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Woodchucks: Last-inning comeback prevents doubleheader sweep

12:48 AM, Jun. 12, 2013  |  Comments
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GREEN BAY 4, WOODCHUCKS 1

WOODCHUCKS 5, GREEN BAY 4

At the plate: The Woodchucks scored four runs in their last at-bat to avoid a doubleheader sweep. Jake Peter drove in the winning run to end the seven-inning game, played after the continuation of the season-opening game that was suspended by rain.

On the mound: Game two starter Adam Kramer, of Wausau, allowed three earned runs in six innings. He has a 4.50 ERA over three starts this season. The Woodchucks surrnendured three unearned runs in the first game.

Extra bases: The continuation of the first game began with the Woodchucks up 1-0 in the fourth inning.

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