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  • 8/20/2019 8.21.15 at JXN Game Notes

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    2015 Seaon Results vs. Jackson (Biloxi 7, Jackson 5)Date Site Result Winner Loser Save5/11 @JXN L, 8-3 Gillheeney (3-1) Hall (4-1)5/12 @JXN W, 6-3 Wagner (5-0) Siverio (1-3) Ross (1)5/13 @JXN W, 14-10 Suter (2-1) Shipers (0-2)5/14 @JXN L, 2-0 Cochran-Gill (1-0) Johnson (2-1) Zych (3)5/15 @JXN L, 8-6 Wood (3-0) Obispo (0-3) Anderson (5)7/28 JXN L, 7-5 Unsworth (1-4) Hellweg (0-4) Fry (1)

    7/29 JXN L, 3-2 Anderson (2-5) Hall (7-7) Fry (1)7/30 JXN PPD7/31 JXN W, 5-0 Wagner (8-5) Landazuri (0-3)7/31 JXN W, 5-3 Barnes (3-4) Hunter (2-1) Barrios (2)8/1 JXN W, 2-0 Lopez (10-4) Kittredge (1-1) Magnico (13)8/18 @JXN W, 3-1 Lopez (12-5) Cochran-Gill (4-2) Barrios (4)8/19 @JXN PPD (Rain)8/20 @JXN W, 5-1 Houser (2-0) Unsworth (2-6)8/20 @JXN L, 4-0 Kittredge (2-1) Hader (1-2)8/21 @JXN8/22 @JXN

    © 2015 BILOXI SHUCKERS  | www.BILOXISHUCKERS.com PAGE

    RECORD BREAKDOWN

    SIDE-BY-SIDE STAT COMPARISON(SL Rank)

    Stat

    .256 (6) AVG .245 (9)485 (6) RUNS 444 (8)

    48 (9) HR 57 (8)199 (4) 2B 203 (3)30 (9) 3B 34 (5)113 (4) SB 90 (5)3.26 (1) ERA 4.61 (10)946 (2) SO 841 (7)418 (4) LOW BB 442 (8)34 (T4) SV 32 (9)

     Average ................. Orlando Arcia, .2Hits .........................Orlando Arcia, 1Home Runs..............Nick Ramirez, 1RBI...........................Nick Ramirez, 6Stolen Bases ..........Orlando Arcia, 2Wins ............................ Jorge Lopez, ERA ......................... Jorge Lopez, 2Strikeouts.................. Jorge Lopez, 1WHIP ....................... Jorge Lopez, 1Saves ................. Damien Magnico,

    TEAM LEADERS (SL RAN

    Current Record: .....................................6Streak .....................................................Last 10 Games: ......................................Long Winning Streak: ................... ..........Long Losing Sttreak: ...............................Home (MGM Park): ................... .............1Home (Joe Davis): ..................................Home (Other): .................... .....................Road .................... ..................... ............. 3

     August ................................................. .

    North Home Road To

    Birmingham 3-2 (5) 3-2 (5) 6-4

    Chattanooga 1-3 (5) 3-1 (5) 4-4

    Jackson (TN) 3-2 (5) 4-4 (10) 7-6

    Montgomery 3-1 (4) 1-4 (5) 4-5

    Tennessee 0-0 (5) 3-2 (5) 3-2

    Totals: 10-8 (25) 14-13 (30) 24-

    South Home Road To

    Jacksonville 8-2 (10) 3-2 (5) 11

    Mississippi 6-7 (13) 4-1 (10) 10

    Mobi le 6-6 (17) 4-6 (10) 10-

    Pensacola 3-2 (5) 11-4 (15) 14Totals: 23-17 (40) 22-14 (45) 45-3

    VS. THE SOUTHERN LEAG

    2015 games will be aired on the inaugBiloxi Shuckers Radio Network:

    WPMO AM-1580 –Pascagoula-Moss Point

    WVGG AM-1440Lucedale

    WRBE FM-106.9Lucedale

    WMXI FM-98.1Hattiesburg/Laurel

    WRJW AM-1320Picayune

    UPCOMING GAMES AND PROBABLE PITCHERS (ALL TIMES ARE CENTRAL)Date - Time Opponent: Pitching Matchup:Aug 22 - 6:05 at Jackson LHP Hobbs Johnson (7-6, 3.45) vs. RHP Stephen Landazuri (1-4, 4.81)Aug 23 - 5:10 vs Mobile RHP Brooks Hall (7-8, 4.33) vs. RHP John Omahen (6-1, 3.10)Aug 24 - 6:40 vs Mobile RHP Jorge Lopez (12-5, 2.32) vs. TBDAug 25 - 6:40 vs Mobile RHP Adrian Houser (2-0, 2.86) vs. TBD

    TODAY’S GAME: Game 4 of a 5-game road series against the Jackson Gener-als (2-1)...3rd meeting against the Seattle Mariners’ Double-A afliate (7-6) andnal series of the year between the clubs in the regular season...are 16-8-1 inseries play...the Shuckers have the best overall record in the Southern Leagueat 69-51 with a .575 win percentage.

    TONIGHT’S STARTING PITCHER: 24-year-old RHP Tyler Wagner  makes his22nd Biloxi start and third start in search of his 10th win. The Las Vegas nativeranks among the Southern League leaders in ERA (3rd, 2.33), Wins (T-3rd, 9),complete games (T-2nd, 2), WHIP (2nd, 1.15), lowest BB/9 IP ratio (4th, 2.74)and fewest baserunners/9 IP ratio (2nd, 10.55). Wagner ranks 5th in the Brewersorganization with 103 strikeouts...The former Utah Ute tossed a 7-inning completegame shutout against Jackson at MGM Park on July 31...In his last start, he de-livered 7 shutout innings, scattering 6 hits with 2 walks and 4 strikeouts against

    Pensacola on Saturday. In his rst 3 August starts, he is 1-0 with a 2.04 ERA.• HOUSER AND HADER IMPRESS IN DOUBLEHEADER SPLIT:  The Shuck-ers settled for a doublheader split on Thursday in Jackson, taking the rst game,5-1 over the Generals , but dropping the nightcap, 4-0.• Starting pitchers Adrian Houser  and Josh Hader  combined for 10 innings, 16 strike-outs, 5 walks, 2 runs (1 earned) on 9 hits, but only Houser came away with a win.• The Shuckers used a pair of doubles from CF Brett Phillips (2x3, RBI, R) topace the offense, which scored a run in the rst and 4 in the 4th inning on RBI’sfrom Phillips, 3B Nathan Orf (1x2, R, RBI), DH Taylor Green (1x3, RBI) and CParker Berberet (0x1, RBI, BB).• Houser allowed just a run on 7 H, BB, 6 SO, now 2-0 with a 2.86 ERA in 4 starts.• In game 2, the Shuckers were shutout for the 12th time this season and picked up just2 hits in the rst inning from SS Orlando Arcia (1x3, 2B) and 3B Nathan Orf (1x2, BB).• Starter Josh Hader  set a season-high and matched a career-high with 10 strike-outs over 5 IP, UER, 4 BB and 99 pitches. Hader has allowed just an earned runover his last 2 starts, 11 IP, adding 17 strikeouts, but is 0-2 in those games.HEADING TOWARDS THE FINISH LINE:  The Shuckers have just 17 gamesremaining in the regular season, 10 at MGM Park...10 games remaining againstSouth Division opponents, Mobile (5g) and at Mississippi (5g).• HIP, HIP, JORGE! : RHP  Jorge Lopez became the rst Southern Leaguepitcher to record his 12th win in Monday’s 3-1 win at Jackson. The Cayey, PRnative tossed 7 scoreless frames, allowing a hit, 4 walks and struck out 9. Heno-hit the Generals through the rst 6.1 innings and improved to 12-5 on the yearwith a 2.32 ERA (131.2 IP/34 ER) with 39 walks and 128 strikeouts. In 4 starts inAugust, Lopez is 3-1 with a 0.93 ERA (29 IP/3 ER) with 11 walks and 30 strikeouts.• TOP GUN: OF Brett “Maverick” Phillips, also acquired in teh deal withHouston on 7/30 currently ranks among the minor league leaders in runs (1st,101), hits (4th, 153), extra-base hits (2nd, 64), total bases (2nd, 263) andtriples (T-1st, 14). Between Lancaster (66g), Corpus Christi (31g) and Biloxi(17g), batting .313, 16 HR, 34 2B, 14 3B, 75 RBI, 43 BB, 17 SB and .379 OBP.• AMAZING ARCIA:  Orlando Arcia  notched his league-leading 41st multi-hitgame on Tuesday (2nd in SL) and ranks 8th in the SL in batting (.299), 2nd inhits (133), 1st in 2B (34), 4th in XBH (44), 4th in TB (192), T-5th in runs (64).• Arcia has committed just 9 errors defensively this season in 107 games, 501chances, logging 327 assists and a part of 65 double plays.• MAGNIFICENT MAGNIFICO: Sunday, Damien Magnico recorded his 16thsave (16 of 18), 9th-straight and his 16 saves leads the Brewers farm system.

