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The Bandits trailed 7-1 after 4 1/2 innings on Tuesday night before rallying to complete a come from behind, walk-off win against the Sheboygan A's by a score of 8-7. The Bandits scored three runs in the bottom of the ninth inning, capped by Cole Wimmer (UW-Oshkosh) scoring on a wild pitch to end the game. Nate Balk (Willamette University, Oregon) picked up the win for the Bandits, tossing two innings of shut-out baseball. Marshall Zahn started and struck out six in 7 innings of work. Offensively, the Bandits were led by Nick Pierre (St.
The Oshkosh Giants plated a run in the top of the first and the Bandits plated a pair in the bottom of the first but it was Mother Nature who was the victor in this contest as the game was called before the start of the second inning. The game will start over at a date to be determined later.
The Appleton Legends defeated the Manitowoc Bandits by the score of 11-2 on Opening Day Tuesday Night. The Legends, playing in their ninth contest of the season, opened up the scoring early with a homerun to lead off the game. The would plate runs all night long, though veteran starter John Hendrick didn't need much support, striking out 11 batters in his seven innings.
The Bandits wrapped up their 2012 season, dropping a makeup game to the Sheboygan A's by a score of 11-1. The Bandits, who replaced 75% of their lineup, were unable to get the bats going as Andrew Doring collected the only hit in the contest, a sixth inning double. Doring would also pick up the loss as he tossed five innings. The team finished the season at the bottom of both the Wisconsin State League and Northeastern Wisconsin Baseball League. Roster issues and team depth will be the focus of upcoming offseason meetings. Overall, the season still provided the
The Menasha Macs used five pitchers to combine for a 5-0 shut out of the Manitowoc Bandits at Menasha's Koslo Park on Friday night. The Macs, who had secured the #4 seed in the NEWBL playoffs, were able to scatter the Bandits seven hits over nine innings by striking out eleven and walking four. Jason McCurry started on the hill for the Bandits and pitched seven innings, walking four and striking out three. Brad Breier and Dustin Johnson each had a pair of hits for the Bandits. The Bandits host the Sheboygan A's on Sunday night at 7:30. It is the final game of 2
The Bandits led 4-3 entering the bottom of the seventh inning but game up six runs to fall to the Storm by a score of 9-5. Bandits starter Atley Gay (Lawrence University) pitched six solid innings, giving up one earned run. Brennan Rhode came on in relief and took the loss as the Bandits committed seven errors on the evening. Marshall Zahn (Ripon College) homered and was 3x5 while Brad Breier (Willamette University) was 3x5 with a double. The Bandits travel to Menasha on Friday night before hosting the Sheboygan A's on Sunday night at 7:30 in their final ga
After scoring in the bottom of the twelfth inning to tie the game at 3-3 on an Evan Ruechel double, the Bandits were required to forfeit the contest after not being able to place nine players on the field of play for the top of the 13th inning per American League rules. When a Bandit was required to leave the game to attend work and upon leaving the field of play, it left the Bandits without the required nine players to continue the contest. The Bandits led the game through eight innings by a score of 2-0 but gave up two runs in the top of the ninth to O
The Bandits' pitchers had a good weekend, stifling the Eau Claire Cavaliers in three of the four games over the weekend at Carson Park in Eau Claire. The Bandits opened up the four game series on Saturday with a 3-0 win behind Marshall Zahn's complete game shutout. Taylor Isadore hit a 2-run homer in the top of the sixth for a pair of insurance runs. Game two on Saturday went to the Cavaliers by a score of 12-0 as every ball in play seemed to find a hole. Sunday's contests were very close but the Cavaliers rallied in each game to win by scores of 3-1 and 6-3. J