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18-year old Hedbert Perez makes his debut for the 61-41 Carolina Mudcats, batting second and playing center field. It’s a big week hosting the 57-45 Delmarva Shorebirds:

 

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Per wibadgers23’s post, first round pick (15th overall) Sal Frelick makes his High-A debut, leading off and playing center field for the Timber Rattlers, who host the Beloit Snappers this week:

 

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Some wild ones tonight...

 

Carolina offense had a great game tallying nine runs with Tyler Black (3-5, 2 2B), Alex Binelas (3-5, 2B, HR) and Wes Clarke (2-4, HR) leading the charge. Unfortunately Delmarva put up eighteen runs of their own, though LF Noah Campbell pitched a scoreless 9th to go along with his 2-4 at the plate. Ohtani who?

 

Wisconsin prevailed 8-7 in a true team effort with everyone except Ashton McGee notching a hit (though Ashton still managed to contribute both a run scored & batted in) while Zavier & Zamora had multi hit games & JGJ HR'd. Nash Walters struck out 5 in his 2 IP.

 

Blue Complex won 5-1. Luis Medina had a pair of hits & Hendry Mendez's double represented the lone XBH for the offense while Alexander Cornielle (5 IP | 1 ER | 6 K) & Ryne Moore (2 IP | 2 K) took care of business on the mound.

 

Gold Complex lost 2-1 with Alwinson Valdez contributing the lone multi hit performance on offense while Lun Zhao (2.1 IP | 2 K) & Pablo Garabitos (1.1 IP | 4 K) had the best pitching lines.

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Sounds Game in Louisville Postponed due to Rain

Game to be made up Thursday as Doubleheader

 

"Tuesday night’s series-opening game between the Nashville Sounds and Louisville Bats at Louisville Slugger Field has been postponed due to rain.

 

The game will be made up as part of a doubleheader on Thursday, September 2 in Louisville. Both games will be seven innings.

 

The series between the two clubs now begins Wednesday, September 1. Right-hander Dylan File (1-2, 4.91) starts for the Sounds against right-hander Hunter Greene (4-6, 3.78) starts for the Bats. The first pitch is scheduled for 5:30 PM central time."

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The latest Nashville pre-game audio interviews, released on Monday via Jeff Hem's blog:

 

August 24 – OF Dustin Peterson

 

August 25 – Brewers Pitching Coordinator Cam Castro

 

August 26 – Brewers Infield Coordinator Bob Miscik

 

August 27 – Brewers Special Asst. to the GM Carlos Villanueva

 

August 28 – Brewers Catching Coordinator Charlie Greene

 

August 29 – Manager Rick Sweet

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Tuesday's Series Opener Between Biloxi and M-Braves Postponed

Series Now Scheduled to Open On Wednesday Night

By Garrett Greene

 

"Due to the impact of Hurricane Ida and to allow for additional testing and contract tracing of the Mississippi Braves organization following a positive Covid test, Tuesday’s game against the Mississippi Braves has been postponed. We are adhering to Minor League Baseball’s health and safety protocols and will practice caution as we follow the guidance of experts. Further updates will be provided as available."

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Box: Wisconsin 8, Beloit (Marlins) 7, ten innings

 

Pre-Game Media Notes (download) - Via the Timber Rattler Virtual Press Box

 

Rattlers Celebrate Return Home with Walkoff Win

Wisconsin beats Beloit 8-7 in ten innings in first home game since August 11

By Chris Mehring

 

Contributions from all...

 

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VIDEO via WFRV: A bit of highlights followed by a pre-game interview with CF Sal Frelick

 

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AUDIO via the Rattler Radio Soundcloud: "The Timber Rattlers returned home from two weeks in Iowa and beat Beloit 8-7 in ten innings. Chris Mehring & Kyle Lobner go through the action, including a bit about Sal Frelick's Timber Rattlers debut. Then, hear from Ashton McGee & Freddy Zamora, a few other recent additions to the Rattlers roster. Manager Matt Erickson also has a few comments on the win."

 

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Be sure to catch the latest "T-Rat Talk" via Kyle Lobner, this one on impressive first-year pro RHP Evan Reifert

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Box: Delmarva (Orioles) 18, Carolina 9

 

Clarke and Binelas Homer in 18-9 Loss to Delmarva

The Mudcats allowed a season high 18 runs in the series opening loss

 

From within above:

 

"Carolina’s lead in the race for the second playoff berth fell to a 0.5 game over Salem as the Red Sox were idle after a home postponement versus Fredericksburg. Carolina’s lead over Down East remained at 1.0 game as the Wood Ducks lost earlier in the night."

 

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Hedbert Perez, playing CF, 0-for-5 in his Low-A debut (three K's, all swinging).

 

Pitching highlight - Noah Campbell a 1-2-3 9th, adding the mound to his defensive repertoire (all four infield positions in his debut season, along with LF).

 

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VIDEO Tweets via the Mudcats:

 

Ernesto Martinez adds to his hitting streak

 

Alex Binelas double

 

Wes Clarke RBI single

 

Clarke "no-doubter"

 

Binelas oppo taco

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Blue Complex won 5-1. Luis Medina had a pair of hits & Hendry Mendez's double represented the lone XBH for the offense while Alexander Cornielle (5 IP | 1 ER | 6 K) & Ryne Moore (2 IP | 2 K) took care of business on the mound.

 

Box: ACL Brewers Blue 5, ACL White Sox 1, seven innings

 

Combined one-hitter in the seven-inning contest for Cornielle/Moore.

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Gold Complex lost 2-1 with Alwinson Valdez contributing the lone multi hit performance on offense while Lun Zhao (2.1 IP | 2 K) & Pablo Garabitos (1.1 IP | 4 K) had the best pitching lines.

 

Box: ACL Mariners 2, ACL Brewers Gold 1

 

In addition to the line above, Zhao stranded three inherited runners by inducing a groundout.

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Box: DSL Tigers 10, DSL Brewers #1 Squad 5, seven innings

 

18-year-old Venezuelan RHP Jesus Rivero struck out three but didn't complete the first inning (ooh, oddity), still has not allowed a run in 12.2 IP. Perhaps he hit a one-inning pitch limit, as he also walked two.

 

Among the three players in the lineup with OPS' north of .900, 18-year-old Venezuelan LF Diego Larez has the most AB's, with 74.

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Box: DSL Brewers #2 Squad 7, DSL Pirates Gold 5, seven innings

 

18-year-old Venezuelan RHP Gerson Calzadilla finally has an ERA, it's 0.36 as he allowed his first earned run in 25 innings. Needs to sometimes pick up his teammates, seven unearned runs allowed, three of them in this game.

 

17-year-old Venezuelan catcher Felipe Valderrama, DH'ing here, on base all four times up.

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