In a press release from the Frontier League’s Deputy Commissioner Steve Tahsler, it was announced the Hall of Fame Committee had selected six players from three different decades along with two special contributors.
In May, the sights and sounds of Ozinga Field will return as the Windy City ThunderBolts take the field.
After a year of incredible feedback on my first piece and many changes within independent baseball, I decided to write a follow-up in the hopes of continuing to inform and spread the word of independent baseball.
“The Frontier League began in 1993, to have a relationship with Major League Baseball, is one of the greatest moments in League history.”
In the Press Box with the Windy City Thunderbolts.