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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The Great Lakes Loons (31-29) relied on 2-home runs in support of some stellar pitching to down the (36-24) South Bend Cubs (Chicago Cubs) 4-0 in front of 2,585 fans to take the first game of a 4-game home series at Dow Diamond tonight.

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Former Saginaw Arthur Hill H.S. standout Brian 'Tugs' Bowen Jr. shook up the college basketball recruiting landscape when he committed to the University of Louisville Saturday.

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The Great Lakes Loons (30-29) broke a 3-3 tie with 3-runs in the top of the twelfth inning before surrendering 2-runs in the bottom half of the twelfth to hang on for a 6-5 win, taking 2-games of a three game road series from the West Michigan Whitecaps (Detroit Tigers) at Fifth Third Ballpark in Comstock Park, MI tonight.

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Catcher Keibert Ruiz and pitcher Dustin May have been added to the eastern division roster where they will represent the Great Lakes Loons at the 2017 Midwest League All Star Game which will take place June, 19-20 at Dow Diamond in Midland, MI.

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Saginaw Spirit president and managing partner Craig Goslin, in conjunction with the Ontario Hockey League announced the schedule for the upcoming 2017-18 OHL season (the Spirit's 16th in Saginaw) in a press release this afternoon.

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The Great Lakes Loons (29-28) kicked off game-1 of a three-game road series with a 3-1 victory over the Midwest Leagues top team, the (38-19) West Michigan Whitecaps (Detroit Tigers) before a capacity crowd of 8,020 at Fifth Third Field in Grand Rapids, MI this afternoon.

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After losing 6-0 on Saturday, the Great Lakes Loons (28-28) managed to bounce back with an 11-0 thumping of the Bowling Green (KY.) Hot Rods (Tampa Bay Rays) in front of 2,949 fans at Dow Diamond this afternoon.

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Like many other Canadian kids growing up in South Windsor, Ontario, Detroit Tigers prospect Jake Robson once had dreams of wearing the Winged-Wheel sweater of his favorite NHL team from across the river, the Detroit Red Wings.

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An unfortunate error in the top half of the eighth inning led to a Great Lakes Loons 3-2 loss to the West Michigan Whitecaps (Detroit Tigers) in front of 2,861 fans at Dow Diamond tonight.

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The Saginaw Spirit's Ontario Hockey League west division rivals, the Windsor Spitfires, managed to preserve a 1-goal lead throughout the final 14-minutes and 53-seconds, defeating the Erie Otters 4-3 in the 99th annual Memorial Cup championship game in front of 6,519 fans at the WFCU Centre in downtown Windsor, ON Sunday evening.

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The Saginaw Spirit's No. 1 pick in the 2012 Ontario Hockey League priority selection draft, Jeremiah Addison, had a hat trick to lead the Windsor Spitfires to a 4-2 semi-final win over the Erie Otters in a semi-final game at the 99th annual Memorial Cup tournament at the WFCU Centre in Windsor, ON Thursday night.

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The Great Lakes Loons (24-24) improved to .500 for the 2017 Midwest League season after a 4-run surge in the sixth inning to defeat the Lansing Lugnuts (Toronto Blue Jays) 7-2 in front of a sizable crowd (6,811 fans) at Cooley Law School Stadium in downtown Lansing, MI tonight.

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The Great Lakes Loons (23-24) scored 5-runs in the seventh inning after a 3-run third; while adding single runs in the second, fourth, fifth and sixth innings respectively, cruising to a 12-8 dusting of the Lansing Lugnuts (Toronto Blue Jays) in front of 3,715 fans at Cooley Law School Stadium in Lansing, MI tonight.

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The Great Lakes Loons resumed last night's rain-delayed game with its second consecutive walk off home run, this one off the bat of Carlos Rincon, to beat the Dayton Dragons 2-1 in the bottom of the sixteenth inning at Dow Diamond this afternoon.

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Following his teams' seventh blown save of the season, former Oklahoma University quarterback Cody Thomas (7) blasted a heroic walk off home run, his seventh of the season, to give the Great Lakes Loons (21-23) a 5-4 victory over the Dayton Dragons (Cincinnati Reds) in extra innings at Dow Diamond tonight.

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