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Posted: June 24, 2012, 9:32 PM Post
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Helena 6 Billings (Reds) 4

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The Helena Brewers will be competitive at least, and they were very good tonight getting a big win against the undefeated Reds team and 2011 1st rounder Robert Stephenson.

Stephenson matched Helena starter Michael Schaub for a couple innings but Shaub and the H-Crew were too much. Shaub threw 6 innings giving up 4 H 1 R 1 ER 2 BB 2 K 1 HR 1 WP with a 9:3 GO:FO. Elliot Glynn came on and promptly blew the save. Naturally, Glynn ended up with the win despite his poor inning. Connor Whalen came on after another 3-run Helena inning and recorded a 6-out save.

2B Chris McFarland (2-3 BB SB) is flashing his above average hit tool early this season. Michael Reed (0-2 BB HBP) was on twice. Mike Garza (2-4 2B CS E (4)) had another big game and recorded the only XBH for the good guys. 9-hitter part-time player Yonki Hernandez (2-3 2 SB) is off to fast start.

A measly 315 people came out for the game in Helena despite the perfect day for baseball.

Game Log

Point-counterpoint. Yeah, I am cliche.

Billings Top of the 7th

Pitcher Change: Elliott Glynn replaces Michael Schaub.
Taylor Wrenn hit by pitch.
Robert Ramirez walks. Taylor Wrenn to 2nd.
Brennan May strikes out swinging.
Wagner Gomez called out on strikes.
Brandon Dailey homers (1) on a fly ball to left field. Taylor Wrenn scores. Robert Ramirez scores.
Spencer Dickinson flies out to right fielder Raul Mondesi.

Helena Bottom of the 7th

Michael Turay grounds out, third baseman Robert Ramirez to first baseman Carlos Sanchez.
Yonki Hernandez singles on a line drive to center fielder Brennan May.
With Raul Mondesi batting, Yonki Hernandez steals (4) 2nd base.
Raul Mondesi strikes out swinging.
With Christopher McFarland batting, wild pitch by Jimmy Moran, Yonki Hernandez to 3rd.
Christopher McFarland singles on a ground ball to third baseman Robert Ramirez. Yonki Hernandez scores.
Michael Reed hit by pitch. Christopher McFarland to 2nd.
Pitcher Change: Sean Lucas replaces Jimmy Moran.
Mike Garza doubles (3) on a line drive to right fielder Jesse Winker. Christopher McFarland scores. Michael Reed scores.
Michael Nemeth flies out to right fielder Jesse Winker.


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Posted: June 24, 2012, 9:48 PM Post
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Maybe it's the fact that he's 24 yrs old, but I still feel like Burgos is flying under the radar a bit. He's put up some pretty good numbers since his promotion to Huntsville. 48.1 IP, 2.42 ERA, 49 SO, 19 walks.


I think people spent to much time talking prospects and forget about others that are actually doing better than Top prospect.


I think the reality is that some players are just going to have to prove themselves at every level. Burgos is no different than Chris Cody or any other pitcher that has come before him with more moxie than stuff. Early in AA Hiram struggled early in games and settled in nicely late, his last 4 starts he has avoided that trend but is still walking too many hitters. He remains an intriguing prospect, but he's going to have to command the zone better to continue his success.

Mike Fiers has proven that there's more to pitching than just "stuff", but guys with "stuff" simply have more margin for error. It's the difference between any legitimate top of the rotation starter and the guys who follow, those top of the rotation types don't have to have their best stuff to succeed where RHP like a Suppan or Marcum (not saying they are similar pitchers, just the first control RHP that popped into my head) depend almost solely upon their command in every start. It's not bias, it's just experience watching what happens with prospects as they progress through the system.

I'll be honest, the comp I've had in my head for Hiram is Dave Bush, and I haven't really been able to shake it. It's certainly nothing personal towards Burgos or any prospect, or their families and/or friends that might read the forum, it's just rather cold and emotionless discussion on my part. I treat Thornburg the same way I do Scarpetta, Jungmann, Burgos, whomever... I'd guess that many of us who do the LR don't have many rooting interests in any particular player, but more a rooting interest in the system.

Personally I give it straight, I learned a long time ago that I'm a horrible liar so I write it pretty much exactly how I would would say it or coach it; here's what I like, here's what you need to do to improve, keep working hard, a pat on the back, and away they go... I give my unfiltered honest opinion every time out because I don't know any other way.

