Starting tonight, July 12th, 2021, The Canyon County Spuds welcome the Western Nebraska Pioneers back to town for a four-game series. So it's time to take a look ahead at the Western Nebraska Series. The Pioneers were here a week ago, and the Spuds dropped two games to the Pioneers. But with the Spuds in the middle of a playoff hunt, the Spuds are hoping
The Canyon County Spuds now have an official podcast called Tater Talk. The podcast was created by the Voice of the Spuds, Dacota Haynes. He will be looking to bring podcast content multiple times a week, as well as writing multiple articles a week. The Spuds are halfway through their inaugural season, which made it the perfect time to bring out the podcast. Something that
The Canyon County Spuds have promoted Sean Walsh from Head Coach to General Manager. Sean will now manage the day-to-day operations, including team recruiting and development. As well as being in charge of special promotions and marketing. Sean will still be working in the office selling tickets, merch and helping customers in any way that he can. He has proven to be an unselfish leader.
“If you build it, they will come,” that is what the city of Caldwell heard in their dreams in 2015. Wolfe Field was created in honor of Duane Wolfe. It is the first baseball field in the state of Idaho that has an artificial turf infield. Since the construction of the stadium, Wolfe Field has become one of the premier venues to watch baseball in
The Canyon County Spuds will have collegiate players from all over. The team will play at Wolfe Field. If you don’t know where that’s at, it’s on the corner of Griffith’s Parkway and E Linden St. It is located down the street from McDonald's. But, fans can come from all over too. Whether you're looking to watch the team and have some fun or just
The Canyon County Spuds are just over two weeks away from making their Expedition League season debut. With that being said, its time to meet the head coach of the Spuds Sean Walsh. Sean played baseball himself. He was a Junior College player who also played at Midland University. From there, he graduated and helped out as a Student Assistant in 2020. He was also
A year ago we were not able to go and enjoy the beautiful sun in the Pacific Northwest, while attending a baseball game. Whether it be professional, minor league, college or high school. No fans were allowed to attend ball games. Now, a year later the Canyon County Spuds, who will be playing at Wolfe Field in Caldwell Idaho, will be playing in their inaugural
(Dacota Haynes/ Northwest Sports Desk) Hello Canyon County, My name is Dacota Haynes. I was born and raised in Longview, Washington. I grew to love sports by playing them myself and watching my brother (who had MLB potential) play. My Sophomore year of high school, my brother went down the wrong path and I had finished up my playing days, during my 15-year-old year at