The Lodi Crushers were a collegiate woodbat baseball team based in Lodi, California. They were charter members of the Great West League and play their home games at Tony Zupo Field in Lodi. They were owned by Wine Country Baseball and were run by general manager Doug Leary. They were named for the original California League minor league franchise now known as the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes.
|League||Great West League (2016)|
|Ballpark||Tony Zupo Field|
|Colors||Purple, Lime Green and White|
|Ownership||Wine Country Baseball|
|Manager||TBA (head coach)|
|General Manager||Doug Leary|
The team has gone dormant for 2017.
- CROWE, JERRY (1985-08-21). "THE TOWN THAT LOST ITS TEAM : Minor League Baseball Was a Major League Passion, But Now Fans are Stuck in Lodi with Nothing to Cheer". Los Angeles Times. ISSN 0458-3035. Retrieved 2019-01-31.