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Biloxi Shuckers (MIL) (9-13, 48-43) vs.

Birmingham Barons (CHW) (9-13, 38-54)


LHP Wei-Chung Wang (4-4, 3.54) vs. RHP Tyler Barnette (0-2, 5.56)

Game #92/Home #47 | Saturday, July 16, 2016 | MGM Park | 7:10 p.m.

OYSTER BITES
Roster Moves

On Saturday, OF Omar Garcia was added from A+ Brevard Co., LHP Mitch Lambson was added from the AZL
Brewers. LHP Brett Lee was
released and RHP Brandon
Woodruff was placed on
temporary inactive list.

Double-T in the House

OF Tyrone Taylor is batting


.310 (27x87) in 22 G during
2nd half with 13 R, 5 2B, 3B,
4 HR and 10 RBI.

Streaking

INF Javier Betancourt is


riding an 8-game hitting
streak and has hit in 12 of 13
games batting .395 (15x38)
with 3 2B and 7 RBI.

Mr. 1,000

Biloxi Mgr Mike Guerrero


earned his 1,000th managerial victory during Thursdays
3-2 walk-off win over Birmingham. He has a 1,000869 career record in 13 seasons. A .535 win percentage.

TODAYS GAME: Game 3 of a 5-game set against the Birmingham Barons (CHW) (2-0)... Third, and final series between
the clubs in 2016 ... Are 9-3 this season against Birmingham, including 6-1 at MGM Park... Are 15-7 all-time against the
Chicago White Sox Double-A affiliate... Shuckers are coming off a 2-3 series defeat to the Pensacola Blue Wahoos.
BERBERETS BLAST LIFTS BILOXI: Parker Berberet slugged his first homer of the year, a two-run shot in the
bottom of the eighth, helping the Biloxi Shuckers come from behind to defeat the Birmingham Barons, 4-3, on Friday
night at MGM Park. The Shuckers backstop had just one hit on the year coming into the contest, but finished with two
knocks, including a double. Taylor Jungmann recorded his first quality start of the season with one runs allowed on four
hits and five strikeouts in six innings. Stephen Peterson earned his team-leading, eighth victory of the season, despite
being credited with a blown save by allowing two inherited runners to cross the plate in the top of the eighth, putting the
Shuckers in a one-run deficit. Stephen Kohlscheen earned his 10th save of the season by working a perfect ninth,
striking out the side in the process.
TODAYS STARTING PITCHER: LHP Wei-Chung Wang makes his 16th start of the season for Biloxi. The native
of Taiwan has an ERA of 1.35 (4er/26.2ip) in the second half. Biloxi has gone 8-7 when the southpaw takes the
mound, including 3-1 over his last four outings.
DID YOU KNOW?: The Shuckers have won all three games during their winning streak by 1 run. The streak
started with a 1-0 shutout over the Pensacola Blue Wahoos on July 13, continued with a 3-2 walk-off on July 14,
and marched on with a 4-3 come-from-behind win on Friday night... The last five last-at-bat and come-from-behind
victories for Biloxi have come against the Birmingham Barons. BIloxi is 18-12 in 1-run games this season.
WHATS SHUCKIN: Garrett Cooper logged his team-leading 23rd multi-hit game on Thursday and currently ranks 3rd in the SL in batting (.309)...LHP Wei-Chung Wang is 2-1 with a 1.35 ERA (26.2ip, 4er),
6 BB and 26 SO in 4 GS (all quality) in the 2nd half. Wang is holding the opposition to a .174 AVG...RHP
Tyler Spurlin has allowed just 1 run during 9 games and 10.0 innings in the 2nd-half with 7 SO and .222
BAA. Overall, Spurlin has a 1.72 ERA .(30.1, 6er) 13 BB, 29 SO and .191 BAA...In 3 starts in July, RHP
Brandon Woodruff owns a 0.51 ERA (17.2ip, 1er) with 3 BB and 23 SO. Overall in 19 GS between Brevard
and Biloxi, is 8-7 with a 3.06 ERA (100ip, 34er) with 30 BB and 108 SO.

Southern League Second-Half Standings


NORTH
Chattanooga (MIN)
Montgomery (TB)
Jackson (SEA)
Tennessee (CHC)
Birmingham (CHW)

Rec
GB SOUTH
13-9
-- Mobile (ARI)
13-9
-- Jacksonville (MIA)
11-10 1.5 Mississippi (ATL)
9-12
3.5 Pensacola (CIN)
9-13
4.0 SHUCKERS (MIL)

RECORD BREAKDOWN

Current Record:......................................48-43
Streak........................................................ W3
Last 10 Games:..........................................3-7
Long Winning Streak:................................ W4
Long Losing Sttreak:....................................L6

Home:................................................. 27-19
Road:...................................................... 21-24

July:........................................................ 7-8
SIDE-BY-SIDE STAT COMPARISON
(SL Rank)

.237 (10)
320 (10)
56 (T5)
119 (10)
15 (10)
56 (8)
3.76 (5)
709 (4)
270 (4)
30 (1)

Stat

AVG
RUNS
HR
2B
3B
SB
ERA
SO
LOW BB
SV

.252 (4)
410 (4)
56 (T5)
164 (T2)
27 (T2)
72 (T5)
4.60 (10)
692 (6)
351 (8)
14 (10)

Rec
12-10
11-10
11-11
10-11
9-13

North
Birmingham
Chattanooga
Jackson (TN)
Montgomery
Tennessee
Totals:

GB
-0.5
1.0
1.5
3.0

LAST 5 GAMES

Date Site

7/11 PNS
7/12 PNS
7/13 PNS
7/14 BLX
7/15 BLX
Date Site
6/10 BLX
6/11 BLX
6/12 BLX
6/13 BLX
6/14 BLX
6/29 @BIR
6/30 @BIR
7/1 @BIR
7/2 @BIR
7/3 @BIR
7/14 BLX
7/15 BLX
7/16 BLX
7/17 BLX
7/18 BLX

Result (Opponent)

W, 3-1 (PNS)
L, 9-0 (PNS)
W, 1-0 (PNS)
W, 3-2 (BIR)
W, 4-3 (BIR)

Opponent:
vs. Birmingham
vs. Birmingham
at Pensacola
at Pensacola

BROTHERS GUERRERO: Manager Mike Guerrero and hitting coach Sandy Guerrero are
the first coaching brother combinations in affiliated pro baseball. The Dominican duos father
was Epy Guerrero, the famed Dominican scout who signed more than 50 players including
Carlos Delgado, Cesar Cedeo, Tony Fernandez and most recently Alcides Escobar. Mike will
reach 1,000 wins with Biloxis 47th this season.
TOURING THE BREWERY:
AAA COLORADO SPRINGS (44-45-1 (L2), 2nd (-8.0) PCL American North):
LAST GAME: 7/15 at Tacoma (L, 4-1)
ON TAP: 7/15 at Tacoma (9:05 p.m. CT)
NOTEABLE: SS Orlando Arcia extended his hitting streak to 7 games (11x28).
A+ BREVARD COUNTY (6-15, 29-60 (W1), T-5th (-7.5), FSL North):
LAST GAME: 7/15 vs. Jupiter (W, 4-3)
ON TAP: 7/16 vs. Jupiter (7:35 p.m. CT)
NOTEABLE: RHP Cody Ponce earned the win with 3 runs (1 earned) allowed over 6 innings on
5 hits, a walk and 8 strikeouts. RF Clint Coulter collected 2 hits, and is now batting .305 in the
second half, compared to .213 in the first half.
A WISCONSIN (10-12, 44-48 (L3), T-6th (-6.0) Midwest League West):
LAST GAME: 7/15 at Bowling Green (L, 4-3/13) ON TAP: 7/16 at Dayton (6:00 p.m. CT)
NOTEABLE: 1B Mitch Ghelfi stretched his hitting streak to 7 games (18x31) and is batting .511
over his last 10, raising his average from .273 to .315.
RK Helena (10-17 (L5), 4th (-6.5) Pioneer League North):
LAST GAME: 7/15 at Idaho Falls (L, 9-2)
ON TAP: 7/16 at Ogden (8:00 p.m. CT)
NOTEABLE: 2B Franly Mallen doubled, drove in a run and scored. The 19-year-old has hit
safely in 10 of his last 11 games.

2016 VS. THE SOUTHERN LEAGUE


Home Road Total
South
Home Road Total
6-1 (10)
3-2 (5)
9-3 (15)
Jacksonville
5-5 (10)
2-3 (10)
7-8 (20)
4-1 (5)
2-3 (5)
6-4 (10)
Mississippi
1-3 (9)
3-2 (10)
4-5 (20)
0-0 (5)
0-0 (5)
0-0 (10)
Mobile
3-2 (10)
3-2 (10)
6-4 (20)
Pensacola
4-1 (10)
3-7 (15)
7-8 (25)
1-4 (5)
3-2 (5)
4-6 (10)
3-2 (5)
2-3 (5)
5-5 (10)
Totals:
13-11 (39) 11-14 (45) 24-25 (85)
14-8 (25) 10-10 (30) 24-18 (55)

TEAM LEADERS (SL RANK)

AVG:...................... Garrett Cooper, .309 (3)


H:..........................Garrett Cooper, 83 (T13)
2B:............................ Garrett Cooper, 22 (6)
3B:..................................Brett Phillips, 5 (4)
HR:................................Brett Phillips, 11 (T4)
RBI:........................... Garrett Cooper, 47 (9)
R:................................Brett Phillips, 43 (17)
SB:............................ Tyrone Taylor, 7 (T24)
Loser
Leyer (1-2)
Guerrero (3-3)
Sanburn (0-2)
Ortega (0-6)
Lollis (3-1)
Peterson (7-1)
Brennan (1-6)
Hansen (2-2)
Perterson (7-2)
Dykstra (2-4)
Sanburn (1-3)
Tago (5-3)

Save
Tillman (3)
Kohlscheen (5)
Tillman (4)
Tillman (5)

Kohlscheen (7)
Kohlscheen (8)
Kohlscheen (10)

& 100.9 FM

WPMO AM-1580
Pascagoula-Moss Point
WVGG AM-1440
Lucedale

Pitching Matchup:
RHP Jorge Ortega (1-8, 5.06) vs. LHP David Holmberg (5-6, 3.90)
RHP Brandon Woodruff (4-6, 4.04) vs. RHP James Dykstra (3-4, 5.40)
RHP Angel Ventura (0-1, 4.09) vs. RHP Tyler Mahle (4-1, 2.93)
RHP Taylor Jungmann (0-1, 4.12) vs. TBD

2016 BILOXI SHUCKERS

W:............................ Steve Peterson, 8 (T4)


SV:................ Stephen Kohlscheen, 10 (T4)
ERA:................Wei-Chung Wang, 3.54 (15)
IP:.........................Jorge Ortega, 90.2 (T15)
CG:...................................................0 (T13)
SO:................... Wei-Chung Wang, 70 (T17)
WHIP:........... Wei-Chung Wang, 1.29 (T19)
G:........................ Stephen Peterson, 41 (1)

2016 Results vs. Birmingham (Biloxi 9, Birmingham 3)

Result Winner
W, 2-1 Peterson (5-0)
W, 4-2 Houser (3-5)
W, 6-5 Peterson (6-0)
L, 9-2 Holmberg (5-4)
W, 6-4 Peterson (7-0)
L, 3-1 Tago (4-1)
W, 11-6 Archer (3-3)
W, 3-1/13 Smith (2-1)
L, 6-5/10 Tago (5-1)
W, 4-1 Woodruff (3-5)
W, 3-2 Scott (1-0)
W, 4-3 Peterson (8-2)

UPCOMING GAMES AND PROBABLE PITCHERS (ALL TIMES ARE CENTRAL)

Date - Time
July 17 - 5:10
July 18 - 7:10
July 20 - 6:30
July 21 - 6:30

PROSPECTING: 6 of Milwaukees top-30 prospects, according to MLB.com are on the Shuckers


active roster. Those include OF Brett Phillips (2), C Jacob Nottingham (10), OF Tyrone Taylor
(12), RHP Adrian Houser (17), OF Victor Roache (26) and RHP Brandon Woodruff (30). Phillips (28) is on MLB.coms top-100.

WRBE FM-106.9
Lucedale
WMXI FM-98.1
Hattiesburg/Laurel
WRJW AM-1320
Picayune

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SHUCKERS NOTES/ABOUT THE SHUCKERS


WHO ARE THE SHUCKERS?: Formerly the Huntsville Stars, the new Biloxi professional baseball team revealed the new identity on November 24, 2014, as the Biloxi Shuckers took center stage during a ceremony
inside Biloxis historic Saenger Theatre. The team name was selected after nearly 60,000 votes were cast
after the month-long Name the Team contest yielded six finalists. A tenacious oyster is the centerpiece of
the identity, seen both in the clubs primary logo, home and alternate caps. The letters BS to make up the
road cap designation - the Biloxi Lighthouse logo, resiliently rising above historic storm waters. Gulf Blue,
Sand, Coral, and Black make up the clubs new official colors, paying tribute to the Gulf Coast. The Shuckers
are the first professional sports team to use this color combination.
ABOUT BILOXI: Founded in the late 17th century by French explorers, Biloxi has a population of 44,578
and is the home of Keesler Air Force Base... With many wonderful beaches, golf courses, fishing charters,
museums and the iconic Biloxi Lighthouse, Biloxi is the perfect place for friends and families to get away and
take a much-needed vacation.

2015 Monthly Records


2015
APRIL
MAY
JUNE
JULY
AUGUST
SEPTEMBER
Record 14-7 16-12
19-8 13-15 16-14
3-3
Batting .266
.278 .248 .242 .237 .273
Pitching
2.35 3.83 3.42 3.38 2.82
4.32
Attendance 13,055
4,490 32,597 46,668 43,964
13,033
Openings
5
20 10 14 16
5
Average 2,740
828 3,622 3,889 2,748
3,258
BOLD denotes monthly best/worst
2015 Awards
Southern League Yearly Awards
Manager of the Year......................................... Carlos Subero
Most Outstanding Pitcher.................................... Jorge Lopez
Southern League Postseason All-Stars
Orlando Arcia
Jorge Lopez
Southern League Awards
Hitter of the Week............................Orlando Arcia (5/25-5/31)
Pitcher of the Week.............................. Brooks Hall (6/8-6/14)
Hitter of the Week..............................Tyrone Taylor (6/8-6/14)
Pitcher of the Week............................ Brent Suter (6/15-6/21)
Hitter of the Week...........................Victor Roache (7/20-7/26)
Pitcher of the Week....................... Adrian Houser (8/24-8/30)

2015 Southern League AS Game

Montgomery, AL

Orlando Arcia
*Jaye Chapman
Brooks Hall
Hobbs Johnson
Jorge Lopez
Damien Magnifico
Nick Ramirez
Michael Reed
Austin Ross
Tyler Wagner
Adam Weisenburger
*Kyle Wren

SS
RHP
RHP
LHP
RHP
RHP
1B
OF
RHP
RHP
C
OF

* - Elected but did not attend game

Organizational Awards
Pitcher of the Month................................... Brooks Hall (April)
Player of the Month.................................Michael Reed (May)
Pitcher of the Month................................. Jorge Lopez (June)
Pitcher of the Month.................................. Jorge Lopez (July)
Pitcher of the Month..............................Jorge Lopez (August)

Year
League
CLASS W-L Finish Manager
Stadium
Lincoln Stickney, John Bolin, Earlie Miller Gulfport Fairgrounds
1906 Gulfport Crabs/Cotton States League
D
58-61
4th
1907 Gulfport Crabs/Cotton States League
D
68-67
4th
George Leidy, Link Stickney
Gulfport Fairgrounds
1908 Gulfport-Biloxi Sand Crabs/Cotton States League D
Gulfport Fairgrounds

Point Comfort Park
1926* Gulfport Tarpons/Cotton States League
D
1H 31-31
5th
Henry Cotton Knaupp,
Gulfport Fairgrounds

2H 26-36
8th
Jack Ryan, Clarence Nemitz
1927 Gulfport Tarpons/Cotton States League
D
1H 31-29 3rd
Joe P. Doc Evans
Gulfport Fairgrounds

2H 26-35
5th
1928 Gulfport Tarpons/Cotton States League
D
1H 34-21 2nd
Henry Cotton Knaupp
Gulfport Fairgrounds

2H 16-44
7th

Spring Training Sites

Biloxi Stadium (on site of Keesler Air Force Base)

Player
Berberet
Betancourt
Cooper
Davis
Garcia, O
Garcia, R
Macias
McFarland
Phillips
Ramirez
Roache
Shaw
Taylor
Wren
Totals

AVG
H
AB
.250 1 4
.500 1 2
.333 2 6
.250 1 4
.500
2
4
.000
0
1
.000 0 5
.143 1 7
.000 0 1
.071 1 14
.000 0 6
.000
0
1
.200 1 5
.300 3 10
.186 13 70

HR
RBI
0 0
0 0
0 3
1 1
0
0
0
0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0
2
0 0
0
0
0 0
0
1
1
7

CATCHERS INFORMATION


Berberet
Garcia
Nottingham
Totals:

G/GS CS SBA CS% PB W-L


6/6
1
3
.333
0
2-4
21/19
9
21
.429
2
11-8
68/66
16
53
.302
17
35-31
95/91 26 77 .338 19 48-43

PITCHERS AT THE PLATE

Player
Archer
Bradley
Gagnon
Hader
Hall
Houser
Jungmann
Ortega
Peterson
Salas
Smith
Ventura
Wang
Woodruff
Totals

AVG
H
AB
2B
3B
HR
RBI
SH
.250 1 4 0 0 0 0 0
.000 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
.000 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
.091 1 11 0 0 0 0 3
.200 1 5 1 0 0 0 0
.200 3 15 0 1 0 1 2
.000 0 3 0 0 0 0 0
.133 2 15 0 0 0 1 1
.000 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
.077 1 13 0 0 0 0 2
.000 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
.000
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
.200 3 15 0 0 0 0 2
.400 4 10 1 0 0 1 1
.168 16 95 2 1 0 2 11

LINEUP CARD - 69 LINEUPS

BILOXI BASEBALL HISTORY: Pro baseball is not totally new to the Gulf Coast, but it is the first since 1908. The
Gulfport-Biloxi Sand Crabs of the Cotton States League played half a season in Biloxi during the summer of 1908.
Many Major League and som Minor League teams held spring traing in the area. Even the 1920 Milwaukee Brewers
of the American Association (direct descendant of the current Brewers) trained in Gulfport. See below.

