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  1. The Milwaukee Brewers got some reinforcements over the past two days in the form of returning pitchers. Aaron Ashby was activated off the injured list on Tuesday with Trevor Gott being activated prior to Wednesday’s game. Image courtesy of © Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports Making room for Aaron Ashby and Trevor Gott, Milwaukee sent both Jason Alexander and Justin Topa to Triple-A Nashville. Ashby spent exactly one month on the injured list after experiencing inflammation in his shoulder. He returned Tuesday and made the start, going two innings. Ashby allowed just one hit while walking and striking out two apiece. The Brewers have been without Gott since August 10. His forearm was the reason he landed on the injured list, and the hope would be that the injury is behind him. Gott returns to a 4.03 ERA across 38 innings this season for Milwaukee. View full article
  2. Making room for Aaron Ashby and Trevor Gott, Milwaukee sent both Jason Alexander and Justin Topa to Triple-A Nashville. Ashby spent exactly one month on the injured list after experiencing inflammation in his shoulder. He returned Tuesday and made the start, going two innings. Ashby allowed just one hit while walking and striking out two apiece. The Brewers have been without Gott since August 10. His forearm was the reason he landed on the injured list, and the hope would be that the injury is behind him. Gott returns to a 4.03 ERA across 38 innings this season for Milwaukee.
  3. Sunday’s Game Balls go to the aforementioned Wilson and Devanney, as well as Esteury Ruiz, Jon Singleton and Clayton Andrews, with honorable mentions to Trevor Gott and Jonathan Davis. Transactions: N/A Game Action: Nashville Pre-Game Media Notes Final: Nashville 8, Jacksonville 5 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 Take Series With Sunday Victory Nashville stormed back from early deficits of 3-0 and 4-1 to grab this series-clinching win. After the Jumbo Shrimp scored three runs on three hits off starting RHP Marcus Walden (4 IP, 4 R, 6 H, 2 BB, 1 HBP, 3 Ks) in the top of the 3rd inning, 1B Weston Wilson (2-for-2, HR, walk, HBP, RBI, SB) was in the thick of the comeback contributions. Wilson led off the bottom of the 3rd inning with a single, stole second base, moved to third on an error and scored on an OF Sal Frelick sacrifice fly. The 4th inning saw a Jacksonville solo homer re-establish their three-run lead, then a two-run blast by SS Cam Devanney (2-for-5, HR, 3 RBIs) and solo shot by Wilson to knot the game 4-4. After LHP Ethan Small entered in relief with a clean 5th inning, OF Esteury Ruiz (2-for-5, double, RBI, SB) doubled, stole third (his 79th stolen base of 2022) and scored on a two-out, RBI single by DH/1B Jon Singleton (2-for-4, walk, RBI) to give the Sounds their first lead. Sensational relief work from rehabbing RHP Trevor Gott (1 2/3 IP, 0 R, 0 H, 1 BB, 4 Ks) covered most of the 6th and 7th innings, before OF Jonathan Davis (3-for-5, double), Ruiz, Singleton and Devanney collected consecutive hits to lead off the bottom of the 7th inning, opening up the game 8-4. Reliable RHP Hobie Harris collected his sixth save of 2022, working around a single in a scoreless 9th inning. Three Quick Strikes: Frelick didn’t collect a hit or a walk in this game, but a 1st inning hit-by-pitch was enough to extend his on-base streak to 35 games. The teams combined to collect five stolen bases (three by the Sounds: Frelick, Wilson, Ruiz), with no runners caught. The victory gave Nashville a 4-2 series win, but victories elsewhere by Columbus and Toledo mean that the Sounds’ first place advantage remains 4.5 games and 5.0 games over the two pursuers. Nashville has nine games remaining, Toledo 10 and Columbus 11. Toledo actually hosts Columbus for seven games this week, so hopefully they damage each other’s pursuit. Friday’s outlook: Nashville (85-55) travels to face Reds’ affiliate Louisville (56-85), with RHP Victor Castaneda scheduled to make his second AAA start (6 IP, 3 R, 2 Ks in his first start) of 2022 Monday’s contest. Biloxi Pre-Game Media Notes Final: Pensacola 5, Biloxi 2 Box Score / Game Log Via the Shuckers’ website, game details: Shuckers’ Win Streak is Snapped at Nine Games A Sunday win in its season finale would have given Biloxi a 10-game winning streak and clinched a winning season, but alas it wasn’t meant to be and the team finished 67-68 in an up-and-down 2022 campaign. Making his second start of the week, RHP Carlos Luna (5 IP, 4 R, 9 H, 1 BB, 6 Ks) held up well through four innings, but three doubles and a single in the 5th inning gave Pensacola a 4-1 lead which it would not relinquish. OF Tristen Lutz (1-for-4, HR, RBI) had homered in the top of that 5th inning to tie the game 1-1, the second consecutive game in which he homered. SS Ethan Murray (1-for-3, double) and OF Terence Doston (1-for-2, walk, RBI) led an attempted 7th inning comeback with a double and RBI single, respectively, but a C Jason Lopez fly out to center field ended that threat with the Shuckers still down 4-2. The team did not register any baserunners in the 8th or 9th innings as it clearly ran out of gas. Speaking of Lopez, he nabbed a runner with a nice throw earlier in the game. Despite the loss, the Shuckers still won the road series 5-1. Three Quick Strikes and a Concern: 25-year old LHP Clayton Andrews (2 IP, 0 R, 0 H, 0 BB, 1 HBP, 5 Ks) ended the season on a very promising note, retiring six of seven batters, with five of them going down via strikeout. 