It's certainly rubbed people the wrong way, the Jungmann discussions are a good example, and knowing that is why I didn't want to LR on that team because I got the feeling people where taking my comments for something that wasn't my intent. I'm certainly not looking to offend or hurt anyone's feelings, but it has happened in the past with a Rogers' family member for example and to this day he remains one of the very few prospects I actually do take a rooting interest in. If that's the case here I'm truly sorry, I've never intended any offense.

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Posted: June 24, 2012, 10:03 PM Post
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Final: Albuquerque 4, Nashville 2

Sounds Fall To Isotopes, 4-2

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Scott Van Slyke's seventh-inning RBI double gave Albuquerque its first lead of the night and propelled the Isotopes to a 4-2 victory over the Nashville Sounds on Sunday evening at Isotopes Park.

The loss dropped Nashville (31-46) to just 2-15 in games decided by two runs this season. The Sounds had runners on base in every inning except the fourth but were only able to get a run to the plate in the third frame.

Logan Schafer continued his recent hot hitting for the Sounds, going 2-for-4 to produce his ninth multiple-hit effort in his last 15 games. Schafer is hitting .413 in June (31-for-75).

Shortstop Edwin Maysonet returned to the Sounds with a 2-for-4 evening after spending a month with Milwaukee and outfielder Corey Patterson stayed hot with the lumber, going 2-for-4. The veteran has recorded a knock in nine of his last 11 tilts.

Nashville missed out on an early scoring opportunity. After putting runners on second and third with only one out in the second against Isotopes starter Fernando Nieve, Dayton Buller struck out and Sounds starter Brian Baker grounded out to end the frame.

Baker returned the favor in the bottom of the frame, successfully working out of a one-out, second-and-third jam of his own. The right-hander popped up Brian Cavazos-Galvez then struck out Tyler Henson to keep it a scoreless contest.

The Sounds took a 2-0 lead against Nieve in the third without recording an RBI in the frame. Maysonet got things started with a one-out double to left and moved to third on a Schafer single. With Andy Gonzalez at the plate, Schafer stole second and Maysonet was able to score the night's first run when catcher Tim Federowicz misfired into center field. Gonzalez then singled to right, where former Sound Trent Oeltjen booted the ball which allowed Schafer to race home with the frame's second run.

AUDIO: Sounds' First Run
AUDIO: Sounds' Second Run

Henson put Albuquerque on the board in the fifth when he led off the home half of the fifth with a solo homer to left off Baker The infielder's third big fly of the year halved the Sounds' lead to 2-1.

Baker, who took a no-decision, turned in an admirable effort in a spot start for Nashville, limiting Albuquerque to one run on five hits while striking out a season-high five during his 4 1/3 innings of action.

The Isotopes knotted the contest at 2-2 with a two-out rally against Rob Wooten in the sixth inning. After the right-hander retired the frame's first two hitters, he allowed back-to-back soft singles up the middle to Cavazos-Galvez and Henson before pinch-hitter Alex Castellanos drilled an RBI double to left-center that bounced over the wall, likely saving the Sounds a run. With runners standing on second and third, Wooten recovered to catch Oeltjen looking at a called third strike to escape the jam without further damage.

Albuquerque took its first lead of the night in the seventh against Sounds reliever Amaury Rivas. Matt Angle led off with a single to right and moved to third on a well-executed hit-and-run single through the hole at shortstop off the bat of Joe Becker. Scott Van Slyke followed with a go-ahead RBI double into the left field corner that gave the 'Topes at 3-2 advantage. After former Sound Luis Cruz was walked intentionally to load the bases, Federowicz lifted a sacrifice fly to the track in left-center that advanced each runner a base, with Becker trotting to the plate with an insurance run.

Rivas kept the Sounds' deficit at two runs by stranding runners on second and third as he induced a groundout from Cavazos-Galvez before striking out Henson to end the frame.

The Albuquerque bullpen closed out the contest with two scoreless frames to secure the victory.

Angel Guzman worked around a two-out Patterson double to toss a scoreless eighth.

