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Crushers start second half with 3-2 road win

The Lake Erie Crushers picked right back up where they left off before the all star break with a 3-2 road victory over first place Gateway on Friday.Tied up at 1-1 in the top of the ninth, the Crushers got clutch at-bats by Max Casper and Seth Granger to grab a 3-1 lead as the pitching held on for dear life."We got some key hitting with that double by [Emmanuel] Quiles, a big...
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July 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Crushers hold on for 4-3 win

The Crushers’ Tuesday night opponent was Normal. The first at-bat in the top of the ninth was anything but. CornBelters shortstop Patrick McKenna hit a routine fly ball to straight-away center, but Kevin Berard couldn’t find it and threw his arms up in disbelief as it landed well behind him, all the way back at the warning track. Despite this bizarre happening, the Crushers...
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June 18, 2013  |  Discuss

Crushers offense falls silent in 6-1 loss

Lake Erie's offense was shut down by Washington Sunday as the Crushers (9-12) could not complete the sweep, losing 6-1.Winners of three out of its last four games, the common denominator for Lake Erie's success was strong pitching mixing with solid run support. But Sunday, neither was the case.Pitching was a debacle for the Crushers as Devyn Rivera in his first start of...
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June 10, 2013  |  Discuss

Lake Erie’s Dale Dickerson gets a second chance at the game he loves

Digital marketing. Last fall Dale Dickerson exchanged his cleats for a pair of dress shoes and took a job behind a desk. “It was a real good job. It was a good opening with benefits and everything, but I just wasn’t ready to start that part of my life.” After three and a half years pitching in the Indians’ farm system, working at a computer all day for his hometown newspaper...
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May 15, 2013  |  Discuss

Crushers players want to win, but also get back to affiliated ball

AVON - Last season, Crushers right-hander Dale Dickerson was pitching in the Cleveland Indians farm system with the single-A affiliate Carolina Mudcats. This year, he’s even closer to Cleveland; he’s just not with the Indians anymore. Avon, OH is just a 30 minute drive down I-90 west from downtown Cleveland, but the Frontier League is just about as far away as Dickerson could...
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May 15, 2013  |  Discuss
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