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Posted: May 10, 2019, 2:39 PM Post
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Organizational Scoreboard including starting pitcher info, game times, MiLB TV links, and box scores

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Links for affiliate audio

Have great seasons Garrett in Biloxi, Greg in Carolina, and Chris in Appleton! And welcome to Mike Haeger (@samissionsradio ) down in San Antonio!

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Posted: May 10, 2019, 4:28 PM Post
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Pre-Game Media Notes:

San Antonio

Carolina

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Posted: May 10, 2019, 7:30 PM Post
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Keston Hiura is not in the San Antonio lineup tonight. Maybe just a regular day off, or is it ...


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Posted: May 10, 2019, 7:31 PM Post
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Corey Ray goes yard. Hope he can get on track.

"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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Just saw Nick Ramirez was called up by the Tigers. I always hoped he'd make it to MLB as a power reliever lefty with potent bat


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Nice to see a solid outing tonight from Francis. The results haven't been pretty at AA, but that is a pretty aggressive assignment.

Also, Zavalos is certainly having himself a season.


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Corey Ray goes yard. Hope he can get on track.


Stokes with a jack himself...

Now, if Cam Roegner can get back into action...


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Posted: May 11, 2019, 4:13 AM Post
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Just saw Nick Ramirez was called up by the Tigers. I always hoped he'd make it to MLB as a power reliever lefty with potent bat


Once a slugging first baseman, new Tiger Nick Ramirez gets to majors as reliever
Chris McCosky, The Detroit News

Fun quotes within, congrats Nick!


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Posted: May 11, 2019, 4:37 AM Post
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Box: San Antonio 9, New Orleans 8

Voice of the Missions Mike Saeger confirmed this was simply a scheduled night off for Keston Hiura.

The final five of seven relievers to appear have pitched for the big league Brewers this season.

Missions Comeback Late to Defeat Baby Cakes
Five-run eighth inning lifts San Antonio

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Winning with three outfield standouts
Ray, Taylor, Stokes homer in Missions' victory
By Jerry Briggs / San Antonio Missions

Come for the quotes and the notation that it's Jimmy Nelson's turn again Saturday in New Orleans (if rain allows).

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Still an Isan Diaz fan? Photos from earlier in this series are here.


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Posted: May 11, 2019, 4:55 AM Post
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Box, Game One: Montgomery 2, Biloxi 0

Box, Game Two: Montgomery 4, Biloxi 0

The Brewers have been fortunate not to lose players on waivers as of late (and they have not DFA'd any "prospect" types during that stretch), so we can scratch our heads as to RHP Marcos Diplan's 40-man roster spot despite continued long-term ineffectiveness and final option year in 2020, but it hasn't harmed the organization yet.

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The Shuckers have not posted the summaries online yet, but we do have a copy-and-paste option here for you this morning:

[url]SHUCKERS HELD SCORELESS THROUGHOUT DOUBLE HEADER IN LOSSES TO BISCUITS[/url]
With Series in Hand, Biloxi Drops Final Two Against Biscuits
Garrett Greene, Biloxi Shuckers

BILOXI, MS – After clinching the series with three-consecutive wins, the Biloxi Shuckers (17-18) saw the Montgomery Biscuits (21-13) flip the script during Friday's doubleheader, handing Biloxi a pair of shutout losses. Despite strong showings from starters Bowden Francis (L, 0-3) and Tyler Spurlin, the offense did not tally an extra-base hit on the night and landed a man on third just twice over the two contests.

Jesus Sanchez supplied both runs for Montgomery in game one. Miles Mastrobuoni singled off Francis to open the game and advanced to third base on a fly out from Dalton Kelly. Sanchez then plated the run with a sacrifice fly to give Montgomery an early 1-0 lead. Later in the third, Mastrobuoni reached again on an infield error and scored when Sanchez rolled an infield groundout to first.

Francis managed to complete five innings in his start, allowing just the one earned run on three hits and striking out three.

The Shuckers best scoring opportunity came in the fifth inning against Brendan McKay (W, 2-0). Alexander Alvarez walked, Michael O'Neill reached on a fielder's choice and Trent Grisham drew ball four to load the bases. McKay settled in and struck out Weston Wilson and Patrick Leonard to escape the jam and preserve the lead. Curtis Taylor (S,4) followed McKay with two scoreless innings, earning the save and locking up a 2-0 victory.

