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Wind Surge general partner passes away

Lou Schwechheimer, visionary and baseball lifer, dies at 62
July 30, 2020

WICHITA, Kansas -- It is with the deepest sadness and sorrow that the Wichita Wind Surge organization announces the passing of the team's majority owner and general partner, Lou Schwechheimer. Schwechheimer, 62, passed away this afternoon from complications related to COVID-19. Schwechheimer was the driving force behind the return of

Wind Surge general partner passes away

Lou Schwechheimer, visionary and baseball lifer, dies at 62
July 29, 2020

WICHITA, Kansas -- It is with the deepest sadness and sorrow that the Wichita Wind Surge organization announces the passing of the team's majority owner and general partner, Lou Schwechheimer. Schwechheimer, 62, passed away this afternoon from complications related to COVID-19. Schwechheimer was the driving force behind the return of

Bus driver Timmons made Pelicans go

Team remembers beloved employee gone too soon
@jtbloss
May 29, 2020

Myrtle Beach Pelicans manager Steve Lerud always sits in the same seat on the team bus. First row, right of the aisle, kitty-corner from the driver. On most road trips last year, Lerud’s first on the job, his spot gave him a direct line to driver Terrance Timmons. Sometimes they’d

Friends, teammates mourn Adenhart

Talented Angels hurler made huge impact in Minor Leagues
@BensBiz
April 9, 2009

On Thursday morning, just hours after pitching six shutout innings against the Oakland Athletics, 22-year-old Angels hurler Nick Adenhart was killed in a hit-and-run automobile accident. This unspeakably tragic and senseless event has reverberated throughout the Minor Leagues on Opening Day. An all-encompassing occasion, usually looked upon as a time