Two of the team's young standouts were recognized on Friday.
The Oilmen lost both games of a doubleheader as the Lake County Corn Dogs swept the NL Championship Series.
The Oilmen will face the Corn Dogs in the championship series.
The Oilmen prevailed on fan appreciation night, their third win in the last four games.
The Oilmen clinched their 11th straight winning season.
Crestwood scored six in the fifth en route to a victory.
Matt Ostrowski picked up the win, and Jake nailed down the save.
The Oilmen wrapped up a postseason berth despite Tuesday's loss to Lake County.
Semifinals will be hosted at Legacy Fields and Oil City Stadium.
This marks the third time the Oilmen have won a weekly award this season.
The Oilmen will be back in action on Monday at Crestwood.
The Oilmen rallied for two runs with two outs in the bottom of the ninth.
The Oilmen produced eight runs on 11 hits, but made six errors.
The Chicago American Giants ended an 11-game losing streak with an 11-run victory.
Five pitchers combined for another solid day on the mound.
Doug Loden of the Corn Dogs was named the All-Star Game MVP.
Police and fire departments across Northwest Indiana will receive free tickets while supplies last, presented by bp.
The Oilmen/Vikings rivalry is alive and well after two tense matchups this weekend.
The Oilmen ralied for four in the ninth to secure their fifth walk-off win of the season.
Oilmen relievers covered 7 1/3 innings and allowed no runs on Thursday.
The Generals beat the Oilmen 9-6 in front of a near capacity crowd on Wednesday.
The Oilmen will host the All-Star Game on Tuesday, July 12 at 7:10 p.m.
Baseball was secondary on Friday night at Oil City Stadium.
The Oilmen walked off with three runs in the bottom of the ninth.
The Oilmen jumped in front with four runs in the first, all coming after two were out.
The Oilmen made five errors on Monday.
The Oilmen will partner with Indiana Fallen Heroes as part of Friday's event.
Baker batted .750 (12-for-16) in four games this week.
The Oilmen topped Southland 9-5 on Friday.
A rookie and a seasoned veteran both had big nights for the Oilmen.
Each night of this weekend's homestand features a special event.
Matt Lelito set the Oilmen single-game strikeout record.
The only scoring in the game came in the bottom of the fifth.
The Corn Dogs had chances to tie or take the lead late in the game, but the Oilmen put out the threats.
Chris Baker had a double and a home run to account for half of the four Oilmen hits.
Jake Ostrowski turned in a solid start, but his real heroics came with the bat on Saturday.
Both teams erased four-run deficits on Friday.
CJ Deshazer notched a game-ending flair to the left side of the infield on Thursday.
Panther pitching recorded 17 strikeouts on Tuesday.
The Oilmen couldn't hold an early 6-0 lead, but bounced back to win in extra innings.
The Oilmen have dropped five of their last six.
The Panthers scored three in the third, four in the fourth and two in the fifth on Wednesday.
Matt Lelito threw five scoreless innings in Monday's victory
The Oilmen led by seven in the eighth inning.
The Oilmen were limited to one run on five hits by Corn Dog pitching.
The Oilmen will play Thursday at Lake County.
The Oilmen will begin the season on Monday at Joliet.
The Oilmen have announced their position players for this season.
The Oilmen have announced a full slate of promotions for this summer.
A 55-game slate begins on May 23.
The Northern League is seeking to add broadcasting interns for 2022.
The newest member of the Northern League has announced its team nickname.