Year Team
League
Level
*1927 Toledo Mud Hens
American Association
AA
*1929 Toledo Mud Hens
American Association
AA
1930
Washington Senators American League
MLB
1931
Washington Senators American League
MLB
1932
Washington Senators American League
MLB
**1933 Washington Senators American League
MLB
1934
Washington Senators American League
MLB
1935
Washington Senators American League
MLB
* . The Mud Hens won the 1927 Junior World Series under manager
Casey Stengel (later of New York Yankees fame). In the spring of 1929,
the Mud Hens returned for a second season of spring training in Biloxi
and still were led by Stengel.
** In 1933, Washington won its last American League pennant while
training in Biloxi that spring. No other Washington D.C. club in either the
American or National League has won another one since that season.

PINCH HITTING

Gulfport Fairgrounds Ballpark

Year Team
League
Level
*1913 Detroit Tigers
American League
MLB
1914
Detroit Tigers
American League
MLB
1915
Detroit Tigers
American League
MLB
**1920 Milwaukee Brewers
American Association
AA
***1920s Memphis Chicks
Southern Association
A
1931
Baltimore Orioles
International League
AA
1932
Baltimore Orioles
International League
AA
1935
Atlanta Crackers
Southern Association
A
1935
Albany (NY) Senators International League
AA
* The Tigers included such stars as Ty Cobb, manager Huey Jennings, Sam Crawford, George Moriarty and many others. The late
Ray M. Thompson, columnist and historian, who wrote for the (then)
Biloxi-Gulfport Daily-Herald in a column dated April 13, 1961 and titled
KnowYour State/When the Detroit Tigers Trained At Gulfport discusses
the Tiger team training in Gulfport in 1913.
**.The American Association Milwaukee Brewers were founded in 1902,
after the American League Brewers moved to St. Louis and became
the St. Louis Browns. The American Association Milwaukee Brewers
continues in the major league Milwaukee Brewers, which took its name
from the 1902-1952 club.
***The Chicks trained in Gulfport sometime between 1921 and 1930
according to Ray M. Thompsons article of April 18, 1958 on the Washington Senators training at Biloxi.

2016 BILOXI SHUCKERS

Player
1. Davis (9-11), Omar Garcia (2-1), McFarland (2-0), Phillips (5-7), Taylor (16-11), Wren (14-13)
2. Betancourt (2-2), McFarland (2-3), Nottingham (4-7), Orf (17-12), Ortega, A. (6-4), Phillips
(11-7), Shaw (2-0), Taylor (3-7), Wren (1-1)
3. Cooper (3-4), Nottingham (9-9), Orf (5-1), Phillips (27-20), Roache (3-4), Santana (1-2),
Taylor (0-3)
4. Cooper (26-26), Nottingham (14-7), Ramirez (9-9), Roache (1-1)
5. Betancourt (1-0), Cooper (3-2), Macias (1-0), Noriega (0-1), Nottingham (11-12), Orf (0-1),
Ramirez (12-9), Roache (5-7), Taylor (14-11)
6. Betancourt (7-10), Cooper (2-4), Macias (0-1), McFarland (4-3), Noriega (4-5), Nottingham
(1-1), Ortega, A. (0-1), Ramirez (6-8), Roache (10-2), Shaw (3-2), Taylor (10-6)
7. Betancourt (14-8), Cooper (1-0), Garcia, R. (2-1), Macias (3-1), McFarland (7-7), Noriega
(6-9), Ortega, A. (0-3), Ramirez (2-1), Roache (4-2), Shaw (9-11), Wren (1-0)
8. Berberet (2-3), Betancourt (10-10), Davis (0-1), Garcia, R. (6-4), Hall (1-0), Macias (9-13),
McFarland (13-8), Noriega (2-1), Shaw (3-3), Wang (1-0), Woodruff (1-0)
9. Archer (1-0, Berberet (0-1), Betancourt (5-1), Davis (6-0), Gagnon (1-0), Garcia, O. (1-0),
Garcia, R. (3-3), Hader (7-2), Hall (1-0), Houser (3-5), Jungmann (0-2), Macias (1-1), McFarland
(3-1), Ortega, A. (3-5), Ortega, J. (3-8), Salas (7-1), Shaw (0-1), Ventura (0-1), Wang (3-5),
Woodruff (1-3)

STARTS BY POSITION

Player
P. Archer (1-0), Gagnon (1-0), Hader (9-2), Hall (3-1), Houser (4-9), Jungmann (1-3),
Ortega, J. (4-12), Salas (8-4), Ventura (1-1), Wang (9-6), Woodruff (5-6)
C. Berberet (2-4), Rene Garcia, (11-8), Nottingham (35-31)
1B. Cooper (29-23), Ramirez (20-20)
2B. Betancourt (16-16), McFarland (31-22), Orf (1-4), Shaw (0-1)
3B. Betancourt (6-4), Macias (15-15), Noriega (8-12), Orf (19-11), Shaw (0-1)
SS. Betancourt (17-11), Noriega (4-4), Orf (1-0), Ortega, A. (9-13), Shaw (17-15)
LF. Cooper (0-7), Davis (15-11) Omar Garcia (1-0), Roache (18-12), Taylor (0-1), Wren
(14-12)
CF. Davis (0-1), Omar Garcia (1-1), Phillips (41-31), Taylor (6-10), Wren (0-1)
RF. Cooper (4-6), Phillips (2-4), Roache (3-3), Santana (1-2), Taylor (36-26), Wren (2-1)
DH. Cooper (3-0), Nottingham (4-4), Phillips (0-2), Ramirez (8-6), Roache (3-1), Wren
(1-0)

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STARTING PITCHER

Wei-Chung Wang | LHP | #18

2016 STARTS

15 G, 15 GS, 4-4, 3.54 ERA

Bats: Left Throws: Left Height: 6-4 Weight: 194


Opening Day Age: 23
Acquired: Rule 5, 2013
Current Age: 24
Residence: Taitung City, Taiwan

Career Breakdown:
Year/Teams

W/L

ERA

GS

CG

SHO

IP

ER

BB

SO

HR

3.23
10.90
0.00
3.29
1.86
3.54
0.00
3.54

12
14
2
3
2
25
1
15

11
0
2
3
1
25
1
15

0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

47.1
17.1
3.2
13.2
9.2
139.2
6.0
86.1

37
30
1
13
7
146
4
83

18
23
0
6
2
69
0
36

17
21
0
5
2
55
0
34

4
8
0
4
0
39
0
28

42
13
3
10
9
91
5
70

2
6
0
0
0
9
0
5

17-15 3.32
0-0 10.90

60
14

58
0

3
0

0
0

306.1
17.1

291
30

131
23

113
21

75
8

230
13

16
6

2013 GCL Pirates-R 1-3


2014 MILWAUKEE
0-0
AZ Brewers-R
0-0
Wisconsin-A
0-2
Brevard Co.-A+ 1-0
2015 Brevard Co.-A+ 10-6
Colorado Springs-AAA 1-0
2016 Biloxi-AA
4-4
MiLB Totals
MLB Totals

Career vs. Birmingham:


W/L ERA

GS

IP

ER

BB

SO

HR Opp. Avg

0-0 2.08
2
2 13.0 9
3
3
3
11
2
.196
vs. BATTERS
AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO
Eddy Alvarez
.000
5
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
2
Keon Barnum .000 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Joey DeMichele .000 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
Jeremy Dowdy
.500
4
0
2
1
0
0
0
1
0
Adam Engel
.500
6
1
3
0
1
0
0
0
1
Courtney Hawkins
.000
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Trey Michalczewski .167
6
1
1
0
0
1
2
0
2
Jake Peter
.333 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0
Eudy Pina
.500
2
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
Brady Shoemaker .167 6 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2
Keenyn Walker .200 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

Todays Start: 24-year-old Wei-Chung Wang makes his 16th start of 2016 in game three of the five-game
set against the Birmingham Barons. The native of Taiwan has appeared in 60 minor league games (58 starts),
and has a record of 17-15 with a 3.32 ERA over 306.1 innings of work.
Last Outing: Wang earned his fourth win of the season with one run allowed over six innings against the
Pensacola Blue Wahoos on July 11. The southpaw gave up four hits, walked three and struck out four in his fifth
quality start of the season.

Date
Opp W-L ERA IP H R ER HR BB SO PC-S SC
4/10 CHA 0-0 1.59 5.2 5 1 1 1 3 5 87-50 W, 8-5
4/16 @MOB 1-0 2.45 5.1 2 2 2 0 2 4 67-40 W, 4-2
4/21 PNS 1-0 1.69 5.0 2 0 0 0 2 5 79-51 W, 1-0
4/26 @MIS 0-1 3.27 6.0 8 5 5 1 1 4 86-57 L, 9-3
5/2
TNS 0-0 2.83 6.2 3 1 1 0 3 2 81-44 L, 4-1
5/8 @PNS 0-1 3.48 5.0 7 4 4 1 3 5 88-57 L, 5-0
5/13
JAX 0-0 3.43 5.2 8 3 2 0 2 3 87-58 W, 6-5
5/18 @CHA 0-0 3.65 5.0 8 3 3 0 1 2 92-57 W, 5-4
5/23 @TNS 0-0 3.62 5.1 8 2 2 0 1 5 88-53 L, 3-2
6/9 @MTG
0-1
4.61 5.0
10
8 8 0 2 5 96-62
L, 17-2
6/14
BIR 0-0 4.53 5.0 6 2 2 1 2 5 96-61 L, 6-4
6/25 MTG 1-0 4.07 6.2 2 0 0 0 2 9 101-62
W, 5-1
7/1 @BIR 0-0 3.75 8.0 3 1 1 0 0 6 99-63 W, 3-1
7/6
JAX 0-1 3.70 6.0 7 3 2 1 1 6 97-63 L, 3-1
7/11 @PNS 1-0 3.54 6.0 4 1 1 0 3 4 90-57 W, 3-1
Totals .279 3-3 4.07 66.1 69 31 30 4 24 54

2016 SEASON SPLITS

HOME: 2-1, 1.77 ROAD: 2-3, 5.12


vs. LH: .244, 1 HR
vs. RH: .267, 4 HR
April: 2-1, 3.27, 18 K, 8 BB, .218 Opp. AVG
May: 0-1, 3.90, 17 K, 10 BB, .327 Opp. AVG
June: 1-1, 5.40, 19 K, 6 BB, .277 Opp. AVG
July: 1-1, 1.80, 16 K, 4 BB, .197 Opp. AVG

2016 SEASON HIGHS

Long Outing: 8.0 (7/1 at Birmingham)


Strikeouts: 9 (6/25 vs. Montgomery)
Walks: 3 (3x, 5/8 at Pensacola)
HR Alld: 1 (5x, 7/6 vs. Jacksonville)
Hits Alld: 10 (6/9 at Montgomery)
Runs Alld: 8 (6/9 at Montgomery)
Win Streak: 2 (4/16-21)
Loss Streak: 3 (4/26-6/9)
Record in Starts: 8-7
Quality Starts: 5

vs. Birmingham: Saturday will be Wangs third career start against the Barons. In two previous starts in
2016, the native of Taiwan has allowed three runs in 13 innings on nine hits, three walks and 11 strikeouts, holding the opposition to a .196 average.
2016: Set a career-high with nine strikeouts on 6/25 against the Montgomery Biscuits.
2015: Ranked 10th in the Florida State League with a 3.54 ERA (139.2ip, 55er) and was among the leaders in
wins (T2nd, 10), and complete games (T2nd, 3).
- Ranked seventh among Brewers minor leaguers in ERA and was tied for second in wins.
- Led Class-A Brevard County in wins and strikeouts (91)......in 12 starts in the second half, went 6-4 with a 1.89
ERA (71.1ip, 15er) with 14 walks and 44 strikeouts.....went 2-1 with a 1.57 ERA (23ip, 4er) in 5 starts in July.....
in 13 starts at home, went 7-2 with a 3.17 ERA (76.2ip, 27er).
- Earned a complete game win in his nal start with Brevard County on 9/1.
- Made one start for Triple-A Colorado Springs on 9/6 and tossed 6 shutout innings, allowing 4 hits and striking
out 5.....entered 2015 as the seventh-best prospect in the organization according to Baseball America.
2014: Went 0-0 with a 10.90 ERA in 14 relief appearances during his rst Major League season... Became
the 11th Taiwanese player (8th pitcher, 1st Brewer) to play in the Major Leagues according to the Elias Sports
Bureau... Made his Major League debut on 4/14 vs. St. Louis (1ip, 1h)... At the age of 21, became the youngest
player from Taiwan to play in the Major Leagues... Was on the 15-day disabled list from 7/11-8/31 with left shoulder tightness... Following the season pitched for Glendale Desert Dogs in the Arizona Fall League and went 2-0
with a 2.74 ERA in 6 starts (23ip, 22h, 8r, 7er, 2bb, 12k).
2013: In his rst professional season went 1-3 with a 3.23 ERA in 12 games (11 starts) with the Rookie Gulf
Coast League Pirates... Held opponents to a .209 batting average... Had 42 strikeouts compared to 4 walks
(47.1ip)... Made his professional debut on 6/21 at GCL Yankees (L, 4.1ip, 5h, 4r, 4er, 0bb, 8k, 2hr)... His victory
came in his lone relief appearance on 8/27 vs. GCL Blue Jays in his nal outing of the season (4ip, 2h, 0r, 1bb,
6k).
2012: Missed the entire season as he recovered from Tommy John surgery on his left elbow... Originally
signed by the Pirates as a non-drafted free agent on 6/24/11 (Fu-Chun Chiang).

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PITCHING/BULLPEN
bullpen notes NOTES
PITCHING TOTALS

ERA

CG

SHO

IP

ER

BB

SO

HR

Hits/At-Bats

AVG

Q/S

SVO

Holds

IR

Scored

Starters

19

30

3.96

91

463.1

426

220

204

159

400

26

426

1730

.246

28

Relievers

29

13

3.49

91

340.1

315

144

132

105

309

19

315

1286

.245

30

36

30

133

54

TOTALS

48

43

3.76

91

803.2

741

364

336

264

709

45

741

3016

.246

30

37

31

133

54

PITCHER

34 - Archer
38 - Hall
31 - Kohlscheen
26 - Lee
19 - Peterson
46 - Rincon
4 - G. Smith
11 - Scott
41 - Spurlin

LAST APP.

Wed 7/13 at PNS


Fri 7/15 vs BIR
Fri 7/15 vs BIR
Tues 7/12 at PNS
Fri 7/15 vs BIR
Thurs 7/14 vs BIR
Tues 7/12 at PNS
Fri 7/15 vs BIR
Thurs 7/14 vs BIR

IP,H,R,ER,BB,K

BULLPEN BRIEFS/LAST OUTING

1.0ip, 1h, 0r, 0er, 0bb, 2k


1.0ip, 0h, 0r, 0er, 0bb, 1k
1.0ip, 0h, 0r, 0er, 0bb, 3k
0.1ip, 3h, 4r, 4er, 0bb, 0k
0.1ip, 1h, 0r, 0er, 1bb, 1k
2.0ip, 2h, 1r, 1er, 1bb, 2k
1.2ip, 3h, 0r, 0er, 0bb, 2k
0.2ip, 1h, 2r, 2er, 1bb, 1k
1.0ip, 1h, 0r, 0er, 1bb, 1k

TRISTAN ARCHER | RHP | #34

SUMMARY
Games............................................................. 33 (1 Start)
SV/Opp...................................................................1/3
Holds.........................................................................6
vs. LHB........(.313) 26x83, 4 2B, HR, 13 RBI, BB, 17 SO
vs. RHB.(.224) 30x134, 5 2B, 3 3B, 2 HR, 10 RBI, 4 BB, 35 SO
SEASON HIGHS
Innings Pitched...................3.0, 3x (Last, 6/30 at BIR)
Strikeouts............................................. 5 (6/17 at JAX)
Walks................................. 1, 4x (Last, 5/28 vs. MOB)
Hits.......................................................6 (6/1 vs. MIS)
Earned Runs............. 4 (5/21 at TNS and 6/1 vs. MIS)

BROOKS HALL | RHP | #38

SUMMARY
Games......................................................14 (4 starts)
SV/Opp...................................................................1/1
Holds.........................................................................2
vs. LHB.(.220) 22x100, 5 2B, 3B, 7 RBI, 4 BB, 20 SO
vs. RHB...(.253) 22x87, 5 2B, 3B, 3 HR, 13 RBI, 7 BB, 19 SO
SEASON HIGHS
Innings Pitched..................................7.0 (6/29 at BIR)
Strikeouts..........................................7 (5/29 vs. MOB)
Walks.................................................. 4 (5/17 at CHA)
Hits........................ 6 (6/15 at JAX and 6/24 vs. MTG)
Earned Runs............. 5 (5/17 at CHA and 6/7 at MTG)

LAST WIN

6/30 at BIR
5/29 vs MOB
6/8 at MTG
5/2 vs TNS G1
6/14 vs BIR
7/1 at BIR

LAST SAVE

5/18 at CHA
6/7 at MTG
7/13 at PNS

LAST LOSS
6/26 vs MTG
7/10 at PNS
5/23 at TNS
7/2 at BIR

SV/OPP

1/2
1/1
9/10
2/3

6/24 vs MTG

5/17 at CHA

RI/SCORED
21-7
12-5
9-5
9-1
21-7
10-4
2-0
8-7

3-3, 3.34 ERA, .258 BAA, 1 SV

RESIDES: KINGSPORT, TN

AGE: 25

3-1, 3.83 ERA, .235 BAA, 1 SV

RESIDES: ANDERSON, SC

AGE: 26

Selected by Milwaukee in the 21st Round of the 20113 draft (Georgia Tech).
2015: Did not allow a run in his rst 6 appearances of the season (9.1ip)... Went 3-2 with 1 save in 26 relief appearances with a 2.92
ERA (61.2ip, 20er)... From 7/25 to the end of the season, owned a 2-0 record with an 0.36 ERA (25.1ip, 1er).
2014: Went 2-0 with a 2.68 ERA and 5 saves in 13 relief appearances (43.2ip, 13er) and 5-6 with a 3.89 ERA in 13 starts (69.1ip, 30er).
Graduated from Tennessee Tech University with a bachelors degree in agriculture/turfgrass management... Was a 2013 First Team
All-Ohio Valley Conference selection as a senior and helped lead Tennessee Tech to the OVC conference championship... Earned 2010
OVC All-Freshman Team honors... Is the schools all-time leader in wins (23) and innings pitched (323.2)... Was named the 2009 Big 9
Conference Player of the Year as a senior in high school and earned Second Team All-State honors that same year... Was drafted out of
high school by the Oakland Athletics in the 38th round of the 2009 First-Year Player Draft, but did not sign... Is married; wifes name is
Catherine.

