Eric Wronsky had the best of times and the worst of times on the Memorial Day game as his rivaled Team Wilson won 7-5.
Wronsky had an explosive offensive day as he went 6-7 with a homer and 2 rbis, yet it wasn't enough to help his own cause
as he allowed 7 runs over 6 innings. His command was shaky as he walked a season high 15 batters. Brett Wilson
pitched 6 stronger innings, although he allowed 11 hits.
"It was just an awful day." Wronsky commented on his pitching performance. "15 walks in one game is simply terrible.
I'm working hard to find my command, but today it just wasn't there."
"I felt strong." Wilson spoke of his day on the mound. "I only stuck with the pitches I knew how to throw
well, that allowed me to not get myself into trouble with finding the plate," as Wilson only allowed 1 walk over 6 innings.
Offense was not a problem for either team. Brett Wilson belted a knee high fastball to center field for the first
official homerun of the season. Eric Wronsky had a teriffic day at the plate as he hit 4 doubles, a triple, and a home
run off of Wilson in the 3rd. Team Wronsky came back from a 4-3 deficit in the 4th from the 2 out single by Brigid Hagan
to tie followed by a single from first-timer Peter Kenny to give Team Wronsky the lead. Wronsky was shaky as usual in
the 5th walking in two runs and allowing the go ahead in the top of the 6th on walks.
The Memorial Day game also featured the debuts of players Elise Dilger, Justin Wilson, brother of Brett, and Peter
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