2018 Home and Away Game Schedule

(Home Games are in bold)

Home Games are played on the

UMFlint Campus near the William S. White Building


Play Ball!


April 28 - at Tiger Club of Lapeer, American Post 16

May 12 - at Rochester Grangers, Van Hoosen Farm

May 19 - HOME OPENER vs. Frankenmuth Bavarians

June 9 - Stockton Cup vs. Northville Eclipse

June 23 - at Frankenmuth Bavarians, Frankenmuth Vintage BB Festival

July 14 - Carriage Town Classic vs. Mt. Clemons Regulars

July 21 - at Greenfield Village vs. La De Dahs

August 4 - at Sidney Stars, Sidney Heritage Days Festival

August 19 - at Richmond Bees, Beebe St. Memorial Park

August 25 - at Midland, Saginaw Valley State University

September 8 - at Wyandotte Stars, Wyandotte Memorial Park

September 15 - vs. Tiger Club of Lapeer

September 29 - at Frankenmuth Bavarians, Frankenmuth






Join Us! 


There are many ways to participate whether you want to be a ballist or dress up as a crank.
Call 810-471-4714 or check out the Facebook Page for information on our open practices! 

Field

We play on the a unique space nestled along the Flint river on the University of Michigan-Flint's campus.


The field was part of a mill owned by Henry Howland Crapo, one of the largest timber processors in the state and governor of Michigan from 1865-1869. 

It was the several thousand acres of lumber-rich lands that served as the basis of wealth for the Whaleys. Mrs. Whaley's father, Alexander Mcfarlan, amassed a fortune in lumber that he parlayed into banking, the principal source of the wealth for Mary and her siblings.

Lumber City Base Ball Club

Vintage base ball is a modern amateur sport that combines contemporary features with elements of the game as it was played in the nineteenth century. Our goal is to entertain audiences with authentic competition in a way that provides a meaningful connection with the sport, recreation, and history.


This is not simply an endeavor thought up by a few baseball fans, but an interpretation of an historical form of entertainment. During the Gilded Age, as families moved away from farms that required constant labor during the daylight hours and to the cities where the work day was only a portion of an individual's time, leisure activities grew greatly in popularity. This is especially true of the upper and middle class families, but even working class families allowed themselves to get wrapped up in the emerging professional sports organizations and baseball was one of them. The Lumber City Base Ball Club attempts to remain historically accurate by wearing authentic-style uniforms, playing WITHOUT a glove, following nineteenth-century rules dating from between 1858-1867, and using appropriate lingo.


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