Losing Streak Hits Five Following Loss to Quad Cities

By Jarrah Vella-Wright / Beloit Snappers | August 8, 2017 10:54 PM ET

Quad Cities 5 Beloit 0 - Tuesday

WP: Javier (1-0)

LP: Martinez (4-6)

S: None

Time: 2:35

Attn: 2,686

Beloit have lost their fifth straight after Quad Cities scored three runs in the opening frame and never looked back. The Snappers offence was shutout for a ninth time in 2017, while it's the first time Beloit was swept in a four-game set since doing so against Clinton between August 6th and 9th last year.

Astros prospect Daz Cameron enjoyed a 4-for-4 night, as he got the runs flowing early with a three-run shot to left field. Quad Cities added to their lead with RBI singles in the third and fifth innings as they finished the series by scoring 27 runs on 48 hits in the four games.

Snappers right-hander Seth Martinez lasted only five innings as he allowed a season-high nine hits, striking out six. Sam Sheehan, Joesph Camacho and John Gorman followed in relief, holding the Bandits scoreless through the final three frames of the contest.

Beloit managed only three hits in the series finale, two of which came off the bat of Jesus Lopez who singled in the first inning and then tripled in the fourth. JaVon Shelby struck out for the 148th time this season, tying the single-single franchise record previously set by Matt Olson in 2013 and Justin Higley in 2016.

Box Score: https://www.milb.com/gameday/snappers-vs-river-bandits/2017/08/08/500142#game_state=final,game_tab=box,game=500142

Team Records: Quad Cities (66-46), Beloit (56-56)

Next Game: Thursday at 7:00 p.m. vs. Clinton LumberKings at Pohlman Field

Probable Pitchers: Beloit LHP Kyle Twomey (1-2, 4.64) vs. Clinton RHP Ryne Inman (1-1, 8.40)

The Snappers return home for eight games on Thursday, August 10 against the Clinton LumberKings and Wisconsin Timber Rattlers. Homestand highlights include fireworks on Saturday, August 12 and a Renato Nunez bobblehead giveaway on Sunday, August 13. Tickets for these events at Pohlman Field and all individual game tickets can be found here.

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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