BUCKS DROP GAME DESPITE OUT-HITTING OPPONENT
July 30, 2009
WAUSAU- The Bucks had trouble putting runs on the board Wednesday night despite hitting two more runs than the Woodchucks, losing 6-1.
The Bucks had six hits on the night, while the Woodchucks only hit four. The Bucks were unable to capitalize on two doubles hit by Pat Stover and Adrian Williams. Second Baseman Zach McCool put the only run up in the fifth inning.
Pitcher Scott Williams started the game against the Woodchucks, taking the mound for five innings and giving up four runs.
The Bucks stay in Wausau Thursday night, facing the Woodchucks for a 6:05 game. They travel back to Riverfront Stadium Friday for a 7:05 match-up against the Madison Mallards. Friday is Baseball Card Night powered by Stratton Charters and Courier Communications; the first 750 kids receive a set of 2009 baseball cards. It’s also Wolf Realtors and KWWL Night; tickets can be picked up at their locations.