Jason Rogers reached base on a two-out double in the bottom of the fourth inning. Rogers was the first Rattler to reach base against Granier. Rogers has reached base on either a hit or a walk in each of the first 11 games of the season for Wisconsin.
The Bees (6-5) broke the scoreless tie with three runs off Rattlers starting pitcher Matt Miller in the fifth. Nick Rickles singled with one out. Royce Consigli's perfectly placed hit-and-run single put runners on the corners. Aaron Shipman was next and his single to right scored Rickles for a 1-0 lead.
Later in the fifth, BA Vollmuth doubled to left-center to send in two runs and the Bees were up 3-0.
Greg Hopkins started the Rattlers (5-6) in their half of the fifth inning with a bunt single. An error on the play moved him to second base. Rafael Neda singled to send Hopkins to third base. Carlos George knocked in Hopkins with a sacrifice fly and cut Burlington's lead to 3-1.
Rickles and Consigli struck again in the top of the seventh. Rickles singled to start the frame. A wild pitch moved him to second base. Then, Consigli tripled to score for a 4-1 Burlington lead.
Stephen Peterson relieved Miller and got the next batter, but an RBI double by Sean Jamieson gave the Bees a 5-1 lead.
Granier allowed a one out single to Neda in the bottom of the seventh, but got a game ending double play to move his record to 2-0.
WP: Drew Granier (2-0)
LP: Matt Miller (0-3)