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 Hold Off Henderson, 3-2

Bombers Hold Off Henderson, 3-2

The final regular season meeting between the Dubois County Bombers and Henderson Flash did not disappoint. Dubois County defeated the North Division-leading Henderson Flash 3-2 at League Stadium.

The game was scoreless until the bottom of the fifth. Bombers third baseman Mason Landers broke the tie when he singled to center field and drove in 2 runs. One batter later, Mason White hit another RBI single to make it 3-0 in favor of DC. The Bombers would not relinquish their 3-0 lead, holding on to win 3-2.

After Friday’s victory, the Bombers have a 25-16 record. Henderson does still, however, hold a 0.5 game lead in the division. Dubois County has 3 remaining games, 1 at home and 2 on the road. DC final 3 games are Madisonville, at Fulton, and at Muhlenberg.

DC’s final home game is tomorrow evening against the Madisonville Miners. These two clubs last played on July 21st, when the Miners won 8-3. Dubois County is 4-1 on the year against the Miners.

Tomorrow’s game against Madisonville is Fan Appreciation Night at League Stadium. The fans love the Bombers and the Bombers love the fans, so come show your support for the Bombers!

Box score

-Wyatt A. Oxley-

Bombers Sweep Double Header vs. Stallions

Bombers Sweep Double Header vs. Stallions

The Dubois County Bombers led 1-0 in the bottom of the 3rd inning Friday night against the Muhlenberg County Stallions when a monsoon passed through Huntingburg, postponing the game. Despite the postponement, the Bombers still had fun. Here’s a video of Ben Wilcoxson catching air!


The Bombers picked up where they left off Saturday afternoon with a double header. The first game started from the 3rd inning, while game 2 was only a 7 inning game.

The Bombers took game 1 from the Stallions 6-5. The game was a shootout between innings 4-6, with both teams scoring 5 runs between those innings. In the end, the Bombers prevailed. Jasper, IN native Carter Stamm recorded his fifth save of the season. Check out his game winning strikeout below!


The Bombers had struggled at the plate as of recent, but their struggles ended in game 2. DC’s offense exploded for 14 runs off 15 hits in game 2. The Bombers scored at least 2 runs in 5 of the 7 innings played and beat the Stallions 14-2.

Bombers catcher Tyler Kapust stole the show in game 2. Kapust, who was batting toward the bottom of the lineup, was 3-4 on the night with 7 RBI’s. He hit a double, a single, a sac fly, and topped it off with a grand slam in the bottom of the fifth. Have a day, TK.

The Bombers take on Full Count tonight, and take on the Muhlenberg County Stallions again on Tuesday evening to close out their lengthy home stand.

After last yesterday’s wins, the Bombers records sits at 23-13 with 8 games remaining. Dubois County still trails Henderson in the North Division.

Game 1 box score.

Game 2 box score.

-Wyatt A. Oxley-

Bombers Ready For Big Home Stand

Bombers Ready For Big Home Stand

Starting July 11th, the Dubois County Bombers had 7 home games in 10 days. Through the first 3 games of their home stand, the Bombers are 1-2. Unfortunately, Wednesday’s loss to Henderson was a tough one.

The Henderson Flash came into League Stadium trailing the Bombers by 1 game in the standings. The Flash won 6-3, and took the lead in the North Division standings. The Bombers struck first with one run, then the Flash responded with 3 runs in the top of the second. Two of the three runs scored in the top of the second were scored off errors while the other was scored by walking in a run.

The Bombers made it 3-2 after Tucker Schank scored on a pass ball. Henderson put the game away in the fifth when they scored a 2 RBI single and went up 5-2. Each team would score one more time, giving us a 6-3.

Dubois County did, however, bounce back against the Owensboro RiverDawgs. The Bombers trailed 5-3 in the top of the ninth, and rallied to a 6-5 victory. That was the last meeting of the season between Dubois County and Owensboro. The Bombers took five of six from Owensboro, including winning every road game.

The Bombers have four home games coming up. They play Muhlenberg County on Friday and Saturday, Full Count on Sunday, and Muhlenberg County again next Tuesday evening. DC looks to avenge the last two games against the Stallions, as well as the big July 4th loss to Full Count.

The Hagedorn Family Band will be at the first Muhlenberg County game on Friday, July 16th. Let’s hope the Bombers can carry the momentum from the Owensboro comeback win and rock the house!

Box score for Henderson.

Box score for Owensboro.

-Wyatt A. Oxley-