Clinton 6 Beloit 3 - Tuesday
WP: Dugger (3-1)
LP: Camacho (0-1)
Time: 2:31 (:37 delay)
The final road series of the First Half began with a 6-3 Snappers loss to the LumberKings on Tuesday. Clinton scored three unearned runs in the bottom of the eighth inning that proved to be the difference. The home team has now won nine of the 10 total games of the season series between the Snappers and LumberKings.
Trailing 2-0 after four innings, Collin Theroux hit an equalizing two-run home run, his 10th of the year. Clinton regained the lead in the sixth inning on a solo home run by the Mariners No. 14 prospect Bryson Brigman off Joseph Camacho making his season debut. After an error in the field by the Snappers Edwin Diaz in the eighth, Clinton plated a run on a wild pitch and two more on a single by Gareth Morgan to boost the LumberKings to a 6-2 advantage.
Brandon Bailey went the first five on the hill for Beloit and fanned six Clinton batters. Aside from the home run and losing decision, Camacho retired six of the eight hitters he faced. Miguel Mercedes and Kyle Nowlin each hit two-out doubles in the ninth inning to trim the lead down to three. Mercedes now leads the team with 15 doubles and Nowlin went 2-for-4 with an RBI in his second straight two-hit game.
Box Score: http://www.milb.com/milb/stats/stats.jsp?gid=2017_06_13_belafx_cliafx_1&t=g_box&did=milb&sid=t554
Team Records: Clinton (28-34), Beloit (31-33)
Next Game: Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. vs. Clinton LumberKings at Ashford University Field
Probable Pitchers: Beloit LHP Kyle Twomey (0-0, -.-- ERA) vs. Clinton RHP Brandon Miller (7-3, 3.80 ERA)
The First Half is winding down and the Beloit Snappers are in the thick of the Western Division championship race. See the Snappers pursue the playoffs this June at Pohlman Field through Sunday, June 18th. The Snappers will hand out rally towels on June 16 and this season's first bobblehead of Bruce Maxwell will our giveaway on Father's Day, June 18. Tickets for these events at Pohlman Field and all individual game tickets can be found here.
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