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Khris Davis rehab sighting in Maryvale...


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Helena Quick Hits:

Shaub is throwing almost all fastballs, but they are effective because the pitch has crazy movement.

Mondesi Jr. has some very good wheels. In fact, he just might be a top 5-ish 5 tool prospect in the Milwaukee system.

Reed is clearly favoring his right leg after that catch 'n crash. (He did run a dropped 3rd strike very hard. Almost beat it.)

More defensive prowess praise for Alfredo Rodriguez.


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I know I've mentioned this before, but I'm calling dibs on this one --

Andy Moye is Mike Fiers.

15th round pick, 22nd round pick, both drafted much closer to 24 years old than 23.

Moye moved to 7-0 between two levels tonight. Compare the two side by side, it's not a perfect match, but just keep those peripherals strong, and we'll see you contributing in Miller Park in two years, Andy.


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You really couldn't go wrong with any of the four audio choices tonight.

Late hang-ons at AAA / AA, and this Wisconsin and/or Helena late-inning audio is pretty compelling.


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Brevard's bats bounce Yanks
06/29/2012 10:40 PM ET
By Frank Longobardo / Brevard County Manatees

TAMPA, Fla. - The Brevard County Manatees pounded out 14 hits and helped starting pitcher Andy Moye improve to 4-0 as the 'Tees topped the Tampa Yankees, 9-5 on Friday night at George M. Steinbrenner Field.

Moye (4-0, 4.32) went six innings and allowed two runs - both earned - on four hits. He walked two and struck out two as his pitching line was exactly the same as the line of his last start, which was a win against Dunedin last Saturday.

The 'Tees (6-2 second half, 35-41 overall) gave Moye run support early as Brevard plated two runs in the top of the first, thanks to a two-run home run by Jason Rogers. The homer was Rogers' first as a Manatee and was also his first extra-base hit with Brevard County.

Up 3-1 after four innings, Brevard put the game out of reach in the fifth with a couple of clutch two-out hits. Cody Hawn drove in T.J. Mittelstaedt and Mike Walker with a single to left field. Then two batters later, Shea Vucinich drove in Hawn and Brock Kjeldgaard with a two-RBI double that gave the Manatees a 7-1 lead.

Tampa (4-4, 34-41) cut Brevard's lead to 7-4 heading into the ninth, but the Manatees' offense wasn't done as Walker and Hawn each had two-out RBI singles to give the 'Tees a 9-4 advantage. Seven of Brevard County's nine RBI on Friday came with two outs and the 'Tees were 6-for-14 with runners in scoring position.

Mittelstaedt and Rogers led the way at the plate with three hits each. Mittelstaedt also scored three times and stole two bases. Hawn and Vucinich each had two hits, with Hawn having a game-high three RBI.

The rubber game of Brevard County's three-game series with Tampa will be on Saturday at 6:00 p.m.

Drew Gagnon will get his first start for the Manatees, since being promoted from Class-A Wisconsin. Gagnon was a Midwest League mid-season All-Star with the Timber Rattlers as he went 6-1 with a 2.83 ERA in 14 starts.


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Helena 6 Missoula (D'Backs) 5

Box Score

Micahel Schaub got the start and he was hot and cold.

Hot:

The ball to Garza was probably an error.

Missoula Bottom of the 1st

Pedro Ruiz singles on a ground ball to third baseman Mike Garza.
Socrates Brito grounds into double play, pitcher Michael Schaub to shortstop Alfredo Rodriguez to first baseman Adam Giacalone. Pedro Ruiz out at 2nd.
Jake Lamb grounds out, shortstop Alfredo Rodriguez to first baseman Adam Giacalone.

Missoula Bottom of the 2nd

Breland Almadova singles on a sharp line drive to left fielder Ruben Ozuna.
Rudy Flores strikes out swinging.
Yosbel Gutierrez strikes out swinging.
Tyler Linton strikes out swinging.

Missoula Bottom of the 3rd

Kyle Koeneman walks.
John Leonard flies out to right fielder Michael Reed in foul territory. Kyle Koeneman to 2nd.
Pedro Ruiz grounds out, second baseman Adrian Williams to first baseman Adam Giacalone. Kyle Koeneman to 3rd.
Socrates Brito pops out to shortstop Alfredo Rodriguez.

