Honkballers keep maximum score on EK after a big win on the Czech republic
The Dutch honkballers also have the fourth race at the european CHAMPIONSHIPS in their own country. The Czech republic was Monday, no match for the defending champions: 10-0.
Previously, the team of head coach Steve Janssen also too strong for Great Britain (11-1), Germany (10-2) and Russia (3-1).
Orange made the role Monday in seven innings. Kalian Sams was the big man on the Dutch side. The 30-year-old Hagenaar hit three home runs and accounted for a total of seven points.
Already in the first inning hit Sams the ball all over the fence, which he also honklopers Curt Smith and Rogear Bernadina on the thuisplaat piloted.
In the second inning was a single to Smith is good for points of re-Bernadina and Stijn van der meer. After a single homerun of Sams in the third inning he struck in the fifth inning again, with his team-mate Smith and Gianison Boekhoudt on the bases.
On a single of Smith also came Randolph Oduber in the sixth inning still to score (10-0). After a new zero for the Czech republic in the seventh inning was the duel prematurely ended.
After four days, the Netherlands is the world champion of 2011, the only country that is still unbeaten in pool A. In the other group knew Spain all duels have to be won.
Tuesday connect Orange the group stage in Hoofddorp against Sweden. The Czech republic until Monday, still undefeated, stands in Nieuw-Vennep across Germany.