MILWAUKEE BREWERS 3, Los Angeles Dodgers 0
Zach Davies tossed seven scoreless innings as the Brewers evened their series with the Dodgers at a game apiece. Davies earned his 15th win of the year while Anthony Swarzek shutout the Dodgers in the eighth and Corey Knebel notched his 28th save. Orlando Arcia homered and drove in two runs while Neil Walker added a double and a walk and drove in Milwaukee’s third run of the ballgame.
COLORADO SPRINGS SKY SOX 10, New Orleans Baby Cakes 2
The Sky Sox scored 10 runs on 11 hits as they rolled over New Orleans by a score of 10-2. Bubba Derby got the start and earned the win, going five innings and giving up two runs. Catcher Rene Garcia collected three hits in five trips to the plate for Colorado Springs. Kyle Wren went 2-for-4 with a double and a walk and drove in five runs while Chris Colabello and Nate Orf each homered.
Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp 7, BILOXI SHUCKERS 6
Jacksonville scored four runs in the top of the seventh as they came back to knock off Biloxi, 7-6. Corbin Burnes started and went five innings, allowing three runs. Josh Uhen got roughed up for three runs in 1.1 innings of relief and Forrest Snow was charged with the loss after giving up one run. Johnny Davis reached base five times, going 4-for-4 with a walk and Blake Allemand went 2-for-4 with a home run.
CAROLINA MUDCATS 3, Myrtle Beach Pelicans 2
Trey Supak tossed five innings of one-run baseball as the Mudcats edged Myrtle Beach, 3-2. Eric Hanhold followed Supak to the mound and picked up the win with Nate Griep recording his 26th save. Corey Ray paced the offense, going 3-for-5 with a single, double and triple while Cooper Hummel chipped in a pair of doubles and Trent Clark walked four times and stole a base.
WISCONSIN TIMBER RATTLERS 3, Clinton LumberKings 1
The Rattlers scored two runs in the third and that proved to be enough as they topped Clinton, 3-1. Victor Diaz got the start and went 4.1 innings, allowing just an unearned run. Daniel Brown followed and got the win with Nattino Diplan collecting the save. Zach Clark went 2-for-3 with a walk while Mario Feliciano doubled and drew a pair of walks and Devin Harrison added a pair of singles.
Missoula Osprey 4, HELENA BREWERS 7
Despite being out-hit by Missoula, Helena out-scored the Osprey and walked away with a 7-4 victory. Gabe Friese started and got the win, going six innings and giving up three runs. Brandon Presley worked the final three innings and earned the save. Tristen Lutz went 2-for-3 with a home run to lead the Brewers’ offense while Nick Roscetti finished 3-for-4.
AZL BREWERS 2, AZL Angels 4
The Brewers fell to the Angels on Saturday night, but that doesn’t matter much as infielder Julio Mendez suffered a serious injury after being hit in the chest by a pitch. Mendez suffered a cardiac event and had CPR performed on him on the field before being transported to the ER. Jon Heyman reported on Sunday morning that Mendez was in critical but stable condition. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Mendez and his family.
DSL BREWERS 2, DSL Mets2 0
The Brewers took game one of their doubleheader on Saturday, scoring two runs in the eighth to defeat the Mets, 2-0. Michele Vassalotti started and worked seven scoreless innings to pick up the win, with Jesus Brea recording his 10th save. Joel Munoz and Aaron Familia each finished the day 1-for-3 with a base on balls and second baseman Luis Manon added the only other Brewers’ base hit.
DSL Mets2 3, DSL BREWERS 1
The Brewers jumped out to a lead in game two, but the Mets answered with two in the fifth and one in the seventh as they split Saturday’s doubleheader. Freisis Adames started and took the loss, despite allowing just one earned run over five innings. Luis Manon tripled and Joel Munoz doubled while Luis Avalo and Francis Florentino each added a single in the Brewers’ final Dominican Summer League game of the season.
DSL BREWERS CO-OP
DSL Astros Orange 7, DSL INDIANS/BREWERS 2
The Astros scored five runs in the top of the tenth inning as they topped the Brewers co-op team by a score of 7-2. Henry Medina started and went six innings, allowing two runs, one earned. Wilmy De Jesus followed and was charged with the loss after giving up five unearned runs. Elian Gonzalez recorded three hits for the Brewers while Ismael Rosado finished the day 2-for-3 with an RBI.