Articles from 2010
The young ones were out in force to celebrate our final Cold Stone Creamery Kids Club night at David Story Field.
Cowlitz Black Bears pitcher Jeff Gold of Oregon tossed a complete game versus Bend this past Saturday night at Vince Genna Stadium.
In front of a crowd of 2,123 Elks fans at Vince Genna Stadium, the Cowlitz Black Bears defeated Bend 6-5 to sweep the three-game series on Sunday evening.
The Cowlitz Black Bears continue to roll as they defeated the Bend Elks 6-1 on Saturday at Vince Genna Stadium.
Down 4-2 going into the fifth, the Cowlitz Black Bears scored at least one in all of the final five innings to take the 10-5 victory over the Bend Elks Friday night.
Corby and a couple of players spent some time at a Longview Parks and Recreation Adventure Camp on Thursday.
Fans in attendance for KBAM 1270’s Country Music Night saw a 7-1 Black Bears victory over the Wenatchee Applesox on Thursday night.
It's our second to last Thirsty Thursday, so join us at David Story Field for baseball and $2 beers!
Tonight is our second to last Family Night. It's also Union Night, so come on out to David Story Field and support your local unions.
The Wenatchee Applesox scored in all but three innings to take the 9-4 West Coast League victory over the Cowlitz Black Bears in front of 1,222 fans on Tuesday night.
Kitsap evened up the season series at 3-3 after defeating Cowlitz 9-2 at the Kitsap Fair Grounds on Monday night.
The Cowlitz Black Bears host the Wenatchee Applesox for three games this week.
Jeff Gold tossed a two-hit complete game and allowed just one run, but the Cowlitz Black Bears fell 1-0 to the Kitsap Blue Jackets on Sunday evening in a very quick one hour and 48 minute game.
A bases loaded two-out single from third baseman Stefan Sabol gave the Bears the 5-4 win at David Story Field on Saturday night.
In their sixth extra-inning game of the season, the Black Bears fell 4-3 to the Kelowna Falcons at David Story Field on Friday.
The Cowlitz Black Bears are set to host the first ever Gallery of Diamonds ‘Diamond Dig’ at David Story Field on Saturday, July 24.
After the Black Bears tied it at 1-1 in the second, the visiting Kelowna Falcons scored nine runs to take the 10-1 victory at David Story Field.
The Cowlitz Black Bears return home on Thursday to host the Kelowna Falcons for a three-game set at David Story Field.
In the longest game of the short history of the Black Bears, Cowlitz fell to Corvallis 5-4 in 16 innings at Goss Stadium on Wednesday night.
A five run first for the Corvallis Knights put the game away as the Cowlitz Black Bears fall 7-2 in West Coast League action at Goss Stadium on Tuesday night.
A cheap hidden ball trick from the Corvallis Knights cost Cowlitz the chance to tie the game in the ninth, and the Bears fell to the Knights 5-3 on Monday.
Join us this weekend for some great games and promotional nights when the Black Bears host the Kelowna Falcons.
The Cowlitz Black Bears won their second straight West Coast League series with a 6-4 victory over the Kitsap Blue Jackets at David Story Field on Saturday night.
It took 14 innings and just over four hours for the Kitsap Blue Jackets to earn the 5-4 win over the Cowlitz Black Bears on Friday night.
A bases loaded ground out by Braxton Miller scored Jamison Rowe to give the Bears the 6-5 victory at David Story Field on Thursday.
The Cowlitz Black Bears return home on a high note after taking a 2-0 shutout victory over the Bellingham Bells at Joe Martin Field on Wednesday afternoon.
Klamath Falls, Oregon will join the West Coast League for the 2011 season, becoming the 10th active franchise.
Tied at 5-5 going into the ninth, Cowlitz scored on a single from Ryan Sheeks and held Bellingham in the bottom half to take the 6-5 victory at Joe Martin Field on Tuesday night.
The Cowlitz Black Bears jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the fourth, but a four-run fifth gave the Bellingham Bells the 4-3 West Coast League victory at Joe Martin Field on Monday evening.
The Cowlitz Black Bears fell to the Kelowna Falcons 6-0 at Elks Stadium on Sunday evening. The loss is the sixth straight for Cowlitz.
Cowlitz fought back from a 9-0 deficit in the second, but couldn’t come all the way back as the Black Bears fell to the Kelowna Falcons 11-7 in West Coast League action at Elks Stadium on Saturday.
