Giants Drop Opener

June 6, 2010

The Oshkosh Giants dropped their WSL opener to the Lombard Orioles on Saturday.

Wisconsin State League

Aaron Dressnandt allowed only two hits over five innings, but the Lombard Orioles were able to scratch out a run to hand the Oshkosh Giants a 1-0 loss in five innings on Saturday.

The game was supposed to be the opener of a doubleheader, but rain forced the game to be called after five innings. The second game was cancelled.

Sean Graybig and Tyler Kamps had the only two hits for the Giants, who had their season-opener rained out last weekend. Dressnandt fanned six and walked only one in the outing.

Story by: Oshkosh Northwestern

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