Brad Rindfleisch pitched a gem Tuesday night.
Rindfleisch pitched eight strong innings, limiting the Dodgers to just two hits and striking out 17 as the A's picked up a 4-1 victory over the Dodgers at Wildwood Park. The win keeps the A's just one game behind Lombard for first in the Wisconsin State League, however the Orioles have six games in hand. The Dodgers drop to 5-7 in the WSL.
The A’s are now idle until Friday when they play the Milwaukee Aztec Jaguars to begin pool play in the Wisconsin Amateur Baseball Classic. They will then play Saturday against the Brookfield Bulldogs at NOON in West Bend, before packing up and heading back home Saturday evening to finish pool play against the Hartford Hawks. Both home games are 7:30 PM starts.
Jake Arens lead the A's offensively Tuesday night, producing three hits including a solo home run in the fifth to seal the game away. Jimmy Juergensen contributed two hits while JJ Zywiciel, Alex Dee, Mark Wanner and Jake Falish had one each.
The story of the night though was Rindfleisch, with his 17-strikeout performance. He walked only three, keeping a zero in the Dodgers hit column until Noah Robinson doubled with one out in the top of the sixth.
Friday's game is Ladies Night at Wildwood. There will be special ladies themed prizes raffled off during the game. Ladies tickets are only $1 for general admission seating. We will have a special drinks and a ladies-themed music playlist throughout the game. The 2019 season is presented by Meijer.
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