The 2004 Northwoods League All-Star Game will take place tonight in Wausau, Wisconsin. Four members of the Waterloo Bucks will be playing for the South Division. UNI pitcher Kory Kelchen was selected but will not play as he recovers from surgery that was done recently to his right wrist. Things have changed dramatically for the Bucks in the second half of the season. After an up and down first half which saw them finish 5th in the South Division, six games back of Division champion La Crosse, Waterloo iscurrently tied for first place at 6-2 going into the All-Star break. All-Star representative Collin Shocky from the University of Nebraska likes the way things have turned around in the second half. He says they’re putting it together and playing really good baseball.Phillip Hawk, who is tied for the league lead in homers and second in RBI, feels the team is living up to expectations. Following the All-Star break Waterloo will play 15 of its final 24-gamesat home.
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