Pohlman Field was built in 1982 and holds 3,501 people. The park was originally named Telfer Park until the 1987 season, when it was renamed after Harry C. Pohlman, who was a long-time coach in the Beloit school system and in American Legion Baseball. He was also an original member of the Beloit Brewers board of directors. The team is community owned and a not for profit organization (you can donate to the park and all contributions are tax deductible).
Joliet Route 66 Stadium is home to the Joliet Slammers of the Frontier League; it’s a ballpark that has a lot to offer inside its wraparound concourse.
Rivets Stadium is the home of the Rockford Rivets of the Northwoods League. The ballpark has the essence of being a world-class venue for the summer collegiate and fits perfectly in the league’s maps of franchises.
Simmons Field in Kenosha, Wisconsin, is an old ballpark that has been rejuvenated by the Kenosha Kingfish. The fun starts as soon as you enter the stadium and does not let up until the final out is thrown.
Boomers Stadium is one of the many independent ballparks in the Chicagoland area that are an alternative to the major league prices of the Cubs and Sox. Located near the busy shopping centers of Schaumburg is a ballpark built for entertainment and value.