Brad Rindfleisch recently threw the 12th no-hitter in the history of the Sheboygan A’s baseball team.
It came in a 23-0 five-inning victory over Ashwaubenon in the season-opening Play Ball Championship.
“He just over-powered them,” A’s manager Tim Moyer said.
“He was throwing hard and they only put three balls in play the whole game.”
Twelve of the 15 outs came on strikeouts, and Moyer started to count after the first inning and discovered the opponent hit only 12 fouls balls the rest of the game.
“So every time they swung, they basically missed,” he said. “He was electric.”
The last time Sheboygan tossed a no-hitter was in 2018, when the A’s did it in two consecutive games compliments of Taylor Schwarz and Brady Nehring.
North graduate Mitch Gardner holds the team record with two no-hitters in his career.
The 23 runs scored in the game was the fifth-most in A’s history – 27 is the record – and Brady Zackrison finished with five hits.