    *****************************SHUCK NOTES*******************************QUALITY STARTING PITCHING: Biloxi starting pitchers have 6 quality starts intheir last 9 outings and 49 for the season (more than total wins of JXN and JAX),starters, Jorge Lopez (x2), Adrian Houser (x2), Josh Hader (x2), Tyler Wagnerand Hobbs Johnson (x2) have allowed just 6 ER in 47 IP, a 1.15 ERA, notching54 strikeouts to 18 walks over those previous 9 outings. Biloxi pitching leads theleague in ERA (3.26), WHIP (1.24) and 2nd in SO (946).• ROACHE SNAPS SHUCKERS HOMERLESS STREAK:  Victor Roache snapped the Shuckers 10-game homerless streak with a solo shot on Sunday atMGM Park. Roache leads the Brewers farm system with 17 HR (7 with BLX) and 67RBI (32 with BLX). In 33 games at MGM Park, there have been 46 home runs (1.39per game), but only 13 by the Shuckers (0.39 per game).• DIVISION DOMINANCE: The Shuckers are 45-30 (.600) against SouthDivision opponents and 24-21 against opponents from the North.• PLAYING AL STYLE BASEBALL THIS WEEK:  The Shuckers are 48-31(.608) against NL affiliates this season and 21-19 against AL affiliate• VS. THE VOLUNTEER STATE: Biloxi has a 15-12 mark against opponents from TNand are 8-5 in games played in the state that is 112 miles wide, but stretches 432 miles.• SHUCKERS TO OPEN 2016 SEASON AT MGM PARK: The Shuckers willopen the 2016 season at MGM Park with a 7-game homestand featuring a5-game series with Chattanooga (MIN) and 2-game set with Mobile (ARI). Biloxiplays 85 games vs. South Division and 55 against the North Division...Pen-sacola appears on the schedule more than anyone at 25 times (10H, 15R) andBiloxi faces the in-state M-Braves 20 times (10H, 10R).• ARCIA TOPS NEW MLB PIPELINE BREWERS PROSPECT RANKING: MLB-Pipeline unveiled its new Milwaukee Brewers prospect rankings and Biloxi has 10 ofthe top-30 including the top spot in SS Orlando Arcia (also #14 in all of MLB). TheShuckers boast: Arcia (1), OF Brett Phillips (2), OF Tyrone Taylor (5), RHP JorgeLopez (9), LHP Josh Hader  (15), RHP Tyler Wagner (16), INF Yadiel Rivera (19),OF Victor Roache (22) RHP Adrian Houser  (28) and LHP Hobbs Johnson (29). • FIRST HALF CHAMPS: The Shuckers won the rst half title in the SL South. Thatofcially ended Mobile’s 3-year run of South rst half titles. The Shuckers host game1 and 2 of the South Division Series, September 10 and11 at MGM Park. If the Shuckers were to win the 2nd half,they would host Game 1, 2, 4 and 5 if necessary.• QUALITY FROM THE ROTATION: The starting rotationhas a league-best 49 quality starts this season and 34 inthe last 61 games. Biloxi starters have a 45-35 record anda 3.14 ERA this season with 570 strikeouts and 252 walks.

    Southern League Second Half Half Standings

    NORTH Rec GB SOUTH Rec GB

    Montgomery (TB) 32-20 -- Mobile (ARI) 28-21 --

    Birmingham (CWS) 29-23 3.0 Pensacola (CIN) 30-23 --

    Tennessee (CHC) 25-27 7.0 Mississippi (ATL) 29-23 0.5

    Chattanooga (MIN) 23-28 8.5 SHUCKERS (MIL) 26-26 3.5

    Jackson (SEA) 17-35 15.0 Jacksonville (MIA) 19-32 10.0

    Quality StartsTyler Wagner - 15Jorge Lopez - 14Brooks Hall - 7

    Hiram Burgos - 4Brent Suter - 4

    Hobbs Johnson - 3

    Biloxi Shuckers (MIL) 26-26 (69-51) at Jackson Generals (SEA) 17-35 (46-74)RHP Tyler Wagner (9-5, 2.33) vs. RHP Edwin Diaz (3-10, 4.59)

    Game #121/Road #63 | Friday August 21, 2015 | Ballpark at Jackson | 7:05 p.m.

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     SHUCKERS NOTES/ABOUT THE SHUCKERS

    © 2015 BILOXI SHUCKERS  | www.BILOXISHUCKERS.com PAGE

    WHO ARE THE SHUCKERS?: Formerly the Huntsville Stars, the new Biloxi professional baseball team re-vealed the new identity on November 24, 2014, as the Biloxi Shuckers took center stage during a ceremonyinside Biloxi’s historic Saenger Theatre. The team name was selected after nearly 60,000 votes were castafter the month-long “Name the Team” contest yielded six finalists. A tenacious oyster is the centerpiece ofthe identity, seen both in the club’s primary logo, home and alternate caps. The letters “BS” to make up theroad cap designation - the Biloxi Lighthouse logo, resiliently rising above historic storm waters. Gulf Blue,Sand, Coral, and Black make up the club’s new official colors, paying tribute to the Gulf Coast. The Shuckersare 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 44,578and 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 andtake a much-needed vacation.ABOUT MGM PARK: MGM Park opened its gates for the rst time on June 6, 2015 as Tyler Wagner (below) threw the rstpitch to Mobile’s Jack Reinheimer at 7:07 p,m. CT. The long wait ended and the 54-game road trip came to a close. MGMPark opened with a 5-4 win over the Mobile BayBears in 14 innings. The game lasted 4 hours, 26 minutes in front of a sold outcrowd of 5,065. Nick Shaw drove in pinch-runner Brent Suter from second to earn the walk-off win and christen the new home.• MGM Park is located off of Highway 90 and Interstate 110, adjacent to Beau Rivage Resort & Casino, MGM Park is withinwalking distance of downtown Biloxi and beaches of the Gulf Coast. The stadium, being built by the city of Biloxi, brokeground on January 24, 2014 and is being constructed by Architect Dale Partners P.A. of Biloxi and Yates Construction. MGMPark is 455,000 square feet and will seat 6,067 for baseball and up to 15,000 for concerts. Home plate will sit 21 feet abovesea level and currently the dimensions are LF- 326’, CF- 401’, RF- 326’.• MGM Park features a tiered Party Patio with 4Tops and premium seating for up to 100 persons or groups...12 LuxurySuites...the Mercedes Benz Club with capacity of 75 to 100...Two Party decks (rst base and third base) located on thesuite level with capacity of up to 50-75...Grass berm in right-center eld, one main gate located down the third-base line...centereld gate and two entrances on the concourse level.• MGM Park features two state of the art video boards in right eld and left eld. The right eld board is full-color LED and is32’ x 46’. A secondary board located in left eld is an LED display that is 14’ x 48’.• Ovations Food Services’ Everything’s Fresh™ approach will bring unique and seasonal menus to MGM Park. Fans willexperience customized menus that reect the regional avors of the Mississippi Gulf Coast including the Aw Shucks Grill™,Pearl’s Po Boys™, Beacon Burgers™, Barq’s Biloxi Creamery™, Biloxi Barbeque™ and Ballpark SHnacks™.

    PINCH HITTING

    Player AVG H AB HR

     Arcia N/A 0 0 0

    Berberet 1.000 1 1 0

    Fellhauer .545 6 11 0

    Green .286 2 7 0

    Macias .235 4 17 0

    Orf .250 1 4 0

    Phillips .000 0 1 0 Ramirez .200 1 5 1

    Roache .000 0 3 0

    Shaw .182 2 11 0

    Taylor .250 1 4 0

    Viramontes .000 0 0 0

    Weisenburger N/A 0 0 0

    Totals .253 20 79 1

    Player AVG H AB 2B 3B HR RBI Barnes .143 1 7 0 0 0 0

    Barreda .000 0 1 0 0 0 0

    Bradley .000 0 1 0 0 0 0

    Gagnon .000 0 2 0 0 0 0

    Hall .048 1 21 0 0 1 2

    Hader .000 0 3 0 0 0 0

    Houser .000 0 5 0 0 0 0

    Johnson .043 1 23 0 0 0 0

    Lopez .267 8 30 1 0 0 3

    Magnico .000 0 1 0 0 0 0

    Suter .364 4 11 0 0 0 0

    Viramontes .000 0 1 0 0 0 0

    Wagner .194 6 31 2 0 1 5

    Totals .145 21 145 3 0 2 11

    PITCHERS AT THE PLATE

      G/GS CS SBA CS% PB

    Weisenburger 78/76 27 62 .435 9

    Berberet 43/42 17 50 .340 5

    Totals: 124/118 45 113 .398 14

    CATCHER’S INFORMATION

    PitchersHobbs Johnson........................................................................@hojo3Jorge Lopez ........................ .......................... ....................... @yabieeDamien Magnico ....................... .......................... .......... @D_MagnoTyler Wagner .......................... .......................... ..........@_TylerWagneMartin Viramontes ...........................................................@martilious

    CatchersParker Berberet ...................... .......................... ................. @Parkcity Adam Weisenburger ........................ .......................... . @aweisenburg

    InfeldersOrlando Arcia .......................... .......................... ............ @orlandoarcia

    Nate Orf .......................... .......................... .......................... . @NateOrNick Ramirez .......................................................................@N_ram3Nick Shaw....................... .......................... .......................... .. @NShaw

    OutfeldersJosh Fellhauer ................................................................@The_Felly_Brett Phillips.................................................................@Brett_PhillipsVictor Roache ......................... .......................... ....... @_Heavy28HitteTyrone Taylor ................................................ ............... @Ty_roneTay

    CoachesCarlos Subero......................... .......................... ..................... @csube

    ShuckersOfcial Shuckers .......................... .......................... ..... @BiloxiShuckeBuck Rogers (General Manager)..........................................@BiloxiGChris Harris (Media/Broadcaster) ..................................... @CHarris7

    Year Team League Level*1927 Toledo Mud Hens American Association AA*1929 Toledo Mud Hens American Association AA

    1930 Washington Senators American League MLB1931 Washington Senators American League MLB1932 Washington Senators American League MLB**1933 Washington Senators American League MLB1934 Washington Senators American League MLB1935 Washington Senators American League MLB* . The Mud Hens won the 1927 Junior World Series under managerCasey Stengel (later of New York Yankees fame). In the spring of 1929,the Mud Hens returned for a second season of spring training in Biloxiand still were led by Stengel.** In 1933, Washington won its last American League pennant whiletraining in Biloxi that spring. No other Washington D.C. club in either the American or National League has won another on e since that season.