Selected by Milwaukee in the 4th Round of the 2009 draft (T.L. Hanna HS, South Carolina).
2016: Started the season with Triple-A Colorado Springs and went 1-1 with an 8.10 ERA in 8 games... Transferred to Biloxi from Helena on 5/9.
2015: Went 3-0 with a 1.23 ERA (22ip, 3er) in 4 starts in April, winning the organizations Player of the Month award... Went 6-6 with a 3.30 ERA (90ip, 33er) in 21 games at night...
Fnished the rst half with a 7-3 record and a 3.39 ERA (69ip, 26er) with 14 walks and 56 strikeouts... Appeared in 6 games as a reliever and went 1-1 with a 1.42 ERA (12.2ip, 2er)... Hit his
rst career home run on 4/21 against Jacksonville... Was named to the Southern League midseason All-Star team... Was the Southern League Pitcher of the Week from 6/8-15 (2-0, 0.60
ERA, 2bb, 12k)... Was assigned outright to Triple-A Colorado Springs on 3/4/15.
2014: Went 2-1 with a 2.77 ERA in 5 starts at Double-A Huntsville... Was placed on Huntsvilles disabled list on 4/26 with right elbow irritation (missed rest of 2014)... Following the
season pitched for the Glendale Desert Dogs in the Arizona Fall League and went 1-0 with a 3.38 ERA in 8 games (2 starts).
2013: Went 4-7 with a 3.40 ERA and 1 save in 28 games (23 starts) with Class-A Brevard County and Double-A Huntsville... Began the year at Brevard County, where he went 2-3 with a
2.78 ERA in 11 games (10 starts)... Held Florida State League opponents to a .217 batting average... Was a Florida State League All-Star ... Joined Huntsville on 6/3 and went 2-4 with a
4.01 ERA and 1 save in 17 games (13 starts)... Was added to the 40-man roster on 11/20.
Graduated from T.L. Hanna (SC) High School, where he also played basketball... Committed to play at the University of South Carolina before signing with the Brewers... His father,
James, gave him the middle name of Brooks after his favorite baseball player, Hall of Famer Brooks Robinson... Enjoys deer and hog hunting.

STEPHEN KOHLSCHEEN | RHP | #31 2-3, 2.48 ERA, .229 BAA, 10 SV


RESIDES: YORK, NE AGE: 27
SUMMARY
Signed by Milwaukee to a minor-league contract.
Games.....................................................................32 2016: Made Biloxi Shuckers debut on 4/21 against the Pensacola Blue Wahoos, allowing one hit and retiring
SV/Opp............................................................... 10/11
Holds.........................................................................4 two to earn his first save of the season.
vs. LHB..(.340) 18x53, 2 2B, 2 HR, 8 RBI, 2 BB, 16 SO 2014: Named a Southern League Mid-Season All-Star.
vs. RHB............. (.138) 9x65, 2 2B, RBI, 5 BB, 25 SO 2013: Led the Southern League in SO/9.0 innings (11.48), while ranking fourth in opponent average (.203).
SEASON HIGHS
2010: Signed by the Mariners as a 45th-round selection in the First-Year Player Draft.

Innings Pitched................... 2.0, 4x (Last, 6/8 at MTG)


Strikeouts............................. 4, 6x (Last, 7/15 vs. BIR)
Walks...................................................2, (6/8 at MTG)
Hits........................................3, 4x (Last, 7/8 vs. JAX)
Earned Runs....................................... 2 (5/21 at TNS)

BRETT LEE | LHP | #36

SUMMARY
Games.....................................................................18
SV/Opp.................................................................. --/-Holds.........................................................................0
vs. LHB................... (.219) 7x32, 2B, RBI, 6 BB, 4 SO
vs. RHB... (.407) 22x54, 2 2B, 3 HR, 13 RBI, 7 BB, 4 SO
SEASON HIGHS
Innings Pitched................................. 3.0 (7/7 vs. JAX)
Strikeouts................. 2 (5/22 at TNS and 7/7 vs. JAX)
Walks.....................................2, 3x (Last, 7/5 vs. JAX)
Hits...................................................4 (5/29 vs. MOB)
Earned Runs....................................... 4 (7/12 at PNS)

2-1, 7.20 ERA, .337 BAA, 0 SV

RESIDES: PENSACOLA, FL

AGE: 25

Signed by Milwaukee to an MiLB contract.


2016: Started the year with the Chattanooga Lookouts (MIN, AA), where he appeared in six games and posted an 8.59 ERA (7er/7.1ip)... Allowed 12 hits, walked 3 and struck
out 7...made Shuckers debut on 5/12 vs. JAX and earned win with a scoreless 8th inning.
2015: Began season with Single-A Ft. Myers in the starting rotation... Placed on the disabled list April 9 with left bicep strain; reinstated April 26... Transferred to Double-A
Chattanooga June 2... Made 16 starts for the Lookouts, including a complete game July 4 and a complete game shutout August 30... In 13 starts following the break, went 6-3,
2.65 ERA (78.0 IP, 23 ER)... Named Twins minor league Player of the Week September 4 after tossing 7.0 shutout innings with two hits and two walks while striking out eight...
His 3.10 ERA with the Lookouts was second best among starters behind only Jose Berrios 3.08... Played for Caracas in the Venezuelan Winter League following the season.
2014: Spent the entire season with Single-A Ft. Myers... Finished second on the team in starts and wins... Tied career-high with two complete games, including his rst career
shutout August 8, tossing 9.0 innings, allowing seven hits and three walks while striking out four... Selected to the Florida State League Midseason All-Star team.
2013: Played entire season with Single-A Cedar Rapids... Led Kernels in wins, starts, complete games and innings pitched and was third in strikeouts... Finished the season
with third best ERA in the Midwest League and fourth best in the Twins minor league system... 2.09 walks-per-9.0 innings pitched was the fth best in the Midwest League.
Originally selected by Pittsburgh in 40th round of 2009 First-Year Player draft out of West Florida HS of Advanced Technology, but did not sign... Was selected by Los AngelesNL in 33rd round of 2010 draft out of Bishop State Community College, but did not sign... Selected by the Twins in 10th round of the 2011 draft out of St. Petersburg College.

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NOTES
bullpen notes
STEVE PETERSON | LHP | #19

SUMMARY
Games............................................................................41
SV/Opp...................................................................0/2
Holds.........................................................................7
vs. LHB....... (.208) 16x77, 3 2B, 3B, 6 RBI, 3 BB, 21 SO
vs. RHB............(.282) 24x85, 7 2B, 8 RBI, 13 BB, 20 SO
SEASON HIGHS
Innings Pitched...............................2.2 (4/20 vs. PNS)
Strikeouts..............................................4 (6/3 vs. MIS)
Walks..............................2 (4/24 at MIS and 6/16 at JAX)
Hits.................................4 (5/5 at PNS and 5/26 at MOB)
Earned Runs............................................... 3 (5/5 at PNS)

JUNIOR RINCON | RHP | #46

SUMMARY
Games.......................................................................7
SV/Opp...................................................................0/0
Holds.........................................................................1
vs. LHB.....................................(.071) 1x14, BB, 7 SO
vs. RHB............................ (.059) 1x17, 3B, RBI, 7 SO
SEASON HIGHS
Innings Pitched................. 2.0, 3x (Last, 7/15 vs. BIR)
Strikeouts................................................5 (7/1 at BIR)
Walks.................................................. 1 (7/15 vs. BIR)
Hits..................................................... 2 (7/15 vs. BIR)
Earned Runs....................................... 1 (7/15 vs. BIR)

8-2, 2.80 ERA, .247 BAA, 0 SV

RESIDES: DANVERS, MA

AGE: 28

0-0, 0.90 ERA, .065 BAA, 0 SV

RESIDES: SANTO DOMINGO, DR

AGE: 24

Signed as a Non-Drafted Free Agent on 6/12/11.


2016: Won first seven decisions of the season, earning a Southern League Mid-season All-Star selection
2015: Went 0-1 with a save and a 1.88 ERA (14.1ip, 3er) in 6 appearances in May.
2014: Limited opponents to a .235 batting average.
2012: Held opponents to a .196 batting average (29-for-148)... Was placed on the disabled list on 8/17 with a right knee ACL
injury and missed the remainder of the season... Surgery was performed by Dr. William Raasch.
Earned Atlantic 10 All-Conference and All-New England honors at the University of Rhode Island in 2011... Was named
Pitcher of the Game at the New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association (NEIBA) All-Star Game... Transferred from
Marist College after his sophomore season... Pitched for the Newport Gulls of the New England Collegiate Baseball League
in the summers of 2007-09... Underwent Tommy John surgery in 2009.

Signed by Milwaukee to a minor-league contract on 1/29/14.


2016: Retired the first 25 consecutive batters (14 strikeouts) before allowing a base runner (1B by Birminghams Joey
DeMichele on 7/14 at MGM Park)...
Made Shuckers debut on 6/27 against the Montgomery Biscuits, tossing a perfect eighth inning... Posted a 3.50 ERA in 36
innings with the Brevard County Manatees (A+), with 17 runs allowed (14 earned) on 32 hits, 20 walks and 33 strikeouts.
2015: Went 4-1 with a save and a 3.66 ERA (19.2ip, 8er) in 9 games (2 starts) in the second half.
2014: Released by Miami on 1/21... Was signed by Milwaukee to a minor-league contract on 1/29.
2014: Was originally signed by the Miami Marlins as a minor-league free agent on 8/13/10... Signed by Marlins scouts Albert
Gonzalez and Sandy Nin.

TAYLER SCOTT | RHP | #11 1-0, 7.20 ERA, .158 BAA, 1 SV

SUMMARY
Games.......................................................................5
SV/Opp...................................................................1/1
Holds.........................................................................1
vs. LHB....................................... (.111) 1x9, BB, 2 SO
vs. RHB..................... (.200) 2x10, 4 RBI, 2 BB, 3 SO
SEASON HIGHS
Innings Pitched................................. 2.0 (7/5 vs. JAX)
Strikeouts............................................. 2 (7/5 vs. JAX)
Walks................................................... 2 (7/8 vs. JAX)
Hits...........................2 (7/8 vs. JAX and 7/15 vs. BIR)
Earned Runs.............2 (7/8 vs. JAX and 7/15 vs. BIR)

RESIDES: JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA AGE: 24

Had contract purchased by the Brewers from the Independent American Associations Sioux City Explorers 7/6.
2016: In 17 games with the Explorers this season, Scott has posted a 1.88 earned run average while recording 32 strikeouts and only six walks in 28.2 innings
pitched... Made Biloxi Shuckers debut on 7/6, working 2 perfect innings with 2 strikeouts.
2015: Moved to the bullpen last in 11 games with the Myrtle Beach Pelicans (A+, CHC) posted a 2-2 record with a 1.96 ERA while striking out 27 to just 6 walks
with 2 saves... )Owned the Carolina Leagues fifth-lowest opponents batting average against at .197 and third most strikeouts per nine innings pitched at a 9.90
average... Promoted to the Double-A Tennessee and finished the season there appearing in 15 games out of the bullpen while owning a 4-1 record with a save in
31 innings pitched.
2012: Made 15 starts on the mound for Boise, tossing 71.1 innings, allowing just 66 hits while accumulating 43 strikeouts and owning a 2.52 ERA to go along
with his 5-1 record... Following the 2012 season, Baseball America ranked Scott as the Northwest Leagues #17 prospect.
2011: Drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the 5th round of the 2011 Draft from Notre Dame Prep High School (Scottsdale, AZ).
Graduated from Northgate (GA) High School... Attended Gulf Coast Community College... Contributes to Joeys Toy Box, a non-prot organization which
provides support for the child life programs at Aac Childrens Cancer Centers of Childrens Healthcare of Atlanta... Enjoys golng, hunting and fantasy football.

GAGE SMITH | RHP | #4 2-1, 3.14 ERA, .278 BAA, 0 SV

RESIDES: TALLAHASSEE, FL AGE: 25

TYLER SPURLIN | RHP | #41

RESIDES: THE WOODLANDS, TX

SUMMARY
Games.......................................................................9
SV/Opp.................................................................. --/-Holds.........................................................................0
vs. LHB...................... (.429) 9x21, 2B, HR, 4 RBI, BB
vs. RHB.................. (.182) 5x28, 2 2B, RBI, BB, 5 SO
SEASON HIGHS
Innings Pitched................................. 4.0 (7/7 vs. JAX)
Strikeouts............................................. 2 (7/7 vs. JAX)
Walks................................................ 2 (6/24 vs. MTG)
Hits...................................................... 4 (7/7 vs. JAX)
Earned Runs..................................... 4 (6/24 vs. MTG)

SUMMARY
Games............................................................................29
SV/Opp.................................................................. --/-Holds.........................................................................4
vs. LHB.....................(.174) 8x46, 3 RBI, 4 BB, 14 SO
vs. RHB.. (.194) 13x67, 2 2B, 3B, 4 RBI, 10 BB, 16 SO
SEASON HIGHS
Innings Pitched.............................. 2.1 (6/25 vs. MTG)
Strikeouts..........................................3 (5/29 vs. MOB)
Walks..............................2 (5/6 at PNS and 5/21 at PNS)
Hits...............................................2, 6x (Last, 6/29 at BIR)
Earned Runs........................................ 3 (521 at TNS)

Signed by Milwaukee to a minor league contract on 5/20/16.


2016: Appeared in 9 games with the Lakeland Flying Tigers (A+, DET) and posted a 3.32 ERA (7er/19ip) with 16 SO and 4 BB...
Released by Lakeland on 5/14... Signed by Milwaukee and assigned to Brevard County (A+) on 5/20... Appeared in 6 games for the
Manatees and posted a 1.23 ERA (1er/7.1ip) with 5 SO and 1 BB... Converted 2 of 3 save chances.... Promoted to Double-A Biloxi on
6/13... Made Shuckers debut on 6/15 against the Jacksonville Suns.
2014: Earned third-team Al-ACC honors as a redshirt senior at Florida State University and had a 5-2 record with one save and a 2.39
ERA (17er/64.0ip).
2013: Compiled a 4-2 record with one save and a 2.41 ERA (11er/41.0ip) as a redshirt junior at Florida State University.
2012: Pitched in 39 games as a redshirt sophomore at Florida State University and posted a 5-0 record with three saves and a 2.89
ERA (17er/53.0ip)... Helped the Seminoles to an appearance in the College World Series.
Career 12-2 minor league record with a 1.96 ERA (28er/128.1ip) upon joining Biloxi... Drafted by the Detroit Tigers in the 25th round of
the 2014 first-year player draft out of Florida State University.

1-0, 1.72 ERA, .186 BAA, 0 SV

AGE: 25

Signed by Milwaukee as a NDFA on 6/17/13.


2016: Promoted to Biloxi from A+ Brevard Co. on 5/4 (Chapman to AAA)...Went 0-1 with 4 saves and a 1.69 ERA in 9
games with the Brevard County Manatees... Allowed only 2 runs in 10.2 IP... Struck out a season-high 3 on 4/27 through a
season-high 2.1 IP against the Lakeland Flying Tigers.
2015: Went 1-1 with a save and a 2.53 ERA (21.1ip, 6er) in 15 games prior to the All-Star break.
2014: Went a combined 4-1 with a 3.60 ERA in 24 relief appearances (35ip, 14er) between Class-A Wisconsin and Class-A
Brevard County... Held Midwest League opponents to a .223 batting average.
Struck out 23 batters compared to just 2 walks in 20.0 innings pitched... Limited opponents to a .208 batting average.
Graduated from Rice University with a bachelors degree in sport management... Earned 2009 First Team All-State honors
as a senior in high school... Named an Honorable Mention Louisville Slugger High School All-American by Collegiate Baseball.

