(From www.htrnews.com) Twelve hits and a strong pitching effort weren't enough to earn the Manitowoc Bandits a win on Wednesday night.
Matt Phipps did not allow an earned run in seven innings of work and the Manitowoc Bandits used a five-run outburst in the fifth inning to key an 8-2 win over the rival Sheboygan A's at Wildwood Park on Tuesday night.
Phipps scattered eight hits and two walks in evening his record at 4-4 on the year. He also struck out six and forced the A's to strand 11 runners in his seven innings of work.
After dropping a pair of WSL games to second place Kenosha on Saturday, the Bandits regrouped at home on Sunday to win a pair of games by scores of 10-5 and 2-1. Tom Vieau earned the win in game one, pitching six innings and giving up four runs. Brennan Rhode pitched the seventh inning, recording three strikeouts. Sam Spurney led the hitters going 3x4 with a 3-run homerun to cap the scoring in the sixth inning and provide a little insurance for the Bandits.
The Manitowoc Bandits hosted their 11th Annual Christmas in July and entertained the folks from the local Shopko store at Municipal Field on Friday night. The contest was close all night long but the Bandits prevailed by a score of 5-4. Matt Phipps earned a win with three innings of work, following Greg Herr's six inning performance.
The Manitowoc Bandits will be sending pitcher CJ Marx, outfielders Sam Spurney and TC Lee, infielders Nat Richter, Doug Bloom and Brock Wetenkamp and catcher Max Stepan to participate in the Military All-Star Game which is being held at Jo Annes Stadium in Green Bay next Thursday night, July 30th, at 6:35pm at JoAnnes Stadium in Green Bay. The game will feature All-Stars from the Northeastern Wisconsin Baseball League against a travelling team of All-Stars from the various branches of the Armed Forces.
The Oshkosh Giants hit three homeruns off Bandits pitchers on Wednesday evening to defeat the Bandits by a score of 8-6. The Bandits tallied fifteen hits of the Giants pitching staff but managed only six runs on the night. Tom Vieau took the loss on the hill, giving up two earned runs in two innings. Jim Gospodarek made his Bandits debut on the mound and pitched six innings. Chris Krepline finished out the final frame by tossing a scoreless ninth.
The Bandits finished up their four game series by sweeping Little Chute in a road doubleheader by scores of 13-0 and 10-0. Joe Jost picked up his first win in a Bandits uniform in his first start of the season while Matt Phipps picked up his third win. Max Stepan continue to swing a hot bat, finishing the night with five hits while Mike Hall hit a pair of doubles in game one. Doug Bloom, Brock Wetenkamp and Hall were each 3x4 in game one while Brad Liermann was 2x2. The Bandits return home tonight to host the Oshkosh Giants at Municipal Field at 7:30 pm.
(From HTRNEWS.com)The Manitowoc Bandits rebounded from a disastrous eighth inning and plated three runs in the top of the 11th to finish off the Green Bay Storm, 9-6, in Northeastern Wisconsin Baseball League action on Monday.
GREEN BAY, Wis. – The Green Bay Bullfrogs are proud to announce they will host the United States Military All-Stars Baseball Team as they battle All-Stars from the Northeast Wisconsin Baseball League at Joannes Stadium on July 30th at 6:35 p.m. The U.S.
The Manitowoc Bandits stranded the bases loaded twice in the first three innings and managed just one run off Menasha's Jason Werschke in a 3-1 loss in a Northeastern Wisconsin Baseball League game at Koslo Park on Thursday. This evens the season series at two games apiece with each team winning their home contests and leaving the two teams tied for second place in the Northeastern League.