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SOUTH BEND CUBS MEDIA DAY_8746

Seats are already sold and a few outfield lawn tickets remain for the 2015 season opener Thursday, April 9. So popular has the team become with its new ties to the Chicago Cubs that walk-up sales on some dates this spring and summer may not even be available.

 

Steve Krah

Posted on April 8, 2015 at 2:38 p.m.
Dick Nussbaum

Nussbaum, a former Notre Dame baseball player and South Bend attorney, has been legal counsel for the league since 1993. He also serves as league secretary. 

Steve Krah

Posted on April 5, 2015 at 4:11 p.m.
Stay in the box

There will be an adjustment period with no sanctions for players leaving the batter's box during spring training and during the month of April. After that, it's a $500 fine.

Steve Krah

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Steve Krah
Steve Krah
Baseball has been sports reporter Steve Krah's passion since childhood. In Season Tickets, there will be plenty of stories from the diamond, but that's not all. Look for stories about athletic happenings and personalties of all kinds.

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Reporter Steve Krah covers sports for the Elkhart Truth.


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Reporter Steve Krah covers sports for the Elkhart Truth.



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