A’s defeat Kings 2-0 in weather shortened affair
July 26, 2012
The Sheboygan A's beat the Kenosha Kings 2-0 at home Wednesday in a game called after five innings because of lightning and possible rain.
The Sheboygan A’s beat the Kenosha Kings 2-0 at home Wednesday in a game called after five innings because of lightning and possible rain.
Drew Pearson scored the A’s first run in the fourth inning off a Harry Steldt RBI double, and Grant Evans scored in the next inning off a Sam Raff RBI single.
Ben Stanczyk went all five innings on Sheboygan’s mound after giving up just two hits.
Story by: The Sheboygan Press
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