Marv Maiers is looking for a few
more guys to volunteer to pitch and field for participants at the Cam
& Joey Kolle Benefit from 4:30 to 6:30 July 31st. Please contact
Marv or Joe if you can make it.
Find out more
is still for sale. A group of local business people, including Joe
Scherrman, and sports professionals are developing a business plan. In
the mean time, the field remains open as usual. Remember to bring your
glove if you decide to show up and do a bit of dreaming yourself. If
you would like to be more informed about the Field of Dreams being for
sale please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
and ask to be put on the information list.
La Crosse Laughter
The Ghosts were honored to accept an
invitation from the La Crosse Loggers and the Heroes of the Diamond
organizations to perform their comedy routine on July 24, 2010 before
those two teams took the field for an exhibition game for the fans.
This event also reunited ghost player John Rotz with Chris Goodell,
General Manager of the La Crosse Loggers.
Joe Sherrman, Marv Maiers, Chris Goodell, John
Rotz and Keith Rahe
at the Loggers event.
Why Did You Get This?
At some point you have interacted with our website or have a connection
to Ghost Player - The Documentary, which is currently in a number of
film festival competitions as we seek a distributor. This is an
informal method to keep our Ghost Friends updated with news and share
special offers with you as the project nears completion. Please visit
our website for more detailed information and related content about the
project. Thank you.
All-Sports Film Festival Recap
Moviemakers, bobble head doll trophies and
Hank Lucas back in a Dodger Stadium-oh what a weekend it was!
Joe Scherrman and Hank jetted off to LA for the Second-annual, LA
All-Sports Film Festival that was held at Raleigh Studios in Hollywood.
DreamCatcher Productions hired, Dubuque-born/now Hollywood actor, Rob
Cunliffe to promote the film by wearing one of the Ghost Player
uniforms and passing out a few hundred copies of the lenticular
postcard with screening details on the back.
At the festival, Ghost Player took second place in the documentary
judging and may end up with a distribution deal.
The trip also included the Dodgers and Cubs, and a run-in with NCIS Los
Angeles. Read all about
Night: The Sequel
MA2 Jesse Trail, USN and Nick Vetter.
say a sequel is never as good as the first time, but Keith Rahe,
founder and manager of the Ghost Players, made sure everyone had a
The ghost's were back at Jenk Field at the Dyersville Commercial Club
Park as were the US Military All Stars' baseball team. The stands held
friends, family and fans from near and far -- all eager to celebrate
the brave, the loyal, and the free. Those Heroes of the Diamond are
truly heroes in our hearts.
If you weren't able to be there, find out what
Thank you to all of you
who have extended your best wishes and remembrances for William
Scherrman. He lived a long life and will be missed by those who knew
and loved him. He was a great supporter of the Ghost Players and of our
William P. Scherrman, 90.
was surprised when Keith Rahe, the guru of the Ghost Players, asked me
to throw out the first pitch at Patriot Night at the Ball Park. Keith
has a special part in his heart for his father, as I do for mine. When
I was walking out to the mound, I heard the announcers Coach Rima and
Matt Wagner (Harry Carey) give tribute to my father serving his
country. I was in tears and oh, so proud and thankful to Keith, his
family, and mine and to all the Ghost Players for giving me the time of
had a catch with my Dad at the Field of Dreams back in the 90s. Before
he died, he told me he was proud of the things the Ghost Players have
done and proud of me. It doesn't get any better than that."