#1 Corban Van Vuren
#2 Casey Ton
#3 Jack Wildauer
#4 Micah Porter
#5 Riley Tener
#7 Hernan Mejia
#8 Landon Bates
#9 Bryce Miller
#10 Chase Devine
#11 Jesse Spencer
#12 Maddux Hickman
#13 Max Barnes
Bremen played their final game of the 2020 season against Plymouth in the Boys of Summer tournament,
coming away with a 16 to 8 loss.
Casey and Riley both had very good catches of long fly balls in the outfield.
Jack at second went all the way to the right field foul line snagged a grounder and threw to first for the out.
A rocket shot line drive that Landon speared, and threw to an always alert first baseman Maddux for a double play.
Chase got the start and went 4 innings of superb fastballs, dominating the batters, for 3 runs scored, zer000000000 walks, and 3BIGK’s.
Corban threw the next 1/3 inning for 4 runs scored, and 2 walks.
Landon threw the last 2 2/3 innings working the pitches in and out for 9 runs scored, zer0000 walks, 2 HBP (ouch), and 3BIGK’s.
Leading the way with 2 hit games were Jack and Chase.
The JACK/ATTACK featured 1 solid line drive single, one in the gap, fly around the bases triple, for 1 run scored, and 1 RBI. With the latest JACK/ATTACK, he climbed into the elusive 500 club.
Chase/CHASED the ball by the Plymouth team twice on 2 long-long-long singles, 1 long-long-long SAC fly for 1 run scored, and 3 (YES 3) RBI’s. Assuring that he remained in the elusive 500 club.
With 1 hit games were Jesse, Casey, Micah, Corban, Landon, and Max.
The ever improving Jesse, smacked a perfectly placed duck snort single into right field, earned 1 walk for 1 RBI.
Casey continued his sparkpluggyness, with 1 sparkling single for 1 run scored.
Micah 1 power driven gap shot single.
Corban a line drive fireball earned 1 walk for 2 runs scored.
Landon 1 hard hit up the middle grounder earned 1 walk for 2 runs scored and 2 RBI’s, assuring that he remained in the elusive 500 club.
Max a typical MAXIMUM POWER line drive gap shot double for 1 RBI, to achieve entrance into the elusive 500 club.
Maddux and Hernan earned walks.
Maddux with his ever present great eye contact earned a much battled walk.
Hernan earned a walk, and flew (I mean flew) around the bases for 1 run scored.
Bryce and Riley each had QUALITY at bats, fighting hard, as they always did.