Minor League Recap: August 17th | Disciples of Uecker

Disciples of Uecker

We'd like to go to the Playoffs, that would be cool.

First baseman Nick Ramirez went 2-for-4 with a double and a grand slam in Huntsville's 8-6 win on Sunday.

NASHVILLE 2, Albuquerque 4

Despite racking up 12 hits, Nashville managed only two runs as they were doubled up by the Isotopes 4-2. Jay Jackson started and went five innings, allowing four runs, and took the loss. Alfredo Figaro tossed two scoreless innings and Billy Bucker worked a 1-2-3 eighth in his Nashville debut. Eugenio Velez went 3-for-5 with a double while Logan Schafer and Adam Weisenburger each added two hits.

Jackson 6, HUNTSVILLE 8

Huntsville rallied back from a six run deficit to beat Jackson 8-6. Drew Gagnon got the start and allowed all six runs, five earned, in five innings. Eric Marzec followed with 2.2 scoreless and Kevin Shackelford pitched a third of an inning and picked up the win. David Goforth recorded his 25th save of the season. Nick Ramirez went 2-for-4 with a double and a grand slam. Hector Gimenez also had two hits, including a home run. Shawn Zarraga had three hits in four at bats and Robinzon Diaz went 2-for-4.


The Manatees scored two runs in the sixth to defeat Dunedin 3-2. Taylor Williams worked seven innings, giving up just one earned run to notch the victory and Stephen Peterson earned the save. Michael Reed had two hits and a walk in four plate appearances. Alfredo Rodriguez also added two hits and Nathan Orf and Parker Berberet each chipped in a double.

Kane County 9, WISCONSIN 0

The Rattlers were shut out in game one of their doubleheader 9-0. Wei-Chung Wang worked 4.1 innings, allowing two runs and was tagged with the loss. Taylor Brennan and Michael Ratterree each singled for the only Wisconsin hits.

Kane County 3, WISCONSIN 0

Game two was more of the same at the Timber Rattlers were once again shutout by Kane County. Clint Terry started and went 6.2 innings, giving up just two runs but was charged with the loss. David Denson doubled and drew a walk while Chris McFarland, Omar Garcia, Clint Coulter and Paul Eshleman each added a base hit.

Ogden 3, HELENA 2

Ogden scored three runs in the third to nip Helena 3-2. Devin Williams suffered the loss after giving up three runs in five innings of work. Brandon Woodruff and Donnie Hissa combined for four scoreless innings of relief. Alan Sharkey led the Helena offense with a double and three walks in four plate appearances. Dionis Hinojosa also added a double and Tucker Neuhaus singled, walked, stole a base and drove in both Helena runs.

AZL DiamondBacks 3, AZL BREWERS 2

Tyler Alexander allowed three runs over six innings and took the loss as the Brewers fell to the DiamondBacks 3-2. Joshua Torres and Chad Reeves combined to work the final three innings without allowing a run. Carlos Belonis had three hits, a stolen base and knocked in a pair of runs and Monte Harrison singled, doubled, walked and stole a base.


The Brewers were off on Sunday. They start their final week of play on Monday when they host the Tigers.

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