Le Center pitcher Mike Blaschko catches St. Peter catcher Chris Barnick in a rundown between first and second. (Pat Beck/St. Peter Herald)
St. Peter second baseman Dan Stransky runs to first after hitting a sacrifice bunt. Le Center pitcher Mike Blaschko throws him out at first. (Pat Beck/St. Peter Herald)
Winning pitcher Andy Redning threw a no-hitter through five innings. (Pat Beck/St. Peter Herald)
Jeff Knutson picks up the save, throwing the last two innings. (Pat Beck/St. Peter Herald)
The chase is on
Le Center second baseman Dusty Gibbs chases down a grounder. (Pat Beck/St. Peter Herald)
St. Peter center fielder Travis Helling hits an RBI triple to right that scores shortstop John Landkamer, who also tripled in the first inning. (Pat Beck/St. Peter Herald)
Posted: Wednesday, July 11, 2012 9:45 pm
Updated: 2:34 pm, Fri Jul 20, 2012.
Posted on Jul 11, 2012
St. Peter’s Andy Redning hasn’t been given the opportunity to pitch lately. But when he has been given that opportunity, he has taken full advantage of it.
Redning pitched for the Saints’ over-35 baseball team vs. Le Center on Wednesday, July 11, and for 5 1/3 innings he held the Braves at bay. In fact, Redning didn’t allow a hit. One issue that Redning overcame was his control was a little off, walks started to take a toll by way of pitches thrown and late in the fifth after two consecutive walks.
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Pat Beck is sports editor for St. Peter Herald. He can be reached at 931-8566.
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Wednesday, July 11, 2012 9:45 pm.
Updated: 2:34 pm.