    Biloxi Stadium (on site of Keesler Air Force Base)Year Team League Level*1913 Detroit Tigers American League MLB1914 Detroit Tigers American League MLB

    1915 Detroit Tigers American League MLB**1920 Milwaukee Brewers American Association AA***1920’s Memphis Chicks Southern Association A1931 Baltimore Orioles International League AA1932 Baltimore Orioles International League AA1935 Atlanta Crackers Southern Association A1935 Albany (NY) Senators International League AA* The Tigers included such stars as Ty Cobb, manager Huey Jen-nings, Sam Crawford, George Moriarty and many others. The lateRay 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” discussesthe 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 becamethe St. Louis Browns. The American Association Milwaukee Brewerscontinues in the major league Milwaukee Brewers, which took its namefrom the 1902-1952 club.***The Chicks trained in Gulfport sometime between 1921 and 1930according to Ray M. Thompson’s article of April 18, 1958 on the Wash-ington Senators training at Biloxi.

    Gulfport Fairgrounds Ballpark

    Spring Training Sites

     Year League CLASS W-L Finish Manager Stadium1906 Gulfport Crabs/Cotton States League D 58-61 4th Lincoln Stickney, John Bolin, Earlie Miller  Gulfport Fairgrounds1907 Gulfport Crabs/Cotton States League D 68-67 4th George Leidy, Link Stickney Gulfport Fairgrounds1908 Gulfport-Biloxi Sand Crabs/Cotton States League D Gulfport Fairgrounds

    Point Comfort Park1926* Gulfport Tarpons/Cotton States League D 1H 31-31 5th Henry “Cotton” Knaupp, Gulfport Fairgrounds  2H 26-36 8th Jack Ryan, Clarence Nemitz1927 Gulfport Tarpons/Cotton States League D 1H 31-29 3rd Joe P. “Doc” Evans Gulfport Fairgrounds  2H 26-35 5th1928 Gulfport Tarpons/Cotton States League D 1H 34-21 2nd Henry “Cotton” Knaupp Gulfport Fairgrounds  2H 16-44 7th

    SHUCKERS ON TWITTER

    BILOXI BASEBALL HISTORY: Pro baseball is not totally new to the Gulf Coast, but it is the rst since 1908. TheGulfport-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 Brewersof the American Association (direct descendant of the current Brewers) trained in Gulfport. See below.

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     STARTING PITCHER

    Tyler Wagner | RHP | #3421 GS, 9-5, 2.33 ERABats: Right Throws: Right Height: 6-2 Weight: 202Opening Day Age: 24Residence: Las Vegas, NVSchool: University of Utah

    oday’s Start:  RHP Tyler Wagner makes his 22nd start of the 2015 season with the Biloxi Shuckers,nd 13th since coming back from the Milwaukee Brewers. The Shuckers are 13-8 in the right-hander’starts and the Las Vegas native has posted a team-high 15 quality starts.

    ast Outing: Wagner did not earn a decision in a 2-1, Shuckers’ loss against the Pensacola BlueWahoos on August 15. The 24-year-old tossed seven shutout innings, while giving up six hits, walking twond striking out four.

    s. Jackson: Friday will be Wagner’s third start of the season against the Generals. Wagner is 2-0

    hile holding Jackson to a .167 average in 13 innings. In his last start against the Generals on July 31,Wagner tossed a one-hitter in game one of a doubleheader and did not record an out on a yout (13

    roundouts, ve strikeouts).

    015: Wagner made his major-league debut on May 31 against the Arizona Diamondbacks.Pitched the rst complete game in franchise history on 4/10 at PNS in a rain-shortened 6-inning contest.

    Wagner allowed 1 unearned run on 5 hits and struck out 5, walking none in his rst start of 2015.Took a no-hitter through 5.1 innings on 5/2 vs. MOB in Huntsville and eventually settled for a no decisionlowing a run on 4 hits over 7.0 innings.Wagner allowed just 1 run over 9 innings during minor league spring training with 5 strikeouts and 4alks.Named Southern League midseason All-Star.

    014: He was a Florida State League midseason and postseason All-Star … Ranked among theague leaders in wins (T1st, 13), ERA (2nd, 1.86) and strikeouts (4th, 118)… Led Brewers minor leaguers

    wins and ranked second in ERA… Posted a 7-game winning streak from 6/9-8/2… Was named BrewersMinor League Pitcher of the Month for July (5 GS, 4-0, 0.51 ERA, 35.1 IP, 2 ER)… Opponents batted .221,hich tied for the second-lowest average by a starting pitcher in the FSL… Pitched for the Glendale Desertogs in the Arizona Fall League following the season.

    CAREER NOTES/MISCELLANEOUS9th-ranked prospect for Milwaukee according to Baseball AmericaWas a Midwest League All-Star last season at Class-A Wisconsin as he held opponents to a .201 BA with12 strikeouts in 107.0 inningsEarned First Team All-Mountain West Conference honors as a sophomore in 2011 at the University oftah… Holds the school records for saves in a season with 12 in 2011 and career saves (17)… Helpedad Bishop Gorman (NV) High School to the 2008 state title (41-3 record)… The team was ranked secondationally by Baseball America at the end of 2008.

    Year/Teams W/L ERA G GS CG SHO IP H R ER BB SO HR012 Helena-R 1-4 7.77 14 13 0 0 48.2 63 51 42 22 47 6

    013 Wisconsin-A- 10-8 3.21 27 25 1 1 148.2 129 59 53 56 116 10

    014 Brevard Co. A+ 13-6 1.86 25 25 1 0 150.0 118 41 31 48 118 10

    015 Biloxi-AA 9-5 2.33 21 21 2 1 131.1 111 40 34 40 103 6

    MILWAUKEE 0-0 12.27 1 1 0 0 3.2 9 5 5 1 2 1

    iLB Totals 33-23 3.01 87 84 3 1 478.2 421 191 160 166 384 32

    LB Totals 0-0 12.27 1 1 0 0 3.2 9 5 5 1 2 1

    Career Breakdown:

    2015 SEASON SPLITS (AA)HOME: 2-2, 1.51 ROAD: 7-3, 3.30

    vs. LH: .254, 2 HR vs. RH: .219, 4 HR

     Apri l: 4-0, 2.05, 14 K, 7 BB, .207 Opp. AVG

    May: 1-1, 1.99, 24 K, 8 BB, .248 Opp. AVG

    June: 1-1, 3.60, 15 K, 6 BB, .247 Opp. AVG

    July: 2-3, 2.25, 38 K, 11 BB, .222 Opp. AVG

     August: 1-0, 2.04, 12 K, 8 BB, .254 Opp. AVG

    ©2015 BILOXI SHUCKERS   | www.BILOXSHIS HUCKERS.com PAG

    Date Opp W-L ERA IP H R ER HR BB SO PC-S SC

    4/10 @PNS 1-0 0.00 6.0 5 1 0 0 0 4 72-49 W, 7-1

    4/17 @MOB 1-0 1.64 5.0 6 2 2 0 2 2 80-51 W, 4-2

    4/22 JAX 1-0 1.59 6.0 3 1 1 1 1 3 70-43 W,4-1

    4/27 @PNS 1-0 2.05 5.0 3 2 2 0 4 5 75-43 W, 8-2

    5/2 MOB 0-0 1.86 7.0 4 1 1 0 2 7 86-53 L, 3-1

    5/7 MIS 0-0 1.50 7.0 6 0 0 0 2 7 83-53 L, 4-0

    5/12 @JXN 1-0 1.93 6.0 6 3 3 0 1 4 84-54 W, 6-35/17 JAX 0-0 1.91 5.0 6 1 1 0 1 2 83-52 W, 2-1

    5/23 BIR 0-1 2.01 6.2 6 2 2 0 2 4 101-57 L, 2-0

    5/31 ARI 0-0 12.27 3.2 9 5 5 1 1 2 79-51 W, 7-6

    6/6 MOB 0-0 1.93 7.0 6 1 1 0 2 4 98-63 W, 5-4

    6/11 @MIS 0-1 2.43 6.0 6 5 5 0 3 6 97-58 L, 5-1

    6/26 @JAX 1-0 2.44 7.0 6 3 2 0 1 5 77-57 W, 7-3

    7/1 MIS 0-0 2.31 8.0 7 1 1 1 0 3 109-73 W, 2-1

    7/6 @MTG 0-1 2.35 6.1 6 4 2 0 1 7 90-59 L, 5-1

    7/11 @TNS 0-1 2.50 5.2 7 3 3 0 4 3 94-56 L, 6-1

    7/18 CHA 0-1 2.53 6.0 4 4 2 1 2 9 96-62 L, 5-3

    7/24 @PNS 1-0 2.53 7.0 7 2 2 1 1 11 89-61 W, 3-2

    7/31 JXN 1-0 2.38 7.0 1 0 0 0 3 5 90-58 W, 5-0

    8/5 @MOB 1-0 2.33 6.0 6 1 1 1 2 4 78-46 W, 6-2

    8/10 MIS 0-0 2.46 4.2 4 3 3 1 4 4 95-62 W, 5-4

    8/15 PNS 0-0 2.33 7.0 6 0 0 0 2 4 98-63 L, 2-1

    Totals (AA).234 9-5 2.33 131.1 111 40 34 6 40 103

    Totals (MLB) .500 0-0 12.27 3.2 9 5 5 1 1 2

    2015 STARTS

    Acquired: 4th Round, 2012Twitter: @_TylerWagner_Birthday: 1/24/91

    2015 SEASON HIGHS (AA)Long Outing: 8.0 (7/1 vs. Mississippi)

    Strikeouts: 11 (7/24 @Pensacola)

