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  1. The Nashville Sounds drew closer to a division title. The Biloxi Shuckers are closing with an amazing flourish. Let's dig into the game summaries and box scores as always while also providing backstory info and insights on some of the player journeys heading into 2023. I know, we're always rushing Father Time, aren't we? Here we go! Image courtesy of BrewerFanatic Transactions: None. Final: Nashville 3, Jacksonville (Marlins) 0 Via the Sounds' site, game details, and we encourage readers to review each of the affiliate write-ups as part of your Link Report routine: Sounds Return Favor with Shutout Win - Nashville’s magic number to clinch the division shrinks to seven Pre-Game Media Notes / Box Score / Game Log RHP Caleb Boushley turns 29 on October 1st. The Brewers control his rights for another year. Is it possible that an organization views his 2022 season and claims Boushley in Rule 5? Given his age, it wouldn't be a rebuilding club. The likely path is that Boushley receives an obvious invite to Brewers big league camp next spring, gets a chance to break into the big-league rotation if injuries occur, and then provides a nice depth option for the 2023 season while again toiling in Nashville. Is that fair to Boushley? No, and I'd expect one of the things we eventually see out of the new unionization of MiLB players is a drop from seven to six years of overall control. It won't happen in time to aid Boushley, however. My goodness, the upper half of that Sounds box score is a beautiful sight. You just read about Sal Frelick's latest cumulative statistical exploits in that fine game summary. Esteury Ruiz reached base four times. Brice Turang had two more knocks, and Jon Singleton and Joey Wiemer's sacrifice flies were critical (sacrifice flies are the "hidden gems" of box score perusals). Oh, then slide down a bit further and see that Ruiz and Turang were successful on their combined four stolen base attempts. Glorious. We still see you, Lucas Erceg . Pending 40-man addition decision awaits, five days after the World Series ends. There is no game log obvious reason for Pablo Reyes to have been pulled in the top of the 4th inning. These guitar awards are awesome! Be sure to click on the picture to enlarge. Final: Biloxi 4, Pensacola (Marlins) 1 Bennett Shines, Strikes Out 11 as Biloxi Wins Ninth In-A-Row - Warren, Lutz and Kahle Each Homer Pre-Game Media Notes / Box Score / Game Log Was eight enough? Heck, no! Cast photo of the 1977-1981 ABC family series "Eight is Enough Wow, fun joy ride for these Shuckers. Already lined up the Christmas Wish list for LHP Nick Bennett , and consistency tops it. The highs don't need to be quite as high as this fantastic effort (though that would be amazing), but the lows can certainly be better than his 2022 game log shows. Bennett's development path this season wasn't linear - well, it was linear, but a zig-zag. Wonderful final outing! Sure, Jackson Chourio 2-for-19 in AA, fanned three times (now nine at this level), but he also did this - Catcher Nick Kahle making the case that he deserved more than 76 at-bats all season - was never on an injured list. Find the Zavier Warren, Tristen Lutz and Kahle home runs so prominently featured in the game summary via the Shuckers Twitter Media feed here. With a single, Gabe Holt's OPS lands right at .500 (yes, OPS, tough season, big bounceback in 2023 coming). That being said, that mark is on the precipice depending how Sunday goes. It's a 1:05 Central start Sunday for Nashville, and a 4:05 start for Biloxi's finale. If I know our own @Joseph Zarr, that lines up as a perfect alternative to any NFL doubleheader! Keep it up, Biloxi - we're all about book-ending the 2022 season with a seven-game and ten-game positivity streak! Give the New York City Seinfeld locale, do you think Yankees fans will make an occasional Jason Alexander reference today? "Are you the guy that put us in that Ramada in Milwaukee?" Seinfeld-George Teaches Yankees how to play - YouTube Have a great day, everyone, thanks for visiting. Organizational Scoreboard including starting pitcher info, game times, MiLB TV links, and box scoresCurrent Milwaukee Brewers Organization Batting Stats and Depth Current Milwaukee Brewers Organization Pitching Stats and Depth View full article