Missoula Bottom of the 5th

Pedro Ruiz grounds out to first baseman Adam Giacalone.
Socrates Brito strikes out swinging.
Jake Lamb grounds out to first baseman Adam Giacalone.

Cold:

Missoula Bottom of the 4th

Jake Lamb walks.
Breland Almadova hit by pitch. Jake Lamb to 2nd.
Rudy Flores singles on a line drive to center fielder Raul Mondesi. Jake Lamb scores. Breland Almadova out at 3rd on the throw, center fielder Raul Mondesi to shortstop Alfredo Rodriguez to third baseman Mike Garza. Rudy Flores to 2nd on the throw.
Yosbel Gutierrez triples (1) on a fly ball to center fielder Raul Mondesi. Rudy Flores scores.
Tyler Linton doubles (2) on a fly ball to left fielder Ruben Ozuna. Yosbel Gutierrez scores.
Kyle Koeneman lines out to third baseman Mike Garza.
John Leonard grounds out, pitcher Michael Schaub to first baseman Adam Giacalone.

Taylor Wall pitched 3 very fine innings after Shaub. 3 IP 3 H 0 R 1 BB 3 K 3:0 GO:FO for Wall. I thought Steve said he weighed 290, but a quick check revealed I was 100 lbs off. Martin Viramontes got shelled a bit in the 10th. Connor Whalen came in the game to bail out Martin and promptly gave up a 2-run 2B that brought the the score to 6-5 Brewers. A weak tapper to second base ended the game for Whalen and the Brewers as they won it.

Micahel Garza (4-5 3B) has been feasting on 1st pitch FB's since turning pro. Adam Giacolone's (1-3 2B BB) run scoring 2B was not hit all that hard, but it got him off the schneid a bit. Alfredo Rodriguez (1-4 2B BB) had a huge 10th inning hit.

Raul Mondesi Jr. (1-4 BB) threw out a runner at 3rd. That's 5.

Game Log

The 10th.

Helena Top of the 10th

Ruben Ozuna singles on a ground ball to second baseman John Leonard.
Adrian Williams grounds out, pitcher Michael Rivera to first baseman Kyle Koeneman. Ruben Ozuna to 2nd.
Raul Mondesi walks.
Pitcher Change: Christopher Capper replaces Michael Rivera.
Alfredo Rodriguez doubles (2) on a fly ball to right fielder Socrates Brito. Ruben Ozuna scores. Raul Mondesi to 3rd.
Michael Reed out on a sacrifice fly to right fielder Socrates Brito. Raul Mondesi scores.
Mike Garza triples (1) on a fly ball to right fielder Socrates Brito. Alfredo Rodriguez scores.
Emmanuel Quiles grounds out, second baseman John Leonard to first baseman Kyle Koeneman.


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Nashville Takes Series With 2-0 Shutout In Round Rock
Sounds Blank Express Twice In Three Games

ROUND ROCK, Texas - The Nashville Sounds blanked the Round Round Express, 2-0, on Friday night at The Dell Diamond in the finale of a three-game series. The shutout was Nashville's PCL-leading eighth of the season and second in three games over the Express.

With the win, Nashville (33-49) picked up only their second winning series on the road this season and finished 3-4 overall on the seven-game road trip through Albuquerque and Round Rock.

Nashville starter Brian Baker (2-3) authored his best pitching performance of the season to pick up the win. The 29-year-old threw six scoreless innings on six hits and no walks while striking out six. Baker is record a 0.79 ERA (1er/11.1ip) in his last three outings (two starts).

Relievers Johnnie Lowe, Mike McClendon, and Jim Henderson followed with scoreless frames to collect the combination shutout.

First baseman Sean Halton accounted for two of Nashville's five hits and also scored a run. Second baseman Eric Farris went 0-for-3 to snap a nine-game hitting streak, which matches his best effort of the year.

The game remained scoreless until the Sounds scored their first run in the visiting half of the fifth inning. After one-out base hits from Halton and outfielder Corey Patterson, shortstop Edwin Maysonet hit a fly ball to right field to score Halton on a sacrifice fly.

