Muskegon Clippers lose first game of series in Canada, fall to 8-11 on season

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The Muskegon Clippers fell to the St Clair Green Giants 10-2 om Wednesday in Windsor, Ontario.

Bryce Kelley took the loss on the mound, throwing four innings while allowing six runs (three earned) and striking out three.

Scott Bean threw the final four innings in relief, allowing four runs and striking out five batters.

Kelley was a bright spot for the Clipper offense, slugging a home run and accounting for three of the Clippers’ six hits. Jimmy Roche, Tyler Trovinger and Jacob Buchberger each had one hit on the evening.

Muskegon fell to 8-11 on the season and sits in a tie for third place in the Great Lakes League’s Northern Division, five games out of first place.

The two teams will play the final game of the series Thursday night.

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