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  • Join the Lugnuts!

    Prepare your resume! The Lansing Lugnuts will host a job fair at the Lansing Center from 10:00 a.m. until noon on Saturday, February 25th. MORE »
  • Martín to head 2017 Lugnuts coaching staff

    Cesar Martín, who led the Gulf Coast League Blue Jays to a combined .684 winning percentage during the last two years, will serve as Lansing Lugnuts manager for the 2017 season, the team announced Thursday in conjunction with the Toronto Blue Jays. MORE »
  • Lugnuts, Blue Jays extend PDC through 2018

    The Lansing Lugnuts and Toronto Blue Jays announced a two-year extension of their player development contract today, securing the Blue Jays' Single-A affiliation in Michigan's state capital through the 2018 season. MORE »
  • Williams, Panas flex muscles, Lugnuts win Showdown

    Christian Williams slugged a two-run homer, and the Lansing Lugnuts topped the Michigan State Spartans, 4-1, in the 10th Crosstown Showdown presented by Auto-Owners Insurance before a crowd of 8,432 on Tuesday night at Cooley Law School Stadium. MORE »
  • Shane gets revenge as Caps blank Lugnuts

    Victimized by a ten-run third inning six days earlier, Casey Shane tossed nothing but zeroes in leading the Lake County Captains (31-38, 71-68) over the Lansing Lugnuts (33-36, 69-70), 3-0 on Sunday night at Classic Park. MORE »
  • Lugnuts welcome 8,000,000th fan

    On Wednesday night at Cooley Law School Stadium, the Lansing Lugnuts welcomed Bill Johnston, their 8,000,000th fan and Michigan Lottery Lucky Lugnut! MORE »
  • Maese, Lugnuts two-hit Captains, 6-0

    Justin Maese combined with a pair of relievers on a two-hit shutout and Juan Kelly enjoyed a monster offensive game, helping the Lansing Lugnuts (33-35, 69-69) blank the Lake County Captains (30-38, 70-68), 6-0, on Saturday night at Classic Park. MORE »
  • Five-run 3rd helps Hot Rods avert sweep

    Buoyed by a five-run third inning, the Bowling Green Hot Rods (44-23, 81-55) avoided a three-game sweep with a 6-2 victory over the Lansing Lugnuts (32-35, 68-69) on Friday night at Cooley Law School Stadium. MORE »
  • Lugnuts edge Hot Rods, 3-2

    The Lansing Lugnuts (32-34, 68-68) handed the Bowling Green Hot Rods (43-23, 80-55) a slim loss for the second straight night, 3-2, drawing within a half-game for Eastern Division wild card with four games remaining in the regular season. MORE »
  • Lugnuts surge past Hot Rods, 3-1

    The Lansing Lugnuts (31-34, 67-68) used the combination of early offense and strong pitching to halt the Bowling Green Hot Rods (43-22, 80-54), 3-1, and tighten the Eastern Division playoff race on Wednesday night at Cooley Law School Stadium. MORE »
  • Suriel promoted to Double-A New Hampshire

    In conjunction with the Toronto Blue Jays, the Lansing Lugnuts announce that pitcher Starlyn Suriel has been promoted to Class-AA New Hampshire, with pitcher Geno Encina transferred to Lansing from Short-Season A Vancouver in a corresponding move. MORE »
  • Lugnuts welcome 2016 first-rounder Zeuch

    In conjunction with the Toronto Blue Jays, the Lansing Lugnuts announce that pitcher Jordan Romano has been placed on the 7-day Disabled List retroactive to August 27th, with blue-chip pitching prospect T.J. Zeuch transferred from Short-Season A Vancouver in a corresponding move. MORE »
  • Lugnuts' 10-run 3rd sinks Captains

    For the first time since June 15th, 2008, the Lansing Lugnuts (30-34, 66-68) scored double-digit runs in an inning, riding a ten-run third to a 12-6 victory over the Lake County Captains (29-35, 69-65) on Monday night at Classic Park. MORE »
  • Blue Jays' 2016 2nd, 4th and 5th-round draftees join Lugnuts

    In conjunction with the Toronto Blue Jays, the Lansing Lugnuts announce that 2016 second-round pick J.B. Woodman, fourth-round pick Joshua Palacios and fifth-round pick Cavan Biggio have been transferred to Lansing from Short-Season A Vancouver. In addition, pitcher Starlyn Suriel was reinstated from the 7-day Disabled List, pitcher Griffin Glaude was transferred to Vancouver, outfielder Austin Davis was placed on the 7-day DL retroactive to August 25th and outfielder Jake Thomas was placed on the 7-day Disabled List retroactive to August 26th. MORE »
  • Lugnuts' road trip woes continue in 8-6 loss

    The Lake County Captains (29-34, 69-64) defeated the Lansing Lugnuts (29-34, 65-68) for the third straight day, 8-6, in a Sunday matinee at Classic Park. MORE »
  • Despite Woodman, Captains stave off Lugs

    Toronto Blue Jays 2016 second-rounder J.B. Woodman impressed in his MWL debut, but the Lake County Captains (28-34, 68-64) held off the Lansing Lugnuts (29-33, 65-67), 6-5, on a rain-delayed Saturday night at Classic Park. MORE »