18-year old OF Jackson Chourio’s thrilling 2022 season ended with this 0-for-4, 2K effort against the Blue Wahoos. Rest assured, he’ll come back with a vengeance to conquer AA baseball next season. Pensacola outhit Biloxi 11-to-3 in this contest and its own season will continue as it qualified for the playoffs by virtue of winning the First Half title. We’ve no word on the status of 25-year old 1B Thomas Dillard, who didn’t play in this final series after going 2-for-4 last week Sunday, last seen drawing an intentional walk as the designated hitter. Hopefully he’s healthy, as the team has an interesting decision on AA vs. AAA placement for 2023 (in what will be his 5th season of minor league ball), given his .755 OPS, supported by 81 walks (though with 157 strikeouts). We hope that you enjoy the Minor League Link Report. There’s no rest for the weary, as Nashville is immediately back in action today, Monday. Organizational Scoreboard including starting pitcher info, game times, MiLB TV links, and box scores Links for affiliate audio Current Milwaukee Brewers Organization Batting Stats and Depth Current Milwaukee Brewers Organization Pitching Stats and Depth
  4. The first place Sounds battled back from an early deficit thanks to homers from Cam Devanney and Weston Wilson. Biloxi’s win streak ended at nine games in its season finale, despite another Tristen Lutz blast. Image courtesy of BrewerFanatic Sunday’s Game Balls go to the aforementioned Wilson and Devanney, as well as Esteury Ruiz, Jon Singleton and Clayton Andrews, with honorable mentions to Trevor Gott and Jonathan Davis. Transactions: N/A Game Action: Nashville Pre-Game Media Notes Final: Nashville 8, Jacksonville 5 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 Take Series With Sunday Victory Nashville stormed back from early deficits of 3-0 and 4-1 to grab this series-clinching win. After the Jumbo Shrimp scored three runs on three hits off starting RHP Marcus Walden (4 IP, 4 R, 6 H, 2 BB, 1 HBP, 3 Ks) in the top of the 3rd inning, 1B Weston Wilson (2-for-2, HR, walk, HBP, RBI, SB) was in the thick of the comeback contributions. Wilson led off the bottom of the 3rd inning with a single, stole second base, moved to third on an error and scored on an OF Sal Frelick sacrifice fly. The 4th inning saw a Jacksonville solo homer re-establish their three-run lead, then a two-run blast by SS Cam Devanney (2-for-5, HR, 3 RBIs) and solo shot by Wilson to knot the game 4-4. After LHP Ethan Small entered in relief with a clean 5th inning, OF Esteury Ruiz (2-for-5, double, RBI, SB) doubled, stole third (his 79th stolen base of 2022) and scored on a two-out, RBI single by DH/1B Jon Singleton (2-for-4, walk, RBI) to give the Sounds their first lead. Sensational relief work from rehabbing RHP Trevor Gott (1 2/3 IP, 0 R, 0 H, 1 BB, 4 Ks) covered most of the 6th and 7th innings, before OF Jonathan Davis (3-for-5, double), Ruiz, Singleton and Devanney collected consecutive hits to lead off the bottom of the 7th inning, opening up the game 8-4. Reliable RHP Hobie Harris collected his sixth save of 2022, working around a single in a scoreless 9th inning. Three Quick Strikes: Frelick didn’t collect a hit or a walk in this game, but a 1st inning hit-by-pitch was enough to extend his on-base streak to 35 games. The teams combined to collect five stolen bases (three by the Sounds: Frelick, Wilson, Ruiz), with no runners caught. The victory gave Nashville a 4-2 series win, but victories elsewhere by Columbus and Toledo mean that the Sounds’ first place advantage remains 4.5 games and 5.0 games over the two pursuers. Nashville has nine games remaining, Toledo 10 and Columbus 11. Toledo actually hosts Columbus for seven games this week, so hopefully they damage each other’s pursuit. Friday’s outlook: Nashville (85-55) travels to face Reds’ affiliate Louisville (56-85), with RHP Victor Castaneda scheduled to make his second AAA start (6 IP, 3 R, 2 Ks in his first start) of 2022 Monday’s contest. Biloxi Pre-Game Media Notes Final: Pensacola 5, Biloxi 2 Box Score / Game Log Via the Shuckers’ website, game details: Shuckers’ Win Streak is Snapped at Nine Games A Sunday win in its season finale would have given Biloxi a 10-game winning streak and clinched a winning season, but alas it wasn’t meant to be and the team finished 67-68 in an up-and-down 2022 campaign. Making his second start of the week, RHP Carlos Luna (5 IP, 4 R, 9 H, 1 BB, 6 Ks) held up well through four innings, but three doubles and a single in the 5th inning gave Pensacola a 4-1 lead which it would not relinquish. OF Tristen Lutz (1-for-4, HR, RBI) had homered in the top of that 5th inning