· AUDIO: Maysonet Sacrifice Fly

Nashville scored their other run in the seventh as Round Rock committed two costly fielding errors. Oufielder Jay Gibbons reached on a fielder's choice and was followed by another hit from Halton. Patterson then loaded the bases after reaching on a fielding error by the pitcher.

On the ensuing at-bat against reliever Johan Yan, Maysonet grounded to shortstop Luis Hernandez, who made the second fielding gaff of the frame to allow Gibbons to score.

· AUDIO: Second Run

With runners on first and second in the bottom of the ninth, Henderson struck out Round Rock's Michael Bianucci to end the game and pick up his seventh save.

· AUDIO: Final Strikeout

Former Sound Zach Jackson took the loss, allowing two runs (one earned) on five hits in 6 1/3 innings.

The Sounds travel home to welcome the division-rival Iowa Cubs (AAA-Cubs) to Music City for a four game series for the first time this season. Nashville right-hander Seth McClung (1-9, 5.19) will toe the rubber against Iowa southpaw Brooks Raley (4-2, 4.14)

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I'm sorry, I had drinks tonight and I'm fading fast, if the DSL box and recap don't pop soon I'll just get them in the morning.

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As Mass Haas noted in the thread title, Hiram Burgos was outstanding. And he did it against a Mobile offense that had scored 7.7 runs per game through the first three of this five-game series. The only run Burgos let in tonight came after he was charged an error on a pickoff attempt in the 2nd. He surrendered a leadoff double, and promptly threw the ball away. The runner advanced to 3B, and later scored when Burgos induced a double play. From that point, the Bay Bears only managed five baserunners (3 H, 1 BB, 1 E) until Burgos left the game after the 7th. His line: 7 IP, 5 H, 1 R/0 ER, 2 BB, 5 K, 9:4 GO:AO, 1 HBP... and he even chipped in with a hit, 1-3 on the game.

The Stars bats didn't manage anything more than singles tonight, but got three straight two-out singles to plate three runs in the 3rd. Hunter Morris, Hainley Statia, and Anderson De La Rosa were the offending trio. Huntsville tacked on one more in the 5th, when Statia came up with his second two-out RBI single. Thankfully, four runs was just enough tonight.

SS Josh Prince (not a typo) didn't play his first game of the season at shortstop tonight (credited with 2 at BB-reference.com), but it sure had been a while. He went 0-3 with one BB, was charged a throwing error to open the top half of the 5th, and a 6th inning Mobile single was scored as "sharp groundball to shortstop". Prince also turned a 6-3 double play in the 2nd. I don't think one game is worth using as any kind of opinion on his defense, but it's nice to see the Brewers using him there again. We'll have to see if this is just a one game fill-in, or if he's been moved back to short.

Scooter Gennett bounced back from his 0-fer yesterday with a 2-4 game. Statia & De La Rosa both finished 3-4, and Morris was 1-4. Lee Haydel went 0-3 with one BB and one SB. Kentrail Davis was 0-3 with a sac bunt, and Juan Sanchez went 0-4.

Darren Byrd pitched around two walks to keep Mobile off the scoreboard in the 8th, but Jesus Sanchez saw his 5-game scoreless streak come to an end. Sanchez surrendered four singles and two runs, but was able to get that 27th out on a called third strike.


Huntsville PbP
Burgos actually led off the three-run 3rd with a single:

Huntsville Bottom of the 3rd
-Hiram Burgos singles on a line drive to center fielder Evan Frey.
-Lee Haydel grounds into a force out, shortstop Chris Owings to second baseman David Nick. Hiram Burgos out at 2nd. Lee Haydel to 1st.
-With Josh Prince batting, Lee Haydel steals (7) 2nd base.
-Josh Prince walks.
-Scooter Gennett grounds into a force out, third baseman Matt Davidson to second baseman David Nick. Lee Haydel to 3rd. Josh Prince out at 2nd. Scooter Gennett to 1st.
-Hunter Morris singles on a line drive to center fielder Evan Frey. Lee Haydel scores. Scooter Gennett to 3rd.
-Hainley Statia singles on a ground ball to right fielder Marc Krauss. Scooter Gennett scores. Hunter Morris to 3rd.
-Anderson De La Rosa singles on a soft line drive to center fielder Evan Frey, deflected by second baseman David Nick. -Hunter Morris scores. Hainley Statia to 3rd.

