Muskegon Clippers split doubleheader with visiting Lima on Tuesday

The Muskegon Clippers split their doubleheader with the visiting Lima Locos at Marsh Field on Tuesday.

The Clippers dropped the opener 10-5 but answered in Game 2 with a 5-1 win.

Muskegon pitcher Logan Wynalda threw for the win in the nightcap, going five and a 1/3 innings on seven strikeouts, six walks, four hits and one earned run.

Billy Heil entered in relief and went one and 2/3 innings, giving up one hit for the Clippers.

Noah Marcoux reaches third base for Muskegon. Photo/Leo Valdez

Leading Muskegon at the plate was Miko Rodriguez with a pair of hits, Tre Jones hit a single and had two RBI while Noah Marcoux had a single and an RBI. 
Marcoux currently leads Muskegon with 37 RBI and a .457 batting average. 

The Clippers captured Game 2 off a two-out second inning rally that produced four runs. 
The opener was doomed by a five-run sixth inning from Lima. 
Marcoux led Muskegon with two hits and two RBI while Chase Bessard had two hits and an RBI. 
Muskegon is now 13-12 on the season, and is currently 6.5 games behind league leading Sandusky.

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