Milwaukee Brewers: Affiliates can’t catch a break, go 0-4 on the day

MARYVALE, AZ - FEBRUARY 22: Bubba Derby #75 of the Milwaukee Brewers poses during the Brewers Photo Day on February 22, 2019 in Maryvale, Arizona. (Photo by Jamie Schwaberow/Getty Images)
MARYVALE, AZ - FEBRUARY 22: Bubba Derby #75 of the Milwaukee Brewers poses during the Brewers Photo Day on February 22, 2019 in Maryvale, Arizona. (Photo by Jamie Schwaberow/Getty Images) /

It was not a great day for the Milwaukee Brewers affiliates, with all of them going a combined 0-4 Monday.


San Antonio Missions (7-5) vs. Nashville Sound (3-9)

Missions pitchers gave up 10 runs, including four home runs in the 10-5 series finale against the Sounds.

Bubba Derby started the day with a zero in the first, but a two run home run by old friend Jett Bandy started the rough day for the Missions. Derby would go five innings, giving up six runs on six hits and two home runs. Miguel Sanchez was good in 2 2/3 innings of work, striking out three while only giving up on hit, a solo home run to Matt Davidson. Jon Olczak didn’t fair well in his inning and a third in relief, giving up a three run home run to Willie Calhoun in the ninth inning.

The Missions batters looked good today, smacking 15 hits, including four hits for Tyrone Taylor (29th) And two hits for four others.

Lucas Erceg (8th) has two hits, including a two run home run in the third inning. Top prospect Keston Hiura’s two hits were both extra-base hits, with his first triple of the season and his team-high fifth double.

Corey Ray (2nd) and Jake Hager each got two singles in the game. Mauricio Dubon (5th) was 1-4 with a run and a walk.

The Missions hit the road for a three game series in Memphis.


Biloxi Shuckers (5-6) vs. Pensacola Blue Wahoos (8-3)

Biloxi got in a three run hole early and couldn’t dig out of it, dropping game one of the series 4-3.

Marcos Diplan (17th) was charged with all the Blue Wahoos’ runs, after giving up one out back to back singles, then a home run to Brian Schales in the top of the first inning and then a sacrifice fly in the fourth. Johan Belisario and Luke Barker were amazing in 4 1/3 innings of relief, striking out seven batters without giving up a hit.

C.J. Hinojosa accounted for half of Biloxi’s hits, going 3-4 with a home run and double. Patrick Leonard added two more runs with his double in the sixth. Shuckers hitters struck out 13 times in the game.

Class A-Advanced

Carolina Mudcats (6-6) vs. Fayetteville Woodpeckers (8-4)

If today is any indication of the next seven games, the Mudcats are gonna struggle as they drop game one against the Woodpeckers 6-1.

Bowden Francis went five innings, allowing four runs while striking out seven. Christian Meister didn’t fare much better in his inning and a third, giving up two runs. Cody Beckham struck out three in his 1 2/3 inning.

The Mudcats offense was just one player… outfielder Joantgel Segovia, who was 2-3 with a home run. Segovia also walked, reaching base three times. He is now hitting .390 with a 1.183 OPS.

Segovia leads the team in batting average, slugging percentage, hits, home runs, and is tied for first in four other categories.


Wisconsin Timber Rattlers (5-6) vs. Beloit Snappers (5-6)

Finishing the rough day for the Milwaukee Brewers affiliates is the Timber Rattlers, who lost the opener against the Snappers 3-0.

Four Timber Rattlers collected hits. Leugim Castillo hit his first double of the season, while Brice Turang (3rd), Je’Von Ward (23rd), and Jesus Lujano each got their seventh hit of the season.

Scott Sunitsch pitched well in the loss, going six innings allowing just two hit and one run.

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Let’s hope for a better day tomorrow on the farm for the Milwaukee Brewers.