The Eagles then won it in the ninth. Siedlecki scored on a Raillys Orengo, one-out single.
Orengo, Brian Langbein, Davis and Siedlecki all had two hits for Aberdeen.
Siedlecki pitched six and two-third innings, alowing two runs, on three hits and three walks. He stuck out six. Ryan Feathers came on in relief to pitch the final two and third innings. Feathers allowed no runs on a hit and walk, while striking out three.
The Eagles also won on Friday, beating Havre de Grace (3-3, 4-4), 14-2, in the first Cal Ripken Sr. “Fight for the Fungo” game.
This memorial game will be played each year between the Aberdeen Eagles and the Havre de Grace Warriors. The “Fight for the Fungo” game will always be played in Aberdeen (Eagles being the home team). Each year, the winning team will be awarded an antique fungo bat in Cal Sr.’s honor, which was used at the Cal Ripken Sr. Baseball School back in the early 1990s.