Schulzes qualify for father-son World Series
Brian Schulze and Tyler Schulze played baseball in the Chicago regional qualifier for the father-son World Series.
The team was from Terre Haute, and sponsored by Wabash Valley Animal Hospital & Volkers Group.
Brian, 49, is a Sullivan resident and insurance agency owner.
Tyler, 25, lives in Plainfield.
They both compete in the Indianapolis MSBL and Brian also plays in the Terre Haute MSBL.
The Terre Haute squad lost in the semi-final round on Sunday to the TSP Cubs 4-2, a team they had defeated in pool play.
They went 3-1 in pool play, with wins of 12-3 over the Schaumberg Yankees, 15-9 over the Racine Dodgers and 7-3 over the TSP Cubs.
Their one loss was to the eventual champion Mudville Rippers, 12-3.
Tyler led the team with a .467 batting average (7-for-15), and in runs scored (six), and added three RBIs.
Brian hit .417 (5 of 12) with three RBI and three runs scored. He pitched one scoreless inning.
The team qualified for the father-son World Series, which will take place in November in Phoenix, Arizona.