-Kentrail Davis grounds into a force out, second baseman David Nick to shortstop Chris Owings. Anderson De La Rosa out at 2nd.

The Stars got a little help from a passed ball to add their final run in the 5th:

Huntsville Bottom of the 5th
-Josh Prince flies out to center fielder Evan Frey.
-Scooter Gennett singles on a line drive to right fielder Marc Krauss.
-Hunter Morris strikes out swinging. Passed ball by catcher Ed Easley. Scooter Gennett to 2nd.
-Hainley Statia singles on a fly ball to right fielder Marc Krauss. Scooter Gennett scores.
-Anderson De La Rosa singles on a line drive to center fielder Evan Frey. Hainley Statia to 2nd.
-Kentrail Davis flies out to center fielder Evan Frey.


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Final: Peoria 7, Wisconsin 8

Neda knocks in the game winner
Rattlers beat Peoria 8-7 in ten innings for fourth straight win
By Chris Mehring / Wisconsin Timber Rattlers

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The Rattlers celebrate Rafael Neda's game winning single to beat Peoria on June 29, 2012. (Ann Mollica/Wisconsin Timber Rattlers)

GRAND CHUTE, WI - On Saturday night, it was Rafael Neda's turn at Time Warner Cable Field at Fox Cities Stadium. The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers catcher drove in the winning run with a single in the bottom of the tenth inning to beat the Peoria Chiefs 8-7. Neda also hit his first professional homer in the game to help the Rattlers come back to win their fourth straight game.

Wisconsin (48-29 overall, 4-4 second half) scored a run in the bottom of the first inning on the first of four Peoria errors.

The Chiefs (38-39, 3-5) took the lead in the top of the third inning by sending ten men to the plate against Wisconsin starting pitcher David Goforth. They scored six runs on five hits and three Wisconsin errors. Pin-Chieh Chen completed a streak of three straight singles to start the inning and drove in the tying run. Zeke DeVoss dropped a sacrifice bunt to move the runners along, but the throw to first by Goforth was wild to allow a run to score. Next, Taiwan Easterling's grounder to third base was mishandled for an error and Chen scored for a 3-1 lead.

That play also put runners on first and third with no outs. Easterling would steal second and the throw skipped to past second to let DeVoss score. Later in the inning, Paul Hoilman and Anthony Giansanti had RBI singles for a 6-1 lead.

It didn't take long for Wisconsin to rally. Nick Ramirez started the comeback with a single to start the fourth. Then, Ben McMahan hit a two-run homer into the Timber Rattlers bullpen. Yadiel Rivera reached on an error to bring Neda to the plate. Neda lined a 2-2 pitch down the left field line. The ball stayed fair and Wisconsin pulled to within 6-5.

Carlos George kept the pressure on with a bunt and reached on an error. Lance Roenicke followed with a double to move George to third. Chadwin Stang tied the game at six with a sacrifice fly.

Goforth settled in after his rough third inning to work two more scoreless innings. He did have to pitch his way out of a jam in the sixth. Javier Baez tripled to start the inning, but Goforth got a strikeout and - after Yasiel Balaguert reached on a fielder's choice that kept Baez at third base - an inning ending double play to keep the game tied.

Peoria would go in front in the seventh inning. Stephen Peterson allowed a run on a two-out wild pitch that let DeVoss score from third for a 7-6 lead.

Ramirez brought the Rattlers back in the eighth. Wisconsin's first baseman hit a long home run down the right field line to lead off the inning. The blast came against Yao-Lin Wang, the Peoria closer. Wang has ten saves this season and has blown two saves. Both blown saves are against Wisconsin.

Rattlers closer Tommy Toledo pitched a perfect ninth and a perfect tenth to set up Wisconsin's eight walkoff hit of the season. Greg Hopkins singled to start the rally against Luis Liria. A wild pitch got Hopkins to second, but Liria retired Ramirez with a strikeout. The Chiefs elected to walk McMahan intentionally to set up the double play, but Yadiel Rivera worked the count full and drew a walk to load the bases after falling behind 1-2.

