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Bucks drop third straight

Bucks drop third straight

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WATERLOO (KWWL) - The Waterloo Bucks dropped their third straight game on Monday night, 8-0 at the hands of the St. Cloud Rox at Riverfront Stadium.

The Bucks struggled once again at the plate only producing four hits. It maintained a recent trend Waterloo started in losing two over the weekend at Eau Claire--the Bucks have only scored a total of 4 runs in three games. St. Cloud pounded out 12 hits in the win.  The two teams meet again Tuesday night at Riverfront Stadium.

 
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