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Bucks win season opener 9-2 over St. Cloud

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The Waterloo Bucks won their season opener despite getting just 3 hits and committing 4 errors. But the Bucks took advantage of 7 walks by St. Cloud pitching and 4 errors by the Rox. The Bucks blew the game wide open with 5 runs in the third inning. Waterloo played the game despite high waters at Riverfront Stadium that completely flooded the parking lot.

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