Johnny Rosenblatt was a baseball player and politician in Omaha, NE after whom a popular baseball stadium was named.
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.
Rosenblatt Stadium: The baseball icon is gone
Aug. 22, 2012 – A peculiar noise disrupted the morning air for residents of the fabled South Omaha neighborhood that … 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
It’s over, folks. Rosenblatt Stadium is no longer here.
Nearly two years have passed since the last baseball game at Rosenblatt Stadium. Yet when I browse the web in … More
Remembering the fireworks at Rosenblatt Stadium
Most people think of the College World Series when they think of Rosenblatt, but it was once the spot for … More
Rosenblatt Stadium: fan memories reflect the pain of loss
Memories of Rosenblatt Stadium some fans have shared on the Rosenblatt Stadium fan page on Facebook: Last year (2009) was the … More
Rosenblatt Stadium legend: Chopper the ball shagger
Rosenblatt legends come in all shapes and sizes. Some were athletes, others were groundskeepers or announcers. One legend was a … More
Dads made memories special at Rosenblatt Stadium
Fathers Day and Rosenblatt go together like peanut butter and jelly, especially considering one or more College World Series … More
What happened to Rosenblatt Stadium?
Every day more people are asking, “What happened to Rosenblatt Stadium“? In this blog I will answer that question and … More