Bees fall to Cedar Rapids 3-1

Catcher Harrison Wenson scored the lone Burlington run absorbing a hit-by-pitch, stealing his base since playing at the University of Michigan in 2017 then scoring on an errant throw by Cedar Rapids.

By Bees Media Relations / Burlington Bees | July 3, 2019 11:55 AM

Cedar Rapids right hander Austin Schulfer held Burlington to four hits and a single run to earn his second win against the Bees this year in a 3-1 Burlington loss. Robinson Pina was good for the home club, allowing a two runs, one earned, on five hits over 4.2 innings. Schulfer was just a bit better. He gave up an unearned run, three hits and a walk, while striking out eight in six innings of work.

 

Bees' catcher Harrison Wenson scored the lone Burlington run when without the benefit of a ball in play. He was hit by a pitch, stole second when Schulfer went into a wind up, and went to third on the play, as Kernels catcher Chris Williams threw the ball into the outfield. Wenson scampered home on a wild pitch. That made the score 1-0 Bees after two innings. It was Wenson's first stolen base since since 2017, during his days at the University of Michigan.

 

Cedar Rapids plated two in the fifth on a single, stolen base, infield out, single and an error. They pushed a single run across in the seventh on a single, steal, wild pitch and a sacrifice fly. Kernels 3-1, and that is how it ended.

 

Jordyn Adams had two of the Bees four hits. Justin Jones and Alvaro Rubalcaba had the others.

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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