to tie the game 1-1, the second consecutive game in which he homered. SS Ethan Murray (1-for-3, double) and OF Terence Doston (1-for-2, walk, RBI) led an attempted 7th inning comeback with a double and RBI single, respectively, but a C Jason Lopez fly out to center field ended that threat with the Shuckers still down 4-2. The team did not register any baserunners in the 8th or 9th innings as it clearly ran out of gas. Speaking of Lopez, he nabbed a runner with a nice throw earlier in the game. Despite the loss, the Shuckers still won the road series 5-1. Three Quick Strikes and a Concern: 25-year old LHP Clayton Andrews (2 IP, 0 R, 0 H, 0 BB, 1 HBP, 5 Ks) ended the season on a very promising note, retiring six of seven batters, with five of them going down via strikeout. 18-year old OF Jackson Chourio’s thrilling 2022 season ended with this 0-for-4, 2K effort against the Blue Wahoos. Rest assured, he’ll come back with a vengeance to conquer AA baseball next season. Pensacola outhit Biloxi 11-to-3 in this contest and its own season will continue as it qualified for the playoffs by virtue of winning the First Half title. We’ve no word on the status of 25-year old 1B Thomas Dillard, who didn’t play in this final series after going 2-for-4 last week Sunday, last seen drawing an intentional walk as the designated hitter. Hopefully he’s healthy, as the team has an interesting decision on AA vs. AAA placement for 2023 (in what will be his 5th season of minor league ball), given his .755 OPS, supported by 81 walks (though with 157 strikeouts). We hope that you enjoy the Minor League Link Report. There’s no rest for the weary, as Nashville is immediately back in action today, Monday. Organizational Scoreboard including starting pitcher info, game times, MiLB TV links, and box scores Links for affiliate audio Current Milwaukee Brewers Organization Batting Stats and Depth Current Milwaukee Brewers Organization Pitching Stats and Depth View full article
  5. Trevor Gott is pitching in the majors this season after not appearing during 2021. He owns a 4.03 ERA across 38 innings pitched. Gott has been burned by the home run but has struck out over a batter per inning. He was placed on the 15-day injured list, retroactive to August 11, with a right forearm strain. Needing to replace him in the bullpen, Milwaukee recalled Peter Strzelecki. The rookie has made eight appearances this season spanning 11 1/3 innings. He owns a solid 3.18 ERA and has yet to allow a home run. The 15/4 K/BB continues to get him more opportunities as well. Each time he’s been called upon by the big league club, he’s put up solid efforts. Justin Topa had been rehabbing with Triple-A Nashville, having yet to pitch in the majors this season. Now back to health, Milwaukee optioned him and will allow Topa to work as relief depth until they need his services at the highest level.
  6. The Milwaukee Brewers have dealt with more than their fair share of pitching injuries this season, and over the weekend the bullpen needed a reshuffling. Justin Topa was activated from the 60-day injured list and optioned to Triple-A Nashville. Peter Strzelecki was recalled and he took Trevor Gott’s spot on the active roster. Trevor Gott is pitching in the majors this season after not appearing during 2021. He owns a 4.03 ERA across 38 innings pitched. Gott has been burned by the home run but has struck out over a batter per inning. He was placed on the 15-day injured list, retroactive to August 11, with a right forearm strain. Needing to replace him in the bullpen, Milwaukee recalled Peter Strzelecki. The rookie has made eight appearances this season spanning 11 1/3 innings. He owns a solid 3.18 ERA and has yet to allow a home run. The 15/4 K/BB continues to get him more opportunities as well. Each time he’s been called upon by the big league club, he’s put up solid efforts. Justin Topa had been rehabbing with Triple-A Nashville, having yet to pitch in the majors this season. Now back to health, Milwaukee optioned him and will allow Topa to work as relief depth until they need his services at the highest level. View full article
  7. Milwaukee had been without Mike Brosseau since June 1. He has primarily played on the left side of the infield for the Brewers, and his absence was notable given the career year he’s currently experiencing. Through 32 games for The Crew, Brosseau’s 137 OPS+ is rivaled by only a 36-game stretch with Tampa Bay in 2020. Both Jandel Gustave and Trevor Gott returning to the bullpen give Milwaukee options where they’ve had to consistently shuffle arms. Gott owns a 3.68 ERA across 22 innings this season while Gustave has posted a 4.80 ERA in 15 innings. Infielder Mark Mathias was optioned to Triple-A Nashville making room for Brosseau, while pitcher Peter Strzelecki was also optioned, and pitcher Miguel Sanchez was placed on the injured list with right UCL discomfort. The Brewers did add third basemen Pablo Reyes from Triple-A Nashville, but they hope to have Kolten Wong back soon as he was sent on a rehab assignment to the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers.
