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2018 Chico Heat Schedule Released
Download Full Schedule Here Chico, CA: November 10, 2017 The Great West League released its 2018 schedule today, as presented by league commissioner Ken Wilson. Each of the league’s six teams will play 60-games in a balanced schedule Moving into its third season, the league continues to evolve, and the 2018 season brings two new teams…. Read More
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Get your Tickets NOW to the 2017 Playoffs. Remember, one purchased playoff ticket gets you into EVERY home playoff game. Get them NOW before the best seats are gone! Click here and then scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the "Buy Now" button for the Playoffs vs Lincoln game. Go HEAT!
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Golden Valley Bank Is Helping Bring Back Baseball To Chico
Golden Valley Bank is the Official Title Sponsor of the Chico Heat. After sponsoring the Heat firework shows last year in the Inaugural Heat Season, Golden Valley Bank has partnered with us to make the 2017 Season even more spectacular!read more
GWL Attendance Grows Year Two
Extreme Heat Burns Chico
September 28, 2017, Chico, CA: Following a stellar inaugural season, Great West League overall attendance showed an increase in 2017. "We're extremely happy with how our infant league is growing," said GWL Commissioner Ken Wilson. "We had more fans attend our games this season than last."
Attendance in the recently completed regular season totaled 192,115, for an average of 1,076 per game. In 2016, the league drew 191,629 in 17 fewer dates. The 2017 post-season featured 8-games and drew 9,625, for an average of 1,203. "With a total attendance of 201,740, it's the first time we've passed 200,000," noted Wilson.