The 2010 schedule for the Midwest League is out and available on the league’s official site. You can find it by clicking here, it’s a Microsoft Excel document that is under the “Schedule” tab.
The addition of Lake County and Bowling Green to the league means that the scheduling changes a bit. Those two teams are in the Eastern Division so there will be 8 teams in each half of the league.
The schedule is unbalanced, for instance Cedar Rapids will play three games at Bowling Green, but will not host the Hot Rods. The Kernels will also host Lake County for three games, but won’t play at the home of the Captains.
Time to start planning for Season 2 of “Ballparks of the Midwest!” 🙂