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Posted: December 27, 2018, 5:04 AM Post
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Rough night for Junior Guerra Wednesday --

Aragua Bottom of the 7th

Pitching Change: Junior Guerra replaces Sam Runion.
Henry Alejandro Rodriguez walks.
Mound Visit.
Franklin Barreto singles on a soft ground ball to third baseman Alberto Gonzalez. Henry Alejandro Rodriguez to 2nd.
Yeltsin Gudino strikes out swinging.
Jose Tabata singles on a ground ball to right fielder Teodoro Martinez. Henry Alejandro Rodriguez scores. Franklin Barreto to 2nd.
Anthony Santander homers (5) on a fly ball to right center field. Franklin Barreto scores. Jose Tabata scores.
Mound Visit.
Pitching Change: Ulises Joaquin replaces Junior Guerra.

In the same game, in the opposing dugout, Jesus Aguilar walked, then struck out twice, and was ejected arguing a called third strike.

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In Puerto Rico, LHP Alex Claudio's outing --

Caguas Top of the 6th

Jonathan Morales walks.
Yadiel Rivera singles on a fly ball to right fielder Henry Ramos. Jonathan Morales to 2nd.
Jack Lopez singles on a line drive to left fielder Danny Ortiz. Jonathan Morales to 3rd. Yadiel Rivera to 2nd.
Jancarlos Cintron singles on a line drive to center fielder Jay Gonzalez. Jonathan Morales scores. Yadiel Rivera to 3rd. Jack Lopez to 2nd.
Pitching Change: Alberto Rodriguez replaces Jonathan Sanchez.
Rusney Castillo strikes out swinging.
Pitching Change: Alex Claudio replaces Alberto Rodriguez.
Victor Caratini doubles (1) on a fly ball to left fielder Danny Ortiz. Yadiel Rivera scores. Jack Lopez scores. Jancarlos Cintron to 3rd.
Alex Claudio intentionally walks David Vidal.
Dayron Varona out on a sacrifice fly to left fielder Danny Ortiz. Jancarlos Cintron scores.
Geraldo Valentin grounds out, pitcher Alex Claudio to first baseman Yariel Gonzalez.

Caguas Top of the 7th

Jonathan Morales grounds out, third baseman Emmanuel Rivera to first baseman Yariel Gonzalez.
Yadiel Rivera grounds out, pitcher Alex Claudio to first baseman Yariel Gonzalez.
Jack Lopez grounds out, shortstop Jesmuel Valentin to first baseman Yariel Gonzalez.

Caguas Top of the 8th

Jancarlos Cintron singles on a ground ball to center fielder Jay Gonzalez.
Rusney Castillo singles on a line drive to right fielder Henry Ramos. Jancarlos Cintron to 2nd.
Victor Caratini grounds into a force out, fielded by third baseman Emmanuel Rivera. Jancarlos Cintron out at 3rd. Rusney Castillo to 2nd. Victor Caratini to 1st.
Pitching Change: Tyler Herron replaces Alex Claudio.
David Vidal flies out to left fielder Danny Ortiz.
Offensive Substitution: Pinch-hitter Vimael Machin replaces Dayron Varona.
Pitching Change: Christian Torres replaces Tyler Herron.
Vimael Machin called out on strikes.

So Claudio was charged with a blown save when he let those three inherited runners to score, and then he was helped out by his bullpen mates on the back end. The box score line shows two scoreless innings. That middle inning was pure Claudio, though.


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Posted: December 29, 2018, 6:13 AM Post
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Mass Haas said:
22-year-old RHP Carlos Luna, who dazzled in his 2nd pro season in the Dominican Summer League, missed the next two full seasons (Tommy John), and then fared well (0.95 WHIP) in Maryvale last summer, is reportedly pitching well in relief in his native Panama (certainly one of the less-documented pro winter leagues).


Panama Winter League stats located

For the team linked, you'll find Luna in addition to one of our favorites, 18-year-old (19 in February) OF Bryan Dimas. In two summers in the Dominican, Dimas has struck out 182 times in 305 at-bats. Perseverance, young man.


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Posted: December 30, 2018, 4:59 AM Post
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RHP Tristan Archer has been a reliable organization workhorse in his six pro seasons with the Crew. Entering his last season of club control, Archer is pitching very well in the Dominican Winter League round-robin playoffs, as his agency noted in very brief video form here. Here's the box score showing two scoreless innings as his team won on a walkoff.

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Meanwhile, busy night for Brewer big leaguers in Venezuela:

Box Score: Jesus Aguilar 2-for-4, two singles. If this were the 2019 regular season, would there be a bit of panic at just four doubles and no home runs through 20 games?

Box Score: Orlando Arcia continues a fantastic winter, 2-for-4 with a walk, now .333/.395/.470 (.864 OPS) through 17 games.

Box Score: Junior Guerra bounces back from a disastrous outing three days earlier with two scoreless frames:

Caracas Bottom of the 7th

Pitching Change: Junior Guerra replaces Miguel Burgos.
Wilfredo Tovar pops out to second baseman Edgar Duran.
Leobaldo Pina walks.
Anderson De La Rosa grounds into a double play, third baseman Alberto Gonzalez to second baseman Edgar Duran to first baseman Hector Sanchez. Leobaldo Pina out at 2nd.