The Cowlitz Black Bears fell to the Kelowna Falcons 3-1 in West Coast League play on Friday night at Elks Stadium. The loss is the fourth straight for Cowlitz.
The game on Wednesday ended much the same as it did on Tuesday, with the Cowlitz Black Bears dropping a 10-5 decision to the Moses Lake Pirates at David Story Field.
In his first at bat as a Cowlitz Black Bear, first baseman Stefan Sabol announced his arrival with a blast to left center in the bottom of the first.
A monster shot to left by Peirce Bily in the fifth, brought the Cowlitz Black Bears to within one, 2-1, but an RBI double in the seventh gave the Moses Lake Pirates the 3-1 West Coast League victory at David Story Field on Monday evening.
The Cowlitz Black Bears (8-12-1, 5-11 WCL) bounced back from a 2-0 deficit to take a 5-3 West Coast League win over the Kitsap Blue Jackets (11-9 WCL) on Sunday night at the Kitsap Fairgrounds and Special Events Center.
After taking a promising 3-0 lead in the first two innings, the Cowlitz Black Bears (7-12-1) fell to West Coast League foe Corvallis Knights 10-5 at David Story Field on Friday night.
On ‘Guaranteed Win Night’, the Cowlitz Black Bears (7-11) ended a seven-game skid with a 17-4 bashing of the Portland Lobos at David Story Field on Wednesday evening.
The Cowlitz Black Bears tied the ballgame at 4-4 in the bottom of the seventh, but couldn’t hold on as the Portland Bucks scored one in the 10 th to take the 5-4 non-league game at David Story Field on Tuesday evening
The Cowlitz Black Bears out hit the visiting Bend Elks 13-12, but the Bears (4-10) left 13 on base as they fell to the Elks 9-4 on Sunday evening in West Coast League action at David Story Field.
The Black Bears will host two sessions of youth baseball camp at Story Field starting tomorrow, June 28 at 9 a.m.
A rough third inning for Cowlitz Black Bears(4-9) starter Jeff Gold (Oregon, Fr.) gave the visiting Bend Elks (12-4) all they would need for a 7-2 West Coast League victory at David Story Field on Saturday night.
The Cowlitz Black Bears tied the ballgame at 3-3 in the fifth, but a big five run ninth gave the visiting Bend Elks the 8-3 West Coast League win at David Story Field on Friday night.
The Cowlitz Black Bears will start a three-game series against the Bend Elks at 6: 35 p.m. Friday, June 25 that will continue through Sunday.
In another first of the inaugural season, the Cowlitz Black Bears lost a three-game series by losing to the Wenatchee AppleSox, 4-0, on Wednesday night in Wenatchee.
On Tuesday night, the Cowlitz Black Bears lost to the Wenatchee AppleSox by nine runs, 11-2, in Wenatchee.
In their first game against the defending WCL champions, the Cowltiz Black Bears lost to the Wenatchee AppleSox, 9-2, in Wenatchee on Monday night.
After a postponed game Saturday night, the Cowlitz Black Bears came back on Sunday to win both games of a doubleheader against the Walla Walla Sweets, 5-3 and 9-2, in seven innings.
With a 5-0 win over the Bellingham Bells at Story Field last night, the Cowlitz Black Bears won the three-game series.
The Black Bears earned their first win of the regular season over Bellingham, 7-2, tonight at Story Field.
The Cowlitz Black Bears will face the Bellingham Bells for game 2 of a three-game series at 6:35 p.m. tonight at Story Field in Longview.
In between taking the tarp on and off the field for rain delays, the Cowlitz Black Bears lost to the Bellingham Bells, 5-4.
The Cowlitz Black Bears begin a three-game home series tonight against the Bellingham Bells.
Black Bears outfielder Tillman Pugh has signed a contract with the New York Mets.
In a turn of events from the games the past two nights, the Cowlitz Black Bears beat the Portland Lobos, 11-0, at Story Field tonight.
The Black Bears will host the Portland Stars in a non-league contest tonight at 5:05 p.m. at Story Field in Longview.
In their second league game of the inaugural season, the Cowlitz Black Bears lost to the Corvallis Knights, 8-3, at Story Field.
The Cowlitz Black Bears take on the Corvallis Knights again tonight at 6:35 p.m. at Story Field in Longview.
In front of 817 fans at their league opener, the Cowlitz Black Bears lost to the Corvallis Knights, 5-2, at Story Field.
The Cowlitz Black Bears begin a three-night home-stand tonight.
