Minor League Recap: August 11th | Disciples of Uecker

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Round Rock, NASHVILLE PPD (Rain)

Nashville’s game with Round Rock was postponed due to wet grounds. The game will be made up as part of a doubleheader at Round Rock later in the season.


The Stars had an off day on Monday. They start a series on the road against the Tennessee Smokies on Tuesday.

Clearwater 2, BREVARD COUNTY 1

Clearwater scored single runs in the first and second and that was enough to top Brevard as the Manatees managed just one run on four hits. Jorge Lopez was charged with the loss despite allowing just the two runs in seven innings. He struck out eight and did not walk a batter. Nathan Orf, Tyrone Taylor, Victor Roache and Mike Garza each singled while Michael Reed walked three times.


The Timber Rattlers were off on Monday as they return to Fox Cities Stadium to start a homestand against the Clinton LumberKings on Tuesday night.


Helena also had the day off Monday. They play host to Idaho Falls in a series beginning Tuesday evening.


The Reds scored two in the ninth and one in the tenth to come from behind and defeat the Brewers 4-3. Kodi Medeiros turned in a strong pitching performance, going five innings, and allowing just one unearned run. Miguel Diaz followed with three innings, allowing two runs and Chad Reeves worked an inning and a third, taking the loss after surrendering a run in the tenth. Juan Ortiz and Troy Stokes each doubled for the Brewers while Hunter Morris added a triple and a walk in four at bats.

DSL Blue Jays 7, DSL BREWERS 9

The Brewers scored four in the fifth and three in the sixth as they beat the Blue Jays 9-7. Nattino Diplan made the start and went four innings, allowing five runs, four earned. Pedro Peguero followed and went three innings, allowing just an unearned run to pick up the win. Axel Cordero worked the final two frames without allowing a run to earn the save. Joantgel Segovia and Franly Mallen each had two hits while Yerald Martinez singled walked and stole three bases.


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