    Nice review! Looking forward to hearing more about your road trip in September. This footage was done nicely, and really does have the feel of the 1991 movie. Just on a whim, I came down to the basement this evening and logged in. Glad I did! You always make me feel like I was right there. I could even smell the peanuts!

  2. Austin says:

    @Don Hoover – Glad you enjoyed this, Don. I was very pleased with how the video turned out. League Stadium just might be my favorite ballpark now. It was certainly a great experience about which I’ll have more on later this week.

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