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Upcoming Schedule for Lorain County

Big time here in Lorain, as the second half gets moving.

Below is the upcoming schedule for the Ironmen with all the updated start times. Plenty of home games, so come on out to the family friendly Pipe Yard! If you can’t make it we will have all the action live on the Lorain County Ironmen Radio Network.


Doubleheader vs Richmond

Game 1- First pitch 5:05

Game 2- 30 minutes following the conclusion of game 1.

Due to the doubleheader these games will both be played as two 7-inning games. Also note it is Dollar Beer night at the Pipe Yard just like each Thursday home game.



Vs Richmond

First Pitch at 7:05



Doubleheader vs Champion City Kings

Game 1- First pitch 5:05

Game 2- 30 minutes following the conclusion of game 1.

Due to the doubleheader these games will both be played as two 7-inning games. Also note, like all Saturday night home games, it is brought to you by Cedar Point, which will graciously donate eight tickets to give away to fans during the game. With one ticket to Cedar Point costing $59.99, this is a chance for big savings and two baseball games! Sounds like a perfect summer night.


So to conclude, there are plenty of reasons to come to the Pipe Yard for a game and many of home games in the second half of the season.  The full Ironmen 2014 schedule is available here. Tickets are affordable for a family, so come see the action for yourself. Don’t wait–the season is down to its final month!

Radio Broadcast Change for 7/1 vs West Virginia

There will be no radio broadcast from the Ironmen radio booth tonight.
Michael has a frog in his throat and Jake is required to take his talents to the PA for tonight.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
We do understand how many families log on to listen to the games, so here is an alternative way for tonight:
You can catch the WV Miners radio broadcast for tonights game here (
We fully expect to be back on the air tomorrow night against Butler!


Ironmen victorious thanks to Brubaker’s strong start and timely hits

The Champion City Kings (11-13) came out firing, but couldn’t hang on to the lead, ending up on the losing side of a 5-2 ballgame against the Lorain County Ironmen (10-15) on Friday at Davidson Stadium.

Lorain County took the lead in the sixth inning on an RBI single by Kyle Chontos.

The Ironmen were led by Nate Langhals’s hitting. Langhals went 3-4, drove in one and scored three runs. He homered in the first inning and singled in the sixth and eighth innings.

It was a welcome site for a team tied for the worst batting average in the league (.213)

Jake Bennett paced the Champion City Kings at the plate. Bennett went 2-5 and scored one run. He tripled in the first inning and singled in the seventh inning.

J T Brubaker recorded his third win of the year for the Lorain County Ironmen. He allowed two runs over 6 2/3 innings. Brubaker struck out five, walked two and gave up seven hits.

It was a homecoming game of sorts for Brubaker, growing up in nearby Tecumseh and he didn’t disappoint.

Luke Mamer was charged with his second loss of the year. He lasted just six innings, walked none, struck out three, and allowed three runs.

It was the Kings’ sixth straight loss.

The teams will play game number two of the three game series Saturday at 7:35. Sam Clarke will get the ball for the Ironmen.