Shockers lay the lumber on Millers
Starting pitcher Jason Burg did what he could to stem the barrage of Shocker bats in a 15-2 Millers' loss Saturday night to the Wadena-Deer Creek Shockers.
Burg kept New York Mills in the game for six innings plus before the Shockers put the pedal down, blowing up for nine runs in the final three frames.
"There was more than one play that we could have made tonight," Miller Tim Reynolds said from the dugout.
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