Schroeder Fires First No-Hit Game
Pitchers stole the spotlight as the Mic Mac Class “D” Baseball League opened another season at Stodgell Park. Jack Schroeder twirled a seven inning no-hitter as A.K.O scored a 1-0 win over Canada Storage and Leo Innocente gave up only one hit over the seven inning distance as Spee-Dee Auto Wash blanked the Mic Macs 4-0. A total of nine hits were recorded in the two contests. Schroeder, captain of the Fratmen, retired 12 Canada Storage batters in a row before an infield error put a man on first where he remained as the hurler struck out the side. He gave up a walk in the seventh in between strike outs and got the third man on an outfield fly. Over the distance he struck out 15.
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