Looking to recover in game two, Tyler Spurlin tossed perfect baseball out of the gate in his first start of the season. The sidewinder struck out four over two perfect innings before turning the game over to Marcos Diplan (L, 0-3) in the third. Robbie Tenerowicz doubled with one out and Miles Mastrobuoni walked to put a pair of runners on. Diplan offered a low and away fastball to Josh Lowe in the next at bat and the Biscuits first baseman punched it over the left field wall, giving Montgomery a 3-0 lead.

Montgomery got another five-inning shutout effort from Kenny Rosenberg (W, 3-0), who stranded a pair of runners in scoring position in the second inning.

Luis Aviles Jr. supplied the only multi-hit night in game two, singling in the ninth off Benton Moss (S,1) before getting thrown out trying to swipe second. Cooper Hummel struck out and Bruce Caldwell flied out to center as Montgomery walked away from the series with a 4-0 win.

After taking three of five games over the Biscuits the Shuckers now head on the road for a five-game series with the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp beginning on Saturday at 5:35 PM CT. The Shuckers will send RHP Alec Bettinger (0-3, 8.13) to the mound while Jacksonville will counter with RHP Cody Poteet (2-3, 4.00). The game can be heard locally in Biloxi on Cruisin' WGCM AM 1240/100.9 FM, TuneIn Radio or the MiLB First Pitch App and can be seen on MiLB.TV. Fans can save $10 off their subscription when they use the promo code 'Shuckers' at checkout.


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Posted: May 11, 2019, 5:03 AM Post
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Box: Carolina 5, Myrtle Beach 1

Zavolas Zips Through Eight Complete While Leading Carolina to 5-1 Series Opening Victory
Carolina defeated Myrtle Beach 5-1 in front of 5,636 at Five County Stadium on Friday night

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Quick VIDEO tweets via the Mudcats:

Noah Zavolas

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Box: Wisconsin 5, Lake County 4

Wisconsin Has Just Enough Insurance to Beat Lake County
By Chris Mehring / Wisconsin Timber Rattlers

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AUDIO via the Rattler Radio Soundcloud: "In tonight's Postgame Podcast, Chris Mehring and Kyle Lobner have a little fun with the Copa de la Diversión contest between Los Cascabeles and Picantes de Lake County. There is talk of pitching and defense along with strategy and situational hitting in Wisconsin's win. Hear Clubhouse Comments on the game and the jerseys from Chad McClanahan, Aaron Ashby, Robbie Hitt, and Matt Erickson."


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On Saturday, the Timber Rattlers host an afternoon affair, while the other affiliates have evening action taking place after the Brewers-Cubs matinee. Everybody is on MiLB.TV, with home feeds for Carolina and Wisconsin.


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Much better outing this time around for Angel Perdomo:

2 ip 0 h 2 bb 4 ks


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Posted: May 11, 2019, 5:41 AM Post
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AUDIO via the Rattler Radio Soundcloud: "In tonight's Postgame Podcast, Chris Mehring and Kyle Lobner have a little fun with the Copa de la Diversión contest between Los Cascabeles and Picantes de Lake County. There is talk of pitching and defense along with strategy and situational hitting in Wisconsin's win. Hear Clubhouse Comments on the game and the jerseys from Chad McClanahan, Aaron Ashby, Robbie Hitt, and Matt Erickson."


Matt Erickson commented on Justin Bullock (Thursday elbow injury). No formal injured list stint yet, but that will happen. Bullock is in Milwaukee to be evaluated further, everyone hoping for the best.


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Box: Carolina 5, Myrtle Beach 1

Zavolas Zips Through Eight Complete While Leading Carolina to 5-1 Series Opening Victory
Carolina defeated Myrtle Beach 5-1 in front of 5,636 at Five County Stadium on Friday night



Got to see Noah again. He is really impressive. Reminds me a lot of Davies. And happy 23rd to him today!


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What are you 40+ year old guys up to on July 26? [smile]

"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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