  2. Transactions: None. Final: Nashville 3, Jacksonville (Marlins) 0 Via the Sounds' site, game details, and we encourage readers to review each of the affiliate write-ups as part of your Link Report routine: Sounds Return Favor with Shutout Win - Nashville’s magic number to clinch the division shrinks to seven Pre-Game Media Notes / Box Score / Game Log RHP Caleb Boushley turns 29 on October 1st. The Brewers control his rights for another year. Is it possible that an organization views his 2022 season and claims Boushley in Rule 5? Given his age, it wouldn't be a rebuilding club. The likely path is that Boushley receives an obvious invite to Brewers big league camp next spring, gets a chance to break into the big-league rotation if injuries occur, and then provides a nice depth option for the 2023 season while again toiling in Nashville. Is that fair to Boushley? No, and I'd expect one of the things we eventually see out of the new unionization of MiLB players is a drop from seven to six years of overall control. It won't happen in time to aid Boushley, however. My goodness, the upper half of that Sounds box score is a beautiful sight. You just read about Sal Frelick's latest cumulative statistical exploits in that fine game summary. Esteury Ruiz reached base four times. Brice Turang had two more knocks, and Jon Singleton and Joey Wiemer's sacrifice flies were critical (sacrifice flies are the "hidden gems" of box score perusals). Oh, then slide down a bit further and see that Ruiz and Turang were successful on their combined four stolen base attempts. Glorious. We still see you, Lucas Erceg . Pending 40-man addition decision awaits, five days after the World Series ends. There is no game log obvious reason for Pablo Reyes to have been pulled in the top of the 4th inning. These guitar awards are awesome! Be sure to click on the picture to enlarge. Final: Biloxi 4, Pensacola (Marlins) 1 Bennett Shines, Strikes Out 11 as Biloxi Wins Ninth In-A-Row - Warren, Lutz and Kahle Each Homer Pre-Game Media Notes / Box Score / Game Log Was eight enough? Heck, no! Cast photo of the 1977-1981 ABC family series "Eight is Enough Wow, fun joy ride for these Shuckers. Already lined up the Christmas Wish list for LHP Nick Bennett , and consistency tops it. The highs don't need to be quite as high as this fantastic effort (though that would be amazing), but the lows can certainly be better than his 2022 game log shows. Bennett's development path this season wasn't linear - well, it was linear, but a zig-zag. Wonderful final outing! Sure, Jackson Chourio 2-for-19 in AA, fanned three times (now nine at this level), but he also did this - Catcher Nick Kahle making the case that he deserved more than 76 at-bats all season - was never on an injured list. Find the Zavier Warren, Tristen Lutz and Kahle home runs so prominently featured in the game summary via the Shuckers Twitter Media feed here. With a single, Gabe Holt's OPS lands right at .500 (yes, OPS, tough season, big bounceback in 2023 coming). That being said, that mark is on the precipice depending how Sunday goes. It's a 1:05 Central start Sunday for Nashville, and a 4:05 start for Biloxi's finale. If I know our own @Joseph Zarr, that lines up as a perfect alternative to any NFL doubleheader! Keep it up, Biloxi - we're all about book-ending the 2022 season with a seven-game and ten-game positivity streak! Give the New York City Seinfeld locale, do you think Yankees fans will make an occasional Jason Alexander reference today? "Are you the guy that put us in that Ramada in Milwaukee?" Seinfeld-George Teaches Yankees how to play - YouTube Have a great day, everyone, thanks for visiting. Organizational Scoreboard including starting pitcher info, game times, MiLB TV links, and box scoresCurrent Milwaukee Brewers Organization Batting Stats and Depth Current Milwaukee Brewers Organization Pitching Stats and Depth
  3. Carolina led from start to finish, with Luis Castillo and Robert Moore contributing six RBIs. Biloxi won their series on a suicide squeeze. Nashville dominated behind Boushley, Ruiz and Wiemer before imploding in the 9th. Wisconsin’s finale was rained out. Image courtesy of BrewerFanatic Esteury Ruiz, Joey Wiemer and Robert Moore each homered to stake Nashville and Carolina to big leads, although only the Mudcats’ would hold up. Nick Kahle drove home three runs including the game winner for the Shuckers. Caleb Boushley (Nashville) and Nick Bennett (Biloxi) both put in strong starts, while Fernando Olguin pitched three innings of scoreless relief (Carolina) Sunday’s Game Balls go to the aforementioned Kahle, Boushley, Ruiz, Wiemer and Luis Castillo, with an honorable for Bennett. Transactions: RHP Hobie Harris of AAA Nashville is currently on suspension in connection with his Thursday ejection Game Action: Nashville Pre-Game Media Notes Final: Charlotte 7, Nashville 6 Box Score / Game Log Via the Sounds’ website, game details, and we encourage readers to review each of