    Walks: 4 (2x, 7/11 @Tennessee)

    HR All’d: 1 (5x, 8/10 vs. Mississippi)

    Hits All’d: 7 (3x, 7/24 @Pensacola)

    Runs All’d: 5 (6/11 @Mississippi)

    Win Streak: 5 (4/10-5/12)

    Loss Streak: 3 (7/6-7/18)

    Record in Starts: 13-8

    Quality Starts: 15

    s. BATTERS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SOyler Bortnick .500 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0abari Henry .000 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2

    ordy Lara .167 6 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1yler Marlette .000 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0an Miller .000 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0ario Pizzano .333 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0derlin Rodriguez .000 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1ach Shank .000 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1yler Smith .000 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

    W/L ERA G GS IP H R ER BB SO HR Opp. Avg

    2-0 2.08 2 2 13.0 7 3 3 4 9 0 .167

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    JED BRADLEY | LHP | #43  0-1, 4.09 ERA, .294 BAA, 0 SV  RESIDES: HUNTSVILLE, AL  AGE: 25SUMMARY

    Games ...........................................................................18SV/Opp ..................................................................0/0Holds ........................................................................0vs. LHB ..................294 AVG, 4 ER, 10 H, HR, BB, 4 SOvs. RHB ....................294 AVG, 6 ER, 15 H, 5 BB, 13 SO

    SEASON HIGHSnnings Pitched .......................... 2.0 (5x, 8/20, at JXN)Strikeouts ...................................... 2 (6x, 8/20, at JXN)Walks ........................................................2 (7/6, at MTG)Hits .................... ....................... .................. 4 (7/20, MOB)Earned Runs.................... ....................... .... 2 (7/17, CHA)

    • Selected by Milwaukee in the rst round (15th overall) of the 2011 First-Year Player Draft (Georgia Tech).• 2015- 1-3, 10.18 ERA in 16 games (1 start) with Colorado Springs (Pacic Coast League, AAA): 24 runs- 23 earned- in innings with 10 walks and 13 strikeouts.• In 2014, went a combined 10-10 with a 3.91 ERA in 27 starts (147.1ip, 64er) between Class-A Brevard County and Dou A Huntsville... was a Florida State League midseason All-Star... earned Florida State League Pitcher of the Week honorstwice (4/14-4/20 and 5/5-5/11)... was promoted to Huntsville on 5/26.• In 2013, was placed on the disabled list on 7/25 with left shoulder impingement syndrome and missed the remainder of season.• In 2012, Entered the season as the third-best prospect in the Brewers organization according to Baseball America... did not allow an earned run over his rst 3 starts at Class-A Brevard County (19ip, 10h, 1r, 0er, 3bb, 18k)...allowed his earned run of the season in the third inning of his fourth start on 4/23 at Clearwater (21ip).

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    PITCHER LAST APP. IP,H,R,ER,BB,K LAST WIN LAST SAVE LAST LOSS SV/OPP RI/STRANDED

    3 - Barnes (RHP) Sat 8/15 vs PNS 1.0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 2 7/31 vs JXN G2 8/2 at MOB 0/1 4-23 - Barreda (RHP) Wed 8/13 vs PNS 1.0, 1, 1, 1, 0, 1 6/20 vs MTG 0/1 9-3

    5 - Barrios (RHP) Tues 8/18 at JXN 2.0, 2, 1, 1, 1, 0 8/18 at JXN 4/4 1-1

    3 - Bradley (LHP) Thur 8/20 at JXN 2.0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 2 7/17 vs CHA 8-6

    1 - Gagnon (RHP) Sun 8/16 vs PNS 4.0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 5 8/16 vs PNS

    0- Hall (RHP) Fri 8/14 vs PNS 3.0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 0 6/14 at MIS 8/8 vs MIS

    2 - Magnico (RHP) Sun 8/16 vs PNS 2.0, 1, 1, 1, 0, 1 8/11 vs MIS 8/1 vs JXN 14/16 5-5

    8 - Viramontes (RHP) Thur 8/20 at JXN 1.0, 3, 3, 3, 2, 0 8/3 at MOB 4-3

    BULLPEN BRIEFS/LAST OUTING

    PITCHING/BULLPEN NOTES

    W L ERA G CG SHO IP H R ER BB SO HR Hits/At-Bats AVG Q/S SVO Holds IR Score

    Starters 43 34 3.21 117 3 1 628.0 537 257 224 243 545 40 537 2294 .234 48 - - - -

    Relievers 24 16 3.42 114 - - 395.1 329 167 150 163 373 31 329 1440 .228 33 47 33 98 39

    TOTALS 67 50 3.29 117 3 1 1023.1 866 424 374 406 918 71 866 3734 .232 33 21 33 98 39

    JACOB BARNES | RHP | #23  3-5, 3.29 ERA, .264 BAA, 0 SV  RESIDES: LYNN HAVEN, FL  AGE: 25SUMMARY

    Games ...........................................................................32SV/Opp ..................................................................0/2Holds ........................................................................4vs. LHB ..................309 AVG, 7 ER, 29 H, 13 BB, 20 SOvs. RHB .....237 AVG, 17 ER, 36 H, 2 HR, 12 BB, 50 SO

    SEASON HIGHSnnings Pitched .............................. 5.0 (3x, 5/18, JAX)Strikeouts .............. .. 6 (4/26, at PNS and 5/13, at JXN)Walks ................................3 (4/26, at PNS and 5/8, MIS)Hits ...........................................................8 (5/13, at JXN)Earned Runs.......................................3 (4x, 7/5, at MTG)

    • Selected by Milwaukee in the 14th round of the 2011 First-Year Player Draft.• 2015: JUNE: 7 G, 0-0, 0.93 ERA, 1 run on 8 hits in 9.2 innings, 10 SO/5 BB, .222 OBA - 10 IP scoreless over 7G fro

    6/5-7/3...• In 2013, Ranked tied for fth in the Florida State League in wins (9).• Earned Honorable Mention All-State honors as a senior at St. Petersburg (FL) High School in 2008.

    MANNY BARREDA | RHP | #13 1-0, 3.44 ERA, .200 BAA, 0 SV  RESIDES: AMADO, AZ  AGE: 26SUMMARY

    Games ...........................................................................25SV/Opp ..................................................................0/2Holds ........................................................................3vs. LHB .............077 AVG, 2 ER, 3 H, HR, 10 BB, 13 SOvs. RHB ......253 AVG, 12 ER, 23 H, 4 HR, 11 BB, 30 SO

    SEASON HIGHSnnings Pitched ............ 3.0 (6/6, MOB and 6/20, MTG)Strikeouts........................................... 5 (7/23, at PNS)Walks ........................................................4 (7/7, at MTG)Hits ..............................................................3 (6/18, MTG)Earned Runs.............................................4 (7/5, at MTG)

    • Signed by Milwaukee to a minor-league contract on 7/17/14.• Was originally selected by the New York Yankees in the 12th round of the 2007 First-Year Player Draft.• 2015- 0-0, 15.43 ERA in 3 games with Tijuana (Mexican League, AAA): 4 runs in 2.1 innings with 2 walks and 3 strikeou• 2015- 0-0, 0.00 ERA in 3 games with Brevard County (Florida State League, A+): Unearned run in 4.0 innings with a waand 3 strikeouts.• In 2014, released by New York-AL on 7/15.....signed a minor-league contract with Milwaukee on 7/17.....pitched for Culi

    in the Mexican Pacic League following the season (28g, 2-1, 4.02 ERA, 31.1ip, 14er).• In 2013, pitched for Culiacan in the Mexican Pacic League following the season (8g, 2-0, 2.08 ERA, 8.2ip, 2er).• In 2012, pitched for Manati in the Puerto Rican Winter League following the season (18g, 0-1, 5.40 ERA, 6sv, 18.1ip, 11• In 2011, recorded 82 strikeouts in 74.0 innings pitched.....began the season as a reliever, going 4-2 with a 4.45 ERA in 39 appeances (54.2ip, 27er).....was moved to the starting rotation in early August and went 0-1 with a 4.66 ERA in 6 starts (19.1ip, 10er).

