Richter Named First Team All-WSL

With the most valuable player, most valuable pitcher and five unanimous all-league selections, the Kenosha Kings dominated the 2010 Wisconsin State League post-season awards voting.  Mark Cibrario, the league’s leading hitter with a .433 average, was named Most Valuable Player, reining in 15 vote points to 13 for teammate Jason Acevedo. Cibrario, a veteran of nine State League seasons holds down third base for the Kings.

Storm Claims Its First Championship

Congratulations to the Green Bay Storm for capturing there first NEWBL regular season title and Championship Series title here in 2010.  The Storm beat the Legends on Friday  night 12-4 to take the Championship, 2 games to 1.  The Storm are the third different League Champion in three years as the Bandits won the Championship in 2007 & 2008, the Menasha Macs won the Championship in 2009 and now the Storm have their first championship.  Teams will already be prepping for the 2011 season, we look forward to having you out to our ballparks and enjoying NEWBL baseball.

Championship on the Line as Legends ties Series at 1-1

The Legends returned favor tonight, shutting out the Green Bay Storm 7-0.  This will make tomorrows game in Green Bay a winner take all.  Come on out to VanderPlas Field at Green Bay Southwest High School at 7:30 tomorrow night to see the final game of the 2010 NEWBL season!  The show down of the top 2 teams in the league this season, Green Bay and Appleton.  Regardless of the outcome, the League will get is third different champion in three years.

Storm Opens Championship Series with Big Win

The Green Bay Storm routed the Appleton Legends 15-5 in the NEWBL championship series opener on Wednesday night at VandenPlas Field.  Michael Robbins earned the win in 6+ innings for the Storm, which set the tone with five runs in the second inning.  Leading hitters were Doug Coe (3-for-4, two RBIs), Justin Sizemore (3-for-4, two doubles, two RBIs), Zak Hilbert (2-for-3, two RBIs), Adam Kilp (3-for-6, three RBIs) and Rob Coe ( 2-for-6, double).  The second game of the best-of-three series is at 7:30 tonight at Ninehaus Field in Appleton.

It's Storm/Legends for Championship...

The Green Bay Storm scored three runs in the sixth inning to take down the Menasha Macs 4-2 in the deciding game of the Northeastern Wisconsin Baseball League semifinals at VandenPlas Field.   With the Storm trailing 2-1 in the sixth, Justin Sizemore tied the game with an RBI single and Zak Hilbert put Green Bay ahead for good with a two-run single.  Jon Rupno started the scoring for Green Bay with a solo home run.  Garrett Scray allowed three hits and struck out four to get the win and Gunnar Eastman retired three straight in the ninth inning for the sav

Legends Advance, Macs Ties Series

The Appleton Legends eliminated the Sheboygan A's, winning their best of three series 2 games to 1 after a 7-4 win on Monday night.  At the same time, Menasha defeated Green Bay 7-2, tying that series at one game apiece.  The deciding game will be held tonight at Green Bay with the winner advancing to take on the Legends in the Championship Series.

Sheboygan Evens Up Series 1-1; GB/Menasha Rained Out

The Sheboygan A's  defeated the Legends 9- 6, tying the series at a game each and forcing  Game 3 tonight (Monday) at 7:30 in Appleton.  The Green Bay and Menasha contest was rained out will play today (Monday) at Koslo with Game 3 on Tuesday at Green Bay if needed.

Green Bay, Appleton Open Playoffs with Wins

The Green Bay Storm opened up the playoffs with a 4-2 win over the Menasha Macs on Saturday followed by an Appleton Legends 15-5 win over the Sheboygan A's. Each leads their respective series 1-0 with the second games planned for this afternoon if Mother Nature cooperates.

Bandits Eliminated as A's Win Game 1, 4-0

The Sheboygan A's defeated the DePere RiverBandits by a score of 4-0 in Game one of their Friday night doubleheader, effectively ending the Bandits 2010 season.  The A's advance as the 3rd seed in the NEWBL Playoffs and will play Appleton while Menasha claims the #4 seed and will play Green Bay, the League's top seed.  The Bandits would like to thank everyone associated with the organization, from players to fans for their continued dedication.  Though the season may not have ended as well as it could have, know that it nine months, the Bandits will take the field again, this

Bandits Wrap Up Regular Season with Win, Now Wait

The Bandits wrapped up the 2010 regular season with a 9-1 win over the De Pere RiverBandits.  Miles Mayer picked up the win with seven solid innings of work.  Stewart Larson was 5x5 on the evening and fell just one hit short of tying Joe Borchardt's record of hits in a game.  Borchardt was 6x6 in the Bandits second game ever back in 1998.  Nat Richter was 3x4 and continued hitting at his torrid pace and Sam Spurney added another pair of doubles, giving him 17 on the season.  The Bandits must now wait to see if DePere can sweep Sheboygan in a DH on Friday night.

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