The Sounds made closer Josh Wall sweat after he took the hill for the ninth, loading the bases on a hit followed by a pair of two-out walks before Wall converted his PCL-leading 17th save in 18 chances by inducing a game-ending groundout off the bat of Gonzalez.

Cole St. Clair (3-0), who worked a scoreless relief inning behind Nieve for Albuquerque, picked up the victory. Nieve took a quality-start no-decision for the 'Topes after holding the Sounds to two runs in his six innings of work.

Rivas (4-5) absorbed the loss after giving up two runs in his two innings.

Second baseman Eric Farris singled in the sixth inning to extend the Sounds' longest active hitting streak to six games and Jeff Bianchi went 2-for-2 to run his season-best hit streak to four.

The teams continue the series with an 8:05 p.m. CT contest on Monday evening. Right-hander Seth McClung (1-8, 4.60) will man the bump for the Sounds to face Albuquerque right-hander Will Savage (9-3, 5.15).

Nashville Box Score
I gotta give it up for Brian Baker who pitched much better than I thought he would. It's disappointing that the sounds didn't do much against opposing starter Fernando Nieve who came into the game carrying an ERA over 7 in 11 starts. Caleb Gindl returned to the starting line-up today after missing a couple of games battling a bug that's been going around the Nashville clubhouse which was probably the last thing he needed.

Nashville Play By Play

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Posted: June 24, 2012, 10:07 PM Post
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This is a Rookie level affiliate of the Cardinals, player stats linked in the original story
Johnson City falls pitch short of no-no
Jones, Aldrete, Rauh, Shaban combine on 8 2/3 hitless innings
By Sam Dykstra / Special to MLB.com
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Cory Jones went 7-0 with a 2.64 ERA for College of the Canyons in junior college ball this year.

One strike is all it would have taken, and to some on the Johnson City roster, it appeared that it had already been thrown. With one runner on due to an inning-opening walk, Cardinals reliever Ronnie Shaban -- who followed Cory Jones, Michael Aldrete and Jeff Rauh -- unfurled a 1-2 pitch that froze Bluefield batter Seth Conner with two outs in the ninth.

It was called a ball.

Some disagreed with home plate umpire Jimmy Lott.

"From where I was sitting in the bullpen, it looked right down the middle," Aldrete said. Shaban then threw a 2-2 fastball over the heart of the plate, and Conner grounded the ball up the middle for a base hit. No-hitter over, and you would have known it just by the sounds of the visiting dugout at Bluefield's Bowen Field.

"Everyone let out a scream because we all kind of wanted to it to happen," said Rauh.

Carlos Ramirez followed Conner's single with a two-RBI double. Shutout over. The Cardinals closer finally got the strikeout he was looking for when he got Christian Lopes swinging to give Johnson City a 4-2 victory.

The punchout was two batters too late for history, but that didn't seem to bother Shaban, who didn't quite recognize what was going on despite the screams.

"Honestly when the guy got the hit, it didn't even hit me," he said. "During the next batter, I looked up at the scoreboard to see what the count was, saw the hit on the board and thought, 'Well, there goes that. Let's just try to get one more out and get the win here.'"

Jones, the Cardinals' fifth-round pick in this year's Draft, was making his professional debut as the team's starter, and he showed it with his first four batters. The 6-foot-5 issued a walk, hit a batter, struck one out and had another base on balls -- a streak he attributed to first-game excitement.

"The first inning, I think I was a little too pumped," said the College of the Canyons product. "Then I got things under control, and my fastball and curveball were working pretty well. I was just overamped, but once I got over that, I was fine."

Following his opening four-batter stretch, the 20-year-old retired the remaining eight Blue Jays hitters he faced, four via the strikeout.

Aldrete, who earned his first professional win, took over for Jones in the fourth. and like the Cardinals starter, he experienced his only trouble in his first inning. After striking out Art Charles to open the fourth, the former San Jose State Spartan walked Jacob Anderson. But again like Jones, Aldrete rebounded to retire eight consecutive opponents.

The outing represented the first scoreless stretch of his career after the right-hander had surrender four earned runs on six hits over his first three innings. The biggest difference Sunday night appeared to be Aldrete's ability to keep the ball low in the strike zone.

"I don't think I threw one fastball above the knees, so obviously the command was there tonight," said the Cardinals' 39th-round selection. "The last few outings I had been up too much. The quality of the pitches was the same, but the location wasn't great. So I was working hard in batting practice and bullpens to iron out my mechanics.

