The Sheboygan A’s haven’t had a no-hitter since 2018.
This year, they’ve got two.
Sheboygan native Jared Reklaitis, who pitched at UW-Milwaukee, was the latest to get one when he struck out 10 in a 10-0 victory over Kenosha in six innings on June 19.
“He just overpowered them,” manager Tim Moyer said. “They couldn’t touch his fastball and they had no idea on his slider or two-seam fastball. He was in control.”
In May, Brad Rindfleisch had the first no-hitter.
The last time Sheboygan had two in one season was also in ’18.
Entering play this weekend, Sheboygan was 5-1 in the Northeastern League, good for a half-game lead over Green Bay.
The A’s won their sixth straight game on Wednesday, as UW-Stout’s Jacoby Endreas (four) and Upper Iowa’s Sage Stellmacher (three) combined for seven runs batted in.
Last Tuesday, Endreas’ single to right field in the bottom of the ninth gave his team a 5-4 victory over Appleton. Sheboygan trailed by three in the seventh.