Clinton batted around in an inning twice and pounded 22 hits Tuesday in a 15-3 Midwest League rout at Wisconsin.
Winning their fourth straight game, the LumberKings built a 3-0 lead through two innings before breaking the game open by scoring four times in the third inning adding five more in the fifth to open a 12-1 advantage.
In the third inning, Yojhan Quevedo belted a two-run double and Gareth Morgan had a two-run home run among four hits.
An inning later, Quevedo extended a 7-1 lead with a run-scoring double before Kristian Brito and Morgan belted back-to-back homers.
Anthony Jimenez and Quevedo each had four hits for Clinton, which had six players record multi-hit games.
Nick Wells earned his first win of the season on the mound for the LumberKings, allowing four hits over 5.2 innings while striking out seven batters and walking two.