     YHONATHAN BARRIOS | RHP | #25  1-1, 2.38 ERA, .256 BAA, 4 SV  RESIDES: CARTAGENA, CO  AGE: 23SUMMARY

    Games .............................................................................9SV/Opp ..................................................................4/4Holds ........................................................................1vs. LHB .......................364 AVG, 2 ER, 4 H, HR, BB, SOvs. RHB ..................... .... ..219 AVG, ER, 7 H, 2 BB, 8 SO

    SEASON HIGHSnnings Pitched ........... 2.0 (8/9, MIS and 8/18, at JXN)Strikeouts................................................. 3 (8/9, MIS)Walks .................................................1 (3x, 8/18, at JXN)

    Hits .....................................................2 (4x, 8/18, at JXN)Earned Runs..................... ....................... ... 2 (8/15, PNS)

    • Acquired by Milwaukee in trade with Pittsburgh Pirates for Aramis Ramirez and cash (7/23/15)• 4-for-4 in rst 4 SV ops with BLX...held opponents scoreless in rst 7G and 9.0 IP. Gave up 2-out 2R HR to Jesse Winkon 8/15 (on 99 MPH 2-2 pitch) and suffered rst loss.• Before trade, split season between AA Altoona (20 games, 0-1, 1.46 ERA, 10 SV) and AAA Indianapolis (13 games, 1-2, 4.60 1 SV)...went a combined 1-3 with a 2.68 ERA and 11 saves in his 33 relief appearances (40.1 IP, 36 H, 15 R, 12 ER, 17 BB, 21 S1 HR).• Was promoted to AAA Indianapolis from Altoona for the rst time on June 11 and made his debut two days later. Barrios appeain two Major League Spring Training games for Pittsburgh in 2015, striking out 4 and earning a save over 2.0 IP.• Began professional career as an inelder, was originally signed by Pittsburgh as a NDFA on July 5, 2008. He converted to pitcin 2013. He led all Pirates farmhands in saves (15) in ‘14 while pitching at Class-A West Virginia (26 games, 4 saves) and ClassBradenton (15 games, 11 saves).

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    MARTIN VIRAMONTES | RHP | #18  0-1, 6.97 ERA, .329 BAA, 0 SV RESIDES: CINCINNATI, OH AGE: 26 SUMMARY

    Games ...........................................................................31

    SV/Opp ..................................................................0/0Holds ........................................................................0vs. LHB ....................283 AVG, 8 ER, 17 H, 9 BB, 10 SOvs. RHB .....357 AVG, 24 ER, 35 H, 3 HR, 19 BB, 13 SO

    SEASON HIGHSnnings Pitched ............................... 3.0 (7/12, at TNS)Strikeouts............ ............. .............. .......... 3 (8/9, MIS)Walks .................... ....................... ........... 4 (7/23, at PNS)Hits ......................................4 (6/1, at BIR and 8/11, MIS)Earned Runs...............................................6 (6/1, at BIR)

    • Drafted by Milwaukee in the 28th round of the 2012 draft (Southern Cal).• Finished July with a 2.08 ERA (13,0 IP/3 ER), 9 SO, 7 BB and held opponents to a .209 BAA. (April, 3

    May, 11.25/June, 7.56)• In 2014, limited opponents to a .210 batting average with A+ Brevard Co.• In 2013, went 1-2 with a 4.38 ERA and 1 save in 19 games (4 starts) between A- Wisconsin and the R ArizoBrewers… Held opponents to a .220 batting average… on the DL at Wisconsin with a back strain from 5/1-5/and with a sprained right elbow from 7/10-8/15.• Spent 4 seasons at Loyola Marymount University and held senior athletic status at USC after utilizing a meredshirt in 2009...he was drafted in the 27th round of the 2010 draft by the New York Yankees.• Earned Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention honors at USC and led team with 5 saves.

    DAMIEN MAGNIFICO | RHP | #32  4-1, 1.39 ERA, .205 BAA, 16 SV  RESIDES: MESQUITE, TX  AGE: 24SUMMARYGames ...........................................................................35SV/Opp ..............................................................16/18Holds ........................................................................0vs. LHB ..................235 AVG, 2 ER, 16 H, 10 BB, 13 SOvs. RHB .........184 AVG, 5 ER, 18 H, 2 HR, 8 BB, 19 SO

    SEASON HIGHSnnings Pitched .................................... 2.1 (5/21, BIR)Strikeouts............ ........... 3 (6/3, at BIR and 6/5 at BIR)Walks .................... ....................... ................ 3 (8/10, MIS)Hits ................................................................3 (5/21, BIR)Earned Runs..................... ..................... 2 (4/18, at MOB)

    • Selected by Milwaukee in the 5th round of the 2012 draft (Oklahoma).• Named Southern League Midseason All-Star...logged back-to-back saves (11 and 12) on 7/9-10 at TNS• Streak of 7-straight saves and 11.2 scoreless innings from 6/27-8/4...converted 14 of 16 SV opps...has set career highs in gamand saves.• 30th-ranked prospect in the Brewers’ organization according to Baseball America.• Named 2015 Southern League midseason All-Star.• In 2014, was a Florida State League midseason All-Star… Led the Florida State League in shutouts (2) and tied for the league lead incomplete games (2)• In 2013, went 5-3 with a 4.57 ERA in 21 games (18 starts) between Class-A Wisconsin and Class-A Brevard County… Was named to Midwest League midseason All-Star team.• Attended Howard Junior College for two seasons (2010-11) and transferred to the University of Oklahoma for his junior season in 2012

    BROOKS HALL | RHP | #20  7-8, 4.33 ERA, .254 BAA, 0 SV  RESIDES:  ANDERSON, SC  AGE: 25SUMMARY

    Games ...........................................................................22SV/Opp .....................................................................--Holds ........................................................................2vs. LHB .... .253 AVG, 18 ER, 40 H, 2 HR, 12 BB, 32 SOvs. RHB .....255 AVG, 30 ER, 56 H, 6 HR, 12 BB, 44 SO

    SEASON HIGHSnnings Pitched ................................ 8.0 (6/14, @MIS)Strikeouts............ ............. .............. ........ 7 (6/8, MOB)Walks ........................................................3 (7/4, @MTG)Hits .................... ....................... .................... 9 (5/17, JAX)Earned Runs....................8 (5/17, JAX and 6/29, at JAX)

    • Selected by Milwaukee in the 4th round of the 2009 draft (T.L. Hannah HS, SC).• In 2015, started the inaugural game for the Biloxi Shuckers, hurling ve innings of shutout baseball in a 4-0 win over the Pensacola Blue WahooNamed Southern League Midseason All-Star ... Named Brewers Minor League Pitcher of the Month for April (3-0, 1.23 ERA (22IP, 3GS, 5 BB, 18 SO)... Named Southern League Pitcher of the Week for June 8-June 14 (2-0, 0.60 ERA (15IP, ER) 2 GS, 2 BB, 12 SO)... earned hishold as part of a 3-hit shutout tossing 3.0 scoreless innings on 8/4 at MOB...Pitched 9 innings over the course of spring training and did not allow and struck out 11 with just 1 walk and 7 hits. Hall continued his scoreless streak going into the regular season, tossing ve innings of shutout basagainst Pensacola.• In 2014, went 2-1 with a 2.77 ERA in 5 starts at Double-A Huntsville… Was placed on Huntsville’s disabled list on 4/26 with right elbow irritatio(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 8games (2 starts).• Graduated from T.L. Hanna (SC) High School, where he also played basketball... Committed to play at the University of South Carolina before swith the Brewers...Goes by his middle name rather than his rst name, Steven.....his father, James, gave himthe middle name of Brooks after his favorite baseball player, Hall of Famer Brooks Robinson.

    DREW GAGNON | RHP | #  1-0, 7.88 ERA, .290 BAA, 0 SV  RESIDES: BRENTWOOD, CA  AGE: 25SUMMARY

    Games .............................................................................3SV/Opp .....................................................................--Holds ........................................................................0vs. LHB .......................286 AVG, ER, 2 H, HR, BB, 2 SOvs. RHB .................292 AVG, 6 ER, 7 H, HR, 2 BB, 7 SO

    SEASON HIGHSnnings Pitched .................................. 4.0 (8/16, PNS)

    Strikeouts............ ............. .............. ....... 5 (8/16, PNS)Walks ..............................................................2 (8/7, MIS)Hits ..................................................................6 (8/7, MIS)Earned Runs...................................................4 (8/7, MIS)

    • Selected by Milwaukee in the third round of the 2011 First-Year Player Draft (Long Beach State University).• In 2014, Was a Southern League midseason All-Star... Tied for the Southern League lead in starts (28) and ranked among the leaders in innings pitch(5th, 154.2)... Surrendered a league-high tying 18 HR... Led Brewers minor leaguers in innings pitched... Was named Southern League Pitcher of the for 5/12-5/18... Opponents batted just .239.• In 2013, went a combined 7-13 with a 5.43 ERA in 26 starts (129.1ip, 78er) between Class-A Brevard County and Double-A Huntsville... Was namedFlorida State League Pitcher of the Week for 4/29-5/5.• In 2013, went a combined 7-3 with a 2.83 ERA in 25 starts between Class-A Wisconsin and Class-A Brevard County... Held opponents to a .223 battierage...Was a Midwest League All-Star... Named Brewers Minor League Co-Pitcher of the Month for April (5gs, 2-0, 0.64era) along with RHP Hiram Bu• In 2011, earned his rst professional save in his only career relief appearance on 7/27 in a 10-3 win vs. Casper (3ip, 2h, 1r, 1er, 1bb, 6k).• Attended Long Beach State University for three seasons.....earned Second Team All-Big West honors in 2010.....pitched for the Brewster Whitecaps Cape Cod League in the summer of 2010.....was named as the Eastern Division starting pitcher for the Cape Cod All-Star Game at Fenway Park.....ea All-County (East Bay) honors as a senior at Liberty (CA) High School.....was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 10th round of the 2008 First-Year Draft, but did not sign.

