The Canyon County Spuds are a circus-like collegiate summer baseball team who play home games at Historic Wolfe Field in Caldwell, Idaho!

This is the most FUN you will EVER have at a baseball game!

Known to have outrageous entertainment like dancing players, blindfolded pillow fights, dunk an intern, and ATV-riding mascots, Spuds fans will see non-stop excitement in the summer of 2021.

The Canyon County SpudsTeams play a 64-game season beginning in late May through mid-August. The league hosts a mid-season All-Star Game and an end of season playoff to crown a champion. The league’s inaugural season of 2018 featured 8 teams.

Baseball is truly America’s pastime and is all about fun, affordable, memorable family entertainment. Our games provide enjoyment for the entire family in a dynamic ballpark atmosphere. Our games are loaded with unique between inning activities and entertainment in a fan-focused, interactive environment. League affiliated teams provide hands-on activities for kids and offer an incredible entertainment value with high quality, creative and unique food, and drink options. Party decks are a great venue for group outings and other special events where fans can experience a relaxed, laid back, social atmosphere with friends and co-workers.

Our league emulates minor league baseball with players using wood bats and playing 64 games in a 75-day season in front of large crowds in some of the finest ballparks in North America. League players are top tier collegiate baseball players from across the country who gain exposure to professional scouts. The players stay with host families from the local communities. Host families are a very integral part of the league, and these host family relationships provide a lifetime of memories for both the host families and the players.

League affiliated teams are involved in various non-profits and community fund raising activities. Our League players are positive role models in the community, making public appearances and participating in baseball clinics for the youth in their community.

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