"Fathers, sons, and superheroes filled C.O. Brown on Sunday night as the Bombers took on the La Crosse Loggers. It was Superhero Night at the ballpark, and the Battle Creek Bombers showed off some of their skills as they defeated the Loggers, 5-4, for their second victory in as many nights." (Battle Creek Enquirer)

"Heavy rain arrived in the bottom of the ninth inning at C.O. Brown Stadium on Monday, ending any chance of a Battle Creek Bombers comeback. The Madison Mallards defeated Battle Creek 6-1 in a rain-shortened game in front of 794 fans." (Battle Creek Enquirer)

"KALAMAZOO, MI – A rain-shortened four inning day at the ballpark led to a two-day first game for Kalamazoo against the Wisconsin Rapids River Rafters, which it lost 5-0, and a seven inning second, which the Growlers won 1-0." (Growlers' website)

"The Battle Creek Bombers split a doubleheader with the Waterloo Bucks on Sunday with each team winning a 1-0 game." (Battle Creek Enquirer)

KALAMAZOO, MI – It takes a single look at the Northwoods League standings to see that the Kalamazoo Growlers are not off to a stellar start in 2015. A team that begins the season 4-12 needs a win to switch the momentum, badly. A win where your team is trailing 11-1 in the bottom of the ninth, only to score 11 runs of your own to win 12-11? No, that sounds like nonsense. That would be the largest comeback in Northwoods League history. (Growlers' website)