Then, Neda lined a 2-2 pitch from Liria through the left side of the infield to drive home Hopkins with the winning run.

The final game of the three game series is Saturday night. Mark Williams (4-6, 2.57) is the scheduled starting pitcher for the Rattlers. Peoria will counter with Zach Cates (0-1, 1.93). Game time is 6:35pm.

REGGY!, the purple party dude returns to the Fox Cities to entertain with his skits and in-game antics. The first 1,000 fans to attend this game will receive a poster of Timber Rattlers All-Star Greg Hopkins. It's also a Fly Away Saturday and one lucky fan will win airfare for two from Funjet Vacations and Fox World Travel at this game! There is also a postgame fireworks display from Fox 11 scheduled on Saturday.

If you can't make it out to the ballpark, tune in for the broadcast on AM1280, WNAM or timberrattlers.com starting with the Miller Lite Pregame Show at 6:15pm. MiLB.TV subscribers may also watch the game.

HOME RUNS:
WIS:
Ben McMahan (6th, 1 on in 4th inning off Michael Jensen, 0 out)
Rafael Neda (1st, 1 on in 4th inning off Michael Jensen, 0 out)
Nick Ramirez (5th, 0 on in 8th inning off Yoa-Lin Wang, 0 out)

WP: Tommy Toledo (7-0)
LP: Luis Liria (1-3)

TIME: 3:25
ATTN: 4,773

Wisconsin Box Score

Rafael Neda was the hitting hero for the Rattlers. He went 2 for 5 with his first home run and the game winning hit in the 10th inning. Nick Ramirez also had a 2 for 5 night, including a clutch eighth inning bomb to right field. Ben McMahan had the T-Rats other home run, going 1 for 4 with a walk. Lance Roenicke and Chadwin Stang eached had two hit games as well. Mitch Haniger was 1 for 4 with a walk.

David Goforth wound up going six innings, and aside from the third inning blowup, pitched pretty well. He was around 93-94 on the stadium gun but reached back a couple of times and got it up to 96. I wasn't sure he was going to make it out of the third inning, but Matt Erickson showed a lot of patience with him, and Goforth rewarded his manager with three more solid innings. Peoria tried to run quite a bit when they got on base, but Goforth made them pay with a couple of nice pickoffs. Stephen Peterson pitched two innings of relief, giving up one run. Tommy Toledo came on and worked a perfect ninth and tenth to get the win.

Defensively the Rattlers committed four errors. One each by Carlos George, Greg Hopkins, Neda and Goforth. On the plus side, Yadiel Rivera is really fun to watch play defense. He had a couple of very nice defensive plays to help out his pitchers.

Wisconsin Play By Play

The Timber Rattlers fourth inning comeback
Wisconsin Bottom of the 4th
Nick Ramirez singles on a line drive to right fielder Anthony Giansanti.
Ben McMahan homers (6) on a fly ball to center field. Nick Ramirez scores.
Yadiel Rivera reaches on throwing error by third baseman Dustin Geiger.
With Rafael Neda batting, Yadiel Rivera steals (3) 2nd base.
Rafael Neda homers (1) on a fly ball to left field. Yadiel Rivera scores.
Carlos George reaches on throwing error by third baseman Dustin Geiger.
Lance Roenicke doubles (1) on a fly ball to left fielder Yasiel Balaguert. Carlos George to 3rd.
Chadwin Stang out on a sacrifice fly to center fielder Taiwan Easterling. Carlos George scores. Lance Roenicke to 3rd.
Mitch Haniger strikes out swinging.
Gregory Hopkins grounds out, third baseman Dustin Geiger to first baseman Paul Hoilman.

10th inning walk-off
Wisconsin Bottom of the 10th
Pitcher Change: Luis Liria replaces Yao-Lin Wang.
Gregory Hopkins singles on a line drive to center fielder Taiwan Easterling.
With Nick Ramirez batting, wild pitch by Luis Liria, Gregory Hopkins to 2nd.
Nick Ramirez strikes out swinging.
Luis Liria intentionally walks Ben McMahan.
Yadiel Rivera walks. Gregory Hopkins to 3rd. Ben McMahan to 2nd.
Rafael Neda singles on a sharp ground ball to left fielder Yasiel Balaguert. Gregory Hopkins scores. Ben McMahan to 3rd. Yadiel Rivera to 2nd.

