• Chasing the big league dream as an umpire

    Morton's Ryan Simmons is in his first year as a Midwest League ump. Just like the Peoria Chiefs players, Simmons is chasing his dream to some day call the big leagues his home.

  • Dann's the Man as Peoria Chiefs manager

    Dann Bilardello has taken over as the new Peoria Chiefs manager. Many of the current Chiefs played for Bilardello last year in Batavia.

  • Peoria Chiefs lose home opener

    Chiefs draw a huge crowd of 4,322 fans for their home opener. But Wisconsin spoils the night with a 5-4 win in 11 innings.

  • Peoria Chiefs adopt "The Cardinals Way"

    The Chiefs are a St. Louis Cardinals affiliate again...and that means they are doing things, "the Cardinals way."

  • Class A Chiefs have big league groundskeeper

    PEORIA, Ill. -- The Peoria Chiefs open their season Thursday night. While the players dream of making it to the big leagues someday the team's head groundskeeper already has.

  • D.A. Points wins Houston Open----thanks to Mom's putter!

    D.A. Points went old school to record his second PGA Tour win. Points turned to a putter his mom used decades ago to earn the Houston Open title.

  • Playoff Hunt

    Just a few weeks ago the Peoria Rivermen weren't even in the conversation to make the A-H-L playoffs. After a recent hot streak, the team has put themselves right back in the post-season conversation.

  • March Madness Memories- Shaun Livingston

    The NBA veteran remembers the night he hit the game-winning shot to give Peoria High the 2003 state title.

  • The Future of Minor League Sports

    Recent reports have declared impending doom for both the Rivermen and the Chiefs. So what exactly is the future of minor league sports in Peoria.

  • Hot Dog!

    It won't be long until baseball is here. That will mean trips to the ballpark and that means trips to the concession stand. The Peoria Chiefs are trying to make those visits more interesting.

Kauth & Meyer