News & Events
2020 Season Cancelled
posted Mon June 22, 2020
The Douglas Dutchers have made the difficult decision to cancel our 2020 vintage base ball season due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. We hold the safety of our players and the public in the highest regard, even above America’s great pastime. We look forward to your continued support and seeing you out on the field in 2021.
Former Dutcher Remembered for Positive Attitude
posted Fri August 16, 2019
The Douglas Dutchers were saddened to hear of the passing of a former ballist, George “Speedy” Randall-Saldivar. Speedy was with the club for only a few short years but will always be remembered for his vibrant spirit, beaming smile, upbeat attitude, and of course his ability to run like the wind. His young life was cut short but he will always live on in the hearts of his fellow Dutcher teammates and friends. We know that he continues to run fast and free.
Commercial Record Celebrates 150 Years in Business!
posted Fri October 19, 2018
The Douglas Dutchers extend a hearty “Hurrah” to The Commercial Record newspaper as they celebrate 150 years in operation. The Commercial Record is Allegan County’s oldest newspaper in continuous publication (not counting two weeks off in 1886), through five different names and 20 different owners. The Village (now City) of Saugatuck was incorporated in 1868, the same year The Commercial Record was founded. The Dutchers hope they will be around for many more years to come!
2019 Dudleyville Vintage Base Ball Festival at Beery Field
posted Sun September 23, 2018
ATTENTION: READ ALL ABOUT IT. On the schedule for next season, the Douglas Dutchers will be hosting the Dudleyville Vintage Base Ball Festival at Beery Field on June 22 & 23, 2019. Come out and join us for two days of fun, food, and fellowship with many vintage base ball clubs. Mark your calendars!
Root Beer Barrel Restored
posted Tue August 28, 2018
The Barrel is back in business, serving up hot dogs and root beer. The Barrel had been a well known and loved landmark in the Saugatuck/Douglas area but had fallen into disrepair. The Root Beer Barrel had served suds from the mid-1950s through the 1970s.The stand is open weekends presently and is at Center and Ferry in Douglas.Next Page ⇒