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    ORLANDO ARCIA | INF | #2 .299, 5 HR, 58 RBI, 23 SB RESIDES: ANACO, VENEZUELA AGE: 21SUMMARY

    Last Game ......................................................1x3, 2BCurrent Series .....................4x11, RBI, 2 2B, SB, CSPrevious Series .................5x20, 2 RBI, R, 2B, 3 SO, SBStreak/Long .....................................4G/10G (8 of 12)vs. LHP .. (.386) 27x70, 8 RBI, 8 2B, 2 3B, 4 BB, IBB, 6 SOvs. RHP ..(.283) 106x375, 5 HR, 50 RBI, 26 2B, 3 3B, 21 BB, 56 SO

    SEASON HIGHSHits .................................................. 3 (14x, 8/9, MIS)Runs................. .............. ............. ....... 3 (5/30, at CHA)

    RBI ................................. 3 (4/9, at PNS and 7/9, at TNS)HR .................... ....................... .............. 1 (5x, 7/15, CHA)Stolen Bases ......................................2 (4x, 8/3, at MOB)

    • Signed by Milwaukee as a non-drafted free agent on November 22, 2010• Walk-off 2B on 8/9 in 10th inning scoring Orf and 7-6 comeback win over MIS at MGM Park (6th walk-off)...had GW hit the next day, 8/1MIS as well in 5-4 comeback win to even series.• Named Southern League Midseason All-Star (0-3)...Played in Futures Game on 7/12 ( entered in 6th, 0-2, def assist)2015: Went 3x4 w/ 2 2B, R and 3 RBI on Opening Night (4/9 at PNS)...reached in each of Biloxi’s rst 16 games batting .440 (22x50) withdoubles, a triple, home run, 8 RBI, 7 walks and had a .517 OBP...8G hit streak 4/18-4/25...7G hit streak 4/29-5/6...had 22G on-base streak4/29-5/22 (T-2nd longest in SL)... 1st HR in MGM Park History (6/8, 6th, One on)... Named 2015 Southern League midseason All-Star... NSouthern League Hitter of the Week (5/25-5/31).• No. 2 prospect according to Baseball America, No. 1 on MLB Pipeline and No. 89 overall in March.• Youngest player on the Shuckers Opening Day roster (turns 21 in August)• In 2014, was the No. 7 prospect according to BA.  Led Florida State League in hits (144), fourth in stolen bases (31) and eighth in battingaverage (.289). Named FSL Player of the Week 6/23-6/29. Career-high ve hits against the Lakeland Flying Tigers (5/5, 2 R, 2 2B, 3B, 5 RBIs, S

    Promoted to AA Huntsville for playoffs (5x18, 2B, 3B and 3 RBI)...Played in 55 games for Anzoategui in the Venezuelan Winter League, batti.265 with 7 HR and 28 RBIs.• In 2013, had third-best strike out rate in the Midwest League at once every 12.15 PA.• Older brother, Oswaldo, is an outelder for the Minnesota Twins.

    PARKER BERBERET | C | #21 .199, 0 HR, 18 RBI, 2 SB RESIDES: YORBA LINDA, CA AGE: 25SUMMARY

    Last Game ...................................... 0x1, RBI, BB, SOCurrent Series ................................ 0x1, RBI, BB, SOPrevious Series ................ 2x5, 3 RBI, R, 2B, 2 BB, SBStreak/Long ............................................................0G/8Gvs. LHP ..............(.190) 4x21, 5 RBI, 2B, 3B, 4 BB, 5 SOvs. RHP .......(.200) 24x120, 13 RBI, 4 2B, 10 BB, 27 SO

    SEASON HIGHSHits ..............................................2 (5x, 7/12, at TNS)Runs..................................................1 (9x, 8/16, PNS)RBI ...........................................................3 (5/13, at JXN)HR ....................................................................................0

    Stolen Bases .......................1 (5/10, MIS and 8/13, MIS)

    • Selected by Milwaukee in 25th Round of the 2011 draft (Oregon State)• 2015: Went 1x3 w/ 2 RBI on 5/8 vs MIS...stole rst base of season on 5/10 vs MIS• Had RBI’s in 3 straight games from 5/13-5/18 and had 9 RBIs on his rst 8 hits of the season• 8-game hit streak from 5/8-61• In 2014, hit .277 with 2 HR and 17 RBIs in 51 games with Brevard County.• 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).• Around the time he was drafted, has said he wanted to pursue a career in reghting after his baseball day

    TAYLOR GREEN | INF | #5 .237, 5 HR, 41 RBI, 1 SB RESIDES: COMOX, BC, CANADA AGE: 28SUMMARY

    Last Game ..........................................1x3, RBI, 2 SOCurrent Series ....................................1x3, RBI, 2 SOPrevious Series ..................3x16, 2 RBI, 2 R, 2 2B, SOStreak/Long ..................... ....................... ................ 2G/6Gvs. LHP .................(.200) 9x45, 6 RBI, 2 2B, 3 BB, 8 SOvs. RHP .(.244) 61x250, 5 HR, 35 RBI, 12 2B, 17 BB, 33 SO

    SEASON HIGHSHits ........................................................3 (5/17, JAX)Runs................. .............. ... 2 (5/21, BIR and 7/28, JXN)RBI ........................................................3 (4x, 6/18, MTG)HR ..........................................................1 (5x, 7/28, JXN)Stolen Bases ..................................................1 (8/7, MIS)

    • Drafted by Milwaukee in the 25th round of the 2005 draft (Cypress College).• Homered and had GW single in the 12th on 5/21 vs BIR in a 5-4 walk-off (2x5, 2 RBI)• In 2014, was placed on the disabled list on 7/4 with left hip inammation and missed the remainder of theseason… Was re-signed to a minor-league contract on 10/27.• In 2013, Participated in the 2013 World Baseball Classic for Team Canada… Appeared in three games andbatted .286 (4-for-14)… Missed the entire season with a left hip labral injury… Underwent surgery in April… Won the 15-day disabled list from 3/26-5/15… Transferred to the 60-day DL on 5/16… Was outrighted to TripleNashville on 10/3… Was re-signed to a minor-league contract with an invite to Spring Training on 10/21.• From 2011-’12, had stints in the Major Leagues with the Brewers in 2011 (20 G) and 2012 (58 G)… Ma30 starts (14 G at 1B, 11 G at 3B, 4 G at 2B, 1 G at DH)… Was on the 2011 postseason roster for Milwakee, appearing off the bench in both the NLDS (1 G) and NLCS (2 G)… Was selected to the 2011 All-PacCoast League Team… Named Brewers Minor League Player of the Year in 2011 (123 G, .336/22/91).

    JOSH FELLHAUER | OF | #7  .248, 2 HR, 17 RBI, 6 SB RESIDES: RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA AGE: 27SUMMARY

    Last Game ..............................................0x1, BB, SOCurrent Series .............................. 2x5, BB, 2 SO, SBPrevious Series .................................1x7, 2B, BB, 2 SOStreak/Long ............................................................0G/5Gvs. LHP ..............................(.143) 3x21, RBI, 4 BB, 7 SOvs. RHP .(.266) 33x124, 2 HR, 16 RBI, 7 2B, 17 BB, 23 SO

    Season HighsHits ...............................................2 (3x, 8/6, at MOB)Runs............... .............. .... 2 (6/19, MTG and 8/9, MIS)RBI ........................................................2, (3x, 7/31, JXN)HR ...................................1 (6/25, at JAX and 7/15, CHA)Stolen Bases ..................................................2 (7/3, MIS)

    • Drafted by Cincinnati in the 7th round of the 2009 draft (Cal State Fullerton)... Acquired from Cincinnati in exchfor cash considerations on 7/18/14.• 2015: Placed on Temp Inactive List on 4/18 and returned on 5/30, GW single in the 10th on 7/2 vs. MIS (2-1 scoring Sh• JUNE: Hit .304 w/ 2 2B, HR, 5 RBI, 10 BB, 3 SB and .441 OBP in 17 G.• In 2014, hit .263/0/23 between AAA Louisville (9 G), AA Pensacola (34 G) and AA Huntsville (39 G).• In 2013, hit .267/4/28 between Louisville (93 G) and Pensacola (8 G).• In 2012, named a Southern League midseason and postseason All-Star … Ranked among the Southern League leaers in batting average (2nd, .314) and on-base percentage (2nd, .409)… Was the Topps Southern League Player of thMonth for August (.372/1/14).• In 2011, Batted a combined .280/5/53 with10 stolen bases in 127 games with Class-A Bakerseld and Double-A CarolinWas named a California League midseason All-Star.• Was a member of the US National Team that went 24-0 en route to the FISU World Championship gold medal in the CzRepublic… Father, Robert, was a former sixth-round draft pick of the Oakland A’s and his grandfather, Richard, pitched fo

    NATHAN ORF | INF | #4 .274, 2 HR, 39 RBI, 5 SB RESIDES: ST. CHARLES, MO AGE: 25SUMMARY

    Last Game ................................................... 1x2, BB, SOCurrent Series ......................3x8, 2 RBI, R, BB, 2 SOPrevious Series ....................3x11, 2 R, 2B, 6 BB, 3 SOStreak/Long ... 3G/12G (Reached safely in 32 of last 37)vs. LHP ...(.308) 20x65, HR, 6 RBI, 5 2B, 3B, 10 BB, 15 SOvs. RHP (.267) 86x322, HR, 33 RBI, 19 2B, 3 3B, 44 BB, 53 SO

    SEASON HIGHSHits .................................................3 (5x, 7/18, CHA)Runs...................................................... 3 (6/19, MTG)RBI .................... ....................... ................ 4 (6/29, at JAX)HR ..................................1 (6/18, MTG and 6/29, at JAX)Stolen Bases .....................................1 (5x, 6/29, at JAX)

    • Signed by Milwaukee as a non-drafted free agent on June 4, 2013 (Baylor).• 2015: 12-game hitting streak from 5/25-6/7...drove in 2 R and scored the GW run on 5/29 at CHA.• Hit rst HR on 6/18 vs. MTG...Logged a career-high 4 RBI and went 2x3, 2B, HR, 4 RBI on 6/28 at JAX• JUNE: Hit .299 with w/ 4 2B, 2 3B, 2 HR, 9 RBI, 14 BB, 2 SB and .404 OBP reaching in 21 of 23 G.• 2014 Florida State League All-Star  (.288/2/43)… Led FSL in HBP (22), 2nd in OBP (.388) and 9th in AVG (.288)… 13-game hitting streak from 6/17-6/29 (26/57, .456/1/5)… Hit .369 off of lefties (41/111). Played all nine positions in the nalgame of the season.• In 2013, hit .312/0/24 with Helena (43 G).• Graduated from Baylor University with a bachelor’s degree in communications… Was a 2013 First Team All-Big 12 selectioEarned 2013 Second Team Academic All-Big 12 honors… Named 2012 Big 12 Conference Newcomer of the Year and FirstTeam All-Big 12 honors… Transferred from the University of Illinois at Chicago, where he played his rst two collegiate seas(2009-10)… Earned First Team All-State honors as a senior in high school… Helped lead Francis Howell (MO) High School runner-up nish at the 2008 state championship… Was a running back and safety on his high school football team.