the affiliate write-ups as part of their Link Report routine: Sounds Stunned in Ninth by Knights For the second excruciating defeat in a row, Nashville showed how one ugly inning can determine the outcome, this time allowing the final six Knight batters to score in a 7-6 loss. Starting RHP Caleb Boushley (6 IP, 1 R, 3 H, 1 BB, 1 K) showed that he’s back to full strength, throwing six innings of one-run, three-hit ball and exiting with a 6-1 lead. OFs Esteury Ruiz (2-for-3, HR, HBP, 3 RBIs) and Joey Wiemer (2-for-4, HR, triple, RBI) launched 4th inning homers to give the Sounds a 4-1 lead, with Wiemer later tripling and scoring on a SS Pablo Reyes (1-for-3, double, HBP, RBI) double in a two-run 8th inning. RHPs Jake Cousins and Lucas Erceg combined to pitch scoreless 7th and 8th innings before the collapse. Leading 6-1 going into the bottom of the 9th inning, RHP Zach Brown struck out the opening batter before giving up three hits, a walk and a hit batsmen and giving way to RHP Matt Hardy with the score 6-4, one out and two men on base. Three Quick Strikes: Boushley’s sole blemish was a leadoff home run to Mark Payton, who also ended the game with a 3-run walk-off blast off Hardy to send the frustrated Sounds back to Nashville. Where is the rest of that vaunted Nashville bullpen, you ask? Well, they’re not here: Strzelecki, Perdomo, Kelley and Topa were all recalled to the Brewers, Sadzeck was DFA’d (now in Rochester) and Harris is suspended. The loss capped a 4-2 series defeat to Charlotte and allowed second place Columbus to claw to within an uncomfortable 2.5 games. Next week’s outlook: Nashville (81-53) returns home to face Marlins’ AAA affiliate Jacksonville (73-61). Scheduled starting RHP Marcus Walden (5.12 ERA) will aim for a repeat of his last outing (5 IP, 1 R) as the Sounds try to right the ship. Biloxi Pre-Game Media Notes Final: Biloxi 5, Mississippi 4 (10 innings) Box Score / Game Log Via the Shuckers’ website, game details: Fitting Finish - Shuckers Walk Off M-Braves In Final Home Game of 2022 Biloxi secured its fourth straight victory on a 10th inning suicide squeeze bunt by C Nick Kahle (2-for-4, double, sacrifice, 3 RBIs) to bring home 3B Yeison Coca. Now, back to the beginning…: Starting LHP Nick Bennett (5 IP, 2 R, 2 H, 2 BB, 2 HBP, 7 Ks) recovered nicely from a two-run 1st inning, completing five innings of two-hit ball and coming out with a 4-2 lead after throwing 97 pitches. Those two game-opening runs off Bennett came courtesy of a hit-by-pitch and two-run homer, but the Shuckers responded with a three-run 2nd inning thanks to unsung heroes OF Terence Doston (RBI single) and Kahle (two-run double). SS Ethan Murray (2-for-5, RBI) then doubled the lead with an RBI single in the 4th inning, his first RBI since a recent promotion to AA ball. However, the Braves didn’t give up, scoring a run in the 6th inning off of LHP Clayton Andrews, then getting a leadoff 9th inning blast against RHP Harold Chirino to tie the game 4-4. Thankfully, Sunday evening saw the good version of RHP Zach Vennaro, who induced a fly out and then struck out the final two Braves to keep Manfred’s ghost stranded. In the bottom of the 10th inning, Doston (2-for-5, RBI) reached on an infield single with one out, moving Coca to third base to set the stage for Kahle’s game-winning bunt. Three Quick Strikes: Biloxi out-hit the Braves 13 to 6 and went 5-for-13 with runners in scoring position (vs. 1-for-10 for the Braves), but still needed extra innings to grab the win. Consecutive singles by OF Corey Ray (2-for-4, walk) and Ethan Murray (bunt) to open the bottom of the 9th inning went for naught, as Ray was caught stealing for the first out. Kudos as to Thomas Dillard (2-for-4, walk, SB) and RHP Kent Hasler (1 2/3 IP, 0 R, 0 H, 0 BB, 2 Ks) on valuable contributions. Next week’s outlook: Biloxi (62-67) travels to face Marlins’ AA affiliate Pensacola (67-58). RHP TJ Shook (4.25 ERA in High-A/AA) is scheduled to start the opener. Wisconsin Pre-Game Media Notes Suspended Rainout: Wisconsin vs. Beloit Via the Timber Rattlers’ website, rainout details: Rattlers Final Game of 2022 Rained Out Apologies to Rattler and Brewer fans who had hoped to catch a final glimpse of OF Jackson Chourio and/or rehabbing major league OF Jonathan Davis, as the season ends with consecutive rain-outs. The team can still feel good about their 4-0 sweep of Beloit to finish the 2022 season 69-60. Carolina Pre-Game Notes Final: Carolina 9, Myrtle Beach 3 Box Score / Game Log Via the Mudcats’ website, game details: Carolina Closes 2022 With 9-3 Victory in Myrtle Beach Carolina struck early and often in this enjoyable season finale, notching