News and Announcements
No announcements have been posted yet for West Allis NATIONALS Baseball.
The Redlegs Baseball Club officially disbanded today, creating openings in the Nationals schedule. The Nationals are credited with 4 more victories as a result of the Redlegs departure, but will seek alternative opponents to fill the void. At this time, there will be NO GAMES PLAYED ON SUNDAY JULY 8.
The game versus the West Bend Benders has been rescheduled for MONDAY JULY 16, 7:30PM AT WEST BEND. More details will be offered this weekend.
Seven members of the West Allis Nationals were named to the South Division All Star Team this evening. Pitcher: Jim Dettman First Base: Mike Czarnecki Second Base: Chris Kaebisch Shortstop: Mark Van Hart Third Base: James Herkowski Outfield: Joe Reisinger Outfield: Jake Koutnik For complete statistics, please reference our "Stats" page. The All Star Game will be played at Simmons Field at 7:00pm on Wednesday July 4.
The Nationals jumped out to an early 5-0 lead in route to a 20-1 victory over the Cajuns Sunday nite at Zirkel Field. Mike Czarnecki hit a triple and homer for 3 RBI and Mark Van Hart added 3 RBI of his own as the team improved to 6-0. The team continued its success in game two, prevailing by a score of 9-5. Brian Gibson and Mark Van Hart led the way with two hits each and Nick Kibler picked up his third win of the year. For complete stats please see appropriate page on this site.
The Nationals' offense broke loose for 26 runs in a doubleheader sweep of Jo-Cats Pub, prevailing by scores of 15-5 and 11-0. The team now stands at 5-0 in league play and 8-1 overall. Mike Czarnecki led the way in game 1 with 5 hits and 2 RBI, while Mark Van Hart added 2 hits and 4 RBI. Tim Spata and Nick Kibler combined on a shutout in game 2. The Nationals cruised from the start, scoring 7 runs in the first inning to break the game open. Joe Reisinger led team with three hits, including 2 triples, and 4 RBI. For a complete game breakdown and stats please see the appropriate page on this site.