La Crosse Loggers

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Team Bio[edit]

The La Crosse Loggers joined the Northwoods League in 2003. Based out of LaCrosse, WI the Loggers are a non-profit organization which has hosted some of the most talented collegiate athletes from throughout the United States and Canada which is dedicated and designed to provide minor league level competition for NCAA players that wish to continue on into professional baseball. The Loggers operate in the model a Minor League team: playing nightly before fans in stadiums which seat thousands, using wood bats and minor league specification equipment, and experiencing road trips between games. Like all other summer collegiate players, the Loggers are unpaid in order to maintain their NCAA eligibility, and live with host families in the same manner as Single A and Independent League players.

Destpite not having hosted a team since the 1940's the City of LaCrosse, WI has taken to the Loggers, and they have quickly become one of the most popular teams in the Northwoods League. Despite being one of the younger teams in the league, the Loggers have had several players who have gone on to professional careers.

  • All games are broadcast on:

The Eagle 102.7 FM

ESPN Radio 1290 AM

WKLJ 1290 AM


WWIS 99.7 FM


KWNO 1230 AM

KNEI 103.5 FM

Year-by-Year Record[edit]

Year Record Manager Playoffs
2003 27-36 Estevan Valencia
2004 34-30 Estevan Valencia 1st Round
2005 26-41 Adam Sadler
2006 34-34 Rick Boyer
2007 27-41 Rick Boyer
2008 39-29 Andy McKay
2009 41-27 Andy McKay Lost Final
2010 39-31 Andy McKay
2011 38-31 Andy McKay
2012 49-21 Andy McKay Champions
2013 43-27 Jason Nell
2014 33-39 Jason Nell
2015 40-30 Bill Sandillo 1st Round
2016 38-33 Brian Lewis
2017 31-40 Brian Lewis
2018 40-32 Brian Lewis
2019 37-35 Brian Lewis
2021 28-40 Brian Lewis

Loggers in Professional Baseball[edit]

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