three runs on three 1st inning singles from SS Eric Brown Jr. (2-for-4, walk, 2 SB), 1B Jesus Chirinos and OF Luis Castillo, then extending the lead to 5-1 on a Castillo (2-for-3, 3 RBIs) two-run single. Starting RHP Jeferson Figueroa (4 IP, 3 R, 4 H, 2 BB, 1 HBP, 2 WP, 2 Ks) gave four respectable innings, handing over to suddenly-terrific RHP Fernando Olguin with a 6-3 lead. Olguin (3 IP, 0 R, 1 H, 2 BB, 4 Ks) earned the win, teaming with RHPs Jeison Pena and Trevor Tietz to keep Myrtle Beach scoreless over the final five innings. Looking to extend his 8-game hitting streak, 2B Robert Moore unfortunately started the game 0-for-3 before making it all up in one at-bat: a three-run blast in the top of the 6th inning to break open the contest 9-3. The win closed the series loss to 3-2, with the Mudcats holding their heads high after winning the final two games of the 2022 season to finish 69-62. What a job by Manager Victor Estevez with such a young, ever-changing squad. Three Quick Strikes, Plus a Bonus: Eight Mudcats starters collected at least one hit, while the sole 0-for-3 (OF Hendry Mendez) walked twice. Something you don’t see every day: Moore made two outs before most people had even found their seat: game-opening K-wild pitch; caught stealing second base. After an up-and-down season, 21-year old Olguin completed nine scoreless innings over his final two games to give him some solid momentum entering 2023. OF Jace Avina (2-for-3, 2 walks, RBI, 2 SBs) and 3B Jadher Areinamo (2-for-5, double) each had two hits to end their impressive seasons on a bright note. We hope that you enjoy the Minor League Link Report. Rest and recover on Monday, then follow Nashville and Biloxi starting Tuesday. Organizational Scoreboard including starting pitcher info, game times, MiLB TV links, and box scores Links for affiliate audio Standings and sortable stat pages Current Milwaukee Brewers Organization Batting Stats and Depth Current Milwaukee Brewers Organization Pitching Stats and Depth View full article
  4. Esteury Ruiz, Joey Wiemer and Robert Moore each homered to stake Nashville and Carolina to big leads, although only the Mudcats’ would hold up. Nick Kahle drove home three runs including the game winner for the Shuckers. Caleb Boushley (Nashville) and Nick Bennett (Biloxi) both put in strong starts, while Fernando Olguin pitched three innings of scoreless relief (Carolina) Sunday’s Game Balls go to the aforementioned Kahle, Boushley, Ruiz, Wiemer and Luis Castillo, with an honorable for Bennett. Transactions: RHP Hobie Harris of AAA Nashville is currently on suspension in connection with his Thursday ejection Game Action: Nashville Pre-Game Media Notes Final: Charlotte 7, Nashville 6 Box Score / Game Log Via the Sounds’ website, game details, and we encourage readers to review each of the affiliate write-ups as part of their Link Report routine: Sounds Stunned in Ninth by Knights For the second excruciating defeat in a row, Nashville showed how one ugly inning can determine the outcome, this time allowing the final six Knight batters to score in a 7-6 loss. Starting RHP Caleb Boushley (6 IP, 1 R, 3 H, 1 BB, 1 K) showed that he’s back to full strength, throwing six innings of one-run, three-hit ball and exiting with a 6-1 lead. OFs Esteury Ruiz (2-for-3, HR, HBP, 3 RBIs) and Joey Wiemer (2-for-4, HR, triple, RBI) launched 4th inning homers to give the Sounds a 4-1 lead, with Wiemer later tripling and scoring on a SS Pablo Reyes (1-for-3, double, HBP, RBI) double in a two-run 8th inning. RHPs Jake Cousins and Lucas Erceg combined to pitch scoreless 7th and 8th innings before the collapse. Leading 6-1 going into the bottom of the 9th inning, RHP Zach Brown struck out the opening batter before giving up three hits, a walk and a hit batsmen and giving way to RHP Matt Hardy with the score 6-4, one out and two men on base. Three Quick Strikes: Boushley’s sole blemish was a leadoff home run to Mark Payton, who also ended the game with a 3-run walk-off blast off Hardy to send the frustrated Sounds back to Nashville. Where is the rest of that vaunted Nashville bullpen, you ask? Well, they’re not here: Strzelecki, Perdomo, Kelley and Topa were all recalled to the Brewers, Sadzeck was DFA’d (now in Rochester) and Harris is suspended. The loss capped a 4-2 series defeat to Charlotte and allowed second place Columbus to claw to within an uncomfortable 2.5 games. Next week’s outlook: Nashville (81-53) returns home to face Marlins’ AAA affiliate Jacksonville (73-61). Scheduled starting RHP Marcus Walden (5.12 ERA) will aim for a repeat of his last outing (5 IP, 1 R) as the Sounds try to right the ship. Biloxi