NLA Game 7, May 13, 18

Challengers 10014032213180
Eagles 100001200464
W: Haltmeier, S. L: Probst, Y.

Haltmeier dominates former team in 13-4 win

In his first game back in Lucerne, Stefan Haltmeier stymied his former team, tossing seven solid innings for the win in Game 1 against the Eagles.

Haltmeier switched teams in the offseason, and now leads his new team with a 2-0 record and an ERA of 3.38.

Robert Sedin went 4-for-6, including two doubles, and collected four RBIs, Leonel Sosa hit his first homer with the Challengers and added two singles, and Luigi Cinardi hit three singles and scored a game-high three runs in a 13-4 win.

The Challengers went ahead 6-1 after five innings against starter Yanick Probst and never relinquished that lead, scoring in all of the last three innings.

Game notes
Thomas Burger struck out in the fifth inning in what was his 300th at-bat in the NLA. Burger also struck out in the 6th inning for the franchise's 5'000th strikeout. ...Cinardi singled in his 150th NLA plate appearance in the 5th inning. ...The win was the Challengers' 60th against the Eagles since 1994, the most against any current opponent in the NLA.