MILWAUKEE BREWERS 1, Los Angeles Dodgers 3
The Brewers’ bats were silent once again as they were one-hit on Friday night, dropping the opening game of their series with the Dodgers by a score of 3-1. Chase “Texas” Anderson got the start and took the loss after going five innings and giving up two runs. Domingo Santana aka “Showmingo” provided the only offense of the game as he belted his 21st home run of the season.
COLORADO SPRINGS SKY SOX 4, New Orleans Baby Cakes 5
New Orleans scored a run in the ninth and another in the tenth to walk off with a 5-4 win over Colorado Springs. Angel Ventura started and went five innings, allowing three runs. Tyler Cravy came on for the tenth and was charged with the loss after going two-thirds of an inning. Chris Colabello was on base all five times for the Sky Sox, going 2-for-2 with a double and three walks while Quintin Berry added the only other Colorado Springs base hit.
Mobile Bay Bears 0, BILOXI SHUCKERS 4
Cody Ponce took a no-hitter into the sixth inning in his Double-A debut as the Shuckers shutout Mobile, 4-0. Ponce went 6.1 scoreless and picked up the win while Nick Ramirez went the final two innings to notch the save. Dustin DeMuth led the offense, going 2-for-3 with a walk. Angel Ortega added two hits and Johnny Davis walked, singled and stole a pair of bases.
CAROLINA MUDCATS 10, Myrtle Beach Pelicans 5
The Mudcats scored five runs in the seventh inning as they doubled up Myrtle Beach, 10-5. Zack Brown got the start and earned the win for Carolina, going six innings and giving up just one run. Lucas Erceg collected three hits, going 3-for-5 with a double and four runs batted in. Trent Clark was on base four times with a triple and three walks while Max McDowell homered and Weston Wilson added a pair of hits.
WISCONSIN TIMBER RATTLERS 0, Clinton LumberKings 3
Wisconsin was shutout in the opening game of their series in Clinton, falling to the LumberKings by a score of 3-0. Braden Webb got the start and was charged with the loss, despite allowing just one run over six innings of work. Mario Feliciano led the offense, going 2-for-3 with a sacrifice while Ronnie Gideon doubled and Ryan Aguilar drew a pair of walks from the leadoff spot.
Missoula Osprey 6, HELENA BREWERS 4
Missoula plated two runs in the top of the tenth inning as they knocked off Helena in extra innings. Karsen Lindell started and went five innings allowing just one run. Cody Beckman was charged with the loss after giving up two runs in his lone inning of work. KJ Harrison went 2-for-4 with a double and a walk and Jay Feliciano went 2-for-5 with a pair of runs knocked in.
AZL Brewers 6, AZL Indians 4
The Brewers scored all six of their runs in the top half of the eighth inning as they came from behind to knock off the Indians, 6-4. Nick Egnatuk reached base in all five of his plate appearances, going 3-for-3 with a double and a pair of walks. Jesus Lujano singled, tripled and drove in three runs while Jean Carmona walked three times. Brendan Murphy got the start and went two innings, allowing an unearned run. Austin Rubick picked up the win and Kody Rock recorded his fourth save.
DSL Mets2, DSL BREWERS (Postponed, Rain)
The Brewers and the Mets had their Dominican Summer League game rained out on Friday. The two teams will make up the game on Saturday as part of a doubleheader on the league’s final day of the regular season.
DSL BREWERS CO-OP
DSL INDIANS/BREWERS 4, DSL Astros 16
The Astros scored ten in the first and five more in the second as they routed the Brewers co-op team by a score of 16-4. Two Brewers hurlers saw action on Friday and they were the only two pitchers not to give up a run. Jefry Tamares went 1.2 hitless innings, striking out two, while Melvin Mendez worked the final two innings without allowing a run. Yorki Franco and Elian Gonzalez each tripled and Jose Pena went 1-for-3 with a walk.