Pre-Game Media Notes Final: Biloxi 5, Mississippi 4 (10 innings) Box Score / Game Log Via the Shuckers’ website, game details: Fitting Finish - Shuckers Walk Off M-Braves In Final Home Game of 2022 Biloxi secured its fourth straight victory on a 10th inning suicide squeeze bunt by C Nick Kahle (2-for-4, double, sacrifice, 3 RBIs) to bring home 3B Yeison Coca. Now, back to the beginning…: Starting LHP Nick Bennett (5 IP, 2 R, 2 H, 2 BB, 2 HBP, 7 Ks) recovered nicely from a two-run 1st inning, completing five innings of two-hit ball and coming out with a 4-2 lead after throwing 97 pitches. Those two game-opening runs off Bennett came courtesy of a hit-by-pitch and two-run homer, but the Shuckers responded with a three-run 2nd inning thanks to unsung heroes OF Terence Doston (RBI single) and Kahle (two-run double). SS Ethan Murray (2-for-5, RBI) then doubled the lead with an RBI single in the 4th inning, his first RBI since a recent promotion to AA ball. However, the Braves didn’t give up, scoring a run in the 6th inning off of LHP Clayton Andrews, then getting a leadoff 9th inning blast against RHP Harold Chirino to tie the game 4-4. Thankfully, Sunday evening saw the good version of RHP Zach Vennaro, who induced a fly out and then struck out the final two Braves to keep Manfred’s ghost stranded. In the bottom of the 10th inning, Doston (2-for-5, RBI) reached on an infield single with one out, moving Coca to third base to set the stage for Kahle’s game-winning bunt. Three Quick Strikes: Biloxi out-hit the Braves 13 to 6 and went 5-for-13 with runners in scoring position (vs. 1-for-10 for the Braves), but still needed extra innings to grab the win. Consecutive singles by OF Corey Ray (2-for-4, walk) and Ethan Murray (bunt) to open the bottom of the 9th inning went for naught, as Ray was caught stealing for the first out. Kudos as to Thomas Dillard (2-for-4, walk, SB) and RHP Kent Hasler (1 2/3 IP, 0 R, 0 H, 0 BB, 2 Ks) on valuable contributions. Next week’s outlook: Biloxi (62-67) travels to face Marlins’ AA affiliate Pensacola (67-58). RHP TJ Shook (4.25 ERA in High-A/AA) is scheduled to start the opener. Wisconsin Pre-Game Media Notes Suspended Rainout: Wisconsin vs. Beloit Via the Timber Rattlers’ website, rainout details: Rattlers Final Game of 2022 Rained Out Apologies to Rattler and Brewer fans who had hoped to catch a final glimpse of OF Jackson Chourio and/or rehabbing major league OF Jonathan Davis, as the season ends with consecutive rain-outs. The team can still feel good about their 4-0 sweep of Beloit to finish the 2022 season 69-60. Carolina Pre-Game Notes Final: Carolina 9, Myrtle Beach 3 Box Score / Game Log Via the Mudcats’ website, game details: Carolina Closes 2022 With 9-3 Victory in Myrtle Beach Carolina struck early and often in this enjoyable season finale, notching three runs on three 1st inning singles from SS Eric Brown Jr. (2-for-4, walk, 2 SB), 1B Jesus Chirinos and OF Luis Castillo, then extending the lead to 5-1 on a Castillo (2-for-3, 3 RBIs) two-run single. Starting RHP Jeferson Figueroa (4 IP, 3 R, 4 H, 2 BB, 1 HBP, 2 WP, 2 Ks) gave four respectable innings, handing over to suddenly-terrific RHP Fernando Olguin with a 6-3 lead. Olguin (3 IP, 0 R, 1 H, 2 BB, 4 Ks) earned the win, teaming with RHPs Jeison Pena and Trevor Tietz to keep Myrtle Beach scoreless over the final five innings. Looking to extend his 8-game hitting streak, 2B Robert Moore unfortunately started the game 0-for-3 before making it all up in one at-bat: a three-run blast in the top of the 6th inning to break open the contest 9-3. The win closed the series loss to 3-2, with the Mudcats holding their heads high after winning the final two games of the 2022 season to finish 69-62. What a job by Manager Victor Estevez with such a young, ever-changing squad. Three Quick Strikes, Plus a Bonus: Eight Mudcats starters collected at least one hit, while the sole 0-for-3 (OF Hendry Mendez) walked twice. Something you don’t see every day: Moore made two outs before most people had even found their seat: game-opening K-wild pitch; caught stealing second base. After an up-and-down season, 21-year old Olguin completed nine scoreless innings over his final two games to give him some solid momentum entering 2023. OF Jace Avina (2-for-3, 2 walks, RBI, 2 SBs) and 3B Jadher Areinamo (2-for-5, double) each had two hits to end their impressive seasons on a bright note. We hope that you enjoy the Minor League Link Report. Rest and recover on Monday, then follow Nashville and Biloxi starting Tuesday. Organizational Scoreboard including starting pitcher info, game times, MiLB TV links, and box scores Links for affiliate audio Standings and sortable stat pages Current Milwaukee Brewers Organization Batting Stats and Depth Current Milwaukee Brewers Organization Pitching Stats and Depth
