CRAWDADS: Eliminated on Sunday, they’ll finish season with 1 p.m. game today

HobbsDailyReport.com HICKORY – The baseball season ends this afternoon for the Hickory Crawdads. Greensboro clipped Hickory 3-1 on Sunday at L.P. Frans Stadium, eliminating the Crawdads in the chase for a South Atlantic League (SAL) second-half title in the Northern Division. The Grasshoppers can clinch the division title by beating the Crawdads — who are closing their 25th anniversary season …

CRAWDADS: Split with Greensboro, both 1 game behind Power with 2 to go

HobbsDailyReport.com HICKORY — With two regular season games to play, the Hickory Crawdads are one game out of first place in South Atlantic League (SAL) baseball. Hickory played twice on Saturday at L.P. Frans Stadium, beating Greensboro 4-0 in the completion of a game suspended on Friday night before the Grasshoppers won the nightcap 2-0. The results send the Crawdads …

CRAWDADS: Have game to finish Saturday, then another against Greensboro

HobbsDailyReport.com HICKORY – Saturday is going to be a big day for the Hickory Crawdads. Still in the thick of a chase for the South Atlantic League (SAL) second-half Northern Division title, the Crawdads have a game with Greensboro to finish and another battle with the Grasshoppers shortly after that. Friday night’s game at L.P. Frans Stadium was stopped by …

CRAWDADS: Bitten by RiverDogs again, they share first with Greensboro, West Virginia

HobbsDailyReport.com CHARLESTON, S.C. – The Hickory Crawdads blew a lead — with Charleston (S.C.) scoring seven runs in the eighth inning on Thursday night and winning 10-5 – to leave three teams tied for first place in the South Atlantic League (SAL) Northern Division heading to the final weekend of regular-season play. Hickory (63-73, 36-30 second half) shares first place …

CRAWDADS: Tied for first with West Virginia after shutout loss in Charleston, S.C.

HobbsDailyReport.com CHARLESTON, S.C. – Dermis Garcia’s home run was just one of three hits for Charleston (S.C.) on Wednesday night, and it was enough to push the RiverDogs past the visiting Hickory Crawdads 2-0. Garcia hit a two-run shot in the sixth inning — his seventh of the season — as Charleston won before a crowd of 3,411 in a …