WSL Monday Recap: A’s Win, Giants Rained Out

June 9, 2015

Rain washed out the Oshkosh Giants game versus Appleton, but Sheboygan A's able to weather the storm and beat Green Bay.

Wisconsin State League

Sheboygan A’s 7, Green Bay Storm 3

The A’s squared off against the Green Bay Storm last night in a Northeastern Wisconsin Baseball League matchup winning 7-3.

The Storm got on the board first in the third inning after an RBI
double by Adam Enwiya, scoring Keaton Kastberg. Green Bay tacked on two
more in the fifth. Making the score 3-0 Storm.

A’s bats were quiet early but Harry Steldt produced a two RBI double
scoring Carter Amundsen and Hayden Fenner pulling the A’s with in one
run, making the score 3-2 after five complete.

A’s starting pitcher Taylor Schwarz helped his cause in the six
inning with a sacrifice bunt advancing Wyatt Olson and Nate Heili to
third and second base respectively. Next, Fenner plated Olson with an
unusual sacrifice fly caught by the catcher. Three Storm players
converged along the third base line going for Fenner’s pop-up,
neglecting to cover home plate. Olson recognized the Storm mistake and
raced home.

A’s then took a 4-3 lead after a RBI single by Trevor Theissen and never looked back.

The A’s added three more runs in the seventh after a bases loaded
bases clearing triple by Olson making the score 7-3 and that was enough
insurance to lead the A’s to victory.

Taylor Schwarz was effective on the mound as he went 8 2/3 and picked up the victory. He tallied 10 strikeouts.

Oshkosh Giants vs. Appleton Legends – POSTPONED

The Oshkosh Giants game against the Appleton Legends was postponed due to rain and unplayable field conditions.

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