Category Archives: CornBelters

MY FIRST TIME AS CAPTAIN CORNELIUS

Before I started my internship here at IL Corn this summer, I was informed that I would have to dress up as Captain Cornelius at several events this summer. While I did not look forward to sweating profusely in a … Continue reading

Posted in Agriculture, CornBelters, Education, General | Leave a comment

FRIDAY FARM PHOTO: CORNBELTERS OPENING DAY

    It’s Opening Day at the Corn Crib and we’re ready for another fun Cornbelters season! Go to www.normalbaseball.com for information about tickets, merchandise and promotions happening throughout the season.

Posted in CornBelters, Friday Farm Photo, General | Leave a comment

CORNBELTERS SCHEDULE

Normal CornBelters Baseball season is in full swing! Checking out a minors baseball game is a great family activity. There is always something fun planned, below is a list of some upcoming events going on at the CornCrib. To see … Continue reading

Posted in CornBelters | Leave a comment

PLAY BALL!

It is that time of year again! The Normal CornBelters had their season home opener on Tuesday, May 19th. The final score was 9-2 with a victory for the CornBelters. If you are ever in the area, be sure to … Continue reading

Posted in CornBelters | Leave a comment

CORN PLANTING AND OPENING DAY!

Today’s the day!  We’re getting the corn planted at the Corn Crib so that our fans can see some sprouts for Opening Day!  

Posted in CornBelters, Friday Farm Photo | Leave a comment

FIVE THINGS NOT TO MISS THIS SUMMER AT THE CORN CRIB

The CornBelters fifth anniversary season is going in full swing now. The corn is growing strong and starting to fill the empty fields at the same time the fans are filling the empty stadium to watch the CornBelters play ball! This … Continue reading

Posted in CornBelters | Leave a comment

CORNBELTERS OPENING NIGHT, FRIDAY MARCH 16

There is a lot going on at the Corn Crib and around town surrounding the Normal CornBelters presented by Illinois Corn Growers. There are a lot of new additions in the stadium and to the players’ roster this season. There … Continue reading

Posted in CornBelters | Leave a comment