Reimold hits homer
OAKLAND – Nolan Reimold, a former Bowling Green Falcon, hit a three-run home run for Baltimore in
Oakland’s 9-4 win over the Orioles Saturday. It was his sixth homer of the season. He entered the game
as a defensive replacement.
He was 1-for-3 on Sunday against the A’s and is hitting .280.
Badenhop has strong outing
MIAMI – Burke Badenhop, from Perrysburg High School and Bowling Green State University, pitched 2 1/3
innings of solid relief Saturday helping Florida down San Francisco, 5-4.
Badenhop came on in relief of starter Andrew Miller with two out and the bases loaded in the sixth
inning, but got Juan Uribe on a ground ball to first base to end the inning.
"It was nice that there were two outs," Badenhop said of relieving Miller with the bases full.
"When I saw Uribe up next, I figured I was probably coming in. I was going to attack the strike
zone, that was my game plan.
"It was tough for me because I go to the rosin bag a lot. But the rosin bag was soaked."
Badenhop walked one and did not allow a hit in his outing.
In his last three appearances, covering 12 1/3 innings, Badenhop has allowed just one earned run on six
hits and three walks with five strikeouts.
For the season. his earned-run average is 3.86 covering 32 2/3 innings and he has 24 strikeouts.
Hillman honored again
Bowling Green senior Stephanie Hillman, who maintains a perfect 4.0 grade-point average, majoring in
dietetics, was named to the ESPN The Magazine second-team Academic All-District Team.
Hillman was the Falcons’ top runner in the 10,000 meters this season, finishing third at the All-Ohio
Championships with a time of 38:42.08.
Royal Open planned
The Elmwood golf teams are hosting the second annual Royal Open on June 28 at Birch Run Golf Course in
It will be a four-person scramble, which includes 18 holes with a cart, lunch and prizes, with a shotgun
start at 8 a.m. The cost is $60 a person ($240 per team) and the deadline to register is June 20. All
monies raised will be used to support the boys and girls golf teams.
For information, please call Michele Story at (419) 288-2862.
Reimold hits homer