By Alex Strouf
Photo by Steve Schultz

After a three-loss weekend, the De Pere Dodgers rebounded with a win over the Oshkosh Giants on Tuesday, 13-6.

Offensively, the Dodgers found a stride it hasn’t had since June 30th, the last time De Pere scored more than 10 runs.

Noah Robinson provided quite the spark for De Pere’s offense, having four hits, three runs, and one RBI. Hunter Staniske was 3-for-6 with five RBI.

Griffin Summers got the win on the mound, throwing six innings, allowing eight hits, two runs, and striking out five. Robinson allowed four runs in one inning of relief, but Mike Manns came in the eighth and did not allow a hit, walk, or base runner in two innings of work. He struck out five.

The Dodgers offense compiled for 14 hits.

De Pere is back in action on the road on Thursday, July 12, when they travel to Denmark to take on the Devilbears in non-league action. The Dodgers are back home next Tuesday, July 17, for $1 hot dog night.