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PARKER BERBERET | C | #22

SUMMARY
Last Game................................ 2x3, R, 2B, HR, 2 RBI
Current Series.......................... 2x3, R, 2B, HR, 2 RBI
Previous Series...........................................0x5, 2 SO
Streak/Long............................................. 1G (2x3)/1G
vs. LHP............................. (.286) 2x7, 2 2B, BB, 3 SO
vs. RHP...............(.071) 1x14, HR, 2 RBI, 2 BB, 5 SO
SEASON HIGHS
Hits..................................................... 2 (7/15 vs. BIR)
Runs...................... 1 (4/28 vs. TNS and 7/15 vs. BIR)
RBI...................................................... 2 (7/15 vs. BIR)
HR...................................................... 1 (7/15 vs. BIR)
Stolen Bases.............................................................--

JAVIER BETANCOURT | INF | #9

SUMMARY
Last Game..........................................2x3, R, RBI, BB
Current Series.......................... 4x6, R, RBI, 2 BB, SB
Previous Series...........................5x14, 2B, 3 RBI, SO
Streak/Long......................................... 8G (10x22)/8G
vs. LHP.. (.239) 16x67, 2B, 2 HR, 9 RBI, 4 BB, 12 SO
vs. RHP.....(.222) 40x180, 7 2B, 3B, HR, 24 RBI, 15 BB, 30 SO
Season Highs
Hits.......................... 3 (5/9 vs. JAX and 5/25 at MOB)
Runs...................................1, 11x (Last, 7/15 vs. BIR)
RBI........................................2, 8x (Last, 7/11 at PNS)
HR......................................... 1, 3x (Last, 6/2 vs. MIS)
Stolen Bases...................................... 1 (7/14 vs. BIR)

GARRETT COOPER | INF | #30

SUMMARY
Last Game............................................................. 1x4
Current Series........................................3x8, RBI, SO
Previous Series.................................... 2x10, R, 3 SO
Streak/Long................................................. 2G (3x8)/12G
vs. LHP.(.342) 25x73, 7 2B, HR, 12 RBI, 9 BB, 12 SO
vs. RHP.. (.296) 58x196, 15 2B, 3B, 3 HR, 35 RBI, 11 BB,
38 SO
SEASON HIGHS
Hits.......................................................4 (6/1 vs. MIS)
Runs........................................ 2, 3x (Last, 7/3 at BIR)
RBI........................................... 3, 3x (Last, 7/2 at BIR)
HR...................................................... 2 (6/12 vs. BIR)
Stolen Bases......................... 1, 3x (Last, 6/2 vs. MIS)

JOHNNY DAVIS | OF | #17

SUMMARY
Last Game...................................................1x4, 2 SO
Current Series..................................3x8, R, 3 SO, SB
Previous Series.............. 2x14, R, HR, RBI, BB, 8 SO
Streak/Long............................................. 2G (3x8)/6G
vs. LHP............................................(.120) 3x25, 5 SO
vs. RHP.... (.293) 24x80, 3B, HR, 2 RBI, 6 BB, 28 SO
SEASON HIGHS
Hits................................................... 3 (6/25 vs. MTG)
Runs.................................................... 2 (6/15 at JAX)
RBI............................ 1 (6/29 at BIR and 7/10 at PNS)
HR...................................................... 1 (7/10 at PNS)
Stolen Bases....................... 1, 6x (Last, 7/14 vs. BIR)

CHRIS MCFARLAND | INF | #3

SUMMARY
Last Game............................................0x3, SO (7/14)
Current Series................................................0x3, SO
Previous Series............................... 0x5, RBI, SO, SB
Streak/Long.......................................... -7G (0x15)/4G
vs. LHP.. (.172) 10x58, 4 2B, HR, 5 RBI, 2 BB, 17 SO
vs. RHP.....(.184) 25x136, 2 2B, HR, 11 RBI, 6 BB, 29 SO
SEASON HIGHS
Hits................................... 2, 5x, (Last, 6/26 vs. MTG)
Runs................................ 1, 15x (Last, 6/26 vs. MTG)
RBI.....................................................3 (4/28 vs. TNS)
HR......................... 1 (4/28 vs. TNS and 5/17 at CHA)
Stolen Bases........................ 1, 4x (Last, 7/10 at JAX)

.143, 1 HR, 2 RBI, 0 SB

RESIDES: YORBA LINDA, CA

AGE: 26

.227, 3 HR, 32 RBI, 1 SB

RESIDES: MIRANDA, VENEZUELA

AGE: 21

.309, 4 HR, 47 RBI, 3 SB

RESIDES: MANHATTAN BEACH, CA

AGE: 25

Selected by Milwaukee in 25th Round of the 2011 draft (Oregon State)


2016: Transferred to Rk Helena on 5/29... Transferred to Biloxi on 6/15.
2015: Went 1-for-3 w/ 2 RBI on 5/8 vs MIS... Stole first base of season on 5/10 vs MIS... Had RBIs in 3
straight games from 5/13-5/18 and had 9 RBIs on his first 8 hits of the season... 8-game hit streak from 5/8-6/1...
Hit first HR on 8/25 vs. MOB then another on 8/29 at MIS (2 of 3 games)
In 2014, hit .277 with 2 HR and 17 RBIs in 51 games with Brevard County... Hit .364 (16-for-44) against left-handed pitchers
In 2013, .257/7/35 with Wisconsin in 95 games Reached safely in 42 consecutive games from 7/7-8/29, including a 19-game hitting
streak from 7/8-8/4 (.357/4/12).
Attended Cypress College, where he earned First Team All-Orange Empire Conference honors as a freshman and sophomore... Transferred to Oregon State University for his junior and senior seasons... Played for the Battle Creek Bombers of the Northwoods League in
the summer of 2010... Around the time he was drafted, has said he wanted to pursue a career in firefighting after his baseball days.

Acquired from Detroit in exchange for RHP Francisco Rodriguez on 11/18/15.


2016: Reached base safely in 14 consecutive games from 4/9-28... Had a 5-game hitting streak from 4/9-13, hitting .368 (7-for19)... Had a 7-game hitting streak from 4/18-28, batting .400 (10-for-25) with 5 RBI.
2015: Maintained a 14-game hitting streak from 5/5-19, where he hit .339 (20-for-59) with 10 RBI... Hit .282 (69-for-245) with 2
home runs and 17 RBI after the All-Star break.
Selected to the midseason Midwest League All-Star team... Ranked third in the Midwest League with 150 hits... Named the
Tigers Minor League Gold Glove winner at second base.
Selected as the Rookie GCL Tigers Player of the Year... Named to the Gulf Coast League postseason All-Star squad Placed
second in the league with a .333 batting average and tied for fourth with 59 hits.
Originally signed by the Detroit Tigers as a non-drafted free agent on 8/18/11... Signed by Tigers scouts Oscar Garcia and
Pedro Chavez.

Selected by Milwaukee in the sixth round of the 2013 First-Year Player Draft (Auburn)
2016: Recorded a 6-game hitting streak from 4/7-4/13, batting .389 (7-for-18) with 7 RBI... Team-high, 12-game hitting streak from
6/19-7/4 (18x47, 8r, 5 2B, 2hr, 10rbi, 6bb, 8so)... Team-record, 25-game on-base streak from 6/5-7/4.
2015: Led all Brewers minor leaguers with a .310 (140-for-451) batting average in 128 games between Class-A Brevard County
and Double-A Biloxi... Was among the FSL leaders in several categories including slugging percentage (1st, .436), doubles (T2nd,
32), extra-base hits (5th, 42) and batting average (6th, .294)... Owned a 13-game (5/22-6/4; .386, 17-for-44) and 12-game (7/13-27;
.476, 20-for-42) hitting streak with the Manatees... Earned FSL Player of the Week honors for 7/13-7/19 (6g, .478 11-for-23, 2hr,
7rbi, 2 2b, 4r)... Transferred to Biloxi on 8/28 and hit safely in each of his rst 6 games, including going 5-for-5 with a double, a triple
and 2 RBI on 9/1 at Mississippi.
2013: Batted .283 with 6 HR and 30 RBI in 48 games between Rookie Helena and Class-A Wisconsin... Belted two solo home runs in his rst professional
game on 6/20 at Missoula, including a homer in his rst plate appearance.
Played his rst two collegiate seasons at El Camino Community College in Torrance, California, where he was a two-time All-South Coast Conference selection
(2010-11)... Transferred to Auburn University for his junior and senior seasons... Was a Second Team All-SEC selection as a senior in 2013... Is the youngest of
seven children.

.252, 1 HR, 2 RBI, 6 SB


RESIDES: COMPTON, CA
AGE: 26
Selected by Milwaukee in the 22nd round of the 2013 First-Year Player Draft (West Los Angeles College)
2016: Hit his first career home run in a pinch-hit at-bat during the ninth inning on July 10th
at Pensacola...his 1st career homer came in his 234th career game and 987th plate appearance......Transferred to Double-A Biloxi from High-A brevard County on 6/10... Hit .295 with
16 stolen bases in 58 games with the Manatees... Recorded a 10-game hitting streak from
May 16-25 (14-for-34, 6 R)
2015: Was placed on the 60-day DL on 6/20 with a torn right ACL.. Had surgery performed
on 5/5 - 4/19-6/1 on disabled list.
2013: Ranked tied for fourth in the Arizona League in stolen bases (17).
Played his rst season of baseball at West Los Angeles College in 2013 at age 23 (did not
play baseball in high school)... Led the Western State Conference in stolen bases (22)...
.180, 2 HR, 16 RBI, 4 SB

RESIDES: LUFKIN, TX

AGE: 23

Drafted by Milwaukee in the 18th Round of the 2011 draft (Lufkin HS, Texas).
2016: His 3rd-inning HR on 4/29 (1st HR of 16) was his first since 7/13/15 while with A+ Brevard Co. at Charlotte, snapping
a 43-game homerless stretch.
2015: Was named a Florida State League mideason and postseason All-Star.....led the league in games (137) as well as
at-bats (547) and ranked second in hits (150).....owned an 11-game hitting streak from 5/4-5/16 (.489, 22-for-45, 6rbi) and a
19-game on-base streak from 5/4-5/23 where he reached base at a .423 rate.
2014: Placed on the DL on 5/22 with a left ankle sprain... Reinstated on 6/28... Had a 10-game hitting streak from 5/3-13
(19-41, .463, 3hr, 12rbi) and a 13-game hitting streak from 7/16-7/29 (20-52, .385, 4rbi, 8sb)... Was named Midwest League
Player of the Week for 5/5-5/11... Was on the disabled list from 5/22-6/27 with a sprained left ankle.
2012: Led the Pioneer League in at-bats (282) and tied for the league lead in games played (72)... Reached base safely in
28 straight games from 6/18-7/17... Led the Rookie Arizona Brewers in home runs (6), RBI (42) and runs (48).
Committed to Rice University before signing with the Brewers... Played on the Under Armour All-American Showcase Team

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GABRIEL NORIEGA | INF | #5

SUMMARY
Last Game......................................... 1x4, R, HR, RBI
Current Series................................... 1x4, R, HR, RBI
Previous Series............................... 3x16, R, RBI, SO
Streak/Long............................................. 1G (1x4)/5G
vs. LHP................... (.360) 9x25, 2B, HR, 3 RBI, 2 SO
vs. RHP... (.200) 15x75, 3 2B, HR, 2 RBI, 2 BB, 9 SO
SEASON HIGHS
Hits...........................3 (6/15 vs. BIR and 7/4 vs. JAX)
Runs................................................... 2 (6/15 vs. BIR)
RBI...................................................... 3 (6/11 vs. BIR)
HR...........................1 (6/11 vs. BIR and 7/15 vs. BIR)
Stolen Bases.............................................................0

JACOB NOTTINGHAM | C | #27

SUMMARY
Last Game...........................................0x3, R, BB, SO
Current Series..................................0x7, R, BB, 5 SO
Previous Series............. 5x14, 2 R, 2B, BB, 5 SO, CS
Streak/Long............................................ -2G (0x7)/8G
vs. LHP... (.262) 17x65, 2 2B, 4 HR, 6 RBI, 8 BB, 20 SO
vs. RHP..(.240) 53x221, 7 2B, 3 HR, 20 RBI, 15 BB, 66 SO
SEASON HIGHS
Hits...............................3 (6/5 at MTG and 7/1 at BIR)
Runs...................................... 2, 3x (Last, 6/7 at MTG)
RBI........................................................3 (6/5 at MTG)
HR..................................................1, 7x (6/5 at MTG)
Stolen Bases........................... 1, 5x (Last, 7/1 at BIR)

ANGEL ORTEGA | INF | #21

BRETT PHILLIPS | OF | #8

SUMMARY
Last Game......................................................0x4, SO
Current Series................................... 2x9, R, RBI, SO
Previous Series................. 4x20, R, HR, RBI, SO, SB
Streak/Long............................................-1G (0x4)/3G
vs. LHP....................................(.238) 5x21, RBI, 4 SO
vs. RHP......... (.254) 17x67, 2B, HR, 3 RBI, BB, 8 SO
SEASON HIGHS
Hits.........................................................3 (7/2 at BIR)
Runs.....................................................2 (6/30 at BIR)
RBI........................................1, 4x (Last, 7/14 at PNS)
HR...................................................... 1 (7/11 at PNS)
Stolen Bases............ 1 (6/30 at BIR and 7/11 at PNS)

SUMMARY
Last Game..................................... 0x1, 3 BB, SO, SB
Current Series............................... 0x2, 5 BB, SO, SB
Previous Series..................... 2x20, R, 2B, BB, 10 SO
Streak/Long.......................................... -5G (0x13)/7G
vs. LHP.(.219) 16x73, 2 2B, HR, 8 RBI, 13 BB, 28 SO
vs. RHP..(.240) 52x217, 12 2B, 5 3B, 10 HR, 37 RBI,
27 BB, 80 SO
SEASON HIGHS
Hits.................................... 3, 3x (Last, 5/28 vs. MOB)
Runs..................................................... 3 (5/7 at PNS)
RBI........................................................ 6 (5/7 at PNS)
HR........................................................ 3 (5/7 at PNS)
Stolen Bases.................................... 2 (6/24 vs. MTG)

NICK RAMIREZ | INF | #24

SUMMARY
Last Game.........................................0x4, 2 SO (7/14)
Current Series.............................................0x4, 2 SO
Previous Series........... 3x15, R, HR, RBI, 2 BB, 5 SO
Streak/Long.......................................... -4G (0x12)/6G
vs. LHP.......(.111) 4x36, 2B, 2 HR, 6 RBI, 4 BB, 9 SO
vs. RHP.(.213) 37x174, 7 2B, 3B, 8 HR, 24 RBI, 25 BB, 50 SO
SEASON HIGHS
Hits....................................................3 (4/29 vs. TNS)
Runs...................................... 2, 5x (Last, 6/30 at BIR)
RBI........................................................4 (6/30 at BIR)
HR.................................................... 2 (6/24 vs. MTG)
Stolen Bases.............................................................0

.240, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 0 SB


RESIDES: MATURIN, VENEZUELA
AGE: 25
Signed to a minor league contract on 6/10/16.
2016: Homered and drove in 3 runs in his Biloxi debut on 6/10.
2015: Declared a Minor League Free Agent (11/6/15).
2014: Declared a Minor League free agent (11/3/14)signed with Royals as a Minor League free agent
(12/8/14).
2007: Signed with Mariners as Non-Drafted free agent (7/2/07).

.245, 7 HR, 26 RBI, 5 SB

RESIDES: REDLANDS, CA

AGE: 21

.250, 1 HR, 4 RBI, 2 SB

RESIDES: GUAYNABO, PUERTO RICO

AGE: 22

.234, 11 HR, 45 RBI, 6 SB

RESIDES: SEMINOLE, FL

AGE: 22

Acquired from Oakland, along with RHP Bubba Derby, in exchange for OF Kris Davis on 2/12/16.
2016: Responsible for two Shuckers walk-offs: 4/12- HR in the bottom of the 13th against Mobile BayBears; 4/30, 1B against
Tennessee Smokies in the bottom of the 9th to score Kyle Wren... Team-high, eight-game hitting streak from 5/31-6/9, going
12x23 (.522) with 7 RBI, and 7 runs... Team-high, 18-game on-base streak from 5/17-6/9.
2015: Acquired by Oakland from Houston, along with RHP Daniel Mengden, in exchange for LHP Scott Kazmir on 7/23... Was
named to the Midwest Leagues midseason and postseason All-Star teams... Batted a combined .316 with 17 HR and 82 RBI in
119 games last season between Class-A Quad Cities (Houston), Class-A Lancaster (Houston) and Class-A Stockton (Oakland).
2013: Selected by Houston in the sixth round of the First-Year Player Draft.
Committed to play baseball at the University of Oklahoma prior to being drafted by the Astros... Was offered a scholarship
to play baseball and football at the University of Arizona... Graduated from Redlands (CA) High School, where he also played
football... Is a supporter of the ALS Foundation for Life... Enjoys shopping, golf, and spending time with his friends and family.

Drafted by Milwaukee in the 6th round of the 2012 draft (Colegio Hector Urdaneta HS,
PR).
2016: Hit his first AA homer on Monday and has 8 multi-hit games out of his first 21 played
for the Shuckers Season-high eight-game hitting streak from 5/5-13 (12x33, HR, 5 RBI, 4 R)
while with BRV...transferred to Biloxi from A+ Brevard on 6/23, 67 G, .275/1/22 - 8 SB with
BRV.
Participated in the Puerto Rico Baseball Academy... Committed to Alabama State before
signing with the Brewers in 2012.

Acquired from Houston, along with LHP Josh Hader, RHP Adrian Houser and OF Domingo Santana, in exchange for OF Carlos Gomez and RHP Mike Fiers on
7/30/15.
2016: Enters the season as the fourth-best prospect in the Brewers organization according to Baseball America... Became the first Shucker to hit 3 HR in a game on 5/7 at
Pensacola... Earned Southern League Player of the Week honors for 5/3-8 by batting .304 (7-for-23) with 4 HR, 8 RBI and 7 R... Placed on the 7-day disabled list on 5/18
with a hamstring injury (missed 10 games)... First Biloxi player to reach 10 HR with a 3R shot on 6/24 vs. MTG.
2015: Entered the 2015 season as the sixth-best prospect in the Astros organization according to Baseball America and batted a combined .320 with 16 HR, 71 RBI and
15 stolen bases in 97 games between Class-A Lancaster and Double-A Corpus Christi before he was traded to Milwaukee... Was selected to both the California Leagues
midseason and postseason All-Star teams... Played for the Surprise Saguaros in the Arizona Fall League following the 2015 season, batting .346 (9-for-26) with 3 RBI in 7
games... Played for Team USA in the 2015 World Baseball Softball Confederation Premier 12 Tournament in Taiwan and Japan during the offseason.
2014: Named Houston Astros Minor League Player of the Year after batting a combined .310 with 17 HR, 68 RBI and 23 stolen bases in 130 games between Class-A Quad
Cities and Class-A Lancaster... Was selected to both the Midwest Leagues midseason and postseason All-Star teams.
2012: Selected by Houston in the sixth round of the First-Year Player Draft.
Graduated from Seminole (FL) High School, where he also played football (running back/wide receiver and linebacker)... Signed a letter of intent to play baseball at NC
State University prior to signing with Houston... Given the middle name Maverick after the television character from the show by the same name, played by actor James
Garner (1957-62)... Bretts father, Brett James Phillips, was called Maverick as a child by his father (Bretts grandfather) and friends.

