The Milwaukee Brewers affiliates played six games on Wednesday, and they split them 3-3. Let’s see who did what at each level…
San Antonio Missions (15-11) vs. Iowa Cubs (16-10)
No wins for the Milwaukee Brewers Triple-A affiliate on Wednesday, but not all was bad in the 6-1 and 3-2 losses.
In game one, Lucas Erceg drove in his team’s only run in the seventh. Erceg now has 13 RBIs on the season and is hitting .277 with a .954 OPS.
Zack Brown got the loss, his third of the season after going 4 2/3 innings and giving up six runs with five walks.
In game two, Milwaukee Brewers top prospect Keston Hiura had a solo home run, his eighth of the year in the first inning. Spangenberg scores in the fourth on a wild pitch after getting a single and a stole a base. The only other hit for San Antonio was a single for Tyler Saladino.
Burch Smith went five innings, giving up three runs in the loss.
The Missions wrap the series up tomorrow with the Cubs.
Biloxi Shuckers (13-13) vs. Pensacola Blue Wahoo (17-9)
The Shuckers reached base 16 times with seven hits and nine walks as they got the victory in the opener.
Johan Belisario got his first victory of the season, going five innings while giving up two hits.
Weston Wilson had a hit in the game, his 27th this season, as he is hitting .293 with an .957 OPS on his way to Southern League Player of the Month.
Class A Advanced
Carolina Mudcats (13-11) vs. Salem Red Sox (12-14)
The Mudcats tried to mount a comeback but fell in game three on the series 8-5.
Rob Henry continued to hit well as he got another hit on Wednesday and stole his second base of the season.
Mudcats finish up the series tomorrow with the Red Sox.
Wisconsin TimberRattlers (12-12) vs. Lansing Lugnuts (11-14)
The TimberRattlers started game one of their double header yesterday 6-0 and ended up pulling out the victory 8-3.
Chad McClanahan lead the offense with three hits, three RBIs and scored twice, once on a solo home run in the fifth.
Reese Olson got his first win of the season, going five innings, giving up three runs in the game.
In game two the Rattlers keep the train going, getting the win in a 2-2 victory.
Scott Sunitsch was great in the contest, pitching 6 1/3 innings, giving up just five hits and one run, while striking out five. His offense gave him just enough to get the win.