  5. Transactions: Brewers RHP Peter Strzelecki optioned to Nashville. RHP Trevor Gott and INF Mike Brosseau returned to Milwaukee from Wisconsin. *** Nashville Pre-Game Media Notes Final: Nashville 2, Gwinnett (Braves) 1 Box Score / Game Log Via the Sounds' site, game details, and we encourage readers to review each of the affiliate write-ups as part of their Link Report routine: Small Leads Vihuelas de Nashville to Victory - Nashville starter Ethan Small strikes out season high in 2-1 win Small, Hobie Harris and Luke Barker needed to be near-perfect as the Sounds did not have an at-bat with a runner in scoring position all game. So yes, thank you, David Dahl - It's going to be pretty darn interesting how the big-league Brewers end up shaking out the three-catcher situation - first game in a Sounds uniform for Pedro Severino: Ethan Small's game logs - you have to go back six starts to May 24th for the last time Small had a truly positive result. *** Biloxi Pre-Game Media Notes via the Shuckers' Virtual Press Box Final: Pensacola (Marlins) 8, Biloxi 7 Box Score / Game Log Via the Shuckers' site, game details, please review: Late Rally Comes Just Short In 8-7 Loss to Wahoos - Valerio, Devanney & Coca All Record Multi-Hit Efforts Despite five walks, starting LHP Brandon Knarr limited the damage, so it was left to normally reliable relievers Luis Contreras and Harold Chirino, but each faltered. Both had recently come off relatively brief injured list stays (this was not the first outing back for either). Originally given the day off, Joey Wiemer was called to pinch-hit in a big spot in the 9th, down 8-6, runners on 2nd and 3rd, no one out. Wiemer was called out on strikes, and though another run came around on Yeison Coca's single, the rally came up just short. Coming off a combined six hits in games of June 16th and 17th, we haven't seen 2B/3B Gabe Holt on the field since. Noah Campbell reached base twice more, this was noted prior to Friday's game: Just back from Nashville, Nick Kahle goes oppo. Kahle has only 17 at-bats on the season, acting primarily as the bullpen catchers at both locales while healthy on the rosters, must be frustrating - Here's a reminder that Felix Valerio does not turn 22 years old until December. No concerns at all about a .262/.326/.454 line, 22 of 60 hits for extra bases. As you've probably noted via game summary and box score, a 4-for-5 night: *** Wisconsin Pre-Game Media Notes via their all-encompassing Virtual Press Box Final: Wisconsin 5, Quad Cities (Royals) 3 Box Score / Game Log Via the Timber Rattlers' site, game details, please review: Wisconsin Wins Fourth Straight with 5-3 Victory - Gray homers twice & Kelly strikes out nine for Rattlers against Quad Cities Joe Gray teases us with torrid runs, and hopefully this one can sustain, well, certainly not at a pace of three XBH's each game, but just a consistent solid stretch, even if it has fewer spectacular moments. Tyler Black made his fourth start at third base this season (28 starts at second base, 11 in center field). Other than the 4.27 BB/9, every other number, ratio, etc. in 22-year-old Antoine Kelly's 2022 stat line is absolutely glorious. Hope you folks in Appleton have enjoyed his stay, it may not last much longer. *** Carolina Pre-Game Media Notes (unavailable) Final: Down East (Rangers) 5, Carolina 0 Box Score / Game Log Via the Mudcats' site, details, please review: Mudcats Held to One Hit in 5-0 Loss in Kinston In this terrible and rudely timed offensive funk of five games, the Mudcats have scored four total runs on just 20 hits, no effort weaker than Saturday's. So, on that dour note, time to speculate, and this should be fun: Is Appleton about to have a Jackson Chourio welcoming party? Click to see what our forum poster @ARobsBrewCrew picked up on while the rest of us simply saw Chourio (and shortstop Eduardo Garcia) absent from Saturday's Mudcats lineup. Let's see, Mudcats first half playoff run is complete (and sadly fell short). The Timber Rattlers' homestand continues into next week (home debuts are fun). So yeah, let's run with it because it's exciting as all heck! (While reminding you we have nothing else to base this on, other than a Chourio callup at this point makes complete sense. A bit less confident on the Garcia vibe, but that'd be fine, also.) *** Final: ACL Brewers Gold 12, ACL Brewers Blue 8, seven innings as scheduled Box Score / Game Log The 9-6 team defeats the 3-12 squad. The losing Blue squad scored eight runs on