  8. The Milwaukee Brewers have dealt with a handful of injuries over the past few weeks that have left the active roster in flux. Over the weekend they got some good news as contributors returned after rehab stints. Mike Brosseau, Trevor Gott, and Jandel Gustave all returned in the past few days. Milwaukee had been without Mike Brosseau since June 1. He has primarily played on the left side of the infield for the Brewers, and his absence was notable given the career year he’s currently experiencing. Through 32 games for The Crew, Brosseau’s 137 OPS+ is rivaled by only a 36-game stretch with Tampa Bay in 2020. Both Jandel Gustave and Trevor Gott returning to the bullpen give Milwaukee options where they’ve had to consistently shuffle arms. Gott owns a 3.68 ERA across 22 innings this season while Gustave has posted a 4.80 ERA in 15 innings. Infielder Mark Mathias was optioned to Triple-A Nashville making room for Brosseau, while pitcher Peter Strzelecki was also optioned, and pitcher Miguel Sanchez was placed on the injured list with right UCL discomfort. The Brewers did add third basemen Pablo Reyes from Triple-A Nashville, but they hope to have Kolten Wong back soon as he was sent on a rehab assignment to the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers. View full article
  9. Nashville began their homestand in style, as did Biloxi, though we now have concerns with Sal Frelick and an upper leg injury. Wisconsin is crawling to the first-half finish line, yet we still have much to digest there in terms of video and audio. Carolina is clinging to the slimmest of first-place leads with just two games remaining in the playoff chase. All four rookie-level clubs played, only one fared well. Here we go! Transactions: - LHP Justin King promoted to High-A Wisconsin from ACL Brewers Gold - RHP Victor Castaneda activated from AA Biloxi's 7-day injured list - RHP Harold Chirino activated from AA Biloxi's 7-day injured list - OF Tristen Lutz placed on AA Biloxi's 7-day injured list - C Brent Diaz placed on AA Biloxi's 7-day injured list - OF Micah Bello placed on High-A Wisconsin's 7-day injured list - RHP Trevor Gott sent on rehab assignment to High-A Wisconsin - 3B Mike Brosseau sent on rehab assignment to High-A Wisconsin *** Nashville Pre-Game Media Notes Final: Nashville 4, 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: Sounds Top Stripers to Begin Homestand - Josh Lindblom tosses six shutout innings in win No video for Mario Feliciano's first home run of the season. If a tree falls in the woods... Jeff Hem's pregame interviews are excellent, and we link to them on our Minor League Forum each week. If you are pressed for time, I strongly suggest you minimally listen to the chat with Sounds' Video Coordinator Danny Althoff. Enthusiastic and passionate about his craft, I found it to be very eye-opening regarding the sheer volume of effort the Brewers, and in this case, Althoff, puts in. *** Biloxi Pre-Game Media Notes via the Shuckers' Virtual Press Box Final: Biloxi 5, Pensacola (Marlins) 3 Box Score / Game Log Via the Shuckers' site, game details, please review: Zavolas' Quality Start Helps Shuckers to Series-Opening Win - Reetz Sets New Career High With 14th Home Run Be sure you read that game summary, so much video within! Has any right fielder in all of MiLB had a better defensive night in 2022 than Joey Wiemer did Tuesday? And yes, Wiemer did nab the #5 and #1 spots on SportsCenter's Top Ten. Unfortunately... *** Wisconsin Pre-Game Media Notes via their all-encompassing Virtual Press Box Final: Quad Cities (Royals) 13, Wisconsin 5 Box Score / Game Log Via the Timber Rattlers' site, game details, please review: Quad Cities Cracks Wisconsin - River Bandits beat Timber Rattlers 13-5 That game summary includes: - Details on Tyler Black's night (on base five times) - Rehab performances by Trevor Gott and Mike Brosseau - The YouTube full game highlights - The Rattler Radio Postgame Podcast Soundcloud link In other words, Chris Mehring and the Rattler's' production staff, as per usual, just saved me a bunch of keystrokes! *** Carolina Pre-Game Media Notes Final: Down East (Rangers) 5, Carolina 2 Box Score / Game Log Via the Mudcats' site, details, please review: Quero Homers in 5-2 Series Opening Loss in Kinston - The Mudcats remained in first place in the first half standings despite the loss This is crazy! We won't be getting any video from the Down East home games this week, which is unfortunate. The Mudcats are the lone full-season affiliate on the road currently. Brewers brass couldn't have asked for more in terms of getting the young Muddies pressure-packed pennant chase experience, well, except for getting a win here. *** Final: ACL D-Backs Black 12, ACL Brewers Blue 1, seven innings as scheduled Box Score / Game Log Admit it, you saw the final score and immediately pounced