Cavs Take 3 of 4 From The A’s
June 28, 2010
Following a Saturday split at Eau Claire, the Cavaliers swept Sunday's doubleheader from the light-hitting Sheboygan A's 6-0 and 8-1 to take three of four games in the weekend series at Eau Claire.
Following a Saturday split at Eau Claire, the Cavaliers swept Sunday’s doubleheader from the light-hitting Sheboygan A’s 6-0 and 8-1 to take three of four games in the weekend series at Eau Claire.
Eau Claire’s Japanese import, Yoshinori Machida, shut the A’s out on four hits in the first game. Only two A’s got as far as second base in the game. Jack Larsen took the loss.
The A’s managed only one first-inning run in the second game as they were limited to five hits by Eau Claire’s staff. T.J. Wink got the win for the Cavaliers with Chevy Tollefson taking the loss.
Ty Fadness connected for the Cavs’ first home run of the season in game two, hitting a solo shot to right in the third inning to put Eau Claire up, 2-1.
On Saturday, Eric Van Beck threw a 4-hitter to get the A’s their only win of the weekend. Doug Dekoning’s 2-run double was the game’s big hit. Eau Claire roughed up A’s pitching for a dozen hits in the second game for their 7-3 win. Jack Archie took the loss.
Stories by: Sheboygan Press and WEAU 13 News
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