"It was very reassuring. It was rough starting out as a professional and thinking, 'Should I be here?' I'm glad to be getting over that."

Rauh continued the perfect streak by retiring all three hitters he faced in the seventh. Two more walks by the 22-year-old righty put two men on with two outs in the eighth -- the first time Bluefield had a runner in scoring position since the first -- before striking out Matthew Dean to end the threat. Unlike Jones, Aldrete and Shaban (a 33rd-round pick), Rauh was not chosen in this year's First-Year Player Draft, but after allowing just two runs on four hits in his first two outings, he's happy he chose the St. Louis organization as a free agent.

"I had been talking to the Cardinals all year long, and when I didn't get drafted, they called me and asked if I wanted a shot," Rauh said. "Of course I did, and it's worked out pretty well. I love it. I'm living the dream."

Johnson City turned to Shaban in the ninth, and after the former Virginia Tech hurler couldn't close the deal, he shrugged off the potential feat and said he wasn't kicking himself for what could have been.

"Honestly no, not really," he said. "It would've been great obviously. But if it would have been Cory or someone pitching the whole game, it would have added a little something more, I think."

Michael Knox hit a solo home run in the fourth for the Cardinals. Carson Kelly finished 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI.

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Posted: June 25, 2012, 1:44 AM Post
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AZL Diamondbacks 22, AZL Brewers 6

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Well one of the worst pitching and defensive displays you'll see. 28 hits, 5 walks, 8 wild pitches and an HBP split between 4 pitchers (Juan Fransisco, Alejandro Lavandero, Jonathan Armold and Jeffrey Saba). 1st rounder Clint Coulter had 2 passed balls, giving him 4 already just four games in; he is waiting for his first professional hit as well. 3 errors by the defense that didn't exactly help the cause.

Well the offensive output tonight was one more run than the previous three games combined. Jose Pena hit his 1st homer in the states in the sixth inning. Jose Sermo was on base twice with two hits (RBI), as was Angel Ortega with a single and a walk (2 RBIs). Recent draft picks Tyrone Taylor and Alan Sharkey also contributed base hits.

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Really wish I could find something that I find interesting but it is becoming a little problematic trying to write about these games.


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Maybe it's the fact that he's 24 yrs old, but I still feel like Burgos is flying under the radar a bit. He's put up some pretty good numbers since his promotion to Huntsville. 48.1 IP, 2.42 ERA, 49 SO, 19 walks.


I think people spent to much time talking prospects and forget about others that are actually doing better than Top prospect.



Well, the reason for that is because it's a lot more common for a top prospect who throws in the 90's with a couple good secondary pitches to actually have a successful big league career.

Not to mention that Burgo's hasn't been putting up big numbers until this year. It took him until age 22 to get out of rookie ball, was uninspiring against younger competition. Until this year.

And I think people have been talking about him....almost exactly when they should have started to. He finally at age 24 started to perform well with mediocre stuff in HiA, and now he's dominating AA. Fiers certainly didn't get a lot of respect and he performed well at virtually every.

It takes a while for guys with average stuff to get a good look, especially when they have average stuff and average results.

So it's fair time for him to get talked about, and there was little reason to focus on him coming into this season with the same amount of interest that Jungman, Bradley or probably 10 other pitchers deserved.

But, if he has something he's added, a cutter, if he has a deceptive delivery that allows his fastball to look deceptively fast like Fiers. Great. Maybe he'll be a guy who'll succeed throwing 88-90 MPH and thrive doing so. Obviously, we're all pulling for him to do just that.


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X-TAI said:
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Maybe it's the fact that he's 24 yrs old, but I still feel like Burgos is flying under the radar a bit. He's put up some pretty good numbers since his promotion to Huntsville. 48.1 IP, 2.42 ERA, 49 SO, 19 walks.


I think people spent to much time talking prospects and forget about others that are actually doing better than Top prospect.



Well, the reason for that is because it's a lot more common for a top prospect who throws in the 90's with a couple good secondary pitches to actually have a successful big league career.

Not to mention that Burgo's hasn't been putting up big numbers until this year. It took him until age 22 to get out of rookie ball, was uninspiring against younger competition. Until this year.