on the "black-and-blue" association. Ouch! Now I'm starting to think the extreme heat is leading to all these seven-inning games, rather than the availability of arms on these split-squads. Pitch counts not listed here, but 19-year-old Venezuelan RHP Jesus Rivero did not last the first inning. He's finding his first stateside season rough going. Three lonely singles, two errors (miscues did not lead to unearned runs), Blue's only run scored on a passed ball, but regardless, nurse the bruises on Wednesday's off day. Blue now 3-9 on the season. *** Final: ACL Mariners 11, ACL Brewers Gold 0, seven innings as scheduled Box Score / Game Log Yikes, what happened in Arizona Tuesday? The Golden Boys normally fare better, now 7-5 on the season. What were we saying about lonely singles? Four of them here. 20-year-old Dominican RHP Yerlin Rodriguez appears as though he could have used time in the DSL, either last year or this. UPDATE: For even more on Arizona Complex League action, check out the post in our Minor League Forum here. *** To wrap up, I again turn things over to my buddy @damuelle for the Dominican details. Final: DSL Baltimore Black 5, DSL Brewers1 2 Box Score / Game Log The Brewers1 squad actually led most of this game, as all the Baltimore Black damage took place in a five-run sixth inning. The loss dropped the team’s record to 3-9. 18-year old starting LHP Osbriel Mogollon pitched three scoreless, hitless innings, striking out four batters and issuing two walks. His ERA remains 0.00 through three appearances on the season (six innings, nine Ks). Throughout the organization, catchers are hitting surprisingly well and this is no different for our DSL clubs. Here, 17-year old left-handed hitting C Roman La Torre (OPS of .931 in 15 plate appearances) hit an RBI double in the second inning to give the Brewers1 team a 1-0 lead. La Torre also threw out an attempted base stealer in the top half of the inning. Neither team had any hits from the third through fifth innings, as drama built in the one-run contest planned for just seven innings. However, Baltimore Black got to the Brewers1 relief core in the sixth inning, scoring five runs on four hits and a hit batsman, the last such hit being a two-run homer. Generating just two hits in any game will not get the job done, but we’ll still note that it was 18-year old switch-hitting 1B Arnys Rodriguez (.931 OPS in 27 plate appearances) who collected that second hit with two outs in the final inning to cut the deficit to 5-2. Exciting DH/OF Luis Lara continued his mini-slump (0-for-last-10; 1-for-last-14), but still sports an OPS of .966 through 51 plate appearances. Better luck Wednesday, young men (when you face off against your DSL Brewers counterparts!) *** Final: DSL Brewers2 8, DSL Texas Red 7 Box Score / Game Log The Brewers2 squad came out on top of this high-scoring, see-saw, nine-inning contest, taking leads in the first, fifth, seventh and eighth innings, before holding off the Texas Red team for the final six outs. The victory raised Brewers2’s record to 5-7. Major contributions were received from: 18-year old left-handed hitting 1B Yeison Perez (3-for-5, 2 doubles, 2 RBIs) - 1.392 season OPS in 43 plate appearances 18-year old left-handed hitting RF Irving Igualas (4-for-5, 1 RBI, 1 SB) - 1.005 season OPS in 25 plate appearances 18-year old DH/C Brayan Oropeza (2-for-3, 2 walks, 2 RBIs) - 1.825 season OPS in 14 plate appearances Starting 18-year old LHP Anfernny Reyes (4 2/3 innings, 3 R (0 ER), 6 H, 1 BB, 2 WPs, 2 Ks) - 0.00 season ERA in 13 1/3 innings Winning 19-year old RHP pitcher Hamlet Vasquez (3 IP, 1 R, 3 H, 1 BB, 1 WP, 4 Ks) - 2.08 season ERA in 4 1/3 innings. Brewers2 opened the scoring in the top of the first inning, with SS Demetrio Nadal walking and coming home on a LF Jose Gonzalez sacrifice fly. Texas Red answered back with two unearned runs in the second inning, aided by an infield hit and an error. But the defense behind starter Reyes wasn’t all bad, as three Texas Red singles in the third inning yielded no runs, thanks to a LF Gonzalez-3B Juan Baez-C Eric Martinez relay to nab a runner at home. Brewers2 grabbed its second lead of the game in the fifth inning, courtesy of Perez providing an RBI single, then scoring on a ground out for a 3-2 lead. Reyes exited after retiring the first two batters of the fifth inning, but Texas Red then tied it back up via an error and a balk. The game remained 3-3 until the top of the seventh inning, when a Perez RBI double scored Baez (who’d singled - .923 season OPS in 52 plate appearances), then Igualas singled home Perez for a 5-3 lead. Of course, this lead didn’t lead last, as Texas Red responded with four runs in the bottom half of the seventh inning for a 7-5 advantage. The entertainment continued in the top of the eighth inning, with Brewers2 plating three runs for an 8-7 