Kyle Ruediger smashes his second double to leadoff the bottom of the fourth, sparking a 10 run inning.
New Haven, Mo. – Tuesday afternoon New Haven (7-8) rebounded from Monday’s 9-2 lose to Cuba by pounding Belle in five innings, scoring 17 runs off a combined 14 hits and 10 RBIs, picking up their seventh win on the year (19-1) as they head into tonight's FRC game vs Union.
Kyle Ruediger had a career night at the plate, knocking in two RBIs off two doubles, scoring four runs and ending the night a perfect 3-3 batting.
Ross Seitter picked up is first win on the season, holding Belle to one run on two hits, improving to 1-2 on year.
New Haven gave Seitter a big cushion after scoring four runs in the first after Brandon Carey knocked a two out single giving New Haven an early 4-0 lead.
The Shamrocks headed into the bottom of the fourth leading 9-1 when Ruediger smoked a leadoff double, sparking a 10 run inning for New haven.
New Haven went on to win in five innings 19-1, improving to 7-8 after playing just their second game in two weeks.
This afternoon New Haven play Union and the first of their final two regualr season games. The Rocks are currently 3-2 in conference and have a chance to finish the year with one of the team’s better conference records. First they will have to knock of Union this afternoon then on Monday and their final regualr season game, New Haven will look to redeam themselves after Hermann held off New Haven 5-2 in a non-conference game during the first part of April.
New Haven’s Austin Madden will take mound this afternoon looking to pickup up his sixth win on the season.
Highlights from Tuesday’s win over Belle:
The young freshman Cameron Pritchett had a career high two of three hitting, knocking in one run and scoring twice.
Garrett Schoenfeld went 3-4, scoring three runs.
Brandon Carey gave New Haven an unexpected performance at the plate, with two hits and knocking in three, while scoring once.