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A Tie in Baseball!?

May 1, 2014
By Justin Bock of Fremont High School



Fremont 5, Lakeland 5

Well, this is the second tie in my coaching career--the first since a 1-1 10-inning tie with Lakewood Park in 2009. This one probably shouldn't have ended this way. After a dramatic comeback (more on that later), the umpires decided it was getting too dark for them to call balls and strikes . . . even though the sky was lighter than it had been for three innings.

Anyway, we did two things better than Lakeland: hit and commit errors. We trailed 5-2 entering the seventh thanks to walking in two runs in the first and committing three consecutive errors allowing two runs in the sixth. Kyler Grange reached on error and Keegan Knotek got his first varsity hit. Following two straight outs, Nate Beatty faced a 1-2. What did he do? Hit a three-run homerun to tie the game. Brice Schueler then shut down Lakeland on ten pitches before the umps called the game.

Brice struck out seven over seven innings while allowing only four hits to earn the . . . tie. Braxton Baker had three hits, while Beatty and Ryan Sichling had two each. Both of Sichling's hits were doubles.

Overall, we need to continue focusing on cleaning up our execution and being precise in all phases of the game. We are currently 6-8-1. Looks like a hockey team's record.


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