Up 6-5 in the top of the ninth with the bases loaded and only one out, Brad Rindfleisch struck out the next two Blue Ribbons hitters on 10 pitches as the A’s held on to win 6-5 over Greater Green Bay and push their winning streak to 12.
The Green Bay Blue Ribbons extended their winning streak to five games with a pair of wins over Kenosha on Sunday afternoon, improving their record on the season to 14-10.
The Green Bay offense exploded for ten runs in the fourth inning, sending 14 men to the plate, as they cruised to a 12-1 win in game one of their doubleheader on Saturday in Kenosha.
Eric Hughes drove in four and the Orioles' offense scored 12 in the first three innings as the first-place O's defeated the Kenosha Kings 12-1 Wednesday.
Quinton Morris hit a grand slam and a double in a third-inning Tuesday night that saw the Nationals send 11 runners home on their way to a 22-4 victory over the red-hot Burlington Barons.
Powered by strong pitching performances in all four games, the Sheboygan A’s swept a Saturday/Sunday home-and-home doubleheader weekend.
The Green Bay Blue Ribbons were back home on Sunday for a double header with the Burlington Barons. The games featured first ceremonial pitches from the dads of various Blue Ribbons throwing to their sons, dads playing catch on the field in between games, and beautiful clear skies, perfect conditions for some baseball.