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    NICK RAMIREZ | INF | #14  .249, 13 HR, 61 RBI, 2 SB RESIDES: ANAHEIM, CA AGE: 26SUMMARY

    Last Game ..............................................................1x3, RCurrent Series ............................................................1x7, R, SOPrevious Series .....................3x14, RBI, R, 2 BB, 4 SOStreak/Long ............................................................1G/8Gvs. LHP ... (.238) 15x63, HR, 12 RBI, 3 2B, 8 BB, 19 SOvs. RHP . (.251) 83x331, 12 HR, 49 RBI, 16 2B, 50 BB, 84 SO

    SEASON HIGHSHits ...........................4 (5/13, at JXN and 6/3, at BIR)Runs............... .............. .............. .... 3 (3x, 7/5, at MTG)RBI ..............................................................6 (6/19, MTG)HR .................................................................2 (5/3, MOB)Stolen Bases ...............1 (7/5, at MTG and 7/10, at TNS)

    • Drafted by Milwaukee in the 4th Round 2011 draft (Cal State Fullerton).• Named Southern League Midseason All-Star • 2015: Hit rst HR in franchise history on 4/11 at PNS (as PH in 7th off of C. Gonzalez)...2-HR game on 5/3 vs MOB in HVL (4th career)...4 hit game on 5/13 at JXN (4x6, 3R, 2 RBI) and 6/3 at BIR (4x5, HR, 2 RBI)...• Hit 11th HR on 7/5 at MTG, has hit 11 HR+ in all 5 pro seasons (2011 (11), 2012 (16), 2013 (19), 2014 (19).• In 2014, hit .231/19/82 with Huntsville… Southern League midseason and postseason All-Star. 82 RBIs led Southern League… Twith 19 HR. Led league in SO (152). SL Player of the Week for 4/28-5/4.• In 2013, hit .258/19/81 with Brevard County… Florida State League All-Star… Won FSL HR Derby… Tied Brevard County’s single-seHR record with Hunter Morris (2011)… T-2nd in HR (19)… T-3rd in H (129)… Fourth in RBIs (81)… Fifth in XBH (49)… Led league in SO(171)… FSL PotW 7/8-7/14… 14-game hitting streak from 7/28-8/11.• In 2012, hit .248/16/70 with Wisconsin… Fractured the hamate bone in his right hand during Spring Training on 3/22 and missed the rpart of the season… Still led Wisconsin in HR and RBI even though he played in just 96 games.• In 2011, hit .369/8/30 with Helena (23 G)… .197/3/23 with Wisconsin (36 G)… Homered in ve consecutive games with Helena fro7/16-7/21 (6 total HR during that span)… Twice earned Pioneer League Player of the Week honors, July 11-17 and July 18-24.• Teammates with Josh Fellhauer while playing at Cal State Fullerton

      YADIEL RIVERA | INF | #13  .301, 1 HR, 13 RBI, 8 SB RESIDES: CAGUAS, PR AGE: 23SUMMARY

    Last Game ............................................................0x2Current Series .......................................0x8, R, BB, 5 SOPrevious Series ...............................................................--Streak/Long ..........................................................0G/11Gvs. LHP ...................................(.280) 7x25, 2B, BB, 6 SOvs. RHP ..... (.306) 30x98, HR, 13 RBI, 7 2B, 2 3B, 6 BB, 18 SO

    SEASON HIGHSHits .......................................................... 4 (5/6, MIS)Runs............... ......... 2 (4/11, at PNS and 5/11, at JXN)RBI .................... ....................... .............. 3 (4/18, at MOB)HR ..................... ....................... .............. 1 (4/18, at MOB)Stolen Bases ................................... .. 1 (8x, 5/11, at JXN)

    • Drafted in the 9th round in 2010 (Manuela Toro HS, PR).• 2015: Began the season with Biloxi, batting .322 (37-for-115), 8 2B, 2 3B, HR, 14 R, 13 RBI and 8 SB in 32G...promoted AAA Colorado Springs on 5/14 and went 2-for-5, 2 R in AAA debut on 5/15 vs. MEM. His time with the SkySox included a11-G hit streak from 5/21-31...also had an 11-G hit streak with Biloxi from 4/10-23 and had longest on-base streak in theleague at the time stopped at 19 games (all games played to that point) on 4/30...11G hit streak from 4/11-4/23 (.385)...• Returned to Biloxi on 8/18 after 81G, .238 AVG, (69x290), 32 R, 8 2B, 4 3B, HR, 28 RBI, 4 SB with Colorado Springs.• 13th-ranked prospect in the Brewers’ organization… Great range, soft hands and good footwork on defense… Plus arm allowhim to make throws from the hole.• In 2014, entered 2014 rated as the best defensive shortstop in the Florida State League and best defensive inelder inorganization by Baseball America… Batted a combined .258/5/30 and 10 stolen bases in 124 games between A+ Brevard Coand AA Huntsville… Made rst career appearances at second base (28 G at Brevard County) after playing exclusively at shortstthroughout his career… Was added to the 40-man roster on 11/20.• In 2013, batted .241/5/37 and 13 stolen bases in 129 games at A+ Brevard County… Played for Santurce in the Puerto Rican Winter League • In 2012, batted .247/12/49 in 127 games at A- Wisconsin… Was a Midwest League All-Star …

    NICK SHAW | INF | #1 .198, 0 HR, 20 RBI, 5 SB RESIDES: ST. PETERSBURG, FL AGE: 26SUMMARY

    Last Game ............................................................0x2Current Series ...................................................... 0x2Previous Series ............................... 1x6, RBI, BB, 2 SOStreak/Long ............................................................0G/3Gvs. LHP .........................(.212) 7x33, 2 RBI, 8 BB, 11 SOvs. RHP.....(.196) 39x199, 18 RBI, 3 2B, 3 3B, 31 BB, 39 SO

    SEASON HIGHSHits ..............................3 (7/2, MIS and 7/26, at PNS)Runs..................................................... 3 (7/9, at TNS)RBI .................... ....................... ......... 2 (3x, 7/26, at PNS)HR ....................................................................................0Stolen Bases ....................................1 (5x, 7/26, at PNS)

    • Drafted by Milwaukee in the 25th round of the 2010 draft (Barry University)• Batted .286 in July, with 12 BB and a .365 OBP• In 2014, hit .270/0/40 in 113 games with AA Huntsville. Hit .298 in road games, .309 during the second half and .348 with R• In 2013, hit .253/2/27 in 124 games with Huntsville.• In 2012, ranked among the Florida State League leaders in walks (3rd, 69).• In 2011, hit .260/2/40 in 126 games with Single-A Wisconsin.• In 2010, was an Arizona League All-Star… Led the league in on-base percentage (1st, .471) and walks (37) and nishefourth in the league in batting average (4th, .339)… Had a 13-game hitting streak from 7/3-7/25.• Set an NCAA Division II record with 215 career walks at Barry University (previous Division II record was held by FloridaSouthern’s Cris Allen with 200 walks from 1986-89)…

    VICTOR ROACHE | OF | # 6 .267, 7 HR, 32 RBI, 1 SB RESIDES: TAMPA, FL AGE: 23SUMMARY

    Last Game ..................................................0x3, 2 SOCurrent Series .....................................................0x9, BB, 4 SOPrevious Series ..7x14, HR, 2 RBI, 4 R, 3 BB, 4 SO, CSStreak/Long ..................................................... 0G/5Gvs. LHP ..........(.265) 9x34, HR, 5 RBI, 3 2B, 5 BB, 9 SOvs. RHP(.268) 37x138, 6 HR, 27 RBI, 7 2B, 3 3B, 15 BB, 42 SO

    SEASON HIGHSHits ........................3 (7/25, at PNS and 8/5, at MOB)Runs ............................................... 2 (4x, 8/16, PNS)RBI.......................... 4 (7/5, at MTG and 8/5, at MOB)HR ..................................................1 (7x, 8/16, PNS)Stolen Bases .................................... 1 (7/13, at TNS)

