Category Archives: Wisconsin Timber Rattlers

Early 10-run inning helps Bees coast to 16-4 win over Cougars

The Burlington Bees scored 13 runs in the first four innings — including 10 in the 2nd inning — to set the tone early for an easy 16-4 win over the Kane County Cougars on Sunday. All nine players in … Continue reading

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Hunter Greene out for season with elbow sprain

Cincinnati Reds prospect Hunter Greene won’t be lighting up radar guns anymore this season. Greene, whom I saw pitch for the Dayton Dragons against the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers last month, is out for the rest of the season after being … Continue reading

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Dragons dominate Timber Rattlers, win 12-5

The Dayton Dragons scored nine runs after a lengthy rain delay — seven of them in the 6th inning — on their way to beating the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers 12-5 at Fox Cities Stadium. Dragons leadoff man Jose Garcia went … Continue reading

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Loons’ losing streak reaches 13 games

The Lansing Lugnuts beat the Great Lakes Loons 3-1 on Friday, extending the losing team’s loss streak to an unlucky 13 games in a row. The Loons are 0-9 in the second half and 24-53 overall this season. They last … Continue reading

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Midwest League All-Star Game rosters announced

The rosters for this year’s Midwest League All-Star Game were announced Wednesday. The Peoria Chiefs and the Bowling Green Hot Rods have the most All-Star players, with six from each team. The Chiefs have the most starters (three). The game … Continue reading

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