Stadium Minor League History:
Midwest League 1982-present
Current Status: Home of the Beloit Snappers of the Midwest League (single-A)
What's Good: Pohlman Field is a basic, plain place to watch baseball. There's an angled grandstand (with a simple roof) behind home, with bleacher sections down the lines. Food and beverages were good here, and the atmosphere is pretty laid-back. While there's nothing particularly special about the stadium itself, the ballpark is comfortable and the staff and fans friendly. There's also a very well-stocked souvenir store with an impressive selection of hats featuring permutations on the Snappers' turtle logo.
What's Not So Good: As pleasant as it is, it's also somewhat boring, and fans sitting in the main grandstand have to look through the backstop net, as the whole structure is protected by it.
August 18, 1996 Beloit Snappers vs. Kane County Cougars
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