Jason Marcoux


Jason Marcoux has been a sports writer and reporter for Review Magazine since 2001 after majoring in journalism at Central Michigan University. His first story for Review Magazine was a feature on local NBA basketball player Jason Richardson, who was playing his first NBA game at the Palace of Auburn Hills in the 2001-02 NBA season.

He has also covered High School football, basketball, Cross Country, Swimming, Baseball, and Hockey as a freelance journalist for The Saginaw News and Mlive.com.

Jason has been Review Magazine's lead beat writer for the Los Angeles Dodgers' single A affiliate the Great Lakes Loons of the Midwest League since the 2010 season. He covered the Loons' 2016 MWL Championship.

 

He has also been Review Magazine's lead beat writer for the Saginaw Spirit of the Ontario Hockey League since the 2009-10 season.

 

Jason was the lead beat writer covering the Continental Indoor Football League's Saginaw Sting from 2008 through the 2015 season. He would cover the Sting's back to back championships in 2011 (UIFL) and 2012 (CIFL).

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Saginaw Spirit GM Dave Drinkill announced today that longtime assistant coach John Kisil has accepted an NHL scouting position with the Toronto Maple Leafs.

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The new look Great Lakes Loons (51-51) got back to .500 with its fourth straight win after sweeping the Bowling Green Hot Rods in a double-header (2-1 in the first 7-inning game) while winning the second 7-inning game 1-0 at Dow Diamond tonight.

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The Great Lakes Loons won its third straight game, taking the first (7-inning game) of a double-header (2 seven inning games) with a 2-1 victory over the Bowling Green Hot Rods on a breezy but mild evening at Dow Diamond tonight.

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The Great Lakes Loons, along with Miller Lite Beer will be offering 20 lucky fans the opportunity to participate in a fantasy camp 7-inning baseball game on Aug 9, at Dow Diamond.

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Just 30 days before the start of the 2017-18 Saginaw Spirit training camp, GM Dave Drinkill announced today that head coach Spencer Carbery has decided to leave the team for an assistant coaching job in the American Hockey League.

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The Great Lakes Loons (49-51) only needed 1-run in the first and another in the second to win its second game of a three game series 2-1 over the Quad Cities River Bandits (Houston Astros) in a classic pitchers duel in front of 2,838 at Modern Woodmen Park in Davenport, IA this afternoon.

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The Great Lakes Loons got back on track with a 6-3 win over the Quad Cities (IA.) River Bandits (Houston Astros) at Modern Woodmen Park in Davenport, IA tonight.

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The Great Lakes Loons (47-51) gave up 5-runs in the seventh inning to blow a 3-1 lead, dropping the first game of a 3-game series in a 6-5 loss to the Quad Cities River Bandits (Houston Astros) at Modern Woodmen Park in Davenport, IA tonight.

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After taking the first two games of the series (3 straight wins overall) the Great Lakes Loons (47-50) dropped the final game of a 3-game series 7-4 to the Cedar Rapids (IA.) Kernels (Minnesota Twins) at Perfect Game Field tonight.

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After kicking off this road trip with an 8-3 win last night, the Great Lakes Loons (47-49) ran its win streak to three games with 15-total hits and some impressive pitching in a 10-0 victory over the Cedar Rapids (IA.) Kernels (Minnesota Twins) in front of 2,560 fans at Perfect Game Field in Cedar Rapids, Iowa tonight.

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The Great Lakes Loons (45-49) hit 2 home runs, backed by some great pitching to halt the longest losing streak in franchise history at 10 games with a 5-2 victory over the Beloit (WI.) Snappers (Oakland A's) at Dow Diamond this afternoon.

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The Great Lakes Loons (44-49) lost a franchise record tenth game in a row when it fell 7-1 to the Beloit (WI.) Snappers (Oakland A's) at Dow Diamond Sunday afternoon.

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Giving up 3-runs in the top half of the ninth inning, combined with only 3-total team hits was a recipe for the Great Lakes Loons' (44-48) ninth consecutive loss, falling 5-1 to the Beloit (WI.) Snappers (Oakland A's) in front of 5,229 fans at Dow Diamond tonight.

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The Great Lakes Loons (44-47) attempted a ninth inning comeback, but fell short, extending its longest losing streak of the season to eight games with a 5-3 loss to the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers (Milwaukee Brewers) at Dow Diamond tonight.

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The problems have hit 'crisis level' for the Great Lakes Loons (44-46) who dropped its seventh straight game following a 9-1 loss to a team with the worst record (35-54) in the entire Midwest League, the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers (Milwaukee Brewers) at Dow Diamond tonight.

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