A’s Split Doubleheader

July 11, 2010

The Sheboygan A's split with the Chicago Wildcats in a doubleheader at Wildwood Park on Sunday.

Wisconsin State League

The Sheboygan A’s split with the Chicago Wildcats in a doubleheader at Wildwood Park on Sunday.

The A’s beat the Wildcats, of the Chicago Suburban League, 1-0 before losing the nightcap 5-2.

The split, which counted in the Wisconsin State League standings, moves Sheboygan’s record to 18-11 overall, 6-8 in WSL play.

In the opener, Jack Larson allowed five hits and four walks over six innings, and Connor Lenz for the save. Kyle Edlhuber knocked in Doug Dekoning for the game’s only run in the bottom of the sixth inning.

In the second game, four fielding errors led to four unearned runs. Eric Van Beck took the loss for the A’s, which managed only four hits. Justin Hunt and Phil Kramsky knocked in runs.

The A’s will return home in Thursday night to face the Oshkosh Giants in a game that will count in both the Northeastern Wisconsin and WSL standings. The Greenbush Dead City’s will get things started with an exhibition of an 1870’s style baseball game at 6:30 p.m. The A’s will take the field shortly after the conclusion of the exhibition.

Story by: The Sheboygan Press

The Wisconsin State League is one of the premier semi-professional/amateur baseball leagues in the mid-west. In operation since 1970, the Wisconsin State League is a highly competitive league that features many of the midwest's top current and former collegiate athletes, as well as many former professional baseball players. Keep up to date on everything happening in the Wisconsin State League by following the league online on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.

WisconsinStateLeague.com | #WSL