• It is probably time to let the baseball coach retire

    It is probably time to let the baseball coach retire0

    Jeff LeProwse has been trying to retire as the head coach of the Butte Miners for a few years now. He even advertised the job opening so anybody in the world could apply. Every year, though, the only suitable candidate to replace LeProwse has turned out to be LeProwse. So, each year when April rolls

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  • Tommyknockers players sound off on halted season

    Tommyknockers players sound off on halted season2

    By Bill Foley A dark cloud of imminent rain hung above 3 Legends Stadium early Sunday evening as a handful of Mining City Tommyknockers fans, young and old, showed up to watch their beloved team play the Badlands Big Sticks. There would be no game on this night, however. The team’s inaugural season had been

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  • Big Sticks slip past Tommyknockers in 10

    Big Sticks slip past Tommyknockers in 100

    The Badlands Big Sticks pulled out a 9-8 victory over the Mining City Tommyknockers in 10 innings Saturday night at 3 Legends Stadium. (Boxscore) Carson Lundmark hit a sacrifice fly to score automatic runner Anthony Garrett with the winning run in the top of the 10th inning. The Knockers’ automatic runner was left stranded at

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  • Tommyknockers take lead in playoff push with win

    Tommyknockers take lead in playoff push with win0

    Game 1 of a critical weekend series at 3 Legends Stadium went to the home team. The Mining City Tommyknockers doubled up the Badlands Big Sticks for a 6-3 Expedition League victory on Miners Field. (Boxscore) The win was the third straight over the Sticks, and it gave the Knockers a one-game edge in the

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  • Anaconda’s Thomas Allison ready to go bare knuckle

    Anaconda’s Thomas Allison ready to go bare knuckle0

    Bout is part of Butte’s Brawls and Kickstart Days By Bill Foley When Thomas Allison gets in the ring for a bare-knuckle brawl Friday night at the Butte Depot, the Anaconda fighter will be trying something new. Well, kind of. “I have not,” Allison said when if he ever fought in a bare-knuckle fight. Then,

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  • Grizzly football moving to Butte’s KOPR 94

    Grizzly football moving to Butte’s KOPR 940

    By Bill Foley Montana Grizzly football will have a bigger presence in the Mining City this fall. Grizzly games will be broadcast on Butte’s KOPR 94, Montana communications director Eric Tabor and Butte Broadcasting owner Ron Davis confirmed to Butte Sports on Tuesday. “That’s exciting,” Tabor said of the Grizzlies entering the Butte market. “I

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