May 19, 2022

Crushers Fall in Series Finale

Crushers fall in series finale Lake Erie drops rubber match to Tri-City, 10-6 Box Link: TROY, N.Y.— The Lake Erie Crushers were not able to hold on to an early lead on Thursday morning at Joseph L. Bruno Stadium, as they fell in their series finale to the Tri-City

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May 19, 2022
Road Work

Road Work Crushers lead wire to wire in first road win Box Link: TROY, N.Y. — The Lake Erie Crushers scored early and often at Joseph. L. Bruno Stadium on Wednesday night as they came away with their first road victory of the season, defeating the Tri-City Valley Cats,

May 18, 2022
Tough Road Start

Tough Road Start Crushers drop a tight road tilt to Tri-City Box Link: TROY, N.Y. — The Lake Erie Crushers took to the road for the first time this season on Tuesday night, and held a 7-5 lead through six innings, but could not hang on, falling to the

May 15, 2022
Incredible Comeback

Incredible Comeback Crushers rally from six down to beat Trois Rivieres, 12-11 Boxscore unavailable AVON, Ohio — The Lake Erie Crushers erased five run and six run deficits on Sunday afternoon at Mercy Health Stadium and scored their first walk off win of the season in a 12-11 win over

May 15, 2022
Offensive Explosion

Offensive Explosion Lake Erie offense launches 3 homers in 13-4 win over Trois Rivieres Boxscore not available AVON, Ohio — The Lake Erie Crushers homered three times and capitalized on 10 free passes on Saturday night at Mercy Health Stadium, as they won their first game of the season, defeating

May 14, 2022
Off and Running

Off and Running Crushers start 2022 season with a 7-4 loss Box Score not available AVON, Ohio — The Lake Erie Crushers opened the 2022 season on Friday evening with a 7-4 loss to Trois Rivieres Aigles at Mercy Health Stadium. The Crushers (0-1) are now 4-7 in home openers

September 12, 2021
The Finale

Crushers finish season at 41-55; Manager Dan Rohn records opening out Box Score: EVANSVILLE, Indiana - The Lake Erie Crushers dropped their season's final game against the Evansville Otters, 3-1. The Men of Crush gained the advantage early but sputtered throughout the duration of the game offensively. The lone