Bad Homburg Hornets – Buchbinder Legionaere Regensburg 0-12 (7), 6-14
The Buchbinder Legionaere Regensburg improved to 10-2 for the season with a pair of wins on the road against the Bad Homburg Hornets. In game one Mike Bolsenbroek struck out eight in seven scoreless three-hit innings to lead Regensburg to a 12-0 shutout. He allowed just five base runners overall in the game. In the second contest the Buchbinder Legionaere offense couldn’t do much in the first four innings, but scored in each of the remaining five frames to seal a 14-6 win. Boris Bokaj got the win in relief of Justin Kuehn. Peter Wiggins took the loss. Bad Homburg’s Mike Otto hit a two-run homerun in the ninth.
Gauting Indians – Mainz Athletics 6-11, 1-15 (8)
Even without Jan-Niclas Stöcklin the Mainz Athletics swept a doubleheader against the Gauting Indians on Sunday. In game one Mainz used a seven-run rally in the seventh to overcome a 3-6 deficit en route to an 11-6 win. Mike Larson highlighted the big inning with a two-run homerun. Martin Matlacki also went deep for the A’s. Matti Emery hit two homeruns for Gauting. In the second match Mainz cruised to an easy 15-1 win in eight innings. Pat Haugen dominated on the mound with twelve strikeouts in seven innings. Larson finished the day with five hits and four RBI overall.
Heidenheim Heidekoepfe – Mannheim Tornados 5-4 (10), 9-1
The Heidenheim Heidekoepfe are back on track towards the playoffs, defeating the Mannheim Tornados twice on Sunday. In game one the Heidekoepfe needed a walk-off RBI double by Michael Weigl in the bottom of the tenth to drive in Simon Guehring for the winning run in a 5-4 win. Heidenheim overcame a 0-4 deficit in the process. In the second game Matt Gaski opened with a homerun and laid the groundwork for a 9-1 win by the Heidekoepfe. Robert Gruber added a three-run homerun. Dusty Bergman gave up just three hits in seven innings for the win. Weigl reached base in each of his five plate appearances.
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