Green Bay, WI – Loggers shortstop Mason McCoy (Iowa) picked up his 107th hit of the season in the 7th inning of a 7-4 loss to the Green Bay Bullfrogs on Thursday night at Joannes Stadium, tying him with former Waterloo Buck Luis Rivera for the most hits in a single season. Rivera set the mark in 1995.
In a back-and-forth game early on, Green Bay led 3-2 heading the home half of the sixth when they broke it open with three runs to give them a 6-2 lead that they would never relinquish.
Loggers starter Nolan Gromacki (Missouri) took the loss after surendering three runs on six hits over five innings of work while walking only one and striking out five.
Both the Loggers and Bullfrogs tallied eleven hits on the night. Four different Loggers had two-hit nights including Brock Lundquist (Long Beach State), Jordan Pearce (Nevada), Alex Merritt (North Florida) and Luis Trevino (Navarro JC).
The loss dropped the Loggers to 19-15 in the second half and 38-30 overall.
The same two teams will meet in the series finale on Friday night again at Joannes Stadium for a 7:05 p.m. first pitch. Air time on the Loggers Radio Network is set for 6:30 with John Pappadopolous and the Mountain Dew KickStart Pre-Game Show.