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Booyah can't recover from rough first inning

Green Bay Booyah starter Avery Stevens faced just five batters Tuesday and failed to record an out. The first six batters for Wisconsin Rapids all touched home plate as the Rafters cruised to a 15-1 victory. The Green Bay staff mixed hard contact with bouts of wildness, leading to four walks in the opening frame alone.


On offense, Green Bay was once again led by Nick Kreutzer out of Arkansas Pine-Bluff, who finished the day 2-for-3 with a double. Collin Kleffman and Nick Santoro each provided singles in the eighth, but nothing came of it. The Booyah only had four total hits off of the Rafters staff.


Wisconsin Rapids has already clinched a home playoff series. Green Bay falls to 16-21, which is still good enough for second place in the East.

 

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