.195, 10 HR, 30 RBI, 0 SB

RESIDES: ANAHEIM, CA

AGE: 26

Drafted by Milwaukee in the 4th Round of the 2011 draft (Cal State Fullerton).
2016: Hit Shuckers first grand slam of the seaon on 6/30 at Birmingham.
2015: Was a Southern League midseason All-Star... Selected to participate in the Southern League All-Star Derby... Ranked third in the Southern League in games played (131) and owned the fourth best HR/AB
ratio with a homer per every 30.86 AB... Led Double-A Biloxi in home runs (14) as well as walks (64) and was second on the team in RBI (63)... Hit .304 (31-for-102) with 20 R, 4 HR and 18 RBI in 28 games in May.
2014: Was a Southern League midseason and postseason All-Star... Led the Southern League in RBI (82) and ranked among the leaders in home runs (T3rd, 19)... Also led the league in strikeouts (152)... Was
named Southern League Player of the Week for 4/28-5/4... Following the season, played for the Glendale Desert Dogs in the Arizona Fall League (19g, .214, 3hr, 8rbi).
2013: Was a Florida State League All-Star... Won the Florida State League Home Run Derby... Tied Class-A Brevard Countys single-season home run record with 19 HR (tied Hunter Morris, 2011)... Ranked
among the Florida State League leaders in HR (T2nd, 19), hits (T3rd, 129), RBI (4th, 81) and extra-base hits (5th, 49)... Led the league in strikeouts (171)... Was named Florida State League Player of the Week for
7/8-7/14... Had a 14-game hitting streak from 7/28-8/11.
2012: Fractured the hamate bone in his right hand during Spring Training on 3/22 and missed the rst part of the season... Surgery was performed by Dr. Donald Sheridan... Led Class-A Wisconsin in HR (16) and
RBI (70) despite not making his season debut until 5/10.
2011: Batted .271 with 11 HR and 53 RBI in 39 games between Rookie Helena (23g) and Class-A Wisconsin (36g)... Homered in 5 consecutive games with Helena from 7/16-7/21 (6 total HR during that span)...
Had 5 RBI in back-to-back games on 7/18 & 7/19 at Casper... Twice earned Pioneer League Player of the Week honors, 7/11-7/17 and 7/18-7/24... Batted .467 (14-for-30) with runners in scoring position with Helena.
Was named the 2011 Big West Conference Player of the Year... Also was CSFs closer, going 16-for-16 in saves in 2011, which marked the second-best single-season save mark in school history (Scott Wright, 22
saves in 1984)... Was selected to play with USA Baseballs Collegiate National Team in the summer of 2010... Won a silver medal at the FISU World University Baseball Championship in Tokyo, Japan... Earned First
Team All-Big West Conference honors as a rst baseman in 2010 and as a utility player in 2009... Earned Freshman All-American honors from Collegiate Baseball and Baseball America (second team)... Was named
a High School All-American at Katella (CA) High School in 2008... His father, Randy, pitched for two seasons at Long Beach State (1981-82) and played four seasons in the minor leagues with the Seattle Mariners
organization (1982-85).

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TYRONE TAYLOR | OF | #15

SUMMARY
Last Game...................................................... 0x3, BB
Current Series.....................................1x7, R, BB, SO
Previous Series......................... 6x20, 2 2B, 3B, 2 SO
Streak/Long............................................ -1G (0x3)/8G
vs. LHP..(.182) 14x77, 2 2B, 3 HR, 8 RBI, 7 BB, 15 SO
vs. RHP.....(.264) 60x227, 9 2B, 3B, 3 HR, 14 RBI, 16 BB,
39 SO
SEASON HIGHS
Hits.......................................3, 5x (Last, 7/13 at PNS)
Runs...................................... 3, 3x (Last, 6/30 at BIR)
RBI.................................................... 3 (6/24 vs. MTG)
HR.........................................1, 6x (Last, 7/6 vs. JAX)
Stolen Bases..................................... 2 (4/16 at MOB)

.243, 6 HR, 22 RBI, 7 SB

RESIDES: TORRANCE, CA

AGE: 22

Drafted by Milwaukee in the 2nd draft (Torrance HS, CA)


2016: Enters the season as the seventh-best prospect in the Brewers organization according to Baseball America... 8-game hitting streak from 6/30-7/7 (14x35,
8r, 2B, 3hr, 7rbi, bb, 5so).
2015: Was named Southern League Player of the Week for 6/8-15 (8g, .367, 11-for-30, 4 2b, 2hr, 8rbi)... Entered the season as the top prospect in the Brewers
organization according to Baseball America... Also rated by the same publication as the best athlete in the organization.
2014: Entered the season as the second-best prospect in the Brewers organization according to Baseball America... Led the Florida State League in doubles
(36) and nished second in hits (141)... Became the rst player in Brevard County Manatees history to hit for the cycle, a feat he accomplished on 4/29 at
Clearwater as he went 5-for-5 with 5 runs and 3 RBI (single in 1st inning, triple in 3rd, double in 4th, solo homer in 5th; also singled in 9th)... Was named Brewers
Co-Minor League Player of the Month for July (26g, .340, 1hr, 13rbi, 8sb)... Struck out just once for every 9.64 plate appearances, which represented the secondbest ratio in the FSL... Played for the Glendale Desert Dogs in the Arizona Fall League following the season (21g, .271, 7rbi).
2013: Was named Midwest League Player of the Week for 6/3-6/9... Was named Brewers Minor League Player of the Month for June (25g, .438, 3hr, 13rbi,
20r)... Had a 16-game hitting streak from 6/13-7/2 (.429, 2hr, 7rbi, 11r).
2012: Batted .387 with 2 HR and 11 RBI in 18 games between the Rookie Arizona Brewers and Rookie Helena.....had his season cut short due to a wrist injury.
Committed to Cal State Fullerton before signing with the Brewers... Was an All-California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) selection as a sophomore, junior and
senior... Also was a standout football player as a running back and safety in high school... Rushed for 1,521 yards and 20 touchdowns along with 11 receiving

Yearly Batting Leaders


YEAR Average
Games At-Bats Runs Single-Season Individual Records
2015
Orlando Arcia- .307
Nick Ramirez- 129
Orlando Arcia- 512
Orlando Arcia- 74 INDIVIDUAL BATTING
YEAR
2015

Hits
Orlando Arcia- 157

.307
131
512
74
157
37
7
14
69
64
115
25
9
.453
.378

PLAYER
Orlando Arcia
Nick Ramirez
Orlando Arcia
Orlando Arcia
Orlando Arcia
Orlando Arcia
Orlando Arcia
Nick Ramirez
Orlando Arcia
Nick Ramirez
Nick Ramirez
Orlando Arcia, Michael Reed
Kyle Wren
Orlando Arcia
Nathan Orf

Wins
Losses
Shutouts ERA
Tyler Wagner- 1# Games
Games Started
Complete Games
Shutouts
Saves
Innings Pitched
Hits Allowed
Runs Allowed
ER Allowed
Home Runs Allowed
Hit Batters
Walks
Strikeouts
Wild Pitches

12*
8
2.25*
42
25
2
1*
20
152.1
130
56
52
10
7
77
137
13

PLAYER
Jorge Lopez
Brooks Hall, Hobbs Johnson
Tyler Wagner
Damien Magnifico
Hobbs Johnson, Tyler Wagner
Tyler Wagner
Tyler Wagner
Damien Magnifico
Tyler Wagner
Tyler Wagner
Brooks Hall, Hobbs Johnson
Brooks Hall
Brooks Hall
Hobbs Johnson
Hobbs Johnson
Jorge Lopez
Jorge Lopez

Triples
Orlando Arcia- 7

Home Runs
Nick Ramirez- 14

YEAR
Runs Batted In
Walks
Strikeouts
2015
Orlando Arcia- 69
Nick Ramirez- 64
Nick Ramirez- 115

Stolen Bases
Orlando Arcia- 25
Michael Reed- 25

YEAR
Wins
2015
Jorge Lopez- 12*

Doubles
Orlando Arcia- 37

Average
Games
At-Bats
Runs
Hits
Doubles
Triples
Home Runs
RBI
Walks
Strikeouts
Stolen Bases
Caught Stealing
Slugging Percentage
On-Base Percentage

Losses
Brooks Hall- 8
Hobbs Johnson- 8

YEAR
Saves
Innings-Pitched
2015
Damien Magnifico- 20
Tyler Wagner- 152.1

Yearly Pitching Leaders

YEAR
Walks
Strikeouts
2015
Hobbs Johnson- 77
Jorge Lopez- 137

ERA (min. 115 IP)


Tyler Wagner- 2.25*
Runs
Brooks Hall- 56
Hobbs Johnson- 56
Complete Games
Tyler Wagner- 2

* Led Southern League


# Tied For Southern League Lead

2016 BILOXI SHUCKERS

Games
Damien Magnifico- 42

Earned Runs
Brooks Hall- 52 INDIVIDUAL PITCHING

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HITTING BREAKDOWN
INNING-BY-INNING RUNS SCORED

10

11+

Total

AVG/GM

Shuckers

43

39

35

34

31

23

41

43

27

321

3.5

Opponents

67

30

46

30

41

49

38

43

13

364

4.0

HITS AND HOMERS


Player

Total
22 - Bereberet
1
9 - Betancourt
10
30 - Cooper
23
17 - Davis
6
4 - O. Garcia
1
10 - R. Garcia
4
33 - Macias
6
3 - McFarland
4
5 - Noriega
6
27 - Nottingham 16
4 - Orf
8
21 - A. Ortega
8
8 - Phillips
16
24 - Ramirez
9
28 - Roache
8
7 - Shaw
8
15 - Taylor
20

Multi-Hit Games
2H 3H 4H
1
7
3
21
1
1
5
1
1
3
1
6
4
5
1
14
2
8
7
1
13
3
8
1
6
2
7
1
15
5

Multi-RBI Games
5+ Total 2RBI 3RBI 4RBI
1
1
5
5
11
8
3
0
0
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
5
5
0
0
11
6
4
8
5
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
3
2
1

5+

Solo
22 - Berberet
9 - Betancourt
17 - Davis
30 - Cooper
10 - Garcia
33 - Macias
3 - McFarland
5 - Noriega
27 - Nottingham
4 - Orf
21 - A. Ortega
8 - Phillips
24 - Ramirez
28 - Roache
45 - Santana
7 - Shaw
15 - Taylor

1
1
3
1
1
2
3

2-Run

3-Run

Grand
Slam

1
2

Total
1
3

4
0
2
2
2
7
0
1
11
10
4
1
0
6

1
1
4

1
3
4
3
1

6
2
1

2
3

Hitting Streaks (5G or more)


Hitting Streaks (5G or more)
On-Base Streaks (10G or more)
Streak-Player
Start
End Streak-Player
Start
End Streak-Player
Start
End

12 - Garrett Cooper
8 - Jacob Nottingham
8 - Garrett Cooper
8 - Tyrone Taylor
8- Javier Betancourt
7 - Javier Betancourt
7 - Jacob Nottingham
7 - Jacob Nottingham
7 - Brett Phillips
6 - Garrett Cooper
6 - Nick Ramirez
6 - Garrett Cooper

6/19 7/5 (JAX)


5/31 6/10 (BIR)
6/10 6/19 (JAX)
6/30 7/8 (JAX)
7/8
4/18 4/29 (TNS)
4/25 5/6 (PNS)
5/7 5/16 (CHA)
5/17 6/5 (MTG)
4/7 4/16 (MOB)
4/25 5/5 (PNS)
5/26 6/3 (MIS)

6 - Johnny Davis
6 - Brett Phillips
6 - Jacob Nottingham
5 - Javier Betancourt
5 - Brett Phillips
5 - Nick Shaw
5 - Jacob Nottingham
5 - Kyle Wren
5 - Gabriel Noriega

SHY-CLE
PLAYER
1. Tyrone Taylor

OPPONENT
Pensacola

6/12 6/19 (JAX)


6/17 6/26 (MTG)
6/24 7/2 (BIR)
4/9 4/16 (MOB)
4/12 4/18 (PNS)
5/11 5/18 (CHA)
5/17 5/28 (MOB)
5/26 6/1 (MIS)
7/2 7/7 (JAX)

6/5
5/17
4/9
6/30

7/5 (JAX)
6/10 (BIR)
4/29 (TNS)
7/11 (PNS)

NO-NOS THROUGH 3+

DATE
7/12

MISSING
Home Run

PLAYER
1. Javi Salas
2. Adrian Houser
3. Josh Hader
4. Javi Salas
5. Drew Gagnon
6. Taylor Jungmann

EJECTIONS

OPPONENT
Chattanooga
at Mobile
Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola
Birmingham

DATE
TOT LENGTH
4/8 5.0 (Stuart Turner, 2B)
4/16
5.0
4/18
4.0
4/19 3.1 (Alex Blandino, 2B)
4/20 4.1 (Sebastian Elizalde, 1B)
7/15 3.2 (Courtney Hawkins, 1B)

DISABLED LIST


EJECTEE DATE UMPIRE
REASON
Mike Guerrero
5/6
Adam Beck Arguing foul ball (9th, PNS)
Garrett Cooper
5/23
Travis Godec Arguing check swing (12th, TNS)

2016 BILOXI SHUCKERS

25 - Garrett Cooper
18 - Jacob Nottingham
14 - Javier Betancourt
11 - Tyrone Taylor

Player
Martin Viramontes
Daniel Tillman
Hobbs Johnson
Javi Salas
Brett Phillips
Hobbs Johnson
Brandon Macias
Victor Roache
Hobbs Johnson
Daniel Tillman
Javi Salas

Injury
7-Day DL
7-Day DL (Oblique)
7-Day DL
7-Day DL
7-Day DL (Hamstring)
7-Day DL
7-Day DL
7-Day DL
7-Day DL
7-Day DL
7-Day DL

Games Missed
6
28
6
7
10
7
14
33
7
22
20

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Dates
4/13-4/18
4/19-5/18
4/21-26
5/17-25
5/18-27
5/19-25
5/29-6/13
6/10-7/15
6/14-23
6/24-7/15
6/26-7/15

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REGULAR SEASON SUMMARY


Team Miscellaneous
Longest Winning Streak..................................................................4 (4/18-21)
Longest Home Winning Streak........................................................5 (4/18-28)
Longest Road Winning Streak.........................................3, 2x (Last, 5/26-6/6)
Longest Losing Streak.......................................................................6 (7/5-10)
Longest Home Losing Streak................................................ 4 (7/5-9 vs. JAX)
Longest Road Losing Streak..........................................................4 (5/8-5/16)
Highest Attendance, Home.. 6,098 (4/20 vs. PNS [Largest home crowd ever])
Highest Attendance, Road..................................................8,357 (6/30 at BIR)
Lowest Attendance, Home.............................................. 1,208 (4/12 vs. MOB)
Lowest Attendance, Road.................................................1,002 (5/26 at MOB)
Longest Game, Time (9 innings)...................................... 3:14 (6/24 vs. MTG)
Longest Game, Time............................4:18 (6/1 vs. MIS - 14 Innings - L, 6-2)
Shortest Game, Time........................................ 1:40 (6/19 at JAX - 7 Innings)
Shortest Game, Time (9 innings)........................................ 2:07 (5/15 at CHA)
Longest Game, Innings................................14, 2x (Last 6/8 at MTG - W, 3-2)
Largest Winning Margin.................................................... 8 (5/9 vs. JAX - 9-1)
Largest Losing Margin.................................................. 15 (6/9 at MTG - 17-2)
Best Homestand (By Pct)............................................800, 3x (Last - 6/10-14)
Worst Homestand (By Pct)...........200 (6/23-6/27 vs. MTG and 7/4-4 vs. JAX)
Best Road Trip (By Pct)....................................................1.000 (4/16 at MOB)
Worst Road Trip (By Pct)................................................... .200 (5/4-8 at PNS)
Most Runners Left On Base.................................................... 15 (5/8 at PNS)
Most Runners Left On Base (9 innings).................................. 15 (5/8 at PNS)
Most Errors, Game.......................................4 (4/10 vs. CHA and 7/5 vs. JAX)
Most Players Used, Game..................................... 20 (6/1 vs. MIS - L, 6-2/14)
Team Batting
Most Runs, Game.....................................................11 (6/30 at BIR - W, 11-6)
Most Runs, Game (Both teams)............ 19, 3x (Last - 6/23 vs. MTG - L, 10-9)
Most Runs, Inning............................................. 6 (1st, 6/24 vs. MTG - L, 10-9)
Fewest Runs................................................ 0, 6x (Last - 7/12 at PNS - L, 9-0)
Fewest Runs, Game (Both teams)............. 1, 3x (Last - 7/13 at PNS - W, 1-0)
Most Hits, Game........................................................ 16 (5/9 vs. JAX - W, 9-1)
Most Hits, Inning............................................................. 6 (1st, 6/24 vs. MTG)
Most Hits, Game (Both teams).............................. 31 (6/1 vs. MIS - L, 6-2/14)
Fewest Hits, Game..................................... 2, 3x (Last, 6/23 vs. MTG - L, 3-2)
Most Doubles, Game................................................ 7 (4/10 vs. CHA - W, 8-5)
Most Triples, Game..................................................... 2 (5/9 vs. JAX - W, 9-1)
Most Home Runs, Game......................... 4, 2x (Last - 6/24 vs. MTG - L, 10-9)
Most Home Runs, Inning..........2, 3x (Last - 5th, Tyrone Taylor/Garrett Cooper - 7/4 vs.
JAX - W, 5-1)
Most Extra Base Hits, Game..................... 7, 3x (Last - 5/13 vs. JAX - W, 6-5)
Most Walks, Game........................................................ 9 (5/8 at PNS - L, 5-0)
Most Strikeouts, Game......................................... 17 (6/8 at MTG - W, 3-2/14)
Most Strikeouts, Game (9 innings).............................. 15 (7/3 at BIR - W, 4-1)
Fewest Strikeouts, Game.............................................2 (6/15 at JAX - L, 8-4)
Most Stolen Bases, Game......................................... 4 (5/21 at TNS - L, 10-9)
Individual Batting
Most At-Bats, Game....7, 2x (Brett Phillips and Nathan Orf 6/1 vs. MIS - L, 6-2/14)
Most At-Bats (9 inn)............................6, Johnny Davis (6/30 at BIR - W, 11-6)
Most Runs, Game........ 4 tied at 3 (Last - Tyrone Taylor 6/30 at BIR - W, 11-6)
Most Hits, Game...............4, 3x (Last, Garrett Cooper 6/1 vs. MIS - L, 6-2/14)
Most Doubles, Game.......7 tied at 2, (Last - Brett Phillips 6/30 at BIR - W, 11-6)
Most Triples, Game.....12 tied at 1 (Last - Tyrone Taylor 7/12 at PNS - L, 9-0)
Most HR, Game......................................3 (Brett Phillips, 5/7 at PNS - W, 9-3)
Most Total Bases, Game.............................. 12 (Brett Phillips, 5/7 at PNS - W, 9-3)
Most RBI.................................................6 (Brett Phillips, 5/7 at PNS - W, 9-3)
Most Walks............................3, 3x (Last - Brett Phillips 7/15 vs. BIR - W, 4-3)
Most Strikeouts.............. 5 tied at 4 (Last - Brett Phillips 7/13 at PNS - W, 1-0)
Most SB............................................... 3, Omar Garcia (5/22 at TNS - W, 5-0)
Most Cons games, HR.....2 tied at 2 (Last - Jacob Nottingham 6/3-5 at MTG)
Longest Hit Streak....................................12 (Last - Garrett Cooper, 6/19-7/4)
Most consecutive at-bats w/ hit...................... 5 (Nick Shaw 5/12-13 vs. JAX)

