WSL Saturday Recap: O’s, Baron’s, Braves Sweep Saturday Action
June 5, 2022
The Lombard Orioles and Burlington Barons opened up their 2022 WSL season's with sweeps.
Lombard Orioles 8, 11, Kenosha Kings 1, 10
Lombard notched four runs in the sixth inning to deliver the final blow in a 8-1 victory in game one over Kenosha. Caleb Thomson got the win for the Orioles as the lefty allowed two hits and one run over four innings, striking out seven and walking one. Jacob Cyrus and Jim Severson entered the game out of the bullpen and helped to close out the game in relief. Lombard took game two 11-10 in dramatic fashion. Despite falling down by seven runs in the fifth inning, Kenosha fought back by nine runs in the sixth and one more in the seventh, getting clutch RBI’s from Daniel Hahn, Drew Knecht, Collin Callahan, Tyler Neuman, Kyle Kutzler, and Tony Neuman. Lombard then led off the bottom of the seventh with a triple and after a walk and two more singles, drove in the winning run to finish off the sweep.
Addison Braves 12, 6, Greater Green Bay Blue Ribbons 1, 1
The bats stay hot as Addison puts up 2 runs in the bottom of the first. @DonleaBrian (@MCPbaseball) with a double and RBIs from @Jstags_99 (@RegentBaseball) and @ColeWarehime (@SEMObaseball)— Addison Braves Baseball (@AddisonBraves) June 5, 2022
Blue Ribbons 0
Burlington Barons 6, 4, Sheboygan A’s 2, 0
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