By: Pat Mullen
Wisconsin Rapids, Wisc. – Wisconsin Rapids had their ace on the mound to try and slow down Battle Creek, but it was their offense that led them to the win, 12-5.
Keelin Rasch stole the show for WRR as he set the Rafters record with 19 doubles on the season. He finished the day with two doubles, a grand slam and seven RBIs.
On the mound was Domenic Mazza, who went 6+ innings in another solid start.
The offense was led by Brendan Collins (Columbus State) who was batting in the leadoff position today. Collins had two hits, three runs scored and got on base four times.
The Bombers road trip was split even at 2-2 as Battle Creek heads back to C.O. Brown for the final two home games of the season.
They face off with the Madison Mallards tomorrow, first pitch at 7:05 ET.