Modern Woodmen Park

It's now official, there will be NO minor league baseball this summer. On Tuesday, Minor League Baseball blamed Major League Baseball, saying it decided not to send players to its minor league affiliates following its decision to suspend the agreement between the two organizations. 

National Weather Service

Following last year's record flooding, and the potential for more this year, the city of Davenport may buy some extra insurance. Wednesday night the city council will consider buying additional policies for Union Station, the Freight House, and Modern Woodmen Park.

River Bandits Introduce New GM

Oct 30, 2019
Zach Wilson, WVIK News

The Quad Cities River Bandits formally introduced their new leader on Wednesday at Modern Woodmen Park. Joe Kubly is taking over the reins as general manager of the team.

Juvenile Offenders: More Rehab or More Jail Beds?

Oct 3, 2019
Scott County

Scott County may more than double the size of its Juvenile Detention Center. So, on Saturday, the Juvenile Justice Coalition of the Quad Cities will host a community forum at Modern Woodmen Park on the issue. 

On Midwest Week, how the long spring flood affected the Quad Cities River Bandits and a look back at their mostly successful season.

River Bandits Win Charity Award

Sep 5, 2019
Zach Wilson, WVIK News

The Quad Cities River Bandits’ charitable work has not gone unnoticed. On Thursday at Modern Woodmen Park, Ballpark Digest honored the team with its award for “Best Commitment to Charity.”

City of Davenport

Davenport may spend nearly half a million dollars to restore just a part of its riverfront that was damaged by the long, long flood. Tuesday night, aldermen will discuss replacing the grass in LeClaire Park, between Modern Woodmen Park and the roller dam.

Modern Woodmen Park Gets Solar Panels

Jun 13, 2019

This week, the Quad Cities River Bandits announced solar panels have been placed on the roof of Modern Woodmen Park. It's the first municipally-owned building in Davenport that has a solar array on its rooftop. 

WVIK News

Three weeks after the season began, the Quad Cities River Bandits will finally get to play a game at home. Floodwater from the Mississippi River still surrounds Modern Woodmen Park in Davenport, but an elevated walkway has been built that will allow fans to cross the railroad tracks, and enter the ballpark.

Quad Cities River Bandits

The weather is just about right for baseball again, and River Bandits will open their new season in the Midwest League on Thursday, April 3rd. Unfortunately, they won't play in Davenport, as the Mississippi River continues to surround Modern Woodmen Park.

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