Three double headers, two sweeps and a split.

Braves split games with the Barons, Nationals sweep the Dodgers, as well as Orioles sweep A’s

Addison Braves 4 – 0 Burlington Barons, Addison Braves 9 – 11 Burlington Barons

In the first game, Addison Braves Chris Wido didn’t let a single run as he pitched for a 4-0 win Saturday against the Burlignton Barons. Brandon Holifield went 2-for-2 at the plate to lead the Braves in hits. The Braves didn’t commit a single error in the field.

Burlington struck back in the second game. Matt Korman started things off when he hit a solo homer. Burlington Barons tallied 12 hits on the day. Korman, Archambault, and Mikey Pilizzi all collected multiple hits for Burlington Barons. Addison’s Tom Moran drove in six runners in the loss. Moran drove in runs on a grand slam in the sixth and a double in the seventh.

West allis Nationals 9 – 3 De Pere Dodgers, West allis Nationals 6 – 1 De Pere Dodgers

The Dodgers were unable to halt the overwhelming offense the Nationals put out Saturday. Much of this offense came in the sixth inning of the first game, with Mitchell, Huntzinger, Goecks, and Max Montgomery, all driving in runs in the inning.

The second game was no different when the Dodgers fell behind early and were unable to come back from the deficit. West Allis Nationals racked up eight hits. Mitchell and Bryce Toussaint each managed multiple hits for the Nationals.

Lombard Orioles 6 – 0 Sheboygan A’s, Lombard Orioles 5- 3 Sheboygan A’s

Lombard Orioles opened up scoring in the first inning, when Kyle Fitzgerald hit a solo homer. The Orioles totaled seven hits in the game, Ryan-Lin Peistrup and Fitzgerald both managed multiple hits for the Orioles.

The second game had the A’s leading 3-1 going into the 7th inning. But the Orioles rallied in the top of the seventh inning when John Carmody doubled on a 1-2 count, scoring two runs. Followed up by J Carmody doubles with a line drive, netting another run. Finally an error on the A’s behalf sent home the 4th run of the inning, ending at 5-3.

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