The Lake Erie Crushers have announced that naming rights for the Avon ballpark will become available to a new partner following the completion of the 2023 season. The Crushers are working to acquire a new naming rights partner for the 2024 season and beyond.
“Mercy Health has been a fantastic partner of the Crushers for more than 10 years”, stated Crushers Co-Owner Tom Kramig.
“We look forward to unveiling a new name for the ballpark in early 2024 as we continue to offer the very best in affordable family entertainment, while also striving to bring home a Frontier League Championship.”
The Crushers are in the middle of completing upgrades to the stadium, which opened in 2009. A new field was installed in October, and a new state-of-the-art video scoreboard should be installed prior to the start of the 2023 season. In addition, the stadium marquee, situated on Interstate 90, will be replaced with a larger, modern digital graphics board in the coming months.
“Our fans and partners alike will benefit from the enhancements to the game day experience beginning in 2023. The improvements represent an opportunity for a naming rights sponsor and our many valued local partners to better reach a wide audience throughout northeast Ohio via our location along Interstate 90, while also reaching our most loyal fans right here in and around Avon. The city of Avon and surrounding areas continue to grow, and the Crushers stadium is positioned to be a focal point of the community for years to come.” Kramig added.
The Crushers will kick off their 2023 campaign on Friday, May 12th at home against the defending Frontier League champions, the Quebec Capitales.
For more information on the Crushers, including how to get tickets, call 440-934-3636 or email the team at email@example.com.
The Lake Erie Crushers are presented by Akron Children’s Hospital and are members of the Frontier League which is currently the largest and longest-tenured MLB Partner League.