Johnny Rosenblatt was a baseball player and politician in Omaha, NE after whom a popular baseball stadium was named.
Category: College World Series
Romancing The Blatt: Memoir of a Love Affair with Omaha’s Field of Dreams
Romancing The Blatt is a collection of real, heartwarming and humorous stories that any fan of Rosenblatt Stadium or the College World Series will enjoy. There’s plenty of historical accounts and moments of baseball glory, too.
Rosenblatt Stadium held 8 of 10 largest College World Series crowds in history
When talk of replacing Rosenblatt Stadium began in 2007, the need for more seating was routinely cited as justification for a new stadium. It would appear that the demand for more seating was overstated.
A comparison of Rosenblatt Stadium and TD Ameritrade Park by the numbers
by Paul FiarkoskiThe iconic Rosenblatt Stadium hosted the College World Series in Omaha from 1950 to 2010. In 2011, the … More
All that’s left of Rosenblatt Stadium
Family matters drew me back to Omaha for the Fourth of July holiday in 2017, so I paid a visit … More
Remembering Rosenblatt guru Steve Pivovar
Steve Pivovar was a sports writer for the Omaha World-Herald for 45 years. He was a loyal son of South Omaha and covered many sports at the World-Herald, but his passion was baseball.
Longing for the glory days of the College World Series
Those of us who were fortunate enough to experience the college world series at Rosenblatt stadium still remember, and long … More
They paved paradise and put up a parking lot
Drew Fann is a true fan of the Blatt. He snapped the picture above on a visit to Omaha in … More
Fan memories of Rosenblatt Stadium
The College World Series will always conjure up will always revive the nostalgia of Rosenblatt Stadium. But Rosenblatt was more … More
Rosenblatt Stadium’s most electrifying moment: the Matt Curry (TCU) grand slam of 2010
Let me start by acknowledging Warren Morris‘ walk-off homer to win the 1996 College World Series championship game for LSU … More