And I think people have been talking about him....almost exactly when they should have started to. He finally at age 24 started to perform well with mediocre stuff in HiA, and now he's dominating AA. Fiers certainly didn't get a lot of respect and he performed well at virtually every.

It takes a while for guys with average stuff to get a good look, especially when they have average stuff and average results.

So it's fair time for him to get talked about, and there was little reason to focus on him coming into this season with the same amount of interest that Jungman, Bradley or probably 10 other pitchers deserved.

But, if he has something he's added, a cutter, if he has a deceptive delivery that allows his fastball to look deceptively fast like Fiers. Great. Maybe he'll be a guy who'll succeed throwing 88-90 MPH and thrive doing so. Obviously, we're all pulling for him to do just that.



Burgos was drafted fairly high (6th round) out of a small school (Bethune-Cookman) so the organization must have liked him. I would guess his stuff has always been decent. But most of the focus on here is on the top couple rounds. He's not the only under the radar guy though. Sean Halton can't crack the top 50 and he's hit at every level moving up every year.


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Brewers end four-game skid with win over Billings

By AMBER KUEHN Independent Record | Posted: Monday, June 25, 2012 12:05 am

Michael Garza wasn’t about to let another win slip away.

The Helena Brewers third baseman took the first pitch he saw in the seventh inning, a fastball delivered by Billings reliever Sean Lucas, and drilled it to the right-field wall for a two-run double. And just like that, the hosts were back in front after blowing a two-run lead, and back on the winning track after a four-game skid. The Brewers (2-5) came away with a 6-4 victory Sunday in front of a sparse crowd at Kindrick Legion Field, narrowly avoiding a three-game sweep by the Mustangs.

“It feels good,” Helena manager Jeff Isom said following his team’s first win since June 19. “I had my doubts after we gave up the three-run homer, but we fought back. It’s a pretty good feeling right now.”

Helena led 3-1 heading into the seventh, with a solo shot by Spencer Dickinson the only damage done so far by Billings (5-2). But an ominous start to the inning — Elliot Glynn hit a batter and then walked Robert Ramirez — gave way to a go-ahead, three-run bomb by the Mustangs’ No. 9 hitter, Brandon Dailey.

The Brewers answered quickly in the home half of the seventh. Yonki Hernandez struck his second single of the game, then stole second — Helena’s fourth stolen base Sunday — and went to third on a wild pitch. Chris McFarland’s infield hit brought Hernandez home to knot the score at 5-all.

Mustangs reliever Jim Moran was pulled after hitting Michael Reed, and Lucas just couldn’t get around Garza’s big bat.

“He did a great job of looking for something he could handle, and that happened to be the first pitch he saw,” Isom said of Garza, who is batting .367.

Aggressive base running paid off for the Brewers, and their win was again highlighted by defense. Mike Nemeth threw out Jesse Winker at home plate in the third, Brewers catcher Mike Turay threw out two Mustangs trying to steal second and Raul Mondesi Jr. backhanded a ball in right field to end the seventh.

“Defense did a nice job even though we did commit two errors,” Isom said. “I’m extremely happy with our catchers — they’ve been doing an outstanding job shutting down the running game.

Helena right-hander Mike Schaub had a quality start on the bump, giving up just four hits and the home run through six innings of work. It wasn’t enough to get the decision, with Glynn getting his first win as a Brewer following the blown save. Connor Whalen was perfect in the final two innings for his second save this season.

Schaub, who entered with a 9.00 ERA, said he felt a bit more comfortable in his second start. The 6-foot-2, 217-pounder from Anaheim, Calif., said he had difficult adjusting to the altitude in his last outing.

“It felt good,” he said. “Pretty much my fastball was working all over the plate, my changeup was good, and I mixed in a curveball towards the end.”

Schaub’s counterpart, Billings starter Robert Stephenson, fanned four through four innings but gave up three runs — including his first earned run of the season. Still, the 2011 first-round draft pick by the Cincinnati Reds looked solid, keeping Brewers batters off balance by mixing his pitches well. Moran was hung with the loss.

Isom hopes his squad has turned the corner after the win, which snapped Billings’ five-game win streak. As is customary after a victory, tunes were playing in the Brewers clubhouse after the game and spirits were high, music to the manager’s ears.

Schaub believes it’s a sign of good things to come.