only three hits, as Gold pitchers walked seven and Gold committed three errors, so that doesn't shine brightly on either side. Coaches frown. It was 12-1 headed to the final inning, when Blue scored seven unearned runs - in fact, their one earlier run was unearned as well. Check out the dueling stat lines for the two starters, quite the dichotomy. Kudos to 19-year-old 2nd year RHP Jeison Pena on four perfect innings with five K's. Plenty for you to peruse from the offensive side within the box. *** Final: DSL Brewers #1 Squad 4, DSL Phillies Red 3, seven innings as scheduled Box Score / Game Log Pizzeria Uno sponsored the #1 celebration as the team we had just pointed out yesterday was last in the 49-team standings moves to 4-12 with this win. Infielder Gery Holguin has split his time at SS, 3B, 2B, and he cracked his 2nd home run here. By the way, Holguin (.732 OPS) is still 16 years old. First pro home run for $1.23 million shortstop Jhonny Severino, the 17-year-old switch-hitter who has struggled in the early going. *** Final: DSL Tigers #2 Squad 9, DSL Brewers #2 Squad 0, seven innings as scheduled Box Score / Game Log Starting LHP Anthony Flores, 17, couldn't escape the first inning, but defense and the feeble bats also to blame as the #2 club drops back to .500 at 8-8. Click above as you dare. *** Sunday Funday for all the rookie kids as they enjoy a day off. Nashville and Biloxi provide evening action if you so wish to check things out after the Chi-Chi Gonzalez-led Crew take the series from Toronto. Enjoy your day, I am off to our local town beach awaiting word on Mr. Chourio. If it's a false alarm, oh well... Organizational Scoreboard including starting pitcher info, game times, MiLB TV links, and box scores Standings and sortable stat pages Current Milwaukee Brewers Organization Batting Stats and Depth Current Milwaukee Brewers Organization Pitching Stats and Depth
  6. It was an entertaining night on the Brewers farm. Ethan Small showed once again what he's quite capable of, although it had been a while. Biloxi's lineup always seems to provide highlights, though bullpen inconsistencies continue. Wisconsin's Joe Gray Jr. seems primed to totally bust out of his 2022 struggles, and by the way, we're going to blow up the internet with Jackson Chourio call-up speculation based on street clothes - yes, street clothes. So, I'll remind everyone now - we are a Brewers fan site. We are not professional journalists crossing all the T's and dotting all the I's of confirming juicy tidbits of information. Heck, the word fanatic is even in the enhanced Brewerfan name now. So, like you, let us have our fun. And if young Mr. Chourio is back in the Mudcats lineup when it gets announced late this morning, so be it. Then at least we gave you a few hours to let your mind race and figure out how you'd get to Appleton on Tuesday. Transactions: Brewers RHP Peter Strzelecki optioned to Nashville. RHP Trevor Gott and INF Mike Brosseau returned to Milwaukee from Wisconsin. *** Nashville Pre-Game Media Notes Final: Nashville 2, Gwinnett (Braves) 1 Box Score / Game Log Via the Sounds' site, game details, and we encourage readers to review each of the affiliate write-ups as part of their Link Report routine: Small Leads Vihuelas de Nashville to Victory - Nashville starter Ethan Small strikes out season high in 2-1 win Small, Hobie Harris and Luke Barker needed to be near-perfect as the Sounds did not have an at-bat with a runner in scoring position all game. So yes, thank you, David Dahl - It's going to be pretty darn interesting how the big-league Brewers end up shaking out the three-catcher situation - first game in a Sounds uniform for Pedro Severino: Ethan Small's game logs - you have to go back six starts to May 24th for the last time Small had a truly positive result. *** Biloxi Pre-Game Media Notes via the Shuckers' Virtual Press Box Final: Pensacola (Marlins) 8, Biloxi 7 Box Score / Game Log Via the Shuckers' site, game details, please review: Late Rally Comes Just Short In 8-7 Loss to Wahoos - Valerio, Devanney & Coca All Record Multi-Hit Efforts Despite five walks, starting LHP Brandon Knarr limited the damage, so it was left to normally reliable relievers Luis Contreras and Harold Chirino, but each faltered. Both had recently come off relatively brief injured list stays (this was not the first outing back for either). Originally given the day off, Joey Wiemer was called to pinch-hit in a big spot in the 9th, down 8-6, runners on 2nd and 3rd, no one out. Wiemer was called out on strikes, and though another run came around on Yeison Coca's single, the rally came up just short. Coming off a combined six