The Jordan Brewers didn’t let the poor weather slow them down.
Jordan had three straight games cancelled because of the weather last week but this weekend’s beautiful weather let them get back on the field with three games in four days.
The Brewers won all three of those games to stay undefeated on the season and improve its record to 5-0.
Jordan defeated Henderson 7-0 on Friday night. On Saturday, they topped the Milroy Yankees 12-2 and capped it off with a 4-1 win against St. Peter on Monday. All three games were played at the Mini-Met.
In the win against St. Peter, Brewers pitcher Nate Beckman held the Saints to just four hits in eight innings to earn the win.
While Beckman was mowing’em down, the offense pounded out 11 hits and four runs.
Jordan jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the second inning when Jonathan Draheim drove in Scott Hollingsworth and Micheal Vohnoutka with a two-out single.
St. Peter scored its only run of the game in the sixth inning but Jordan answered with a run in the sixth and eighth innings to win 4-1.
In the 12-2 win against Milroy, Adam Kalal went 3 for 3 with three runs scored and two RBIs to lead the Brewers.
The game was tied 2-2 after the first inning. Jordan went up 5-2 in the sixth and put the game away with a seven-run, seventh inning.
Beckman and Vohnoutka also had three hits in the win.
Jacob Allen and Dillon Lee combined to throw a 4-hit shutout for the Brewers in the 7-0 win against Henderson. Allen pitched the first six innings and Lee finished with the last three.
Nate and Steve Beckman both had three hits for the Brewers.