Oshkosh rocks Sheboygan 11-6

June 20, 2012

The Oshkosh Giants unleashed their offense on Tuesday.

Wisconsin State League

The Oshkosh Giants unleashed their offense on Tuesday.

The Giants got two, two-out, two-run home runs from Bobby Kachel and had six players with two or more hits as they trampled the Sheboygan A’s 11-6 at E.J. Schneider Field.

Kachel’s first home run capped a five-run third inning for the Giants, giving them a 6-2 lead, as all of their runs in that inning came with two outs.

Kachel struck again in the fifth inning with another two-out home run to give the Giants a 8-3 lead.

That would be more than enough for starter Chad Wyss, who picked up the win throwing six innings and striking out four A’s in the process.

Kachel finished his day 2-for-3 with those two home runs and four runs batted in. Doug Beattie had the only three-hit game for the Giants, going 3-for-5 with two runs batted in. Zach Wahlen, Michael Polcyn, Luke Gajewski and Brock Guetske eached finished with two hits apiece. Whalen had two RBI’s and Guetske finished with one for the Giants in the win.

Story and photo by: The Oshkosh Northwestern

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