hits in games of June 16th and 17th, we haven't seen 2B/3B Gabe Holt on the field since. Noah Campbell reached base twice more, this was noted prior to Friday's game: Just back from Nashville, Nick Kahle goes oppo. Kahle has only 17 at-bats on the season, acting primarily as the bullpen catchers at both locales while healthy on the rosters, must be frustrating - Here's a reminder that Felix Valerio does not turn 22 years old until December. No concerns at all about a .262/.326/.454 line, 22 of 60 hits for extra bases. As you've probably noted via game summary and box score, a 4-for-5 night: *** Wisconsin Pre-Game Media Notes via their all-encompassing Virtual Press Box Final: Wisconsin 5, Quad Cities (Royals) 3 Box Score / Game Log Via the Timber Rattlers' site, game details, please review: Wisconsin Wins Fourth Straight with 5-3 Victory - Gray homers twice & Kelly strikes out nine for Rattlers against Quad Cities Joe Gray teases us with torrid runs, and hopefully this one can sustain, well, certainly not at a pace of three XBH's each game, but just a consistent solid stretch, even if it has fewer spectacular moments. Tyler Black made his fourth start at third base this season (28 starts at second base, 11 in center field). Other than the 4.27 BB/9, every other number, ratio, etc. in 22-year-old Antoine Kelly's 2022 stat line is absolutely glorious. Hope you folks in Appleton have enjoyed his stay, it may not last much longer. *** Carolina Pre-Game Media Notes (unavailable) Final: Down East (Rangers) 5, Carolina 0 Box Score / Game Log Via the Mudcats' site, details, please review: Mudcats Held to One Hit in 5-0 Loss in Kinston In this terrible and rudely timed offensive funk of five games, the Mudcats have scored four total runs on just 20 hits, no effort weaker than Saturday's. So, on that dour note, time to speculate, and this should be fun: Is Appleton about to have a Jackson Chourio welcoming party? Click to see what our forum poster @ARobsBrewCrew picked up on while the rest of us simply saw Chourio (and shortstop Eduardo Garcia) absent from Saturday's Mudcats lineup. Let's see, Mudcats first half playoff run is complete (and sadly fell short). The Timber Rattlers' homestand continues into next week (home debuts are fun). So yeah, let's run with it because it's exciting as all heck! (While reminding you we have nothing else to base this on, other than a Chourio callup at this point makes complete sense. A bit less confident on the Garcia vibe, but that'd be fine, also.) *** Final: ACL Brewers Gold 12, ACL Brewers Blue 8, seven innings as scheduled Box Score / Game Log The 9-6 team defeats the 3-12 squad. The losing Blue squad scored eight runs on only three hits, as Gold pitchers walked seven and Gold committed three errors, so that doesn't shine brightly on either side. Coaches frown. It was 12-1 headed to the final inning, when Blue scored seven unearned runs - in fact, their one earlier run was unearned as well. Check out the dueling stat lines for the two starters, quite the dichotomy. Kudos to 19-year-old 2nd year RHP Jeison Pena on four perfect innings with five K's. Plenty for you to peruse from the offensive side within the box. *** Final: DSL Brewers #1 Squad 4, DSL Phillies Red 3, seven innings as scheduled Box Score / Game Log Pizzeria Uno sponsored the #1 celebration as the team we had just pointed out yesterday was last in the 49-team standings moves to 4-12 with this win. Infielder Gery Holguin has split his time at SS, 3B, 2B, and he cracked his 2nd home run here. By the way, Holguin (.732 OPS) is still 16 years old. First pro home run for $1.23 million shortstop Jhonny Severino, the 17-year-old switch-hitter who has struggled in the early going. *** Final: DSL Tigers #2 Squad 9, DSL Brewers #2 Squad 0, seven innings as scheduled Box Score / Game Log Starting LHP Anthony Flores, 17, couldn't escape the first inning, but defense and the feeble bats also to blame as the #2 club drops back to .500 at 8-8. Click above as you dare. *** Sunday Funday for all the rookie kids as they enjoy a day off. Nashville and Biloxi provide evening action if you so wish to check things out after the Chi-Chi Gonzalez-led Crew take the series from Toronto. Enjoy your day, I am off to our local town beach awaiting word on Mr. Chourio. If it's a false alarm, oh well... Organizational Scoreboard including starting pitcher info, game times, MiLB TV links, and box scores Standings and sortable stat pages Current Milwaukee Brewers Organization Batting Stats and Depth Current Milwaukee Brewers Organization Pitching Stats and Depth View full article
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