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CLINTON — The National Junior Collegiate Athletic Association (NJCAA) is bringing their Regional XI Division II (DII) rounds for the Junior College World Series to Ashford University Field Wednesday, May 9th through Wednesday, May 16th. This will mark the first time in the over 80-year histo…

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CLINTON — Fans and staff alike gathered at the 2018 Hot Stove Banquet at Eagle Point Lodge to talk about the upcoming Clinton LumberKings season, and one of the big topics of discussion was the upcoming changes to Ashford University Stadium.

CLINTON—The Clinton LumberKings will see their fourth manager since the beginning of the 2017 season when games begin in April as Denny Hocking takes the reins.

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CLINTON—Clinton LumberKings manager David Macias will be stepping down from his coaching duties and resigning from the Seattle Mariners organization. The Mariners have named Tony Arnerich as Macias' replacement.

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CLINTON — If there were a Scott Steinmann curse for the Beloit Snappers, Trace Loehr killed it quickly on Friday.

Former Clinton LumberKings prospect Zach Shank on playing in the Midwest for the first time since playing for the LumberKings.

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CLINTON — Clinton's Opening Day roster for 2017 has a mix of new and familiar faces. 

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CLINTON — Clinton scored 16 runs in the Midwest League Championship opening game to defeat the Great Lakes Loons, 16-6.

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CEDAR RAPIDS — Clinton is back on a roll as the Midwest League regular season comes to and end.

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GENEVA, Ill. — In what turned out to be a back and forth game, the LumberKings had a chance to tie the game in the ninth inning down by two. Clinton would get one of the two runs necessary to keep the game alive, but stranded the tying run at third, giving the Cougars a 4-3 win, their second…

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MIDLAND, Mich. — Entering Monday afternoon’s matinee between the Great Lakes Loons and Clinton LumberKings, many were expecting pitchers Yadier Alvarez and Nick Neidert to steal the headlines in a low-scoring affair. The Loons used a three spot in the 8th inning to prevail 8-6 at Dow Diamond.

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CLINTON — Clinton did the little things right, and in return, the LumberKings finished off a sweep of the West Michigan Whitecaps on Monday with a 3-2 win. 

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CLINTON — After allowing the South Bend Cubs to break a scoreless tie in the top of the fifth inning, the Clinton LumberKings needed to respond in a big way. It didn't take them long, as four runs in the bottom of the fifth inning gave them the lead for good.

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DAVENPORT — Down 2-0 going into the top of the sixth inning Sunday, the Clinton LumberKings needed to get something started offensively.

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Peoria, Ill. — Clinton overcame a three-run deficit early but couldn’t mount another comeback after Peoria regained the lead, suffering a 5-4 loss to the Chiefs in Midwest League baseball Friday night.

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BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — Two former Clinton LumberKings played a role in a combined no-hitter for the Bakersfield Blaze on Friday. Bakersfield defeated Modesto, 3-0.

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CLINTON — After a rough first inning, Nick Neidert settled into a groove that sent him on his way to his best outing of the season.

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GENEVA, Ill. — The Clinton LumberKings have qualified for the 2016 Midwest League playoffs. 

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CLINTON — Clinton LumberKings catcher James Alfonso drove in the first and final runs almost five hours apart Saturday night.

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CLINTON — Just five hours and six minutes after the first pitch was thrown on Saturday night, James Alfonso ended a marathon of a game. 

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CLINTON — Add Braden Bishop’s name to the list of Clinton LumberKings who have homered this season.

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CLINTON — Clinton center fielder Ricky Eusebio has bragging rights in the LumberKings' clubhouse.

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CLINTON — The Midwest League season doesn't start until Thursday, but the Clinton LumberKings staff and players arrived in town on Sunday. 

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CEDAR RAPIDS — The Clinton LumberKings started Saturday night's series against the Cedar Rapids Kernels with three straight singles but managed only one run from a bases-loaded, nobody-out situation.

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CLINTON — Arby Fields saved the Clinton LumberKings from another no-hit blunder.

GRAND CHUTE, Wis. — Clinton doubled its offensive production from the previous night just two batters into Friday’s Midwest League baseball game at Appleton.

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CLINTON — Hours after the Clinton LumberKings' July 12 game against Kane County, Clinton Manager Scott Steinmann could be found at Vinnie's Lounge with a beer in his hand.

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PEORIA, Ill. — In a rehab assignment from the St. Louis Cardinals, Jaime Garcia started a special evening for the Peoria Chiefs, as three pitchers combined to no-hit the Clinton LumberKings on Thursday. Though Clinton starter Zack Littell matched the Cardinals’ lefty, he allowed a pair of ru…

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GENEVA, Ill. — For the third straight night, the Clinton LumberKings scored first. But for the third straight night, they came up on the wrong end of a close game.

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APPLETON, Wis. — In what was the offensive highlight of the 2015 season thus far, the Clinton LumberKings set a season high for runs in a game, hits in a game and runs in a single inning as they used a nine-run sixth inning to take down the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers 13-2 in Midwest League ba…

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CLINTON — Manager Scott Steinmann is hoping the Clinton LumberKings will play in the second half of the Midwest League season the way they finished the first half rather than the way played much of the time during the 26-43 campaign.

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PEORIA, Ill. — Dominant pitching led the Eastern Division All-Stars to a 5-0 victory against their counterparts from the West on Tuesday at the Midwest League baseball All-Star Game at Dozer Park.

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EASTLAKE, Ohio — Clinton just can’t find its big hit to break the now-12-game losing streak.

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CLINTON — A two-run home run by Bralin Jackson propelled Bowling Green to a three game sweep in Clinton, as the LumberKings (23-35) fell 4-2 and saw their losing streak reach 10 games. Tyler Herb allowed a near season-high 10 hits over 6 1/3 innings, but just three earned runs, as Bowling Gr…

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CLINTON — Following a four game sweep at Perfect Game Field in Cedar Rapids vs. the top ranked pitching staff in the Midwest League, the Clinton LumberKings met the third ranked pitching staff in the Dayton Dragons and had the same result, albeit at their home ballpark with a 17-7 loss.

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CLINTON — Outfielder Estarlyn Morales and pitcher Lukas Schiraldi were selected to represent the Clinton LumberKings later this month in the Midwest League All-Star Classic.

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CLINTON — Despite a strong five innings fresh off the disabled list by Pat Peterson, the Clinton LumberKings fell for the sixth consecutive game Thursday night in Midwest League baseball.

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CEDAR RAPIDS – Cedar Rapids starting pitcher Stephen Gonsalves bid the Midwest League farewell Monday. Unfortunately for the Clinton LumberKings, he did it after beating them 5-0.

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PEORIA, Ill. — Denied a win about two hours earlier on a two-out, two-run home run in the ninth inning, Clinton used five consecutive hits in the 15th inning to pull out an 11-8 win against Peoria on Thursday night in Midwest League baseball.

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PEORIA, Ill. — Clinton pitchers handled the major leaguer successfully Tuesday night, but Peoria used one big inning to defeat the LumberKings 4-3 in Midwest League baseball at Dozer Park.

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CLINTON — Despite a home run in the top of the first inning by Andrew Daniel, the Clinton LumberKings ran away with a 10-2 victory over the Burlington Bees on Saturday.

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CLINTON — Burlington’s bats broke out for 10 runs as the Bees won their third game in a row, defeating the Clinton LumberKings, 10-7, on Friday night.

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