2016 BILOXI SHUCKERS

Team Pitching
Fewest Runs Allowed, Game...................... 0, 7x (Last, 7/13 at PNS - W, 1-0)
Most Runs Allowed, Game....................................... 17 (6/9 at MTG - L, 17-2)
Most Runs Allowed, Inning........ 8 (Jed Bradley/Hobbs Johnson, 8th, 4/29 vs.
TNS - L, 8-3)
Fewest Hits Allowed, Game....................... 2, 2x (Last - 5/31 vs. MIS - W, 7-1)
Most Hits Allowed, Game......................................... 20 (6/9 at MTG - L, 17-2)
Most HR Allowed, Game............................................ 4 (5/10 vs. JAX - L, 8-1)
Most HR Allowed, Inning.............................2, 2x (Last - 6/9 at MTG - L, 17-2)
Fewest Walks Allowed, Game.................. 0, 6x (Last - 7/1 at BIR - W, 3-1/13)
Most Walks Allowed, Game (9 innings).................10 (6/24 vs. MTG - L, 10-9)
Most Walks Allowed, Game ..................................10 (6/24 vs. MTG - L, 10-9)
Most Strikeouts Game (9 innings)............................. 18 (7/10 at PNS - L, 4-3)
Most Strikeouts, Game..............................18 (9 innings, 7/10 at PNS - L, 4-3)
Fewest Strikeouts, Game............................ 3, 5x (Last, 6/26 vs. MTG, L, 5-3)
Most Cons. Scoreless IP............................................ 16.1 (7/1-2 against BIR)
Most Wild Pitches, Game.......................................... 4 (5/21 at TNS - L, 10-9)
Individual Pitching
Longest Win Streak (Starter)............. 5 tied at 2, (Last - Brooks Hall 5/17-7/7)
Longest Win Streak (Reliever)...............................7, Steve Peterson (4/10-6/14)
Longest Losing Streak...........................................6, Jorge Ortega (4/17-6/13)
Most Inn. Pitched (Start).............................8.0, Wei-Chung Wang (7/1 at BIR)
Shortest Outing (Start)..... 2 tied at 0.1 (Last - Brandon Woodruff 6/15 at JAX)
Most IP (Reliever)...........................................4.0, Brooks Hall (6/24 vs. MTG)
Most ER (Reliever)............................................6 (Hobbs Johson 6/9 at MTG)
Most Hits Allowed (Starter)...... 3 tied at 10 (Last - Jorge Ortega 6/13 vs. BIR)
Fewest Hits, CG (9 inn)..................................................................................-Fewest Hits, CG.............................................................................................-Fewest Walks, CG..........................................................................................-Most Walks: Game............... 2 tied at 6 (Last - Taylor Jungmann 7/5 vs. JAX)
Most Ks, Game (Starter)..............................12, Taylor Jungmann (7/10 at PNS)
Most Ks, Game (Relief).5, Drew Gagnon (4/7 vs. CHA)/Daniel Tillman (4/16
at MOB)
Most HR Allowed (Game)................................ 3, Jorge Ortega (5/10 vs. JAX)
Most Cons. Scoreless IP (Start)............................19.1, Josh Hader (5/11-28)
Most Cons. Scoreless IP (Relief)......................... 17.2, Daniel Tillman (4/8-6/17)
Most Wild Pitches, Game....................................... 3, Javi Salas (5/7 at PNS)

LAST AT-BAT WINS


Date Batter
Game-Winner
4/10 Betancourt (1B) Cooper
4/12 Nottingham (HR)Nottingham
4/16 Phillips (3B)
Taylor
4/23 Betancourt (3B) Betancourt
4/30 Nottingham (1B) Wren
5/12 Wren (E4)
Macias
5/13 Betancourt (2B) Nottingham
5/22 Taylor (BB)
Nottingham
5/28 Shaw (1B)
Taylor
6/8 McFarland (1B) Roache
6/10 Cooper (1B)
Phillips
6/12 Cooper (HR)
Cooper
7/1 Nottingham (1B) Taylor
7/14 Ortega (1B)
Davis
7/15 Berberet (HR) Berberet

Inning Score
8
6-5
13
2-1
7
1-0
9
2-1
9
2-1
8
8-6
9
6-5
9
5-0
10
2-1
14
3-2
8
2-1
8
6-5
13
3-1
9
3-2
8
4-3

Opp.
CHA
MOB
@MOB
@MIS
TNS
JAX
JAX
@TNS
MOB
@MTG
BIR
BIR
@BIR
BIR
BIR

COMEBACK WINS (AFTER 6TH)


Date Inning Score
Final Opponent
4/10 7 5-2
8-5
CHA
4/23 9 1-0
2-1
@MIS
4/30 1 1-0
2-1
TNS
5/12 6 6-2
8-6
JAX
5/13 9 5-4
6-5
JAX
6/8
6
2-1
3-2 (14)
@MTG
6/12 6 5-4
6-5
BIR
6/14 6 4-3
6-4
BIR
7/1
9
1-0
3-1 (13)
@BIR
7/14 6 1-0
3-2
BIR
7/15 8 3-2
4-3
BIR

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SHUCKERS RECORD WHEN...


As Home Team........................................................................... 27-19
On the Road............................................................................... 21-24
In Day Games................................................................................ 8-6
In Night Games.......................................................................... 40-37
In Extra Innings.............................................................................. 3-4
In Double Headers...................................................................... 2-0-3
Vs. Teams .500 Or Better........................................................... 17-12
Vs. Teams Below .500................................................................ 31-31
Vs. Left-Handed Starter............................................................. 10-13
Vs. Right-Handed Starter........................................................... 37-30
When Starter Gets Decision....................................................... 19-30
When Reliever Gets Decision.................................................... 29-13
When Starter Goes 5+ IP........................................................... 36-30
When Starter Goes <5 IP........................................................... 12-13
When Scoring First.................................................................... 36-14
When Opponent Scores First..................................................... 12-29
When leading After 6 Innings....................................................... 29-3
When trailing After 6 Innings........................................................ 9-33
When tied After 6 Innings............................................................. 10-7
When Leading After 8 Innings...................................................... 33-0
When Trailing After 8 Innings....................................................... 5-34
When Tied After 8 Innings.............................................................. 5-6
In One-Run Games.................................................................... 18-12
In Two-Run Games...................................................................... 12-6
In Walk-Offs................................................................................... 5-3
Series W-L-T............................................................................... 9-8-1
Series Sweeps.................................................................................. 0
When Scoring 0-3 Runs............................................................. 15-35
When Scoring 4-7 Runs............................................................... 27-5
When Scoring 8-10 Runs............................................................... 5-3
When Scoring 11+ Runs................................................................ 1-0
Shutouts......................................................................................... 7-6
When Opponent Scores 4 Runs Or Less................................... 39-16
When Opponent Scores 5 Runs Or More..................................... 9-27

Southern League
Hitter of the Week Award
Brett Phillips (May 3-8)
Pitcher of the Week Award
Milwaukee Brewers
Monthly Awards
Josh Hader (Pitcher of the Month - May: 1-1, 0.96 ERA, 33
SO, 8 BB, 28.0 IP, .189 Opp. Avg., 0.93 WHIP)

2016 BILOXI SHUCKERS

When Collecting 0-3 Hits................................................................ 2-6


When Collecting 4-6 Hits.............................................................. 9-16
When Collecting 7-9 Hits............................................................ 22-15
When Collecting 10-12 Hits...........................................................11-6
When Collecting 13+ Hits............................................................... 4-0
When Out-Hitting Opponent......................................................... 29-8
When Out-Hit by Opponent........................................................ 14-33
When Hits Are Equal...................................................................... 5-1
When Hitting A Home Run.......................................................... 21-17
When Opponent Hits A Home Run............................................... 7-23
When Errorless.......................................................................... 26-16
When Committing One Error.......................................................11-17
When Committing 2+ Errors........................................................... 9-7
When Opponent is Errorless...................................................... 22-19
Game 1 of Series......................................................................... 9-10
Game 2 of Series......................................................................... 7-12
Game 3 of Series......................................................................... 12-6
Game 4 of Series......................................................................... 10-8
Game 5 of Series........................................................................... 9-7
Game 6 of Series........................................................................... 1-0
Rubber Match................................................................................ 1-1
In April.......................................................................................... 16-6
In May........................................................................................ 14-15
In June........................................................................................11-14
In July............................................................................................ 7-8
In August........................................................................................ 0-0
In September................................................................................. 0-0
Monday.......................................................................................... 7-3
Tuesday......................................................................................... 6-7
Wednesday.................................................................................... 5-6
Thursday........................................................................................ 7-8
Friday............................................................................................. 6-7
Saturday........................................................................................ 8-5
Sunday........................................................................................... 9-7
In White Jerseys............................................................................ 9-6
In Blue Jerseys.......................................................................... 29-33
In Gray Jerseys.............................................................................. 7-4
In Special Jerseys.......................................................................... 3-0
Travel Day of Game................................................................... 10-10
All-Star Game Selections
Southern League
RHP Tristan Archer
LHP Josh Hader
LHP Stephen Peterson
C Jacob Nottingham
1B Garrett Cooper
OF Brett Phillips
OF Kyle Wren (will not participate)

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SHUCKERS FIRSTS...
SHUCKERS

First Game...4/9/15 at Pensacola (6:32 first pitch by Robert Stephenson to Kyle


Wren, K)
First Pitch..............................................Brooks Hall, 4/9/15 at Pensacola
First Run......Adam Weisenburger, 4/9/15 at Pensacola (3rd inning,
Robert Stephenson)
First Hit.....Adam Weisenburger, 4/9/15 at Pensacola (3rd inning, Robert Stephenson)
First Double.....Orlando Arcia, 4/9 /15 at Pensacola (3rd inning, Robert Stephenson)
First Triple....Orlando Arcia, 4/11/15 at Pensacola (1st, Timothy Adleman)
First Home Run...Nick Ramirez, 4/11/15 at Pensacola (7th, Carlos Gonzalez)
First Home Run by Pitcher.....Brooks Hall, 4/21/15 G1 vs. JAX in JAX (2nd,
Trevor Williams)
First Grand Slam...Nick Ramirez, 6/19/15 Montgomery (8th, Colton Reavis)
First RBI.....Orlando Arcia, 4/9/15 at Pensacola (3rd inning, Robert Stephenson)
First Walk...Michael Reed, 4/9/15 at Pensacola (2nd inning, Robert Stephenson)
First Strikeout......Kyle Wren , 4/9/15 at Pensacola (1st inning, Robert Stephenson)
First Hit by Pitch......... Nathan Orf, 4/9/15 at Pensacola (7th, Daniel
Corcino)
First Stolen Base.Yadiel Rivera, 4/11/15 at Pensacola (Timothy Adleman/
Kyle Skipworth)
First Caught Stealing.......Michael Reed, 4/9/15 at Pensacola (2nd, Kyle
Skipworth)
First Sacrifice Fly.Nick Shaw, 4/10/15 at Pensacola (3rd, Daniel Wright)
First Sacrifice Bunt....Brooks Hall, 4/9/15 at Pensacola (3rd, Robert Stephenson)
First Error......................... Orlando Arcia, 4/10/15 at Pensacola (1st)
First Cycle..........................................................................................
First 2-Hit Game........................ Orlando Arcia, 4/9/15 at Pensacola
First 3-Hit Game................................Orlando Arcia, 4/9/15 at Pensacola
First 4-Hit Game........................Yadiel Rivera, 5/6/15 vs Mississippi
First 5-Hit Game..................... Garrett Cooper, 9/1/15 vs Mississippi
First Inside-the-Park Home Run........................................................
First 2-Home Run Game................. Nick Ramirez, 5/3/15 vs Mobile
First 3-Home Run Game............. Brett Phillips, 5/7/16 at Pensacola
First 2-RBI Game....................... Orlando Arcia, 4/9/15 at Pensacola
First 3-RBI Game....................... Orlando Arcia, 4/9/15 at Pensacola
First 4-RBI Game................. Nick Ramirez (6), 6/19/15 Montgomery
First Win................................................Brooks Hall, 4/9/15 at Pensacola
First Loss................................... Jorge Lopez, 4/12/15 at Pensacola
First Save.......................................Wirfin Obispo, 4/17/15 at Mobile
First Complete Game.......Tyler Wagner (6 innings), 4/10/15 at Pensacola
First Nine-Inning Complete Game.....................................................
First Shutout Win........................................ 4/9/15 at Pensacola, 4-0
First No-Hitter....................................................................................
First Extra-Inning Game..........................................5/1/15 vs Mobile
First Extra-Inning Win................................... 5/21/15 vs Birmingham
First Walk-Off Win................................................5/21/15 vs Birmingham

2016 BILOXI SHUCKERS

OPPONENTS
Opponent First Run.... Beau Amaral (PNS, 4/10, 1st, Tyler Wagner)
Opponent First Hit..........Seth Mejias-Brean (PNS, 4/9, 2nd, Brooks Hall)
Opponent First Double....Sean Buckley (PNS, 4/10, 4th, Tyler Wagner)
Opponent First Triple.. Socrates Brito (MOB, 4/16, 4th, Brooks Hall)
Opponent First Home Run.....Kyle Skipworth (PNS, 4/11, 8th, Austin Ross)
Opponent First Grand Slam.....Jabari Blash (JXN, 5/13, 9th, Eric Marzec)
Opponent First RBI....Sean Buckley (PNS, 4/10, 1st, Tyler Wagner)
Opponent First Walk............Kyle Skipworth (PNS, 4/9, 2nd, Brooks Hall)
Opponent First Strikeout.........Jesse Winker (PNS, 4/9, 1st, Brooks Hall)
Opponent First Hit by Pitch.....Rudy Flores (PNS, 4/16, 2nd, Jacob Barnes)
Opponent First Stolen Base.......Socrates Brito (MOB, 4/16, 2nd off
Jacob Barnes and Parker Berberet)
Opponent First Caught Stealing...... Mitch Haniger (MOB, 4/16, 1st,
Brooks Hall and Adam Weisenburger)
Opponent First Sacrifice Fly.......Brandon Drury (MOB, 4/16, 4th, Brooks Hall)
Opponent First Sacrifice Bunt...Timothy Adleman (PNS, 4/11, 4th, Brent Suter)
Opponent First Error....................................Chad Rogers (PNS, 4/9, 6th)
Opponent First Cycle.........................................................................
Opponent First 2-Hit Game.... Sean Buckley (PNS, 4/10, Tyler Wagner)
Opponent First 3-Hit Game.........................Rudy Flores (MOB, 5/1)
Opponent First 4-Hit Game........................Chris ODowd (MIS, 5/7)
Opponent First 5-Hit Game...............................................................
Opponent First Inside-the-Park Home Run...... Byron Buxton (CHA, 5/27)
Opponent First 2-Home Run Game............Jabari Blash (JXN, 5/13)
Opponent First 3-Home Run Game...................................................
Opponent First Win.......................Wandy Peralta (4/12, Pensacola)
Opponent First Loss..Robert Stephenson (PNS, 4/9 5.2 IP, 4 H, 3
R, 3 ER, 2 BB, 7 K)
Opponent First Save....................... Chad Rogers (4/12, Pensacola)
Opponent First Complete Game......Austin Pruitt (7/8, Montgomery)
Opponent First Nine-Inning Complete Game......Austin Pruitt (7/8, Montgomery)
Opponent First Shutout Win....................................Pensacola, 4/12
Opponent First No-Hitter...................................................................
Opponent First Extra-Inning Win................................. 5/1 vs Mobile
Opponent First Walk-Off Win.................................................4/16, Mobile

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MGM PARK FIRSTS...


