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Atlanta Braves Minor League Recap: 6/1

Jose Peraza filled up the stat sheet, showing off his speed Sunday afternoon

Matt Bell

Gwinnett Braves 1, Rochester Red Wings 2

  • Todd Cunningham CF: 1-4
  • Phil Gosselin SS: 0-4
  • Mark Hamilton DH: 2-4
  • Joey Terdoslavich 1B: 0-4
  • Brandon Boggs RF: 1-3, 2B (5)
  • Steven Lerud C: 1-2, 3B (1), R
  • Gus Schlosser: 6IP, 5H, 0ER, 2BB, 8K
  • Ian Thomas: 2IP, H, 0ER, 0BB, 3K
It was a rough loss for Gwinnett Saturday who surrendered zero earned runs, but an error in the fifth led to Rochester scoring twice. Gus Schlosser had an excellent start, giving up only five hits and two walks, striking out eight Red Wings. The recently demoted Ian Thomas came on in relief throwing two innings of near perfect baseball. A hit allowed was the only blemish for Thomas. The offense didn't help out the staff, only scattering five hits on the day. Mark Hamilton had two of those hits, both singles, raising his average to .271. Catcher Steven Lerud had one of the other hits, legging out his first triple of these season.

Mississippi Braves 3, Montgomery Biscuits 8

  • Mycal Jones CF: 1-4, BB, R
  • Cedric Hunter LF: 1-4, 2B (12)
  • Kyle Kubitza 3B: 1-2, 2BB, 2R
  • Elmer Reyes SS: 2-4, 2B (13)
  • Ryan Weber: 3.2IP, 10H, 6ER, BB, K
  • John Cornely: 2.1IP, H, 0ER, BB, 6K
  • Chasen Shreve: IP, 0H, 0ER, 0BB, K
Ryan Weber was roughed up in 3+ innings of work, giving up seven runs on 10 hits. The bullpen was able to limit the Biscuits, with a standout performance from John Cornely who recorded six of his seven outs via the strikeout. Look for more to come about Cornely later today. Chasen Shreve also made his third great outing of the week, throwing a hitless frame with a strikeout. There was not much to see from the offensive side of things, although the M-Braves did plate three runs. Kyle Kubitza showed off his on base skills, reached three of four times at the plate. Elmer Reyes also collected two hits including his 13th double of the season.

Also, no update as of yet on the Williams Perez injury from Saturday

Lynchburg Hillcats 5, Winston Salem Dash 4
  • Jose Peraza 2B: 2-5, 2 3B (5,6), 3R, SB (27)
  • Kyle Wren 1-4, BB, 2R, SB (25)
  • Will Skinner RF: 1-3, 2B (16)
  • Levi Hyams 3B: 1-3
  • Eric Garcia DH: 1-3, BB, SB (2)
  • Edison Sanchez 1B: 1-4, 2B (8)
  • Wes Parsons: 7IP, 7H, 4ER, 2BB, 6K
  • Alex Wilson: 2IP, 2H, 0ER, 0BB, K
The Hillcats scored two in the 8th to take the lead, holding on for a 5-4 win. Jose Peraza was the catalyst, finding the gaps and using his speed to collect two triples. The second baseman filled up the box score, adding his 27th stolen base and crossing home three times. His partner in crime, Kyle Wren, stole his 25th base of the season after reaching in two of his five plate appearances. Levi Hyams drove in two of the five runs, on one hit. Will Skinner who came in for the injured David Nick, ripped his 16th double of the season. Wes Parsons got the start, but it wasn't his best performance, giving up four earned over seven innings. He did surrender his second home run of the season, raising his ERA to above 4.

Lynchburg Stats

Rome Braves 3, Savannah Sand Gnats 4

  • Connor Oliver CF: 1-5, 2B (5)
  • Johan Camargo SS: 1-3, 3B (3), R
  • Ross Wilson 2B: 1-3, BB
  • Victor Caratini C: 0-3, BB
  • Victor Reyes DH: 0-4
  • Carlos Franco 3B: 3-4, 3B (1), R
  • Connor Lien RF: 1-4, R
  • Blake Brown LF: 1-3, 2B (11), BB, SB 7)
  • Matt Marksberry: 5.2IP, 4H, 3ER, 3BB, 4K
  • Brady Feigl 2.1IP, 3H, ER, 0BB, 0K

Rome droped to 16-40 on the season, giving up a run in the 8th to break the 3-3 tie. The offense was spotty with Carlos Franco leading the charge, collecting three hits including his first triple of the year. Johan Camargo continued his hot streak, also tripling, his third of the year. Connor Oliver was a threat on both sides of the ball, doubling and throwing out two Savannah runners, one at third and one at home. Sand Gnats starter John Grant was able to induce 12 ground balls, keeping Rome off balance for most of the afternoon. Matt Marksberry got the start and only gave up four hits, but walked three batters leading to the three runs allowed. Brady Feigl took the loss, giving up a run over 2.1 innings of work. Rome lower their team ERA to 5.47 on the season.

Rome Stats

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