Orioles, A’s Sweep Sunday Doubleheaders
July 20, 2020
Both the Lombard Orioles and Sheboygan A's swept their respective doubleheaders Sunday, with the Orioles taking two from the KIngs and the A's completing a four-game sweep of Addison.
Lombard Orioles 7, Kenosha Kings 1
Lombard Orioles 6, Kenosha Kings 2
The Lombard Orioles only let up three runs in their doubleheader against the Kenosha Kings on Sunday with final scores of 7-1 and 6-2. Lombard took the lead early in game one, scoring two runs on a single hit by Jacob Campbell. Kenosha fought right back and put up a run in the first inning on an RBI single hit by Travis Vanderwall, but eventually came up six runs short being that this was the final run they scored. The Orioles went on to score six more runs and had a big seventh inning that scored three of those runs on a 3-run home run hit by Jake Novak. The second game was tied at 1-1 until Lombard took the lead for good in the fifth inning when Andy Gaytan laid down a sacrifice bunt that scored a run. Andreas Reaume helped lead the Lombard Orioles to victory on the pitcher’s mound and Tommy Conzemius took the loss for Kenosha.
Sheboygan A’s 13, Addison Braves 12
Sheboygan A’s 6, Addison Braves 1
Another doubleheader on Sunday between the Sheboygan A’s and Addison Braves resulted in two more wins for Sheboygan in their four-game series against the Braves, shutting them down with scores of 13-12 and 6-1. A walk-off double hit by Sheboygan’s Jacob Neese in extra innings secured the 13-12 win over Addison in game one. A long 7-run fourth inning put up by Sheboygan and giving them a 9-0 lead over Addison was followed up with a 9-run inning by the Braves which tied the game. A single by John Zielinski and Freddie Morales, and a grand slam by Ben Espinoza all amounted to the big fifth. The A’s were down two runs going into the bottom of an extra inning when Neese came up and ended the game with a walk-off. In game two Sheboygan had a big sixth inning that scored four runs. Jake Falish, Nathan Ebersole, and Josh Gates each had RBIs in the inning. The A’s was able to hold the Braves from scoring any runs until the final inning when Freddie Morales hit an RBI single.
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