B Page -- May 26, 2010

Crushers Baseball ...

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However, Oakland had a lot more base runners the next inning, when RBI singles by Luis Fernandez and Robbie Tolan (son of Bobby Tolan) gave the Cruisers a 2-0 lead. Fortunately, the infield turned a double play to keep the rally from getting more severe for the home guys.


In the fourth, Jeff Cinadr, who has a degree in bio-engineering, replaced starting pitcher Matt Smith, who had some control problems, throwing 71 pitches and giving up three earned runs in three innings.

Jeff Cinadr


Cinadr engineered the ball around enough to disallow the Cruisers any runs in two innings of work. Jesse Orosco, Jr. (son of former player by the same name) picked up the pitching duties in the seventh.


Orosco kept the Oakland hitters at bay for three innings, allowing only two base runners and no hits. Ronnie Morales took the mound in the ninth for Lake Erie and did not allow a base runner.

Mullins Baseball ...

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The Spartans set numerous records en route to a 24-18 finish this past season.  They surpassed the school record for wins in a season which was previously 19, held by the 1994 and 1997 teams.  This was the first winning season for Case Western Reserve baseball since 1997 and the .571 winning percentage is the best in merged University history.

Middlebury Tennis  ...

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Prior to that, the two teams were tied at 1-1 with one doubles match still left to be completed.


The first doubles match and a large crowd hovered around the court, with large roars ascending after each volley was completed, sounding more like a stadium event rather than a tennis battle. Still it added to the intensity.


Andrew Lee and Andrew Thomson went down  to wire at first doubles with Woods and Isaac Stein, winning 9-8 in the pro set and a 7-2 tiebreaker, giving Middlebury a 2-1 edge going into singles play.