Brainerd Bees Open Up Their New Season in Their New Home – Mills Stadium in Brainerd.
The Brainerd Bees will open their thirty third season at home in style as they enter into their first year partnering with the city of Brainerd to call Mills Stadium their new home. “We are excited to kick off the new season by joining forces with the City of Brainerd and its park board to utilize this fantastic facility,” said Brainerd Bees Coach, Tim Martin. The Bees, Amateur team, playing in the Class B league, have played in a variety of different venues over their long history in the community. This new venture with Brainerd Parks and Recreation allows them to make use of the stadium that has been the home of many amateur baseball teams over the years.
The Bees are made up of players ranging from the age of fifteen all the way up to fifty and beyond. Players come from all forms of backgrounds, from High school, college and just regular folks who want to continue to enjoy the game. The team plays all over central Minnesota and western Wisconsin, but now call Mills Stadium home.
“This really has been a thrilling offseason. People in this area love baseball, and we have dreamed of setting up shop in this venue for a while,” Martin continued. “We envision building upon the foundation we’ve set over the years and having a little fun with how we can create games that are exciting and entertaining for the whole family to enjoy.”
The Bees will host their first game of the season at home this Saturday at 1pm inside Mills Stadium. Information on the team and their schedule can be found at BrainerdBees.com