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WBEL (AM) Past play-by-play events include Rockford RiverHawks baseball, Rockford IceHogs hockey, "Rock River Raptors" football and Chicago Bulls basketball.
Rockford Aviators The Aviators franchise was relocated from Chillicothe, Ohio, where they were known as the Chillicothe Paints, to Rockford in time for the 2011 season after the former Rockford RiverHawks franchise moved to the Northern League in 2010 and folded following that season. The club operated as the RiverHawks for 2011 and 2012 before changing the name to Aviators.
Drew Rucinski Rucinski played college baseball at Ohio State University for the Ohio State Buckeyes from 2008 to 2011. He was signed by the Cleveland Indians as an undrafted free agent in 2011. In 2012 and 2013 he played for the Rockford RiverHawks / Aviators of the Frontier League. In August 2013 he signed a minor league deal with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
Scott Sobkowiak In 2003 and , Sobkowiak played in the independent Frontier League for the Rockford RiverHawks as a starting pitcher. In , he went 8-7 for the Somerset Patriots of the independent Atlantic League. From -, he played for the Atlantic League's Lancaster Barnstormers and went a combined 9-10.
Florence Freedom The Freedom franchise has won three Frontier League championships. However, these titles came when the team existed as the Erie Sailors (1994), Johnstown Steal (1995), and Johnstown Johnnies (2000). The franchise is currently tied with the Rockford RiverHawks (including years as Portsmouth and Springfield) for most total league championships, with three each.
Brad Dutton In 2006, he played for the Rockford RiverHawks in the independent Frontier League and hit .217/.269/.286. In the 2007 Claxton Shield, he was less impressive batting at a .292/.292/.333 clip for Queensland. He returned to Rockford for the summer and batted .288/.370/.384 in 83 games. This included a 20 steals in 26 attempts.
Strikeout Five strikeouts in one inning has never occurred in a regulation Major League Baseball game. It has occurred at least three times at the minor league level. Mike Schultz of the Lancaster JetHawks struck out five batters in one inning on July 16, 2004, and Garrett Bauer of the Rockford RiverHawks struck out five batters in one inning on July 1, 2008.
Golden Baseball League The United League and the Northern League agreed to join the GBL for the 2011 season in the formation of the new North American League. The Rockford RiverHawks, Schaumburg Flyers, Joliet Jackhammers, and Lake County Fielders plan on leaving the Northern League and join the GBL for 2011 with the new format. A potential fifth member of the Midwest Division could come from Omaha. United League teams joining the NAL include the Edinburg Roadrunners, Harlingen Whitewings and San Angelo Colts.
Mike Wood (baseball) In 2008, Wood played for the Yokohama BayStars in Japan's Nippon Professional Baseball. In January 2009, he signed a minor league contract with the Florida Marlins. In May 2009, the Marlins released Wood. On September 1, Wood signed a minor league contract with the Texas Rangers. He was granted free agency on November 9. He played for the Rockford RiverHawks in the Northern League in 2010.
Schaumburg Flyers July 7, 2010: Flyers sweep their series against the Rockford Riverhawks, winning both games of a double-header. Richard Mercado and Joe Nowicki smacked solo home runs for the Flyers in the first game, and Matt Elliott picked up the win in the 5-2 victory. In the second game, Ron Bourquin drew a game-winning bases-loaded walk in the eleventh inning to score Ruddy Yan and win 4-3.