Minor League Recap: August 20th | Disciples of Uecker

Disciples of Uecker

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Javier Salas went seven innings, allowing just one run in Wisconsin's win on Wednesday night.

Fresno, NASHVILLE PPD (Rain)

Nashville’s game against Fresno was postponed due to rain on Wednesday night. The two teams will play a doubleheader on Thursday.

Jackson 4, HUNTSVILLE 6

Despite being out-hit 14-6, the Stars pulled out a 6-4 win. Austin Ross got the win after going five innings and allowing two runs. David Goforth recorded the final two outs to notch his 26th save of the year. Hunter Morris went 2-for-4. Nick Ramirez doubled and walked while Josh Fellhauer singled and drew two walks.


Tampa scored 11 runs on 18 hits as they rolled over Brevard County 11-1. Mike Strong started and took the loss after giving up four runs in five innings. Victor Roache and Orlando Arcia each went 2-for-4 with a double while Parker Berberet added two hits and Michael Reed singled and drew a pair of walks.

WISCONSIN 8, Clinton 3

Javier Salas went seven innings, allowing just one run to earn the win as Wisconsin beat Clinton 8-3. Clint Coulter went 3-for-5 with a double and three runs batted in. Michael Ratterree singled, doubled and walked while Omar Garcia and David Denson each added two hits.

HELENA, Great Falls SUSP (Rain)

Helena’s game with Great Falls was suspended due to rain in the bottom of the third inning. The game will be picked up on August 28th.

AZL Indians 3, AZL BREWERS 2

The Brewers managed just three hits as they were nipped by the Indians 3-2. Bubba Blau started and took the loss, giving up three runs in two innings. Milton Gomez followed with six innings, giving up just one run. Brock Hudgens worked a scoreless ninth. Monte Harrison, Carlos Belonis and Jacob Gatewood each singled for the Brewers.

DSL Blue Jays 8, DSL BREWERS 0

The Brewers were shut out by the Blue Jays 8-0. Yosmer Leal took the loss after going four innings and giving up four runs, though only one was earned. Melvin Tejada followed with 3.2 innings, giving up four runs, two earned. Juan Diaz worked the final 1.1 innings without allowing a run. Joantgel Segovia had the lone multi-hit game, going 2-for-3 with a walk. Johel Atencio, Nicol Valderrey and Juan De Los Santos each added a single.

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