October 21, 2014

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White Sox 4, Indians 3: Pierzynski HR beats Tribe in 9th

CLEVELAND – Manny Ramirez was on deck to pinch hit for the White Sox in the ninth inning of a tied game at Progressive Field on Tuesday night.
Turns out the Sox didn’t need their newly acquired slugger after all.
With runners on first and second and one out in the ninth, Chicago’s antagonistic catcher A.J. Pierzynski [...] Read More…

White Sox 4, Indians 3: Pierzynski HR lifts Sox past Tribe

A.J. Pierzysnki hit a three-run home run off Frank Herrmann in the ninth inning to lift the White Sox to a 4-3 victory over the Indians at Progressive Field on Tuesday night.
The game was tied at one when Pierzynski connected on an 0-1 pitch and sent it into the seats in right-center field.
Justin Masterson pitched [...] Read More…

Tuesday’s Indians notes: Carrasco coming up to start series finale with Sox

CLEVELAND – Not only will the Indians promote right-hander Carlos Carrasco from Triple-A Columbus today, he will start in the series finale against the White Sox.
Carrasco, who is 10-6 with a 3.65 ERA in 25 starts for the Clippers, has been on the Indians’ radar for awhile. He made five starts for Cleveland last year [...] Read More…

Browns’ Shaun Rogers fined game check, not suspended

BEREA — The Browns got a break Tuesday afternoon, as nose tackle Shaun Rogers avoided suspension after an offseason gun arrest at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.
The NFL announced Rogers would be fined a game check for violating the league’s personal conduct policy. Rogers is due to make $6.9 million in 2010, so the fine would [...] Read More…

Medina boil alert scheduled for Wednesday

MEDINA — A portion of the city’s south side will be under a boil alert starting at 3 p.m. Wednesday as crews work on the $350,000 Koons Avenue water pump station upgrade. During the alert, residents are advised to boil tap water used for drinking for at least one minute.

Brothers charged with assault after allegedly beating Litchfield Twp. man

LAFAYETTE TWP. — Two brothers are charged with aggravated assault after they reportedly beat a Litchfield Township man outside a party early Saturday morning. Adam Robinson, 21, of 5951 Buffham Road, Westfield Township, is being held in the Medina County Jail on $50,000 bond. John Robinson, 22, of 5830 Heatherhedge Drive, Lafayette Township, is being Read More…

Medina to flush hydrants along municipal roads next week

The city of Medina will flush fire hydrants along a myriad of municipal streets from Tuesday through Sept. 9, which is a change from the original start date of this past Monday. Discolored water might be temporarily present in running faucets of homes and businesses because of the flushing process, according to a prepared statement Read More…

Students at Medina career center benefit from fire truck donation

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MEDINA — Student firefighters at the Medina County Career Center got a boost for training last week when the school acquired a new fire truck. The 1986 Pierce fire truck officially changed hands from the city of Medina via the Medina Fire Department to the career center on Aug. 24, according to Medina Fire Chief Read More…

Brunswick’s Mike Henry breaks through at PBA Senior Tour

BRUNSWICK — It took 10 years, but Brunswick’s Mike Henry recently got his first victory on the Professional Bowlers Association Senior Tour. Henry, 62, routed Tim Kauble of Marion, Ohio, 247-166 to capture the PBA Senior Lake County Indi­ana Open at Olympia Lanes in Hammond, Ind. “It’s been a lot of hard work and it Read More…

ACL injury can’t keep Medina’s Jankowski off pitch

Medina’s Jen Jankowski, 22, is introduced prior to the Bees’ game against Wadsworth. Jankowski plans to play despite suffering an ACL injury. (GAZETTE PHOTO BY RON SCHWANE)

MEDINA — When Medina’s Jen Jankowski went down with an ACL injury earlier this month, it would have been easy to be selfish. The prospect of missing the upcoming soccer season and what potential colleges might think would be enough to have any prep athlete thinking about what the future held. But that’s never been Read More…