The Black Bears have officially named Longview Orthopedic Associates (LOA) as the team doctor.
Under clear skies at David Story Field tonight, the Cowlitz Black Bears beat the Portland Dukes, 5-0
With all the improvements and changes at Story Field, fans may need a guide to getting settled in their seats for the Black Bears Opening Night this Friday.
The Booster Club is actively seeking members for various club activities, which include assisting Black Bears players and host families.
Fans can now purchase tickets for any of the Cowlitz Black Bears 30 home games at the new Story Field.
The Coldstone Creamery Kids Club gives youngsters a true tie to the team, along with all sorts of goodies.
The Black Bears released their 2010 promotional schedule, and it’s packed with two fireworks displays, seven giveaway nights, the antics of Spitball Gang, and a variety of great bargain nights.
We’re very pleased to have our games on KEDO,” said Black Bears general manager Grant Wilson. “And, to land a play-by-play voice with the experience that Ric King has in the market is a real plus for us.”
“We want fans to fully experience the intimacy of the new Story Field, and have increased access to great food, cold beverages, restrooms, and the interaction that’s such a big part of professional style minor league baseball.”
The Black Bears are hosting a jobs fair this Saturday, May 22 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Black Bears office at 755 Vandercook Way, 2nd Floor (just off Washington Way), in order to hire the team staff that will work at home games this summer.
This is your team. Says it right there in the name: C-O-W-L-I-T-Z.
Are you up to date on what this whole Black Bears thing is? Are you still unsure why this team is here or why you should be excited?
Baseball is in full swing, from youth leagues to the professionals, and on June 4th the Cowlitz Black Bears baseball team of the West Coast League will begin a new era in our region, bringing a “brand” of baseball bursting with entertainment on and off the field.
Bob's Sporting Goods and the Black Bears partner to bring excitement to the New Story Field.
Send pxp sample and resume to: Grant Wilson, Cowlitz Black Bears, PO Box 1255, Longview, WA 98632.
“I’m really excited about the opportunity the team is giving me,” said Pugh. “I promise I’ll work hard and won’t disappoint.”
The Black Bears have put together a package that will have everybody in town talking about your birthday.
Showing their dedication to the community, the Cowlitz Black Bears have partnered with 30 Non-Profit Organizations in Southwest Washington. For each home game of the season, one organization will be acknowledged as the Headline Awareness.
For baseball fans wondering how good your Cowlitz Black Bears will look on the diamond this season, the three-part answer was on display Wednesday at the Red Lion Hotel.
Host a Black Bear player this summer and receive two full season ticket packages.
Todd Naskedov is the newest member of the Cowlitz Black Bears coaching staff for the inaugural 2010 season.
The Cowlitz Black Bears will host the WCL Portland All-Stars at David Story Field on Monday night.
The Black Bears play three at Bend before returning home for the final four home games of the 2010 season.
Hey Cougs! Come on out to David Story Field and join your fellow WSU Alumni on the Party Deck for tonight's Bear's game against Kitsap.
The Cowlitz Black Bears host the Kitsap Blue Jackets tonight in the second game of this three-game series at David Story Field. First pitch is scheduled for 6:35 PM.
The Black Bears will play a double header against the Walla Walla Sweets at 2:05 p.m. Sunday in Walla Walla.
To start the third weekend of their season, the Cowlitz Black Bears dropped their first road game to the Walla Walla Sweets, 6-7, in 11 innings at Boleske Stadium in Walla Walla tonight.
Sign your team up to experience a once in a lifetime opportunity
Join the Black Bears players on the field for the singing of the National Anthem and a private party during the game.
Call today before all 30 games are taken...360-577-5698
“We are extremely excited to have Logan play for us this summer,” said Black Bears coach Bryson LeBlanc. "Logan is a hard-nosed defensive- minded infielder, who plays the game the way it was intended.”
Now hiring Interns for the 2010 inaugural season! If you have ever considered working in professional sports then the Cowlitz BLack Bears are your step to the next level. Join our experienced staff today by following this link!
A Kelso High School graduate who has found success coaching baseball at the prep and college levels will return home this summer to serve as an assistant for the Cowlitz Black Bears collegiate wood-bat team in the West Coast League.
A pair of Lower Columbia College sophomore pitchers are among the latest collegiate players signing on to join the Cowlitz Black Bears team in June.
University of Washington pitcher Matt Gorman is among three players who recently agreed to play for the Cowlitz Black Bears of the Western Baseball League beginning in June.