November 9th and 10th? Beware as that weekend is precisely 'When the gales of November come early'.
Hmm... you could go down to the harbor after the first game and look out for the lights of the Ghost of the Edmund Fitzgerald, as 43 years earlier on the night of November 9th, 1975 she was directly North of Marquette before turning down for Whitefish Bay. On the evening of November 10th, 1975 she foundered 100 miles east of Marquette, shortly after 7:00 pm
Good chance you'll see something as legend has it that she and her crew are doomed to repeat their ill-fated journey again and again for all eternity until the stolen Ship's Bell (which incidentally, is located at Whitefish Point in the Great Lakes Ship Wreck Museum.) is returned and they can finally rest at peace.*
The reason I'm aware of this though is that as a youngster in early September 1975 my family took a trip to the Soo locks. Having never really been anywhere up to that point in my young life, and never having seen a skyscraper or ship of any kind in person, it left quite an impression in general, but more specifically because 'Big Fitz' traversed the locks while I was there. I would have probably remembered her for a good while anyway because she was somewhat of a 'celebrity' ship, holding many, many speed and tonnage records on the Great Lakes. That, her immense size, and the fact that several of her crew came out on deck and interacted with the crowd as she was lifted in the lock only yards away from us, made her stand out far above all the rest. In my mind's eye I can still picture the fellas waving and laughing and talking with the crowd, just as I can still picture my Dad holding the paper with the headline: LAKER SINKS; 29 LOST over a picture of the mighty Fitz just two months later.
Here she is in the Soo locking down: Edit: Oops. Obviously copied the wrong pic, but I'll leave it as it's still the Soo locks. Instead here's an old video of her transiting the locks, which gives an impression of how close you are to the ship and crew there.
*TBH I'm pretty sure that's a legend I just made up two minutes ago.