Lake Erie Crushers Want Stomper's Head Returned

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Stomper the bear is the mascot for the Lake Erie Crushers, a minor league baseball team in Ohio. Someone stole the bear's head from a storage closet. The mascot missed the Crushers' final home games.

DAVID GREENE, host: Good morning. I'm David Greene.

It was just a feel-good promotion. The Lake Erie Crushers, a minor league baseball team in Ohio, called it Where's Stomper? Fans saw photos of the team mascot Stomper the Bear, and they could guess what Ohio landmark he was visiting. But now the team is asking, where's Stomper. Someone stole the bear's head from a storage closet. Stomper missed the Crushers' final home games. The team promises no questions asked if Stomper's head is returned. It's MORNING EDITION.

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