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Link Report for Thursday 9/2




Organizational Scoreboard including starting pitcher info, game times, MiLB TV links, and box scores


The Arizona Complex League clubs are in action




Links for affiliate audio




Standings and sortable stat pages




MiLB.TV options: Nashville and Biloxi are home. Road feeds available for the others.

"Dustin Pedroia doesn't have the strength or bat speed to hit major-league pitching consistently, and he has no power......He probably has a future as a backup infielder if he can stop rolling over to third base and shortstop." Keith Law, 2006
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The Shuckers play their first game in 6 days. The top active streak here belongs to Tristen Lutz, who’s hit safely in his last 7 games:


1 - Hamilton - SS

2 - Howell - CF

3 - Longo - LF

4 - Palma - DH

5 - Dillard - 1B

6 - Lutz - RF

7 - Holt - 3B

8 - Diaz - C

9 - Cantrelle - 2B

X - Bullock - P

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Nashville loses 5-2 & 3-0. Tim Lopes homered & Hiura chipped in a pair of hits (& a pair of Ks) while Lindblom gave up all 5 runs with Connor Sadzeck & Miguel Sanchez throwing a couple scoreless relief innings in Game 1. Not many highlights in Game 2 with only 4 scattered singles on offense, though RJ Alvarez & Jandel Gustave registered scoreless frames.


Biloxi loses 16-8. Brent Diaz & Mitch Longo homered, with Tristen Lutz and Thomas Dillard joining Longo in registering multi hit games. Zack Brown pitched the lone clean inning with a pair of Ks.


Wisconsin wins 4-3. Freddy Zamora leads the way with three hits while Felix drove Freddy & Chad McLanahan in with the walk off single as noted above by wibadgers23. Freisis Adames struck out 3 over 3.1 scoreless IP, while Nash Walters struck out hoth batters he faced in the 9th.


Carolina loses 9-7. Ethan Murray (2-5), Micah Bello (3-5, HR) and Andre Nnebe (HR) lead the way on offense while Miguel Guerrero picked up the tough luck loss with 5 Ks to go along with 2 unearned runs in his 2 IP.

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Down in the Dominican Summer League Brewers2 won 12-2 with Ney Serrano (4-4, 2 2B) and Yesbel Herrera (2-4, 2B) leading the offense while Rafael Camacho threw 4 scoreless with 4 K.


Brewers1 lost 5-0. Miguel Briceno, Luis Castillo and Diego Larez each singled while Arielbi Gonzalez picked up the tough luck loss with one unearned run over 5 IP.

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