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The Official Site of the Great Lakes Loons Great Lakes Loons

The Great Lakes Loons are the High-A Minor League Baseball affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Founded in 2007, the club is a member of the 12-team Midwest League and won its first championship in 2016.

On January 12, 2006, a group of regional community leaders led by former Dow Chemical Company CEO William Stavropoulos, announce the formation of the Michigan Baseball Foundation to bring Minor League Baseball to the Great Lakes Bay Region. One week later, MBF signs a purchase agreement with the Southwest Michigan Devil Rays. Six months later the purchase is finalized, paving the way for the team to be relocated from Battle Creek to Midland, Mich. Over 50,000 tickets are purchased for the inaugural season on the first day of sales and the team plays in front of a capacity crowd of 5,454 for its first home game on April 13, 2007, against the Lansing Lugnuts.

Dow Diamond is home to the Great Lakes Loons. Constructed in just 367 days, the ballpark was designed by HOK Sport (now Populous) and built by the Three Rivers Corporation. In addition to hosting 70 Loons home games every season, the stadium has hosted over 1,000 special events including both the 2008 and 2017 MWL All-Star Games, major concerts, corporate events, formal dinners and receptions, and other functions.

After the 2017 season, the ballpark received its largest reinvestment since it opened with $3 million in improvements including the fifth-largest videoboard in the MiLB, two HD ribbon displays, and a remodel of the Lou E's Lookout playground area.

Office Hours:
Monday-Friday: 9AM-5PM
Saturday & Sunday: Closed (Non-game days)

Box Office Hours:
Monday-Friday: 9AM-5PM
Saturday & Sunday: Closed (Non-game days)
Tickets can be purchased anytime on

Phone: 989.837.BALL (2255)
Toll Free: 888.678.BALL (2255)

Dow Diamond
825 East Main Street
Midland, MI 48640

Front Office Staff


Senior Leadership

Game Information

No. of Games Broadcast: Home-66, Away-66

Station: ESPN 100.9-FM (WLUN)

Radio Broadcasters: Brad Tunney and Noah Wolf

PA Announcer: Jerry O'Donnell

On-Field Host: Eric Vandefifer

Official Scorers: Steve Robb & Jason Wirtz