Dubois County Bombers – Where Every Night is Throwback Night!

A summer collegiate baseball team, the Dubois County Bombers play in the Ohio Valley League, a wooden bat league consisting of 10 teams playing in Western Kentucky, Southern Indiana, & Middle Tennessee. Our players come from near & far to play. The Bombers play high-quality contemporary baseball in a throwback setting.

When you enter the gates of historic League Stadium in Huntingburg, IN, home of the Bombers, you may think you’ve stepped back into the golden age of the game. League Stadium was home to the Rockford Peaches in the hit movie A League of Their Own. The vintage signage, scoreboard, and atmosphere remain.

The Bombers play in vintage-inspired uniforms - pants are knickered, stirrups are worn. The crack of a wood bat against a baseball resounds through the stadium. You may hear Who’s on First over the audio. We even have our own Peaches at the games keeping everything in the stadium rolling, while our coaches and players keep it exciting on the field.

Bombers games are great sport and excellent entertainment. Bring your family and enjoy America’s favorite pastime at its best.

Bomber News

Bombers Announce 2021 Roster

Bombers Announce 2021 Roster

Head coach Travis LaMar welcomes thirty players from 16 different colleges and 6 different states – Indiana, Kentucky, Illinois, Tennessee, Florida and California.  Notable that this year’s roster includes seven college players who attended three local high schools.  Four players hailing from Southridge are returning Bomber, Tucker Schank (Indiana University), Conner Oxley (Oakland City University), Weston Allen (Asbury College) and Chase Taylor (University of Evansville).  Jasper graduates are Jared Sermersheim (West Virginia Tech) who was on the 2020 roster and Carter Stamm (University of Southern Indiana), while Simon Scherry (University of Evansville) is a graduate of Heritage Hills.   Click here for the complete roster.

Ten teams now make up the Ohio Valley League, spanning across Southwestern Indiana, Western Kentucky & Northern Tennessee.  The Bombers will play 44 regular season games, 24 of those being home games, followed by the OVL Playoffs.

The Dubois County Bombers return for the 2021 season after a one-year hiatus.  The home portion of the schedule kicks off on Friday, June 4th at historic League Stadium in Huntingburg. The 2021 schedule can be found here.

Bombers Season Tickets, Group Outings, Sponsorships & Advertising opportunities are available by emailing dcbombers@psci.net. 


2021 Bombers Coaching Staff Announced

2021 Bombers Coaching Staff Announced

The Dubois County Bombers organization is looking forward to the 2021 season with an experienced staff of coaches who all played for the Bombers during their collegiate careers. Willie Poe and Bryce Wilz will be back in their Bombers stirrups as Assistant Coaches working with Bombers Head Coach Travis LaMar this summer.

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2020 Season Cancelled

2020 Season Cancelled

The Dubois County Bombers organization sadly announces that the Ohio Valley League has cancelled the 2020 season due to COVID-19.

The statement from the OVL is as follows: 4/25/20 OHIO VALLEY LEAGUE PRESS RELEASE: The Ohio Valley League ownership group met this morning. After much discussion and exploring multiple options to try to play some version of a season this summer, the Ohio Valley League sadly announces the cancellation of the 2020 season. Concerns for everyone’s safety, limitations placed on us by multiple agencies, and the unpredictability of changing conditions led us to ultimately forfeit the 2020 season. We want to thank all our fans, sponsors, players, and staff for their past support. We look forward to roaring back for the 2021 season even stronger.  
Respectfully, John M. Bruce, President

We were looking very forward to the 2020 season with an impressive slate of players coming in from as far as Hawaii and as near as next door. Please take the time to review our 2020 Roster. These players deserve their recognition as Bombers.

While we acknowledge that perhaps there is crying in baseball in 2020, the 2021 season will be our focus from now until that Opening Day. The Bombers will be back.

Stay well, friends. We will miss seeing everyone at League Stadium this summer.