WSL Monday Recap: A’s Stay Hot with 6-1 Victory at De Pere
June 14, 2016
Dylan Detert hit two home runs, Trevor Cho had four hits and Brandon Winfield struck out 12 in 8 1/3 innings to lead the Sheboygan A’s to a 6-1 victory over the De Pere Dodgers Monday night in WSL action.
Sheboygan A’s 6, De Pere Dodgers 1
Dylan Detert hit two home runs, Trevor Cho had four hits and Brandon Winfield struck out 12 in 8 1/3 innings to lead the Sheboygan A’s to a 6-1 victory over the De Pere Dodgers Monday night.
The win puts the A’s at 8-1 for the season and 4-1 in the Wisconsin State League.
The A’s will play two games against the Manitowoc Bandits tonight at Wildwood Park. At 7 p.m. they will finish the game suspended by rain, lightning and heavy winds in Manitowoc Friday night. It will be resumed in the third inning with the A’s leading 10-0. That game will be followed by a 7-inning game.
The ball club is now only two wins away from notching its 1,500th victory. A doubleheader victory tonight will secure the milestone. The club is having the team sign two baseballs, one that will be raffled off at a future date and one will be auctioned off.
Winfield dominated the DePere line-up, giving up just three hits.
Detert’s 2-run home run put the A’s on top in the third inning. Harry Steldt’s run-scoring single made it 3-0 in the fourth. Detert’s second home run and Taylor Grimm’s sacrifice fly added two in the fifth, and Cho’s triple followed by Wyatt Olson’s base hit finished off the scoring.
Winfield was lifted in the ninth after two hits and a hit batsman loaded the bases. Ben Folger came in and enticed a double play to end the game.
Green Bay Storm 8, Oshkosh Giants 3
The Giants lost 8-3 on Monday, despite outhitting Green Bay Storm 10 to seven.
Michaek Schneider got it done on the rubber on the way to a win. He allowed one run over five innings, striking out four, walking none and only surrendering four hits.
Austin Halverson took the loss for the Giants. He lasted just six innings, walked three, struck out three, and allowed five runs.
In the top of the first, the Giants grabbed the early lead, 2-0. Luke Gajewski singled to ignite the Giants’ offense. A stolen base then moved Gajewski from first to second. Craig Thompson singled, scoring Gajewski and Alex Koch.
After posting one run in the third, the Green Bay Storm again scored one in the fourth. In the third, Green Bay scored on a passed ball, scoring Mitch Eagen. The Storm stayed on top until the final out after taking the lead in the fifth, scoring three runs on a two-run double by Spencer Larson and a sacrifice fly by Grant Frazer. Green Bay Storm tacked on another three runs in the eighth.
The Giants scored one run in the top of the ninth to cut their deficit to five. A groundout by Jordan Mueller gave the Giants life.
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