Another lopsided game tonight in Munich-Haar. This one may have been even more lopsided than yesterday’s one. Draci Brno needed only seven innings to seal the Disciples fate. Not only were the Disciples outscored 15-0, they were also outhit 20-6.
In the first two innings Markus Dierolf kept Draci in check rather well and in the bottom of the second inning the Disciples had a chance to score a run with Ty Eriksen at third base, but Bruno Aurnhammer flied out to right field to become the final out of the inning.
In the next frame, the Czechs had their first big inning of the game. Arnoust Dubovny led off the inning with a solo homerun, followed by Jakub and Adam Hajtmar with a double and a single that drove in the second run for Brno. Back-to-back doubles by Martin Schneider and Premek Chroust drove in two more runs to conclude the inning.
After a three run fourth inning, Brno stepped on it once more in the fifth. A single, a double and a HBP loaded the bases before Jakub Hajtmar hit a bases clearing single to right field. Three singles and a double drove in three more runs in that inning for Brno, to give them a 13-0 lead.
After a two run sixth, Brno cooled off and did not score in the seventh. After Munich-Haar did not score in the seventh inning, the game was over due to the mercy rule.
Radim Chroust did pitch five innings for the win. Gabriel Sandersius, who pitcher the remainder of the seven innings in which he gave up one hit, walked one and fanned one.
Markus Dierolf took the loss after three innings and two hitters faced in the fourth. Dierolf gave up six runs on seven hits, walked two and struck out one.
Jakub Hajtmar and Premek Chroust both went 4 for 5 for Brno. Only Chroust drove in five and didn’t score himself, while Hajtmar drove in four and scored four runs himself.