Swamp Donkeys shutout Braves

FROM WSJ STAFF REPORTS

The Swamp Donkeys defeated the Braves 11-0 on Sunday as two pitchers combined to throw a shutout.


In the first inning, the Swamp Donkeys scored two runs when Chase Barnes singled.

The Donkeys put up five runs in the fourth inning.  Derrick Wells, Ken Glanville, Jake Geotz, and Barnes contributed to the explosive inning with runs driven in.


Dan Thomson went four innings for the Donkeys, allowing one hit and no runs and striking out nine.  Derrick Wells threw one inning in relief out of the bullpen.

The Donkeys tallied seven hits.  Barnes and Glanville had two hits each to lead the offense.

The Donkeys are back in action on Sunday, Aug. 9 facing the Renegades in a double header. Game time is to be determined.

Check back with WSJ30.com and will we post the game time when available.

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