Green Bay, 5-7, try to get back on winning track as they face Woodchucks for first time
Ashwaubenon, WI – The Green Bay Booyah return to Capital Credit Union Park for three out of their next four games as they open up a four-game series against the Wisconsin Woodchucks.
The Booyah were unable to get the bats moving yesterday in a 3-0 loss at Wisconsin Rapids. Green Bay was shut out for the first time this season, with Max Wagner being the only player to reach third base for the Booyah on Sunday afternoon. Wagner has upped his batting average to .273 on the season, starting in three consecutive games.
Inside the Wisconsin-Illinois pod, the Booyah currently sit two games back of Rockford, who holds a 7-5 overall record. On the opposite side of the division, the Woodchucks are in last place at 3-8, although they come into Green Bay after winning 8-7 in extra innings against the Rivets yesterday.
On the mound, freshman right-hander Harrison Cook takes the mound for the third time this season in a Booyah uniform. Cook has gone six innings so far this year, sitting at a 6.00 ERA and holding a 1.50 WHIP. Green Bay’s pitching staff has a 5.55 ERA, which ranks in the middle of the Wisconsin-Illinois pod.
Photos provided by Justin Nuoffer.
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