Minor League News

Minor League News

Erie’s winning streak was halted at three games on Saturday afternoon at UPMC Park when the Akron RubberDucks jumped out to an early lead, eventually winning 9-2. Mark Leiter Jr. started on the mound for Erie, his first start since 2017 with the Triple-A Lehigh Valley IronPigs, and he dealt Erie’s winning streak was halted
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The SeaWolves notched back-to-back wins thanks to three home runs against the Akron RubberDucks on Thursday night. After taking a 6-0 lead early in the game, Erie was just able to hold off an Akron rally and seal the 6-4 win. Tanner Tully got the start for Akron, but struggled The SeaWolves notched back-to-back wins
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The Toledo Mud Hens announced that beginning Tuesday, June 8, Fifth Third Field will return to 100 percent capacity. Fans can now purchase tickets to all 2021 games. “The Governor’s announcement last night lifting all COVID-19 health orders on June 2 is the news we have been waiting The Toledo Mud Hens announced that beginning
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TOLEDO, Ohio – In game two of the series, the Indians topped the Mud Hens 5-3 on Wednesday afternoon at Victory Field. Right-hander Drew Hutchison toed the slab as the Mud Hens starter on Wednesday afternoon. After cruising through the first two innings, the heart of the Indians order put together a two-out rally in
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The SeaWolves (3-2) could not capitalize on a plethora of scoring opportunities on Saturday night at First Energy Stadium as they dropped their second straight game to the Reading Fightin Phils (2-3) by a 6-4 final. Erie took an early lead in the third against Reading starter Mark Appel. Ryan The SeaWolves (3-2) could not
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FORT WAYNE, IN – The West Michigan Whitecaps fell behind early and never recovered as they lost to the Fort Wayne TinCaps in front of 1,711 fans on Thursday night at Parkview Field by a score of 10-3. The Whitecaps fall to 1-3 on the season while the TinCaps improve to 3-1 in the early
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The SeaWolves (3-1) battled through cold, rainy and windy conditions on Friday night at First Energy Stadium, falling to the Reading Fightin Phils 8-4. Reading jumped ahead in the bottom of the first inning against Erie starter A.J. Ladwig. Arquimedes Gamboa led off with a double and Dalton Guthrie reached The SeaWolves (3-1) battled through
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