Rattler Radio Video Highlights

My photos from tonight's game

The Timber Rattlers Report from the Appleton Post Crescent includes a photo gallery with 18 great shots by Dan Powers and Meg Vogel, along with a video interview with Rafael Neda.


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Not a lot of offense in this one. The Brewers managed only four hits in the game. DH Kevin Martinez was on base three times with a single and a pair of walks. Juan Ortiz had a double and the lone Brewers RBI. Jose Dicent and Natanael Mejia , who was making his 2012 season debut, had the other two hits for the DSL squad. Raphachel Colatosti stole his eighth base of the season.

Milton Gomez started and went five innings. He gave up four runs, two earned and struck out three. The bullpen tossed four shutout innings, not allowing a hit. Miguel Diaz worked the sixth and seventh, walking two and striking out two. Joshua Torres , also making his season debut, had a 1-2-3 eighth inning and Doni Arias set the Angels down in order in the ninth, striking out two.

DSL Brewers Play By Play

The only exciting offense for the Dominican squad today came in the 7th inning
DSL Brewers Bottom of the 7th
Pitcher Change: Alexander Valdez replaces Alfonso Alcantara.
Alejandro Mendoza grounds out, shortstop Erick Salcedo to first baseman Steven Mateo.
Natanael Mejia grounds out, shortstop Erick Salcedo to first baseman Steven Mateo.
Kevin Martinez singles on a ground ball to center fielder Ayendy Perez.
Juan Ortiz doubles (5) on a fly ball to right fielder Ranyelmy Mendoza. Kevin Martinez scores.
Raphachel Colatosti grounds out, second baseman Ismael Dionicio to first baseman Steven Mateo.


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STARS HOLD ON TO BEAT BAYBEARS

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Taking a three-run lead into the ninth inning, the Huntsville Stars held on to defeat the Mobile BayBears by a score of 4-3 on Friday night at Joe Davis Stadium.

For the fourth straight game, the BayBears struck first blood. In the second inning, David Nick doubled to begin the inning. He advanced to third on a botched pickoff attempt by Stars starter Hiram Burgos and scored on a groundout by catcher Ed Easley to give Mobile a 1-0 lead.

However, in the third inning, the Stars took the lead for good. Following back-to-back singles by Burgos and left fielder Lee Haydel to start the inning, three consecutive RBI singles by first baseman Hunter Morris, third baseman Hainley Statia and catcher Anderson De La Rosa put the Stars up 3-1.

For their eventual game-winning run, the Stars got another RBI single by Statia in the fifth inning to take a 4-1 lead.

The score stayed that way until the ninth inning where the usually reliable Jesus Sanchez came on to close out the game for the Stars. After one-out singles by Easley and left fielder Vladimir Sutil, back-to-back RBI singles from left fielder Evan Frey and shortstop Chris Owings cut the Stars lead at one with runners on first and second.

Fortunately for the Stars, the runners remained there. Sanchez buckled down and struck out third baseman Matt Davidson to notch his 11th save on the season. The save for Sanchez was also his fifth in his last five appearances.

Once again, Burgos dazzled on the mound for the Stars. The 24-year-old righty improved to 3-1 on the season after giving up just one run (zero earned) on five hits while striking out five in seven innings of work. By the end of the night, Burgos’s earned run average dropped to a paltry 2.11.

On offense, the Stars got three hits apiece from Statia and De La Rosa and a 2-for-4 night at the plate from second baseman Scooter Gennett.

The rubber match of a five-game series will begin tomorrow as the Stars will send RHP Jimmy Nelson (1-0, 7.56 ERA) to the mound to square off against Mobile. First pitch is at 6:43 PM.


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AZL Athletics 12, AZL Brewers 6

Arizona Box Score
Juan Francisco didn't have a good start. Sure he had 5 strikeouts in 3.1 innings. The rest of his line wasn't a good. He gave up 9 base runners and 6 runs (5 earned). Undrafted FA Ryan Fasano came in and got the last two outs of the 4th inning.
Alejandro Lavandero pitched much better in his second professional appearance but still has a ways to go. His final line was 2IP 2 hits 1ER 2BB and one strikeout. Jonathan Armold was the losing pitcher, you can see his ninth inning down below. Just like yesterday, the defense didn't really come to the rescue of the pitchers as there were 4 errors. Clint Coulter definitely has not shown that he can stick behind the plate to this point.