lead that would hold up until the end. All the action came with two outs, as Perez doubled and scored on a wild pitch, then Oropeza singled home two runs to score Gonzalez (who’d walked) and Martinez (who’d been hit by a pitch). Hamlet Vasquez did give up three hits and a walk in his three innings of work, but only conceded one run in earning the victory. He struck out the final two batters in a three-up, three-down ninth inning. *** On Wednesday, it's all evening action for the four full-season clubs. We'll be rooting on Carolina to hold on to their slim lead in the division. As of press time, we are scheduled to welcome back @Julio Muchachoto be your Link Report guide for the night, we're sure he'll bring back his eternal optimism and enthusiasm for all things Crew prospects after some well-earned time off. Until then, here's to a Happy Humpday, everyone! Organizational Scoreboard including starting pitcher info, game times, MiLB TV links, and box scores Dominican Summer League Scoreboard Standings and sortable stat pages Current Milwaukee Brewers Organization Batting Stats and Depth Current Milwaukee Brewers Organization Pitching Stats and Depth View full article
  10. Transactions: - LHP Justin King promoted to High-A Wisconsin from ACL Brewers Gold - RHP Victor Castaneda activated from AA Biloxi's 7-day injured list - RHP Harold Chirino activated from AA Biloxi's 7-day injured list - OF Tristen Lutz placed on AA Biloxi's 7-day injured list - C Brent Diaz placed on AA Biloxi's 7-day injured list - OF Micah Bello placed on High-A Wisconsin's 7-day injured list - RHP Trevor Gott sent on rehab assignment to High-A Wisconsin - 3B Mike Brosseau sent on rehab assignment to High-A Wisconsin *** Nashville Pre-Game Media Notes Final: Nashville 4, 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: Sounds Top Stripers to Begin Homestand - Josh Lindblom tosses six shutout innings in win No video for Mario Feliciano's first home run of the season. If a tree falls in the woods... Jeff Hem's pregame interviews are excellent, and we link to them on our Minor League Forum each week. If you are pressed for time, I strongly suggest you minimally listen to the chat with Sounds' Video Coordinator Danny Althoff. Enthusiastic and passionate about his craft, I found it to be very eye-opening regarding the sheer volume of effort the Brewers, and in this case, Althoff, puts in. *** Biloxi Pre-Game Media Notes via the Shuckers' Virtual Press Box Final: Biloxi 5, Pensacola (Marlins) 3 Box Score / Game Log Via the Shuckers' site, game details, please review: Zavolas' Quality Start Helps Shuckers to Series-Opening Win - Reetz Sets New Career High With 14th Home Run Be sure you read that game summary, so much video within! Has any right fielder in all of MiLB had a better defensive night in 2022 than Joey Wiemer did Tuesday? And yes, Wiemer did nab the #5 and #1 spots on SportsCenter's Top Ten. Unfortunately... *** Wisconsin Pre-Game Media Notes via their all-encompassing Virtual Press Box Final: Quad Cities (Royals) 13, Wisconsin 5 Box Score / Game Log Via the Timber Rattlers' site, game details, please review: Quad Cities Cracks Wisconsin - River Bandits beat Timber Rattlers 13-5 That game summary includes: - Details on Tyler Black's night (on base five times) - Rehab performances by Trevor Gott and Mike Brosseau - The YouTube full game highlights - The Rattler Radio Postgame Podcast Soundcloud link In other words, Chris Mehring and the Rattler's' production staff, as per usual, just saved me a bunch of keystrokes! *** Carolina Pre-Game Media Notes Final: Down East (Rangers) 5, Carolina 2 Box Score / Game Log Via the Mudcats' site, details, please review: Quero Homers in 5-2 Series Opening Loss in Kinston - The Mudcats remained in first place in the first half standings despite the loss This is crazy! We won't be getting any video from the Down East home games this week, which is unfortunate. The Mudcats are the lone full-season affiliate on the road currently. Brewers brass couldn't have asked for more in terms of getting the young Muddies pressure-packed pennant chase experience, well, except for getting a win here. *** Final: ACL D-Backs Black 12, ACL Brewers Blue 1, seven innings as scheduled Box Score / Game Log Admit it, you saw the final score and immediately pounced on the "black-and-blue" association. Ouch! Now I'm starting to think the extreme heat is leading to all these seven-inning games, rather than the availability of arms on these split-squads. Pitch counts not listed here, but 19-year-old Venezuelan RHP Jesus Rivero did not last the first inning. He's finding his first stateside season rough going. Three lonely singles, two errors (miscues did not lead to unearned runs), Blue's only run scored on a passed ball, but regardless, nurse the bruises on Wednesday's off day. Blue now 3-9 on the