Milwaukee Brewers Minors: Angel Perdomo picks up win in Biloxi

There were some good wins for the Milwaukee Brewers minor league affiliates tonight.

Triple-A San Antonio

San Antonio Missions (10-8) vs. Oklahoma City Dodgers (7-11)

No game today, the Milwaukee Brewers top affiliate opens a series with the Oklahoma City Dodgers starting Wednesday.

Double-A Biloxi

Biloxi Shuckers (11-8) vs. Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp (5-14)

Biloxi struck first and held on for the 6-4 victory against Jacksonville.

Bruce Caldwell was the only Shucker with multiple hits, going 2-3 with two runs. Only three other players had a hit, but solo shots for Weston Wilson and Cooper Hummel helped keep the lead for the pitching staff.

Bowden Francis got the start, going five innings, giving up three earned with four hits. He had six strikeouts prior to leaving the game. Angel Perdomo got the win after going three innings, giving up five hits but struck out three. Aaron Kurcz got the save in the ninth.

Class-A Advanced Carolina

Carolina Mudcats (11-8) vs. Myrtle Beach Pelicans (6-13)

It was the Mario Feliciano (14th) show in Myrtle Beach as the Mudcats took game one 7-3.

Super Mario was 4-5 with a two run home runs, a double, three total RBIs, and a run. Eddie Silva had two hits, including a solo shot in the fifth inning. Tristen Lutz (4th) was 2-4 with a run. The Payton boys each had a hit in the contest.

The pride of Puyallup, Drew Rasmussen, went 2 2/3 innings giving up one run on two hits and struck out four. Matt Smith got the win after going four innings, while giving up just two runs.

Class-A Wisconsin

Wisconsin Timber Rattlers (7-10) vs. Cedar Rapids Kernals (8-10)

The Rattlers hosted a doubleheader on Tuesday, winning the opening game 9-0 on a beautiful display of pitching by Aaron Ashby (9th), but lost the second game 7-6.

Ashby went five shutout innings, striking out 10 Kernals to pick up the win. Peter Strzelecki allowed the only hit in the game in the sixth inning but Tyler Gillies struck out two in a clean seventh to finish the game.

The offense was led by the combination of David Fry and Yeison Coca, who combined for two home runs and four RBIs. Brice Turang (3rd) reaches base three times (a triple, two walks) in front of Coca and Fry to score two runs and drove in an RBI.

The bottom of the order, Je’Von Ward (23rd), Jesus Lujano and Antonio Pinero were a combined 5-9 with a double, triple, two RBIs and two runs.

In game two Cedar Rapids came out swinging, collecting 13 hits in seven innings and scored all seven runs in the first three and a third innings against Justin Bullock.

Bullock struggled giving up 11 hits, and a walk compared to just three strikeouts. Robbie Hitt, Wilfred Salaman, and Chad Whitmer shut down the Kernals for the last 3 2/3 innings.

Chad McClanahan was good in game two, going 2-2 with a double, two walks, two RBIs and a run. Fry picked up from game one hitting 2-3 with a double, two runs and an RBI.

Turang had another RBI on a double in the second inning.

The Timber Rattlers finish up the series with the Kernals on Wednesday before inviting the Burlington Bees to town.

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