Caracas Bottom of the 8th

Maikol Gonzalez grounds out, third baseman Alberto Gonzalez to first baseman Hector Sanchez.
Harold Castro flies out to left fielder Gregor Blanco.
Isaias Tejeda doubles (10) on a fly ball to left fielder Gregor Blanco.
With Jeffrey Baez batting, wild pitch by Junior Guerra, Isaias Tejeda to 3rd.
Jeffrey Baez strikes out swinging.

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Via Google Translate of this Saturday article --

In Orlando Arcia, Caribes not only has a magnificent fielder, but a slugger who became worthy to fear. "I really felt very comfortable at home," says the Anzoaatiguense shortstop. "I'm always working on my hitting. I always arrive early and I work extra that part of my game "

From Valencia. - Orlando Arcia comes from an injured season in the Major Leagues: he hit .366, with .268 of on-base percentage and 55 of adjusted OPS. His offensive production was so low that the Milwaukee Brewers sent him twice to the minors, but that did not stop him from being the main shortstop of the organization, as was demonstrated in the postseason, when he played ten games, gave three homers and hit for .333. For the Venezuelan professional baseball, and especially for Caribes de Anzoátegui, his presence is an ostentation.

And since he came to the Tribe, Orlando Arcia has noted his superiority with respect to the league. Averaged .333, with .379 on-base percentage. In 51 innings he has hit six tubeyes and a home run. And despite his four errors on the field, he has squandered the category of shortstop. "These days he went to shoot a shot from the gardens and grabbed him with his bare hand. It's a show, "said an executive of the ninth aborigine. At a time when less than a quarter of the Venezuelan bigleaguers come to play in their country, Arcia's presence is amazing.

"I always want to play here in my country and in front of my fans," says Orlando Arcia at Beisbolplay. "That's why I spoke early with the management of Milwaukee to get permission. They gave it to me without putting limitations on me, as far as the equipment goes. The only thing they asked me was to play quietly, not to drive me crazy. But they did not give me a deadline to leave the team. "

In Orlando Arcia, Caribes not only has a magnificent fielder, but a slugger who became worthy to fear. "I really felt very comfortable at home," says the Anzoaatiguense shortstop. "I'm always working on my hitting. I always arrive early and I work extra that part of my game. "

"It is very important to have Arcia," says the manager of Caribes, Omar López. "He not only offers guarantees in a premium position such as shortstop, but also leadership in the clubhouse." Orlando Arcia is one of the main attractions of the tournament and I hope to remain so in January, with Anzoátegui qualifying for the postseason.


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Posted: January 05, 2019, 6:37 AM Post
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Third home run in two days for Zach Clark





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Posted: January 05, 2019, 6:39 AM Post
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All Latin leagues have completed their regular seasons and now weeks-long playoffs and round-robins are underway. That means this Brewers players stat page is final (except for Australia).


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Jesus Aguilar finally goes deep


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Posted: January 13, 2019, 7:29 AM Post
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RHP Christian Meister, the former Indians' farmhand who joined the Brewers in late June and saw action in Maryvale and Wisconsin, has been pitching in relief for Melbourne in the ABL (seven appearances).

His latest effort was clutch, locking down a one-run win with two eventful but scoreless innings of work -- Meister even had to bad, as the opponents lost their DH.

Adelaide Top of the 8th

Pitching Change: Christian Meister replaces Harrison Cooney, batting 6th.
Mikey Reynolds flies out to center fielder Rudy Martin.
Nicholas Shumpert walks.
Mitchell Edwards singles on a line drive to center fielder Rudy Martin. Nicholas Shumpert to 3rd.
Aaron Whitefield called out on strikes.
Kuan-Jen Chen walks. Mitchell Edwards to 2nd.
Curtis Mead strikes out swinging.

Adelaide Top of the 9th

Stefan Welch grounds out, second baseman D. J. Burt to first baseman Luke Hughes.
Offensive Substitution: Pinch-hitter Austin Gallagher replaces Landon Hernandez.
Austin Gallagher strikes out swinging.
Jordan McArdle singles on a line drive to center fielder Rudy Martin.
Mikey Reynolds singles on a ground ball to right fielder Garrison Schwartz. Jordan McArdle to 3rd.
With Nicholas Shumpert batting, Mikey Reynolds steals (8) 2nd base.
Nicholas Shumpert flies out to center fielder Rudy Martin.

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That being said, Meister has walked an unsightly 16 in 11 innings (one HBP). The fireballer will need to clean that up in spring camp, heading into his age 25 season.


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Posted: January 19, 2019, 7:05 AM Post
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OF Zach Clark, likely a 2019 Mudcat, finished his Aussie season with a bang - his team-leading 6th HR, double, and bases-loaded walk. His expansion New Zealand team (14-26) concluded a 40-day road trip, clinching their first series win in their finale.

Clark finished with a .702 OPS, a vampire-like split (.882 OPS in 20 night games, .507 OPS in 20 day games). 46 K/9 BB in 135 AB. Six OF assists, just one error. 7 SB/5 CS. Stories to last a lifetime, and this final game highlight. Safe travels home!



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