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Woodchucks homer twice, crush Booyah 11-1

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July 14th, 2020

Contact: Mitch Montani, Radio & Broadcasting Intern

baseball@woodchucks.com

Woodchucks homer twice, crush Booyah 11-1

GREEN BAY, WI – The Woodchucks evened the season series against Green Bay on Tuesday night, besting the Booyah 11-1. The Woodchucks hit two home runs in the effort, and set a new season-high for runs scored in a game.

Adam Frank started the Wisconsin scoring in the second inning, plating Nick Romano with a sacrifice fly. The very next inning, Brandon Seltzer collected his first home run of the season. At the time, the solo shot gave Wisconsin a 2-1 lead. The Chucks would go on to score nine more runs, including five in the sixth inning. Isaiah Mirabel, Adam Frank, and Kyle Hess each collected RBI singles during the inning.

In the ninth inning, the Woodchucks added four more runs. Cael Baker, appearing as a pinch hitter, connect for his first home run of the season. The two-run shot gave Wisconsin a lead of 9-1. The Chucks would end up scoring two more runs.

The pitching for Wisconsin was excellent in the game. Bobby Vath allowed the only Green Bay run during his start, lasting four innings and striking out four. Nick Marshall collected the win with his three scoreless innings of relief. Nate Madej and Logan Savell also appeared in the game for Wisconsin, keeping the Booyah off the board.

Top Performers

Nick Romano went 3-5 in the game, with a double and two runs scored.

Adrian Mella was also 3-5 with a double.

Nick Marshall collected the win for the Chucks, tossing three scoreless innings of relief.

Next Up

The Woodchucks will play Green Bay at home tomorrow. First pitch is set for 6:35. For tickets, call us at 715.845.5055, stop by our front office, or visit woodchucks.com.

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