Mike Wheelock Obituary, Member Of Bowie Baysox Has Sadly Passed Away

Mike Wheelock Obituary, Death – Mike Wheelock, who had been an usher at Baysox games for more than two decades, passed away this morning. He had served in that capacity for more than two decades. We are going to feel a profound void in our lives without him. One of our all-time favorite things to do has been watching the Baysox games and keeping up with Bubba.

For the nearly twenty years that we were in his section, we thought of him as a friend. During that time, we were in his section. Today is a highly sad day that is full of unlucky occurrences. This is absolutely mind-blowing new information that has just come to light. That comes as a total and full surprise to everyone. I’m going to presume that you believe free spirits like Bubba will continue to exist till the end of time since that’s the position I’m going to take.

If he is not there, it will be very impossible to imagine that Prince George’s County Stadium and the Baysox will continue to exist in the future. There is not the slightest shadow of a shadow of a question in my mind that anyone who had the luxury of calling Bubba a friend would look back on his life with a plethora of treasured memories and anecdotes about the times they spent with him. You, Bubba, presently hold the record for having worked as an usher for the Baysox for the most number of years out of anyone else in history.