Milwaukee Brewers Minors: Tough losses lead to a 0-3 night
It wasn’t a good day for anyone in the Milwaukee Brewers organization. Let’s see how bad it was at every level of the Minor League system…
San Antonio Missions (10-8) vs. Oklahoma City Dodgers (7-11)
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Biloxi Shuckers (11-9) vs. Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp (6-14)
Biloxi took an early four run lead but couldn’t hold on to win losing 11-6 to the Jumbo Shrimp.
Alec Bettinger got the start and gave up the first six runs, followed by Marcos Diplan and Devin Williams who gave up another four. Dan Brown and Justin Topa shut down the Jacksonville the last two innings but it was too late.
Michael O’Neill and Weston Wilson led the offense with two hits each, including a home run, a two-run homer for Wilson in the first inning and a solo shot for O’Neill in the second.
Trent Grisham came in as a pitch hitter and stayed in the game, getting a solo homer in in the eighth.
Class A Advanced
Carolina Mudcats (11-9) vs. Myrtle Beach Pelicans (7-13)
The Mudcats lead all game but let it slip away in the ninth inning against the Pelicans, losing 3-2.
Ryan Aguilar was the offensive star of the game, going 3-for-4 with a double and two runs. Tristen Lutz was 1-for-4 with the only RBI of the game.
Noah Zavolas has his best start of the season, going seven innings, giving up just one run on four hits, walked just one and struck out eight. Clayton Andrews made his first appearance of the season, and got the loss after blowing the save against Aramis Ademan.
Carolina finishes the series with the Pelicans Thursday.
Wisconsin Timber Rattlers (7-11) vs. Cedar Rapids Kernels (9-10)
Tough series finale loss for the T-Rats as they fall to the Kernels 4-3.
Milwaukee Brewers first rounder Brice Turang was 2-for-4 with two doubles and scored twice. Turang is now batting .306 for the season and has six doubles on the season.
His infield partner Yeison Coca was 1-for-4 with a single, an RBI, a walk and his fourth and fifth stolen bases of the season.
David Fry was 2-for-5 with two of the three RBIs and had a double himself, his seventh of the season.
Reese Olson went five innings, giving up four runs on eight hits and struck out five. Max Lazar and Michael Mediavilla pitched well in relief going four innings and striking out six.
The TimberRattlers will open their series tomorrow against the Burlington Bees.