Schaumburg Boomers Owner Discusses First Season

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Pat Salvi, the owner of the Gary-Southshore RailCats (American Association) and the Schaumburg Boomers (Frontier League), was interviewed in a recent article about the team’s first season.  The Boomers replaced the previous tenant, the Schaumburg Flyers (Northern League), who last played in the stadium in 2010.  The village of Schaumburg was without pro baseball for the 2011 season.

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The city’s mayor, city manager, and multiple local fans were quoted in the article as well about the current team as well as comparing the Boomers’ experience versus that of the Flyers.  The article also mentions the lack of stadium naming rights sponsor as being one of the objectives to address in the upcoming season.


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  1. Pat Salvi seems to be getting more than a few mentions in articles about Indy baseball. Sounds like he is one of those owners committed to making Indy ball work. Good to hear he is doing well. On a side note his class in PI law was one of the quickest to fill at ND law.

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