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Willmar's Hutton Moyer rounds third after his three-run homer and is congratulated by manager Drew Saberhagen during the second inning of the Stingers’ game against Waterloo on Wednesday at Bill Taunton Stadium in Willmar. Tribune photo by Ben Brewster

Stingers pound Bucks with 22-hit attack


WILLMAR — 0-for-3 and 0-for-4 are commonplace in baseball. But 0-for-9? 

That’s exactly what happened to Willmar infielder Hutton Moyer in his first game with the team two-and-a-half weeks ago, a 16-inning Stingers’ win at Rochester on June 22.

Since then, the Pepperdine sophomore has recorded four multi-hit games, including two hits — one a three-run home run — and four RBIs in the Stingers’ 15-4 win over the Waterloo Bucks on Wednesday at Bill Taunton Stadium.

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Ben Brewster

Ben Brewster covers the Willmar Stingers and other area sports, as well as laying out the daily sports section cover for the West Central Tribune. Follow him on Twitter @benbrewster.

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