The offense was definitely aided by the recovering Khris Davis who hit 2 homers to go with three RBI's in his first rehab game. Jose Pena continues to swing a hot bat as he had 2 hits, including a inside-the-park homer in the bottom of the 4th. Malcolm Dowell replaced Davis in the top of the sixth and had 2 singles of his own and a stolen base. Angel Ortega also had 2 hits and a stolen base.

A-Crew PbP
The A-Athletics blew the game open in the top of 9th
AZL Athletics Top of the 9th
Vicmal De La Cruz flies out to center fielder Dionis Hinojosa.
Daniel Robertson walks.
Reynaldo Mateo singles on a line drive to center fielder Dionis Hinojosa. Daniel Robertson to 3rd.
Michael Soto doubles (5) on a fly ball to center fielder Dionis Hinojosa. Daniel Robertson scores. Reynaldo Mateo to 3rd.
Ryan Mathews reaches on a fielder's choice, fielded by second baseman Renaldo Jenkins. Reynaldo Mateo scores. Michael Soto to 3rd. Throwing error by second baseman Renaldo Jenkins.
Addison Russell strikes out swinging.
Pitcher Change: Carlos Sosa replaces Jonathan Armold.
Offensive Substitution: Pinch hitter Matthew Olson replaces Hiram Martinez.
Matthew Olson homers (3) on a fly ball to right field. Michael Soto scores. Ryan Mathews scores.
Shawn Duinkerk grounds out, first baseman Jalen Harris to pitcher Carlos Sosa.


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Final: Arizona Athletics 12, Arizona Brewers 6

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The league-best A's kids deserve all A's as they move to 8-0 while dropping the A-Crew to a league-worst 1-7. After eight innings, the Maryvale men were hanging tough down just 7-6 before a five-run top of the 9th clinched it.

Before going on, I must note that the Oakland pitchers used in this game had a great collection of names -- Kayvon Bahramzadeh, Cody Kurz, Ryan Dull, and Vincent Voiro.

Back to the game -- after his third AB in the 5th, catcher Clint Coulter was lifted after watching A's batters go 7-for-7 on the basepaths (one double steal), along with two throwing errors (both throwing to 3rd base directly leading to runs). Coulter was also 0-for-3 with a K, so the first 22 pro AB's have been rough, but not nearly as rough as the defensive woes.

(Reserve catcher Deivi Mejia came in and restored sanity, picking off one baserunner and throwing out 1-of-2.)

Jose Pena hit an inside-the-park home run on a line drive to center field in the 4th, and added two doubles for good measure. After two miserable DSL seasons, Pena is loving Maryvale -- .324 / .343 / .735. Nine of eleven base knocks for extra bases!

By the way, Khris Davis showed the kids how it's done -- step up to the plate twice, blast two HR's.

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Sorry for doubling up, brewerfan17, didn't know you were going to be posting early AM as opposed to overnight. Thanks for your efforts as well on Maryvale coverage.


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TooLiveBrew said:
@Huntsville 4, Mobile 3

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As Mass Haas noted in the thread title, Hiram Burgos was outstanding. And he did it against a Mobile offense that had scored 7.7 runs per game through the first three of this five-game series. The only run Burgos let in tonight came after he was charged an error on a pickoff attempt in the 2nd. He surrendered a leadoff double, and promptly threw the ball away. The runner advanced to 3B, and later scored when Burgos induced a double play. From that point, the Bay Bears only managed five baserunners (3 H, 1 BB, 1 E) until Burgos left the game after the 7th. His line: 7 IP, 5 H, 1 R/0 ER, 2 BB, 5 K, 9:4 GO:AO, 1 HBP... and he even chipped in with a hit, 1-3 on the game.


It was a great game for the Stars last night. Great win for Burgos as he continues to dominate on the mound this year. In the month of June Burgos went 2-0 with a 0.71ERA in 6 starts (38i.p) Great Job


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