SHUCKERS

First Game............6/6/2015 vs Mobile (7:08 first pitch by Tyler Wagner to


Jack Reinheimer, K)
First Pitch.....................................................Tyler Wagner (6/6/2015 MOB)
First Run...............Nathan Orf, 6/6/2015 vs Mobile (5th inning, R.J. Hively)
First Hit..................Kyle Wren, 6/6/2015 vs Mobile (1st inning, R.J. Hively)
First Double......Tyler Wagner, 6/6/2015 vs Mobile (6th inning, Derek Eitel)
First Triple.............Nathan Orf, 6/6/2015 vs Mobile (5th inning, R.J. Hively)
First Home Run.................... Orlando Arcia, 6/8/2015 Mobile (6th, Shipley)
First Grand Slam..........Nick Ramirez, 6/19/2015 Montgomery (8th, Colton
Reavis)
First RBI............Taylor Green, 6/6/2015 vs Mobile (5th inning, R.J. Hively)
First Walk............Nathan Orf, 6/6/2015 vs Mobile (2nd inning, R.J. Hively)
First Strikeout..Nick Ramirez, 6/6/2015 vs Mobile (2nd inning, R.J. Hively)
First Hit by Pitch.Taylor Green, 7/2/2015 vs Mississippi (6th inning, Bryton
Trepagnier)
First Stolen Base.........Kyle Wren, 6/6/2015 vs Mobile (Derek Eitel/Ronnie
Freeman)
First Caught Stealing.......................Tyrone Taylor, 7/1/2015 vs Mississippi
(Mark Lamm/Braeden Schlehuber)
First Sacrifice Fly........Orlando Arcia, 6/6/2015 vs Mobile (6th, Derek Eitel)
First Sacrifice Bunt............................Tyrone Taylor, 6/6/2015 vs Mobile
(11th, Keith Hessler)
First Error........................................ Taylor Green, 6/6/2015 vs Mobile (8th)
First Cycle.....................................................................................................
First 2-Hit Game..........................................Kyle Wren, 6/6/2015 vs Mobile
First 3-Hit Game.....................................Michael Reed, 6/9/2015 vs Mobile
First 4-Hit Game.....................................................Brett Phillips, 8/12/2015
First 5-Hit Game...........................................................................................
First Inside-the-Park Home Run...................................................................
First 2-Home Run Game.....................Orlando Arcia, 8/23/2015 vs. Mobile
First 3-Home Run Game..............................................................................
First 2-RBI Game........................................ Orlando Arcia, 6/8/2015 Mobile
First 3-RBI Game.............................. Taylor Green, 6/17/2015 Montgomery
First 4-RBI Game........................Nick Ramirez (6), 6/19/2015 Montgomery
First Win......................................Trevor Seidenberger, 6/6/2015 vs Mobile
First Loss.............................................Manny Barreda, 6/7/2015 vs Mobile
First Save............................................ Damien Magnifico, 6/8/2015 Mobile
First Complete Game........................Tyler Wagner, 7/31/2015 vs. Jackson
First Nine-Inning Complete Game................................................................
First Shutout Win............................................... 7/16/2015 vs Chattanooga
First No-Hitter...............................................................................................
First Extra-Inning Game................................................ 6/6/2015 vs Mobile
First Extra-Inning Win.............................................. ......6/6/2015 vs Mobile
First Walk-Off Win..........................................................6/6/2015 vs Mobile

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OPPONENTS

Opponent First Run.............Jack Reinheimer (MOB, 6/6/2015, 1st, Tyler


Wagner)
Opponent First Hit.....Jack Reinheimer (MOB, 6/6/2015, 1st, Tyler Wagner)
Opponent First Double....Socrates Brito (MOB, 6/6/2015, 1st, Tyler Wagner)
Opponent First Triple.......... Gabriel Guerrero (MOB, 6/7/2015, 8th, Manny
Barreda)
Opponent First Home Run...Sean Jamieson (MOB, 6/10/21015, 6th, Manny
Barreda)
Opponent First Grand Slam.........................................................................
Opponent First RBI......... Rudy Flores (MOB, 6/6/2015, 1st, Tyler Wagner)
Opponent First Walk...Ronnie Freeman (MOB, 6/6/2015, 2nd, Tyler
Wagner)
Opponent First Strikeout...R.J. Hively (MOB, 6/6/2015, 2nd, Tyler Wagner)
Opponent First Hit by Pitch............Joe Maloney (CHA, 4/7/2015, 1st, Josh
Hader)
Opponent First Stolen Base........Sean Godfrey (MIS, 7/2/2015, 1st, Jorge
Lopez and Parker Berberet)
Opponent First Caught Stealing..........Mitch Haniger (MOB, 6/7/2015, 6th,
Martin Viramontes/Parker Berberet)
Opponent First Sacrifice Fly... Ronnie Freeman (MOB, 6/6/2015, 9th, Austin
Ross)
Opponent First Sacrifice Bunt.....Aaron Blair (MOB, 6/7/2015, 3rd, Hobbs
Johnson)
Opponent First Error.........................Brandon Drury (MOB, 6/6/2015, 6th)
Opponent First Cycle...................................................................................
Opponent First 2-Hit Game..Brandon Drury (MOB, 6/6/2015, Tyler Wagner)
Opponent First 3-Hit Game.................. Gerson Montilla (MOB, 6/10/2015)
Opponent First 4-Hit Game..........................Phillip Ervin (PNS, 7/17/2016)
Opponent First 5-Hit Game.........................................................................
Opponent First Inside-the-Park Home Run.................................................
Opponent First 2-Home Run Game........ Kennys Vargas (CHA, 7/18/2015)
Opponent First 3-Home Run Game.............................................................
Opponent First Win...................................... Aaron Blair (6/7/2015, Mobile)
Opponent First Loss.......Adam Miller (MOB, 6/6/2015, IP, 2 H, 2 R, ER, K)
Opponent First Save................................ Jimmy Sherfy (6/7/2015, Mobile)
Opponent First Complete Game..................................................................
Opponent First Nine-Inning Complete Game..............................................
Opponent First Shutout Win........................................ 7/20/2015 vs Mobile
Opponent First No-Hitter.............................................................................
Opponent First Extra-Inning Win....................... 7/15/2015 vs Chattanooga

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Manager, Mike Guerrero

COACHING STAFF

Guerrero, 48, spent two seasons as the Brewers First Base Coach
Managing Career (Last 10 Years)
and Infield Coach, joining them in 2013.
Team
Year Lg Lev Aff G W L W-L%
2005 ARIZ Rk MIL 56 22 34 .393
Guerrero has managed at every level in the Minor Leagues, going AZL Brewers
2006 SALL A MIL 136 74 62 .544
953-826 (.536) over 18 seasons, with all but one season coming with West Virginia
2007 SALL A MIL 136 82 54 .603
the Milwaukee Brewers organization. He last served as Manager for West Virginia
2008 FLOR A+ MIL 138 66 72 .478
two seasons at Triple-A Nashville in 2012-13, prior to joining the Major Brevard County
Brevard County
2009 FLOR A+ MIL 127 79 48 .622
League coaching staff.
Huntsville
2010 SOUL AA MIL 140 67 73 .479
In 2013, Guerrero earned the Mike Coolbaugh Award, presented to an Huntsville
2011 SOUL AA MIL 136 64 72 .471
individual who has shown an outstanding baseball work ethic, knowl- Nashville
2012 PCL AAA MIL 144 67 77 .465
edge of the game and skill in mentoring young players on the field.
Nashville
2013 PCL AAA MIL 144 57 87 .396
Biloxi
2016 SOU AA MIL 91 48 43 .527
Guerrero began his Managing career in the Blue Jays organization in 13 Seasons 1,870 1,001 869 .535
1995 in the Dominican Summer League. He won the 2001 Dominican Summer League champi- AA (3+ seasons) 367 179 188 .488
onship and qualified for the playoffs five times (1995, 2000, 2001, 2007, 2009). He also gained
additional Managerial experience in 2008 with the Oahu CaneFires of the Hawaiian Winter
League and in 2010 with the Surprise Rafters of the Arizona Fall League. He has also managed in the Dominican Winter League.
The former Minor League infielder spent nine seasons with the Milwaukee (1987-92, 94-95) and Kansas City (1993) organizations. He collected a .242 career batting average over nine seasons as a middle infielder.
Mike was born into a baseball family as Sandy and his father, Epy, was a renowned scout in the Dominican Republic who unearthed over 40 Major League players. Mike
was named after former Major League pitcher Mike Torrez, who was a friend of his father. His uncle, Mario Guerrero, was a Major League infielder with Boston (1973-74),
St. Louis (1975), California (1976-77) and Oakland (1978-80).
Mike and his wife Larissa reside in Melbourne, Fla and the couple has two sons, Michael and Daniel. Mike was born in Santo Domingo, DR.

Coach, Sandy Guerrero


Guerrero, 49, enters his 14th season as a coach in the Brewers organization. Prior to joining the Shuckers in 2015, he coached at
Double-A Huntsville (2003-08, 2014) and Triple-A Nashville (2009-11).
In addition, he spent two seasons as Hitting Coordinator from 2012-13. Guerrero served as Manager for the Northern Division in the
2007 Southern League All-Star Game after scheduled Manager Don Money pulled out of the contest to coach in the All-Star Futures
Game. Before coaching, Guerrero had a 19-year playing career that included stints in the minors with Toronto and Milwaukee. He also
played professionally in Mexico, Taiwan and the independent Northern League.
The former infielder played in the Brewers farm system with Class-A Stockton (1986-88), Double-A El Paso (1989-90) and Triple-A
Denver (1991-92). In 1998, Guerrero won a league championship in Taiwan, claiming the batting title with a .361 batting average.
Sandy and his wife, Jessica, reside in Huntsville, Alabama.

Pitching Coach, Chris Hook


Hook, 46, is in his ninth season in the Brewers organization. He served as Pitching Coach at Double-A Huntsville the three seasons prior
to joining Biloxi in 2015. Hook originally joined the organization as pitching coach at Huntsville in 2008, and spent three seasons in the
same role with Class-A Wisconsin from 2009-11 before returning to Huntsville (2012-14).
In 2015, he served as a pitching coach for the U.S. squad during the All-Star Futures Game in his hometown of Cincinnati. In 2014, he
served as Pitching Coach with the Glendale Desert Dogs in the Arizona Fall League.
Prior to joining the Brewers, Hook was the Pitching coach for the Florence Freedom of the independent Frontier League from 2003-07.
He also spent three seasons as the pitching coach for Northern Kentucky University from 2000-02.
Hook was a pitcher for 11 professional seasons (1989-99), including two years in the Major Leagues with San Francisco from 1995-96.
He went 5-2 with a 5.89 ERA in 55 career Major League games. Originally signed as a non-drafted free agent by Cincinnati in 1989, he also pitched in the minor
leagues with San Diego, San Francisco, California and Houston. He finished his playing career in the independent Atlantic League.
Since 2001, Hook has owned and operated a baseball training center based in Florence, Kentucky, where he resides along with his wife, Toni, and their two sons,
Christian and Brennan.

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FIRST HALF DAY-BY-DAY

DATE D/N OPPONENT RESULT REC HOME ROAD POS GA/GB WINNING PITCHER LOSING PITCHER
SAVE
ATT
4/7 N CHA
W, 4-0 1-0 1-0
-- T1 --
Drew Gagnon (1-0)
Jason Wheeler (0-1) --
2,542
4/8 N CHA
W, 6-2 2-0 2-0
-- T1 --
Javi Salas (1-0)
D.J. Baxendale (0-1) --
2,439
4/9 N CHA
L, 9-5 2-1 2-1
-- T1 --
David Hurlbut (1-0)
Adrian Houser (0-1)
--
3,673
4/10 D CHA
W, 8-5 3-1 3-1
-- T1 --
Stephen Peterson (1-0) Mike Strong (0-1)
Jaye Chapman (1)
2,015
4/11 N CHA
W, 3-1 4-1 4-1
-- T1 --
Danile Tillman (1-0) Jake Reed (0-1)
Jaye Chapman (2)
1,560
4/12 N MOB W, 2-1 (13) 5-1 5-1
-- T1 --
Stephen Peterson (2-0) Will Locante (0-1)
--
1,280
4/13 N MOB
L, 9-3 5-2 5-2
-- T1 --
Yoan Lopez (1-0)
Javi Salas (1-1)
--
1,219
4/14 N at MOB
PPD (Wet Grounds) --
2 -0.5 --
--
--
--
4/15 D at MOB
PPD (Wet Grounds) --
2 -0.5 --
--
--
--
4/15 N at MOB
PPD (Wet Grounds) --
2 -1.0 --
--
--
--
4/16 N at MOB W, 2-0 (7) 6-2 5-2 1-0 2 -0.5 Daniel Tillman (2-0) Adam Miller (0-1)
--
--
4/16 N at MOB W, 4-2 (7) 7-2 5-2 2-0 2 -0.5 Wei-Chung Wang (1-0) Johnny Omahen (0-1) Jaye Chapman (3)
2,438
4/17 D PNS
L, 5-0 7-3 5-3 2-0 2 -1.5 Daniel Wright (2-0)
Jorge Ortega (0-1)
--
3,535
4/18 N PNS
W, 5-2 8-3 6-3 2-0 2 -0.5 Tristan Archer (1-0) Amir Garrett (0-2)
Jaye Chapman (4)
1,502
4/19 N PNS
W, 4-3 9-3 7-3 2-0 1 +0.5 Jed Bradley (1-0)
Wandy Peralta (0-1)
Jaye Chapman (5)
1,516
4/20 D PNS
W, 5-2 10-3 8-3 2-0 1 +1.5 Stephen Peterson (3-0) Jackson Stephens (1-1) Jaye Chapman (6)
6,098
4/21 N PNS
W, 1-0 11-3 9-3 2-0 1 +2.5 Wei-Chung Wang (2-0) Rookie Davis (2-1)
Stephen Kohlscheen (1) 2,405
4/22 N at MIS
L, 5-0 11-4 9-3 2-1 1 +2.5 Stephen Janas (1-2) Adrian Houser (0-2)
--
3,747
4/23 N at MIS
W, 2-1 12-4 9-3 3-1 1 +2.5 Jed Bradley (2-0)
Mauricio Cabrera (0-3) Jaye Chapman (7)
3,773
4/24 D at MIS
W, 4-2 13-4 9-3 4-1 1 +2.5 Tristan Archer (2-0) Sean Newcomb (1-1) Jaye Chapman (8)
2,704
4/25 N at MIS
W, 5-0 14-4 9-3 5-1 1 +2.5 Javi Salas (2-1)
Rob Whalen (1-2)
Drew Gagnon (1)
1,470
4/26 D at MIS
L, 9-3 14-5 9-3 5-2 1 +2.5 Brandon Barker (2-0) Wei-Chung Wang (2-1) --
5,263
4/28 N TNS
W, 6-5 15-5 10-3 5-2 1 +3.5 Adrian Houser (1-2) Rob Zastryzny (2-1)
Jaye Chapman (9)
1,570
4/29 N TNS
L, 8-3 15-6 10-4 5-2 1 +3.0 Brad Markey (3-0)
Jed Bradley (2-1)
--
2,418
4/30 N TNS
W, 2-1 16-6 11-4 5-2 1 +3.5 Jaye Chapman (1-0) Juan Paniagua (0-2) --
4,271
APRIL TOTALS 16-6 11-4 5-2 1 +3.5
57,438
5/1 D TNS
PPD (Rain)
1 +4.0 --
--
--
--
5/2 N TNS
W, 3-2 (7) 17-6 12-4 5-2 1 +4.5 Stephen Peterson (4-0) Tyler Skulina (1-2)
Jaye Chapman (10)
--
5/2 N TNS
L, 4-1 (8) 17-7 12-5 5-2 1 +3.5 David Garner (1-1)
Tristan Archer (2-1)
Corey Black (2)
1,623
5/4 N at PNS
L, 8-3 17-8 12-5 5-3 1 +2.5 Sal Romano (1-1)
Adrian Houser (1-3)
--
3,611
5/5 N at PNS
L, 8-1 17-9 12-5 5-4 1 +1.5 Jackson Stephens (2-2) Jorge Ortega (0-2)
--
4,065
5/6 N at PNS
L, 4-3 17-10 12-5 5-5 1 +0.5 Rookie Davis (3-1)
Josh Hader (0-1)
Alejandro Chacin (4) 5,038
5/7 D at PNS
W, 9-3 18-10 12-5 6-5 1 +1.5 Jed Bradley (3-1)
Nick Travieso (1-2)
--
5,038
5/8 N at PNS
L, 5-0 18-11 12-5 6-6 1 +0.5 Amir Garrett (3-2)
Wei-Chung Wang (2-2) Alejandro Chacin (5) 4,414
5/9 N JAX
W, 9-1 19-11 13-5 6-6 1 +1.5 Adrian Houser (2-3) Jake Esch (4-3)
Brooks Hall (1)
2,001
5/10 N JAX
L, 9-1 19-12 13-6 6-6 1 +0.5 Jarlin Garcia (1-2)
Jorge Ortega (0-3)
--
1,529
5/11 N JAX
W, 6-1 20-12 14-6 6-6 1 +0.5 Josh Hader (1-1)
Austin Brice (1-2)
--
1,632
5/12 N JAX
W, 8-6 21-12 15-6 5-5 1 +0.5 Brett Lee (1-0)
Tyler Higgins (1-1)
Stephen Kohlscheen (2) 2,032
5/13 N JAX
W, 6-5 22-12 16-6 5-5 1 +1.5 Stephen Kohlscheen (1-0)Sean Donatello (1-1)
--
3,561
5/14 D at CHA
L, 5-2 22-13 16-6 5-7 1 +0.5 D.J. Baxendale (3-4) Adrian Houser (2-4)
Trevor Hildenberger (2) 6,376
5/15 N at CHA
L, 2-1 22-14 16-6 5-8 1 +0.5 Nick Greenwood (1-0) Jorge Ortega (0-4)
Omar Bencomo (1)
2,952
5/16 N at CHA L, 1-0 (10) 22-15 16-6 5-9 1 +0.5 Jake Reed (3-1)
Jed Bradley (3-2)
--
1,845
5/17 D at CHA
W, 9-7 23-15 16-6 7-8 1 +0.5 Tyler Spurlin (1-0)
Aaron Slegers (2-4)
Stephen Kohlscheen (3) 1,845
5/18 N at CHA
W, 5-4 24-15 16-6 8-8 1 +0.5 Hobbs Johnson (1-0) Jake Reed (3-2)
Tristan Archer (1)
4,125
5/19 N at TNS
L, 7-2 24-16 16-6 7-10 T1 --
Rob Zastryzny (3-2) Brandon Woodruff (0-1) --
3,380
5/20 N at TNS
PPD (Rain)
T1 --
--
--
--
--
5/21 D at TNS
L, 10-9 24-17 16-6 7-11 T1 --
David Berg (1-0)
Stephen Kohlscheen (1-1) Miguel Mejia (1)
5,924
5/22 D at TNS W, 5-0 (9) 25-17 16-6 9-11 1 +0.5 Brooks Hall (1-0)
David Garner (1-3)
--
--
5/22 D at TNS W, 6-5 (7) 26-17 16-6 10-11 1 +1.5 Brett Lee (2-0)
Josh Conway (0-5)
Daniel Tillman (1)
4,114
5/23 N at TNS L, 3-2 (12) 26-18 16-6 10-12 1 +0.5 Michael Jensen (2-0) Brett Lee (2-1)
--
3,434
5/25 N at MOB
L, 9-1 26-19 16-6 10-13 2 -0.5 John Omahen (3-4) Brandon Woodruff (0-2) --
1,906
5/26 N at MOB
L, 7-2 26-20 16-6 10-14 2 -1.0 Yoan Lopez (4-3)
Adrian Houser (2-5)
--
--
5/26 N at MOB
W, 6-0 27-20 16-6 11-14 T1 --
Javi Salas (3-1)
Billy Buckner (0-1)
--
1,002
5/27 N MOB
L, 1-0 27-21 16-7 11-14 2 -1.0 Daniel Gibson (3-0) Stephen Kohlscheen (1-2) Jimmie Sherfy (4)
4,328
5/28 N MOB W, 2-1 (10) 28-21 17-7 11-14 2 -1.0 Daniel Tillman (3-0) Daniel Gibson (3-1)
--
4,002
5/29 N MOB
W, 7-3 29-21 18-7 11-14 2 -1.0 Brooks Hall (2-0)
Luke Irvine (0-2)
--
3,543
5/31 N MIS
W, 7-1 30-21 19-7 11-14 2 -1.0 Brandon Woodruff (1-2) Andrew Thurman (0-5) --
2,273
MAY TOTALS 14-15 8-3 6-12 2 -1.0
82,213
6/1 N MIS
L, 6-2 (14) 30-22 19-8 11-14 2 -1.0 Stephen Janas (3-2) Tristan Archer (2-2)
--
2,156
6/2 N MIS
L, 7-4 30-23 19-9 11-14 2 -2.0 Sean Newcomb (3-2) Javi Salas (3-2)
--
2,867
6/3 N MIS
L, 3-2 30-24 19-10 11-14 2 -2.0 Rob Whalen (4-2)
Jorge Ortega (0-5)
Brandon Cunniff (1)
2,804
6/4 N MIS CANCELLED
6/5 N at MTG
W, 4-2 31-24 19-10 12-14 2 -1.0 Brandon Woodruff (2-2) Chris Kirsch (3-2)
Daniel Tillman (2)
2,402
6/6 N at MTG
W, 4-2 32-24 19-10 13-14 2 -1.0 Josh Hader (2-1)
Chih-Wei Hu (2-3)
Stephen Kohlscheen (4) 1,697
6/7 N at MTG
L, 6-3 32-25 19-10 13-15 2 -1.0 Hunter Wood (2-0)
Brooks Hall (2-1)
Kyle Bird (3)
3,176
6/8 N at MTG W, 3-2 (14) 33-25 19-10 14-15 T1 --
Stephen Kohlscheen (2-2) Brad Schreiber (0-1) --
2,231
6/9 N at MTG
L, 17-2 33-26 19-10 14-16 2 -1.0 Taylor Guerreri (4-4) Wei-Chung Wang (2-3) --
3,580
6/10 N BIR
W, 2-1 34-26 20-10 14-16 2 -1.0 Stephen Peterson (5-0) Robinson Leyer (1-2) Daniel Tillman (3)
3,429
6/11 N BIR
W, 4-2 35-26 21-10 14-16 2 -1.0 Adrian Houser (3-5) Jordan Guerrero (3-3) Stephen Kohlscheen (5) 3,509
6/12 N BIR
W, 6-5 36-26 22-10 14-16 T1 --
Stephen Peterson (6-0) Nolan Sanburn (0-2) Daniel Tillman (4)
2,264
6/13 N BIR
L, 9-2 36-27 22-11 14-16 2 -1.0 David Holmberg (5-4) Jorge Ortega (0-6)
--
2,028
6/14 N BIR
W, 6-4 37-27 23-11 14-16 T1 --
Stephen Peterson (7-0) Matt Lollis (3-1)
Daniel Tillman (5)
2,456
6/15 N at JAX
L, 8-4 37-28 23-11 14-17 T1 --
Chris Mazza (3-2)
Brandon Woodruff (2-3) Tyler Bremer (2)
2,564
6/16 N at JAX
L, 3-1 37-29 23-11 14-18 2 -0.5 Jake Esch (7-5)
Adrian Houser (3-6)
Drew Steckenrider (2) 4,427
6/17 N at JAX
W, 4-1 38-29 23-11 15-18 T1 --
Gage Smith (1-0)
Tyler Higgins (2-2)
Daniel Tillman (6)
6,610
6/18 N at JAX
PPD (Wet Grounds)
2 -1.0
6/19 D at JAX
L, 2-1 (7) 38-30 23-11 15-19 2 -1.5 Sean Donatello (2-1) Brandon Woodruff (2-4) Ryan Chaffee (1)
--
6/19 D at JAX W, 2-1 (7) 39-30 23-11 16-19 2 -1.5 Jorge Ortega (1-6)
Patrick Johnson (3-3) Stephen Kohlscheen (6) 4,729
JUNE TOTALS 9-9 4-4 5-5 2 -1.5
52,389
FIRST-HALF TOTALS 39-30 23-11 16-19 2 -1.5
192,580