season. *** Final: ACL Mariners 11, ACL Brewers Gold 0, seven innings as scheduled Box Score / Game Log Yikes, what happened in Arizona Tuesday? The Golden Boys normally fare better, now 7-5 on the season. What were we saying about lonely singles? Four of them here. 20-year-old Dominican RHP Yerlin Rodriguez appears as though he could have used time in the DSL, either last year or this. UPDATE: For even more on Arizona Complex League action, check out the post in our Minor League Forum here. *** To wrap up, I again turn things over to my buddy @damuelle for the Dominican details. Final: DSL Baltimore Black 5, DSL Brewers1 2 Box Score / Game Log The Brewers1 squad actually led most of this game, as all the Baltimore Black damage took place in a five-run sixth inning. The loss dropped the team’s record to 3-9. 18-year old starting LHP Osbriel Mogollon pitched three scoreless, hitless innings, striking out four batters and issuing two walks. His ERA remains 0.00 through three appearances on the season (six innings, nine Ks). Throughout the organization, catchers are hitting surprisingly well and this is no different for our DSL clubs. Here, 17-year old left-handed hitting C Roman La Torre (OPS of .931 in 15 plate appearances) hit an RBI double in the second inning to give the Brewers1 team a 1-0 lead. La Torre also threw out an attempted base stealer in the top half of the inning. Neither team had any hits from the third through fifth innings, as drama built in the one-run contest planned for just seven innings. However, Baltimore Black got to the Brewers1 relief core in the sixth inning, scoring five runs on four hits and a hit batsman, the last such hit being a two-run homer. Generating just two hits in any game will not get the job done, but we’ll still note that it was 18-year old switch-hitting 1B Arnys Rodriguez (.931 OPS in 27 plate appearances) who collected that second hit with two outs in the final inning to cut the deficit to 5-2. Exciting DH/OF Luis Lara continued his mini-slump (0-for-last-10; 1-for-last-14), but still sports an OPS of .966 through 51 plate appearances. Better luck Wednesday, young men (when you face off against your DSL Brewers counterparts!) *** Final: DSL Brewers2 8, DSL Texas Red 7 Box Score / Game Log The Brewers2 squad came out on top of this high-scoring, see-saw, nine-inning contest, taking leads in the first, fifth, seventh and eighth innings, before holding off the Texas Red team for the final six outs. The victory raised Brewers2’s record to 5-7. Major contributions were received from: 18-year old left-handed hitting 1B Yeison Perez (3-for-5, 2 doubles, 2 RBIs) - 1.392 season OPS in 43 plate appearances 18-year old left-handed hitting RF Irving Igualas (4-for-5, 1 RBI, 1 SB) - 1.005 season OPS in 25 plate appearances 18-year old DH/C Brayan Oropeza (2-for-3, 2 walks, 2 RBIs) - 1.825 season OPS in 14 plate appearances Starting 18-year old LHP Anfernny Reyes (4 2/3 innings, 3 R (0 ER), 6 H, 1 BB, 2 WPs, 2 Ks) - 0.00 season ERA in 13 1/3 innings Winning 19-year old RHP pitcher Hamlet Vasquez (3 IP, 1 R, 3 H, 1 BB, 1 WP, 4 Ks) - 2.08 season ERA in 4 1/3 innings. Brewers2 opened the scoring in the top of the first inning, with SS Demetrio Nadal walking and coming home on a LF Jose Gonzalez sacrifice fly. Texas Red answered back with two unearned runs in the second inning, aided by an infield hit and an error. But the defense behind starter Reyes wasn’t all bad, as three Texas Red singles in the third inning yielded no runs, thanks to a LF Gonzalez-3B Juan Baez-C Eric Martinez relay to nab a runner at home. Brewers2 grabbed its second lead of the game in the fifth inning, courtesy of Perez providing an RBI single, then scoring on a ground out for a 3-2 lead. Reyes exited after retiring the first two batters of the fifth inning, but Texas Red then tied it back up via an error and a balk. The game remained 3-3 until the top of the seventh inning, when a Perez RBI double scored Baez (who’d singled - .923 season OPS in 52 plate appearances), then Igualas singled home Perez for a 5-3 lead. Of course, this lead didn’t lead last, as Texas Red responded with four runs in the bottom half of the seventh inning for a 7-5 advantage. The entertainment continued in the top of the eighth inning, with Brewers2 plating three runs for an 8-7 lead that would hold up until the end. All the action came with two outs, as Perez doubled and scored on a wild pitch, then Oropeza singled home two runs to score Gonzalez (who’d walked) and Martinez (who’d been hit by a pitch). Hamlet Vasquez did give up three hits and a walk in his three innings of work, but only conceded one run in earning the victory. He struck out the final two batters in a three-up, three-down ninth inning. *** On Wednesday, it's all evening action for the four full-season clubs. We'll be rooting on Carolina to hold on to their slim lead in the division. As of press time, we are scheduled to welcome back @Julio Muchachoto be your Link Report guide for the night, we're sure he'll bring back his eternal optimism and enthusiasm for all things Crew prospects after some well-earned time off. Until then, here's to a Happy Humpday, everyone! 