A’s, Barons Grab Their First WSL Victories Tuesday
July 1, 2020
The Sheboygan A's and Burlington Barons grabbed their first victories of the 2020 season Tuesday night.
Sheboygan A’s 4, Greater Green Bay Blue Ribbons 2
The Sheboygan A’s snagged a late lead and defeated the Greater Green Bay Blue Ribbons 4-2 on Tuesday night at Wildwood Park in Sheboygan. The game was tied at two when Harry Steldt drew a bases-loaded walk, scoring one run for the A’s to put them on top for good. The Blue Ribbons took the early lead in the game, scoring two in the first, but the lead would not last despite an excellent pitching performance by Jett Thielke, who struck out 13.
Eric Schmitz started the game for Sheboygan, going six innings, allowing two runs on four hits, striking out 12 and walking none. Ryan Fields picked up the win in relief.
Game ends with a diving catch from Mark Wanner in left field! Sheboygan A’s win with a final score of 4-2. Way to go A’s! pic.twitter.com/jkS86Q6NXT — Sheboygan A’s (@shebbaseball) July 1, 2020
Stats: Sheboygan vs. Greater Green Bay
Burlington Barons 4, Kensoha Kings 3
The Kenosha Kings lost the lead late in a 4-3 defeat to the Burlington Barons on Tuesday at Simmons Field in Kenosha. The game was tied at three with Jason Dennis batting for Burlington in the top of the seventh when he singled in the go-ahead run. Dennis’s go-ahead single came after a big sixth inning that saw both teams put three runs on the board.
Luke Hansel was the winning pitcher for Burlington. He surrendered zero runs on two hits over one and two-thirds innings, striking out two and walking one. Troy Hickey and Jarrett Ramer entered the game out of the bullpen and helped to close out the game in relief. Hickey recorded the last three outs to earn the save.
Brandon Jeffery took the loss for Kenosha. He surrendered one run on three hits over three innings, striking out one in relief.
Stats: Kenosha vs. Burlington
The Wisconsin State League is one of the premier semi-professional/amateur baseball leagues in the mid-west. In operation since 1970, the Wisconsin State League is a highly competitive league that features many of the midwest's top current and former collegiate athletes, as well as many former professional baseball players. Keep up to date on everything happening in the Wisconsin State League by following the league online on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
WisconsinStateLeague.com | #WSL