“Our team’s just been working hard; even though we lost a couple we keep grinding,” he said. “Hopefully we can get on a roll now. You get one, then you get two … every winning streak has to start with the first one.”

Helena will open a two-game set against Missoula today. First pitch is slated for 7:05 p.m. at Kindrick, with Brewers right-hander Eric Semmelhack (0-1, 3.00) getting the nod.

NOTES: Mustangs infielder Robert Maddox entered the game batting .500, with six hits alone in the series with Helena. But Brewers’ pitchers shut him down Sunday, as Billings’ designated hitter went 0 for 4. … McFarland and Hernandez were the offensive leaders for Helena on Sunday. Both had singles and both scored two runs, while McFarland added a pair of RBIs and Hernandez had two stolen bases.


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The AZL Brewers have a team ERA of 15.35 after 4 games. Team WHIP is 3.21. That's almost impossible.


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TRatsBaseball.com Roundtable 6/24/2012

Very enjoyable chat read, guys, nice job!


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Final: DSL Brewers 5, DSL Angels 2

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One thing the Brewers have done right in the Dominican the past couple of years is identify their 'horse" pitchers, placing them in the starting rotation, and then riding them all summer long. Yes it's early, but take a look at those pitchers with games started in the YTD stats.

In this one, it was 3rd year RHP Eduard Reyes mowing them down, he'll be 22 in August, so older than most. 19-year-old 2nd year RHP Angel Ventura had his strongest outing of the young season to notch the three-inning save. The two hurlers combined for a 14-to-2 GB ratio.

Three Brewer errors (IF, OF, C) were partially offset by three DP's. The Cerveceritos were 4-for-6 on the basepaths, opponents were 3-for-3.

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All seven good guy base knocks were singles, but were well-bunched to grab a 5-0 lead through five innings:

DSL Brewers Top of the 3rd
Carlos Pena singles on a line drive to center fielder Angel Montilla.
With Yunior De La Cruz batting, wild pitch by Alfonso Alcantara, Carlos Pena to 2nd.
Yunior De La Cruz grounds out, second baseman Ismael Dionicio to first baseman Gabriel Villavicencio. Carlos Pena to 3rd.
Alejandro Mendoza singles on a ground ball to left fielder Ayendy Perez. Carlos Pena scores.
With Francisco Castillo batting, Alejandro Mendoza steals (2) 2nd base.
With Francisco Castillo batting, Alejandro Mendoza steals (3) 3rd base.
Francisco Castillo strikes out swinging.
Raphachel Colatosti singles on a line drive to left fielder Ayendy Perez. Alejandro Mendoza scores.
With Carlos Belonis batting, Raphachel Colatosti steals (6) 2nd base.
Carlos Belonis walks.
Elvis Rubio grounds into a force out, fielded by third baseman Jose Herrera. Raphachel Colatosti out at 3rd.

DSL Brewers Top of the 5th
Yunior De La Cruz singles on a line drive to center fielder Angel Montilla.
Alejandro Mendoza singles on a ground ball to left fielder Ayendy Perez. Yunior De La Cruz to 2nd.
Francisco Castillo grounds into a force out, third baseman Jose Herrera to second baseman Ismael Dionicio. Yunior De La Cruz to 3rd. Alejandro Mendoza out at 2nd. Francisco Castillo to 1st.
With Raphachel Colatosti batting, Francisco Castillo steals (14) 2nd base.
Raphachel Colatosti walks.
Pitcher Change: Eduardo Paredes replaces Alfonso Alcantara.
Carlos Belonis reaches on fielding error by third baseman Jose Herrera. Yunior De La Cruz scores. Francisco Castillo to 3rd. Raphachel Colatosti to 2nd.
Elvis Rubio walks. Francisco Castillo scores. Raphachel Colatosti to 3rd. Carlos Belonis to 2nd.
Juan Ortiz flies out to left fielder Ayendy Perez.
Jose Dicent hit by pitch. Raphachel Colatosti scores. Carlos Belonis to 3rd. Elvis Rubio to 2nd.
Carlos Pena strikes out swinging.


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I'll get the Monday Link Report up in time, but at noon today, you've got a sweet Huntsville matinee with Alex Cohen on the call -- Jimmy Nelson vs. the Mariners' Tajuan Walker, hoping several of you will be able to tune in.


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