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  11. Milwaukee placed Mike Brosseau on the injured list at the beginning of June with a right ankle sprain. He will have missed roughly three weeks of action by the time he is activated back to the Major League roster. With the Brewers assigning the rehab games to Single-A Wisconsin, the proximity suggests it won’t be a long length of time before either player is ready to return. Trevor Gott was placed on the injured list on June 7th, but the move was retroactive to the 6th. Gott’s injury was listed as a right groin strain and he last pitched on June 5th against the San Diego Padres. On the year Gott is sporting a 3.86 ERA across 21 innings for The Crew. Although not thought of as a relief stalwart, Gott owns a career best H/9 and BB/9 mark. Brosseau is having a career year for Milwaukee with a .798 OPS and 125 OPS+ through 31 games. Both players would be a boost to the active roster.
  12. The Milwaukee Brewers are drawing closer to the return of pitcher Trevor Gott and infielder Mike Brosseau. Both are set to start rehab assignments with the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers on Tuesday. Milwaukee placed Mike Brosseau on the injured list at the beginning of June with a right ankle sprain. He will have missed roughly three weeks of action by the time he is activated back to the Major League roster. With the Brewers assigning the rehab games to Single-A Wisconsin, the proximity suggests it won’t be a long length of time before either player is ready to return. Trevor Gott was placed on the injured list on June 7th, but the move was retroactive to the 6th. Gott’s injury was listed as a right groin strain and he last pitched on June 5th against the San Diego Padres. On the year Gott is sporting a 3.86 ERA across 21 innings for The Crew. Although not thought of as a relief stalwart, Gott owns a career best H/9 and BB/9 mark. Brosseau is having a career year for Milwaukee with a .798 OPS and 125 OPS+ through 31 games. Both players would be a boost to the active roster. View full article
  13. Hunter Renfroe has been out of action for Milwaukee since May 23 when he left the game in the 4th inning against the San Diego Padres. Renfroe returns to a .266/.303/.503 slash line along with a career best 123 OPS+. Through 39 games in Milwaukee, Renfroe has paid dividends to a Brewers lineup looking to stay atop the NL Central. After seeing so many pitchers hit the injured list over the past few weeks, the Brewers have to be excited about getting back one of their key offensive assets. While replacing names like Brandon Woodruff and Freddy Peralta may be impossible, mitigating their impact by scoring more runs is a decent strategy. Renfroe is playing right field and batting fifth tonight for Milwaukee. Trevor Gott's placement on the injured list is retroactive to June 6, and he's going down with a right groin strain. Gott has pitched 21 innings during his first season in Milwaukee, and he's posted a 3.86 ERA thus far. One of the better relievers in the Brewers bullpen, the hope would be that the time missed on the injured list is the minimum.
  14. The Milwaukee Brewers get a boost to their lineup before tonight's game with the announcement that outfielder Hunter Renfroe has been activated from the injured list. Reliever Trevor Gott was placed on the injured list to make room on the active roster. Hunter Renfroe has been out of action for Milwaukee since May 23 when he left the game in the 4th inning against the San Diego Padres. Renfroe returns to a .266/.303/.503 slash line along with a career best 123 OPS+. Through 39 games in Milwaukee, Renfroe has paid dividends to a Brewers lineup looking to stay atop the NL Central. After seeing so many pitchers hit the injured list over the past few weeks, the Brewers have to be excited about getting back one of their key offensive assets. While replacing names like Brandon Woodruff and Freddy Peralta may be impossible, mitigating their impact by scoring more runs is a decent strategy. Renfroe is playing right field and batting fifth tonight for Milwaukee. Trevor Gott's placement on the injured list is retroactive to June 6, and he's going down with a right groin strain. Gott has pitched 21 innings during his first season in Milwaukee, and he's posted a 3.86 ERA thus far. One of the better relievers in the Brewers bullpen, the hope would be that the time missed on the injured list is the minimum. View full article
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