Rockford RiverHawks

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  • League titles: 3 (1996, 1998, 2004)
  • Division titles: 4 (1996, 1998, 2004, 2006) 

The Rockford RiverHawks are a professional baseball team based in the Rockford, Illinois suburb of Loves Park, in the United States. Currently, the RiverHawks are a member of the Northern League, but are expected to move to the Golden Baseball League in 2011. [1] From the 2002 season to 2005, the RiverHawks' home field was Marinelli Field in Rockford, Illinois. In 2006, the RiverHawks moved into their new home, Road Ranger Stadium, located in Loves Park, Illinois.



The RiverHawks franchise was relocated from Springfield, Illinois, where they were known as the Springfield Capitals, to Rockford in time for the 2002 season. However, the RiverHawks originated in Portsmouth, Ohio as the Portsmouth Explorers.

The Rockford RiverHawks (including years as Portsmouth and Springfield) are currently tied with the Florence Freedom (including years as Erie and Johnstown) for the most league championships with three each.


Current roster


  • -- United States Manuel Basilio
  • -- United States Jamie Degidio
  • 19 United States Brett Durand
  • -- United States Justin Knoff
  • -- United States Roger Lincoln
  • 29 United States Tyler Pearson
  • -- United States Scott Roehl
  • -- United States Adam Rowe
  • -- United States Kyle Ruwe
  • -- United States Alex Thieroff
  • -- United States Brandon Todd
  • -- United States Michael Wood
  • 30 United States Kyle Wright

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