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Crushers shutout by Beach Bums 1-0

When Traverse City shortstop Taylor Wrenn smashed a home run in the bottom of the fourth inning, the game was over. A solo home run from the Traverse City shortstop combined with a five-hit, complete game shutout from Jake Sabel led to a 1-0 Crushers loss and extended the team’s losing streak to four games. “We just have to solidify the pitching,” manager Jeff Isom said when...
Via Indians Baseball Insider
June 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Projecting the Dayton Dragons roster

Each Wednesday over the next four weeks I will be looking at the projected starting rosters for the four full season teams. Today we will look at the Dayton Dragons, the Low-A affiliate. Infield Catcher - Joe Hudson Joe Hudson never got his career started last year after the draft due to breaking his wrist in practice before the season began in Billings. He is likely to be the starting...
Via Reds Minor Leagues
February 27, 2013  |  Discuss
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