St. Louis Cardinals 4, MILWAUKEE BREWERS 1
The Cardinals broke a 1-1 tie with a run in the seventh, then tacked on two insurance runs in the ninth as they topped the Brewers 4-1.  Starting pitcher Chase Anderson allowed just one unearned run in six innings, but Carlos Torres allowed a home run in his lone inning of work and was charged with the loss. Travis Shaw doubled for the only Milwaukee extra-base hit while Keon Broxton, Orlando Arcia, Jonathan Villar and Jett Bandy each added a single.

Nashville Sounds 5, COLORADO SPRINGS SKY SOX  2
Nashville rallied for two in the eighth and two in the ninth as they defeated Colorado Springs 5-2.  Hiram Burgos started for the Sky Sox and went five innings, allowing just one run. David Goforth surrendered a run in his lone inning of work and was charged with the loss. Brett Phillips hit his fourth home run of the season while Garrett Cooper and Andrew Susac each added a single and a double.

Jackson Generals 8, BILOXI SHUCKERS 2
The Shuckers lost their third straight game on Saturday, falling to Jackson by a score of 8-2.  Aaron Wilkerson started and took the loss, going 3.2 innings and allowing four runs. Michael Reed paced the Biloxi offense, going 2-for-3 with a home run and a walk.  Victor Roache singled and walked while Mauricio Dubon added a double and Javier Betancourt and Clint Coulter each chipped in a single.

Buies Creek Astros 2, CAROLINA MUDCATS  6
Carolina got back on the winning track with a 6-2 victory over Buies Creek on Saturday.  Conor Harber started and worked four innings, allowing just one run. Quintin Torres-Costa followed with four innings of one run ball and was awarded the win.  Isan Diaz homered for the second day in a row while Corey Ray went 2-for-3 out of the leadoff spot and Wendell Rijo, Troy Stokes, Jr. and Jake Gatewood each contributed a double.

The Timber Rattlers rallied back from six runs down to pull out a 7-6 victory in ten innings on a walk-off home run by Tucker Neuhaus.  Jordan Desguin got the start and went three innings, allowing four runs.  Parker Berberet tossed three scoreless innings of relief and Daniel Brown worked a scoreless tenth for the win.  Neuhaus finished with two home runs while Demi Orimoloye and Jose Cuas each went deep for Wisconsin as well and Mario Feliciano added two hits.


1. Lewis Brinson -Colorado Springs Sky Sox (AAA)
 1-for-4, R
2. Corey Ray – Carolina Mudcats (A+)
 2-for-3, Sac Fly, RBI, R, SB
3. Josh Hader -Colorado Springs Sky Sox (AAA)
4. Isan Diaz – Carolina Mudcats (A+)
 1-for-3, HR, 2 RBI, R, BB, K
5. Luis Ortiz – Biloxi Shuckers (AA)
6. Trent Clark – Carolina Mudcats (A+)
 0-for-4, 2 K
7. Brett Phillips – Colorado Springs Sky Sox (AAA)
 1-for-3, HR, RBI, R, BB, 2 K
8. Jorge Lopez – Biloxi Shuckers (AA)
9. Brandon Woodruff – Colorado Springs (AAA)
10. Lucas Erceg – Carolina Mudcats (A+)
 0-for-4, K
11. Mauricio Dubon – Biloxi Shuckers (AA)
 1-for-5, 2B, K
12. Marcos Diplan – Carolina Mudcats (A+)
13. Phil Bickford – Extended Spring Training
DNP, currently serving 50-game suspension
14. Cody Ponce – Carolina Mudcats (A+)
15. Gilbert Lara – Wisconsin Timber Rattlers (A)
16. Jacob Nottingham – Biloxi Shuckers (AA)
 0-for-4, K
17. Devin Williams – Rehab
DNP, Underwent Tommy John surgery in March and will miss all of the 2017 season
18. Monte Harrison – Wisconsin Timber Rattlers (A)
 0-for-3, BB, R, K
19. Kodi Medeiros – Carolina Mudcats (A+)
20. Nathan Kirby – Extended Spring Training
DNP, Rehabbing from 2015 Tommy John surgery in Extended Spring Training in Maryvale, AZ
21. Ryan Cordell -Colorado Springs Sky Sox (AAA)
22. Taylor Williams – Biloxi Shuckers (AA)
23. Demi Orimoloye – Wisconsin Timber Rattlers (A)
 1-for-3, HR, R, 2 RBI, HBP, SB
24. Jake Gatewood – Carolina Mudcats (A+)
 2-for-4, 2B, R, K, SB
25. Corbin Burnes – Carolina Mudcats (A+)