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Mallards win in Green Bay, 6-3

Published On: Jul 16 2014 10:13:29 PM CDT
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GREEN BAY -

Pete Alonso homered and drove in three runs as the Madison Mallards defeated the Green Bay Bullfrogs 6-3 in a Northwoods League game at Johannes Stadium in Green Bay Wednesday night.

Alonso hit his fourth homer of the season in the seventh - a two-run shot- to break a 3-3 tie to give the Mallards the lead for good.

Alonso went two-for-four with three runs batted in.

Connor Marabell had three hits for the Mallards.

Nate Hoffman (1-2) got the win in relief. Tim Black pitched a perfect ninth inning for his 15th save.

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