Tuesday Recap: A’s Take Win Against Nationals
June 21, 2017
Two home runs couldn’t give the West Allis Nationals a win Tuesday against the Sheboygan A’s, falling 6-3.
SHEBOYGAN A’S 6, WEST ALLIS NATIONALS 3
SHEBOYGAN, WI – Two home runs couldn’t give the West Allis Nationals a win Tuesday against the Sheboygan A’s, falling 6-3.
West Allis started the game with a solo home run from Johnny Keane followed by a two-run home run from Dan Scallon in the fifth.
The game was back-and-forth with the A’s tying the game in the first, taking the lead in the third, tying again in the fifth and officially taking over in the sixth.
The factor that really hindered the Nationals from staying in the game was three balks.
The big player of the game was Josh Moses from the A’s going 4-for-4 at the plate.
He singled and doubled twice. Harry Steldt recorded his 300th career hit in an A’s uniform as well.
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