First season: 2003
Years in league: 2003
Ballpark: Simmons Field
Kenosha formerly was home to the Midwest League's Kenosha Twins from 1985-1992, but the most famous team to call Kenosha home was the Kenosha Comets of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League from 1943-51. Simmons Field, built in the early 1930s, became home to professional baseball once again with the arrival of the former DuBois County Dragons franchise after the 2002 season.
Although the Mammoths played well in 2003, they struggled at the gate, averaging just over 600 fans a game. In January, 2004 it was announced that the Mammoths would move to Ozark, MO, near Springfield, for the upcoming season.
Simmons Field in Kenosha, WI, home of the Kenosha Mammoths
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Major Award Winners: none
Mammoths Post-Season All-Stars: none
Players on FL Tenth Anniversary All-Star Team: none
Franchise Player: 1B Todd Leathers (2003) won the Mammoths' triple crown, posting a 15-77-.307 season.
Mammoths in the majors: none