Giants fall to A’s in sloppy contest
July 20, 2012
The Oshkosh Giants couldn't carry over their momentum from a win on Wednesday night, falling to the Sheboygan A's 6-3 in Sheboygan on Thursday.
The Oshkosh Giants couldn’t carry over their momentum from a win on Wednesday night, falling to the Sheboygan A’s 6-3 in Sheboygan on Thursday.
The game was a sloppy one as the teams combine for nine errors between them but it was the A’s that made the most of their chances.
Sheboygan broke the game open in the fourth inning, breaking a 2-all tie with a two run frame to make it 4-2. The A’s would tack on two more runs while Oshkosh went silent until the final inning, picking up one run.
Former Oshkosh West standout Tyler Willman went six innings in the loss, striking out six in the process. Former Ripon standout Michael Polcyn and Zac Peterson each tallied 2-for-3 day and each drove in a run for Oshkosh.
R H E Oshkosh 011 000 001 — 3 5 3 Sheboygan 200 210 10x — 6 6 6
WP: Ben Stazyk (7 IP, 3 BB’s, 8 K’s). LP: Tyler Willman (6 IP, 4 BB’s, 6 K’s)
Story by: The Oshkosh Northwestern
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