Sports on the Airwaves in Bartlesville

Indians Baseball on the Brink of Another Successful Summer Season with John Pannell at the Helm”.

The Doenges Ford Indians are preparing for the start of another summer season with tryouts on May 16 in downtown Bartlesville. John Pannell, a former player for the team and the longest serving manager in its history, will be managing the team for the 83rd year. Last season, the Indians finished with a record of 15-17-1 and will be looking to return several key players to the roster this year.

Despite competition from travel baseball teams and larger cities, Pannell believes that playing for the Indians offers something special that can help young players grow. The tryouts will begin at 7:00 on May 16 at Bill Doenges Memorial Stadium, with the regular season starting over Memorial Day weekend at home. In addition to regular season games, the Indians will also have scheduled trips to Arkansas and participate in the Glen Winget Tournament at home.

KWON and will be providing coverage of Indian’s baseball throughout the summer for those unable to attend games in person. The team is excited about another successful season and is eagerly anticipating welcoming new talent at upcoming tryouts.

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