Duluth Huskies

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Duluth Huskies
Team Logo
League Northwoods League (North Division)
Location Duluth, Minnesota
Ballpark Wade Stadium
Year founded 2003
League championships 0
Division championships 4 (Overall: 2004
Second-Half: 2004, 2006, 2007)
Former name(s) Duluth Huskies (2003-present)
Colors Navy Blue and Forest Green
Ownership Michael Rosenzweig and Andy Karon
Management Craig Smith (General Manager)
Topher Davis (Asst. General Manager)
Manager Daniel Hersey
Media Duluth News Tribune
Website duluthhuskies.com

The Duluth Huskies are an amateur baseball team playing in the Northwoods League, a collegiate summer baseball league. They have been operating in Duluth, Minnesota since 2003. The Huskies play home games at Wade Stadium in Duluth, which was built in 1941. The team plays 70 games throughout the summer, 35 home and 35 away. The team mascot is Harley D. Huskie. Huskies Games are broadcast on ESPN Radio 560 AM in Duluth and also webcast over the team website.

Huskies in Professional Baseball[edit]

As of the end of the 2007 season, 29 former Huskies had played affiliated professional. Joe Bisenius, who pitched for Duluth in 2003, became the first Huskies player to appear in the Major Leagues, when he pitched for the Philadelphia Phillies on April 5, 2007, against the Atlanta Braves.

The following is a list of all Huskies players to play professional affiliated baseball, as of the end of the 2007 season.

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