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HOME ATT TIME


2,542
2:35
4,981
2:19
8,654
3:02
10,669
2:46
12,229
2:18
13,509
3:58
14,728
2:59
--
---
---
-14,728
2:33
14,728
2:04
18,263
2:23
19,765
2:30
21,281
2:22
27,379
2:44
29,784
2:11
29,784
2:25
29,784
2:31
29,784
2:50
29,784
2:26
29,784
2:30
31,354
2:26
33,772
2:56
38,043
2:21
38,043 AVG: 2:36
--
-38,043
2:01
39,666
2:17
39,666
2:29
39,666
2:28
39,666
2:53
39,666
2:56
39,666
2:40
41,667
2:18
43,196
2:39
44,828
2:09
46,860
2:58
50,421
2:57
50,421
2:22
50,421
2:07
50,421
2:28
50,421
3:05
50,421
2:48
50,421
2:38
50,421
-50,421
3:09
50,421
2:27
50,421
2:32
50,421
3:51
50,421
2:47
50,421
1:56
50,421
2:33
54,749
2:30
58,749
3:27
62,292
2:32
64,565
2:21
26,524 AVG: 2:38
67,021
4:18
69,888
2:43
72,692
2:19
72,692
72,692
72,692
72,692
72,692
76,121
79,630
81,894
83,922
86,378
86,378
86,378
86,378

2:46
2:32
2:29
3:57
2:58
2:30
2:18
2:57
3:00
3:06
2:53
2:30
2:52

86,378
1:59
86,378
1:40
21,513 AVG: 2:46
86,378 AVG: 2:39

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SECOND HALF DAY-BY-DAY


DATE D/N OPPONENT RESULT REC HOME ROAD POS GA/GB WINNING PITCHER LOSING PITCHER
SAVE
ATT HOME ATT GAME TIME
6/23 N MTG
L, 3-2 0-1 0-1
--
2 -1.0 Hunter Wood (4-1)
Adrian Houser (3-7)
Kyle Winkler (2)
3,001
3,001
2:22
6/24 N MTG
L, 10-9 0-2 0-2
--
5 -1.0 Steve Ascher (3-1)
Gage Smith (1-1)
Jeff Ames (1)
3,315
6,316
3:14
6/25 N MTG
W, 5-1 1-2 1-2
-- T3 -1.0 Wei-Chung Wang (3-3) Chih-Wei Hu (2-5)
--
4,027
10,343
2:26
6/26 N MTG
L, 5-3 1-3 1-3
-- T4 -1.0 Jordan Harrison (1-0) Tristan Archer (2-3)
Kyle Winkler (2)
2,131
12,474
2:46
6/27 N MTG
L, 9-2 1-4 1-4
--
5 -2.0 Yonny Chirinos (1-0) Brandon Woodruff (2-5) Ryne Stanek (2)
2,439
14,913
2:32
6/29 N at BIR
L, 3-1 1-5 1-4 0-1 5 -2.0 Peter Tago (4-1)
Stephen Peterson (7-1) --
5,030
14,913
2:10
6/30 N at BIR
W, 11-6 2-5 1-4 1-1 T4 -2.0 Tristan Archer (3-3) Brandon Brennan (1-6) --
8,357
14,913
3:06
JUNE TOTALS 2-5 1-4 1-1 T4 -2.0
28,300
14,913 AVG:2:39
7/1 N at BIR W, 3-1 (13) 3-5 1-4 2-1 T3 -2.0 Gage Smith (2-1)
Kyle Hansen (2-2)
Stephen Kohlscheen (7) 5,484
14,913
3:13
7/2 N at BIR L, 6-5 (10) 3-6 1-4 2-2 T4 -2.0 Peter Tago (5-1)
Stephen Peterson (7-2) --
7,928
14,913
2:41
7/3 N at BIR
W, 4-1 4-6 1-4 3-2 T2 -1.0 Brandon Woodruff (3-5) James Dykstra (2-4)
Stephen Kohlscheen (8) 7,703
14,913
2:56
7/4 N JAX
W, 5-1 5-6 2-4 3-2 T1 --
Brooks Hall (3-1)
Hunter Adkins (1-3)
--
5,821
20,734
2:20
7/5 N JAX
L, 4-1 5-7 2-5 3-2 T3 -1.0 Patrick Johnson (4-4) Taylor Jungmann (0-1) Drew Steckenrider (3) 1,865
22,599
2:27
7/6 N JAX
L, 3-1 5-8 2-6 3-2 T4 -2.0 Austin Brice (4-6)
Wei-Chung Wang (3-4) Tyler Bremer (3)
1,880
24,479
2:10
7/7 N JAX
L, 9-1 5-9 2-7 3-2 T4 -3.0 Matt Tomshaw (2-1) Jorge Ortega (1-7)
--
2,261
26,740
2:33
7/8 N JAX
L, 4-2 5-10 2-8 3-2 5 -3.0 Jake Esch (9-6)
Brandon Woodruff (3-6) Drew Steckenrider (4) 4,338
31,078
2:50
7/9 N at PNS
L, 4-2 5-11 2-8 3-3 5 -3.0 Tyler Mahle (3-1)
Angel Ventura (0-1)
Carlos Gonzalez (5) 5,038
31,078
2:08
7/10 D at PNS
L, 4-3 5-12 2-8 3-4 5 -4.0 Alejandro Chacin (4-1) Stephen Kohlscheen (2-3) --
3,451
31,078
2:56
7/11 N at PNS
W, 3-1 6-12 2-8 4-4 5 -4.0 Wei-Chung Wang (4-4) Jackson Stephens (6-7) Tayler Scott (1)
3,848
31,078
2:49
7/12 N at PNS
L, 9-0 6-13 2-8 4-5 5 -4.0 Sal Romano (2-10)
Jorge Ortega (1-8)
--
3,323
31,078
2:37
7/13 N at PNS
W, 1-0 7-13 2-8 5-5 5 -4.0 Brandon Woodruff (4-6) Nick Travieso (4-5)
Stephen Kohlscheen (9) 4,451
31,078
2:29
7/14 N BIR
W, 3-2 8-13 3-8 5-5 5 -3.0 Tayler Scott (1-0)
Nolan Sanburn (1-3) --
2,639
33,717
3:01
7/15 N BIR
W, 4-3 9-13 4-8 5-5 5 -3.0 Stephen Peterson (8-2) Peter Tago (5-3)
Stephen Kohlscheen (10) 2,317
36,034
2:52
7/16 N BIR
7/17 N BIR
7/18 N BIR
7/20 N at PNS
7/21 N at PNS
7/22 N at PNS
7/23 N at PNS
7/24 D at PNS
7/26 N at MOB
7/27 N at MOB
7/28 N MOB
7/29 N MOB
7/30 N MOB
7/31 D at JAX
JULY TOTALS 7-8 3-4 4-4 5 -3.0
61,811 21,061 AVG:2:40
8/1 N at JAX
8/2 N at JAX
8/3 N at JAX
8/4 N at JAX
8/5 N PNS
8/6 N PNS
8/7 N PNS
8/8 N PNS
8/9 N PNS
8/11 N at JXN
8/12 N at JXN
8/13 N at JXN
8/14 N at JXN
8/15 N at JXN
8/17 N MOB
8/18 N MOB
8/19 N at MOB
8/20 N at MOB
8/21 N at MOB
8/22 N MIS
8/23 N MIS
8/24 N MIS
8/25 N MIS
8/26 N MIS
8/27 N JXN
8/28 N JXN
8/29 N JXN
8/30 N JXN
8/31 N JXN
AUGUST TOTALS
9/1 N at MIS
9/2 N at MIS
9/3 N at MIS
9/4 N at MIS
9/5 D at MIS
SEPTEMBER TOTALS
SECOND-HALF TOTALS 9-13 4-8 5-5 5 -3.0
90,647
36,034 AVG:2:40
SEASON TOTALS 48-43 27-19 21-24 2 -3.0
283,227 122,114 AVG: 2:40

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TRANSACTIONS
No. Date Action
Player
Pos.
Location
Opening Day Roster April 7: Pitchers (12) RHP Tristan Archer, RHP Jaye
Chapman, RHP Drew Gagnon, LHP Josh Hader, RHP Adrian Houser, LHP
Hobbs Johnson, RHP Jorge Ortega, LHP Steve Peterson, RHP Javi Salas,
RHP Daniel Tillman, RHP Martin Viramontes, LHP Wei-Chung Wang, Catchers (2) Rene Garcia, Jacob Nottingham, Infielders (7) Javier Betancourt,
Garrett CooperBrandon Macias, Chris McFarland, Nathan Orf, Nick Ramirez,
Nick Shaw, Outfielders (4) Brett Phillips, Victor Roache, Tyrone Taylor, Kyle
Wren.
1. 4/13 ADD
Jed Bradley
LHP
Activated
2. 4/13 DELETE Martin Viramontes
RHP
7-Day DL
3. 4/19 ADD
Martin Viramontes
RHP
7-Day DL
4. 4/19 DELETE Daniel Tillman
RHP
7-Day DL
5. 4/21 ADD
Stephen Kohlscheen
RHP
Extended ST
6. 4/21 DELETE Hobbs Johnson
LHP
7-Day DL
7. 4/28 ADD
Hobbs Johnson
LHP
7-Day DL
8. 4/28 DELETE Drew Gagnon
RHP
Colorado Springs
9. 4/28 ADD
Parker Berberet
C
Helena
10. 4/28 DELETE Nathan Orf
INF
Colorado Springs
11. 5/4 ADD
Tyler Spurlin
RHP
Brevard County
12. 5/4 DELETE Jaye Chapman
RHP
Colorado Springs
13. 5/9 ADD
Brooks Hall
RHP
Colorado Springs
14. 5/9 DELETE Martin Viramontes
RHP
Helena
15. 5/10 DELETE Parker Berberet
C
Colorado Springs
16. 5/11 ADD
Brett Lee
LHP
Extended ST
17. 5/17 ADD
Brandon Woodruff
RHP
Brevard County
18. 5/17 DELETE Javi Salas
RHP
7-Day DL
19. 5/19 DELETE Brett Phillips
OF 7-Day DL (retro 5/18)
20. 5/19 DELETE Hobbs Johnson
LHP
7-Day DL
21. 5/19 ADD
Omar Garcia
OF
Brevard County
22. 5/19 ADD
Daniel Tillman
RHP
7-Day DL
23. 5/26 ADD
Javi Salas
RHP
7-Day DL
24. 5/26 ADD
Hobbs Johnson
RHP
7-Day DL
25. 5/26 DELETE Wei-Chung Wang
LHP
Helena
26. 5/26 DELETE Jed Bradley
LHP
Helena
27. 5/28 DELETE Omar Garcia
OF
Helena
28. 5/29 ADD
Will Smith
LHP Brevard Co. (Rehab)
29. 5/29 DELETE Brandon Macias
INF
7-Day DL
30. 5/29 DELETE Parker Berberet
C
Helena
31. 5/30 ADD
Nathan Orf
UTIL
Colorado Springs
32. 5/31 ADD
Domingo Santana
OF MILWAUKEE (Rehab)
33. 6/2 DELETE Will Smith
LHP
MILWAUKEE
34. 6/3 DELETE Domingo Santana
OF
MILWAUKEE
35. 6/3 DELETE Josh Hader
LHP
Helena
36. 6/3 ADD
Wei-Chung Wang
LHP
Helena
37. 6/4 ADD
Omar Garcia
OF
Helena
38. 6/4 DELETE Kyle Wren
OF
Colorado Springs
39. 6/5 ADD
Josh Hader
LHP
Helena
40. 6/5 DELETE Adrian Houser
RHP
Helena
41. 6/10 ADD
Johnny Davis
OF
Brevard County
42. 6/10 DELETE Victor Roache
OF
7-Day DL
43. 6/14 ADD
Brandon Macias
INF
7-Day DL
44. 6/14 DELETE Nick Shaw
INF
Retired
45. 6/14 DELETE Hobbs Johnson
LHP
7-Day DL
46. 6/15 ADD
Parker Berberet
C
Helena
47. 6/15 DELETE Rene Garcia
C
Colorado Springs
48. 6/15 ADD
Gage Smith
RHP
Brevard County
49. 6/24 DELETE Daniel Tillman
RHP
7-Day DL
50. 6/24 ADD
Hobbs Johnson
LHP
7-Day DL
51. 6/26 DELETE Javi Salas
RHP
7-Day DL
52. 6/26 ADD
Junior Rincon
RHP
Brevard County
53. 6/28 DELETE Hobbs Johnson
LHP
Released

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54. 6/30 ADD
55. 7/6 DELETE
56. 7/6 ADD
57. 7/8 DELETE
58. 7/9 ADD

Player
Taylor Jungmann
Adrian Houser
Tayler Scott
Brandon Macias
Angel Ventura

Pos.
RHP
RHP
RHP
INF
RHP

Location
Colorado Springs
7-Day DL
MiLB Free Agent
Colorado Springs
Brevard County

Position
Number of Players
Pitcher 25
Catcher 3
Infield
7
Outfield
7
TOTAL 35

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Jacob Nottingham....................................................................@JayNott
Infielders
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Brandon Macias........................................................................@Cias12
Chris McFarland.......................................................... @cmcfarland936
Nate Orf................................................................................ @NateOrf4
Nick Ramirez........................................................................ @N_ram33
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