    • Drafted by Milwaukee in the 1st Round (28th overall) of the 2012 draft (Georgia Southern University)• Promoted from A+ Brevard Co. on 6/16. In 2015 was T1st in FSL in HR (10), tied for fourth in RBI (36) and fourth in SLG (.448).• Hit rst AA home run (solo-HR) as a walk-off in the 15th inning on 6/20 vs. MTG (off of position player Leonardo Regginatto)• Broke up no-hitter with rst AA triple in 8th on 7/4 at MTG...next day on 7/5 hit second AA HR (3-run HR) and had 4 RBI.• Hit 11th inning HR on 7/10 at TNS giving Biloxi a 6-4 win...named SL Player of the Week on 7/20-7/26.• Had 17G on-base streak end on 8/1. Over the streak, batted .350, 9 R, 8 2B, 3B, 2 HR, 14 RBI, 7 BB, .426 OBP...T-8th-longest in SL in 2015.• In 2014, entered the season as the fth-best prospect in the Brewers organization according to Baseball America... Ranked third in the Florida State League with 1home runs... Belted 3 HR on 5/4 vs. Clearwater... Was named Florida State League Player of the Week for 7/7-7/13.• In 2013, homered in his rst professional plate appearance (2-run HR) on 4/21 vs. Quad Cities... Hit 2 home runs, including a grand slam, and had 7 RBIon 7/22 at Dayton... Tied Class-A Wisconsin’s single-season home run record with 22 HR (tied Khris Davis, 2010)... Led Wisconsin in HR (22) and RBI (74)Finished third in the Midwest League in home runs.• Led the NCAA with 30 HR in 2011... Earned 2011 South Conference Player of the Year honors after batting .326 with 30 HR and 84 RBI... Was a seminafor the Golden Spikes Award and Dick Howser Trophy... Played for the Cotuit Kettleers of the Cape Cod League in the summer of 2011 and was named to tleague’s All-Star team (CCL All-Star Game was played at Fenway Park)... Was a Firs t Team All-State selection in high school... Also played football and basball in high school... Was drafted by the Detroit Tigers in the 25th round in 2009. First-Year Player Draft, but did not sign.

    BRETT PHILLIPS | OF | #9  .266, 0 HR, 5 RBI, 2 SB RESIDES: SEMINOLE, FL AGE: 21SUMMARY

    Last Game ............................................................0x3Current Series .................3x11, 2 RBI, 2 R, 2B, 3 SOPrevious Series...6x17, 2 RBI, 2 R, 2 2B, 3B, 3 BB, 5 SO, SBStreak/Long ..................................................... 0G/5Gvs. LHP .......................... (.188) 3x16, 2B, 3 BB, 8 SOvs. RHP....(.292) 14x48, 5 RBI, 4 2B, 3 3B, 10 BB, 16 SO

    SEASON HIGHSHits ....................................................... 4 (8/12, PNS)Runs...............................2 (8/4, at MOB and 8/11, MIS)RBI .....................................................1 (5x, 8/20, at JXN)

    HR ....................................................................................0Stolen Bases ...................... 1 (8/11, MIS and 8/15, PNS)

    • Drafted by Houston in the 6th Round 2012 draft (Seminole HS, FL).• Obtained by Milwaukee along with LHP Josh Hader and RHP Adrian Houser (plus OF Domingo Santana AAA Col Springs) from Houston for OCarlos Gomez and RHP Mike Fiers (7/30/15)...reported to Biloxi on 8/1.• Went 4-for-4 and fell a HR shy of cycle on 8/12 vs. PNS moving AVG from .222 to .300.• Made Shuckers debut on 8/1 vs. JXN (0x4, 3 K)...rst hits on 8/2 at MOB (2x3)... was hitting .320 with 90 runs scored, 27 doub11 triples, 16 home runs, 71 RBIs, 15 steals (8 CS) in 97 games between Lancaster and Corpus Christi this before trade...hit sain 27 of 31 games for the Hooks.• Ranked as #2 prospect for Brewers in midseason MLB.com rankiing.• In 2015, ranked by Baseball America as the Astros No. 6 prospect• In 2014, Astros Minor League POY...Midwest League Midseason and Postseason All-Star...Quad Cities Player of the Month, April...QuCities Team MVP...MiLB.com Organization All-Star...at the time of his promotion to Lancaster, was leading the Midwest League in s lugg

    while ranking second in OPS (.883) and total bases (200)...ranked by Baseball America as having the “Best Outeld Arm” in the Astrossystem, as well as the club’s No. 30 prospect and the No. 8 prospect in the Midwest League...hit .324 with three doubles, four RBI and aOBP in eight California League Playoff games.

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    DISABLED LIST

      PLAYER OPPONENT DATE MISSING

    1.

    SHY-CLE

    EJECTIONS

      EJECTEE DATE UMPIRE REASON

    1. Chris Hook 7/18 Garrett Patterson Arguing

    2. Carlos Subero 8/7 Jose Esteras Arguing

      PLAYER OPPONENT DATE TOT LENGTH

    1. Tyler Wagner at Pensacola 4/10 3.12. Jacob Barnes at Mobile 4/16 4.1

    3. Jacob Barnes at Pensacola 4/26 4.0

    4. Tyler Wagner Mobile 5/2 5.1

    5. Hobbs Johnson Mobile 5/3 4.1

    6. Jorge Lopez Mississippi 5/10 5.1

    7. Hiram Burgos Birmingham 5/24 3.0

    8. Brooks Hall Birmingham 6/3 3.1

    9. Tyler Wagner Jackson 7/31 5.0

    10. Tyler Wagner Pensacola 8/15 3.0

    11. Jorge Lopez Jackson 8/18 6.1

    12. Josh Hader Jackson 8/20 3.0

    NO-NO’S THROUGH 3+

      ADAM WEISENBURGER | C | #8 .234, 2 HR, 22 RBI, 2 SB RESIDES: PLYMOUTH, MN AGE: 26 SUMMARY

    Last Game ..............................................0x1, BB, SOCurrent Series ..............................0x3, R, 2 BB, 2 SOPrevious Series ................... 3x9, RBI, R, 2B, 2 BB, SOStreak/Long ............................................................0G/5Gvs. LHP ............(.178) 8x45, RBI, 3 2B, 11 BB, 10 SOvs. RHP ......(.247) 48x194, 2 HR, 21 RBI, 10 2B, 3B, 27 BB, 34 SO

    SEASON HIGHSHits ................................................2 (11x, 8/12, PNS)Runs............... .............. .............. .. 2 (6x, 7/26, at PNS)RBI .................... ....................... ............... 3 (4/10, at PNS)HR ....................................1 (5/17, JAX and 7/7, at MTG)Stolen Bases ...................................................................0

    • Drafted by Milwaukee in the 34th round of the 2011 draft (Miami University).2015: Collected rst ever hit for franchise on a single on 4/9 at PNS, 3rd off of Robert Stephenson...Named 2015 Southern League midseason All-Star.• Best defensive catcher in the Brewers’ organization according to Baseball America.• Enters 2015 having played in 178 AA games• Has a career .981 elding percentage• In 2014, hit a combined .255/3/27 with AA Huntsville (68 G) and AAA Nashville (13 G).• In 2013, hit .251/5/24 with Huntsville… Played for the Suprise Saguaros in the Arizona Fall League (9 G,.200/0/4).• In 2012, hit a combined .212/2/19 between A+ Brevard County (23 G) and Huntville (47 G).• In 2011, hit .276/0/7 with the AZ Brewers.• Played for the St. Cloud RiverBats of the Northwoods League in the summers of 2009 and 2010.

    ayer Injury Games Missed Dates

    HP Mike Strong back 8 4/26-5/3

    HP Damien Magnico arm 5 7/21-7/25

    NF Brandon Macias contusion 5 7/26-7/31

    TYRONE TAYLOR | OF | #15  .263, 2 HR, 34 RBI, 9 SB RESIDES: TORRANCE, CA AGE: 21SUMMARY

    Last Game .....................................................0x2, SOCurrent Series ..............................2x9, 2 R, 2B, 2 SOPrevious Series .......................4x14, R, 2B, 2 BB, 2 SOStreak/Long ..................................................... 0G/7Gvs. LHP .............(.268) 19x71, 2 RBI, 2B, 7 BB, 10 SOvs. RHP (.262) 85x325, 2 HR, 32 RBI, 16 2B, 2 3B, 21 BB, 33 SO

    SEASON HIGHSHits ............................................. 3 (4x, 7/26, at PNS)Runs.................................................. 2 (6x, 8/10, MIS)RBI .........................................................2 (8x, 7/28, JXN)

    HR ......................................1 (6/9, MOB and 6/10, MOB)Stolen Bases .........................................1 (9x, 8/10, MIS)

    • Drafted by Milwaukee in the 2nd draft (Torrance HS, CA)• 2015: Game-winning hits in G2 of a DH vs. JAX in HVL (walkoff in 12th) on 5/18 then GW hits on 5/27 and 5/29 at CHA... FirstShucker to homer in back-to-back games (6/9-6/10). Named SL Player of the Week, 6/8-6/14.• Rated the top prospect and best athlete  in the Brewers’ organization according to Baseball America.• In 2014, hit .278/6/68 with A+ Brevard County… Entered the season as the second-best prospect in the Brewers organization accordinBaseball America… Led the Florida State League in doubles (36) and fnished second in hits (141)… Became the rst player in Bvard County Manatee history to hit for the cycle, a feat he accomplished on 4/29 at Clearwater as he went 5-for-5 with 5 runs aRBI (single in 1st inning, 3B in 3rd, 2B in 4th, solo homer in 5th; also singled in 9th)… Was named Brewers Co-Minor League Pof the Month for July (26 G, .340/1/13, 8sb)… Struck out just once for every 9.64 plate appearances, which represented the second-bratio in the FSL… Played for the Glendale Desert Dogs in the Arizona Fall League following the season (21 G, .271, 7 RBI).• In 2013, hit .274/8/57 with A- Wisconsin… Named Midwest League Player of the Week for 6/3-6/9… Was named Brewers Minor LeaguPlayer of the Month for June (25 G, .438/3/13, 20 R)… 16-game hitting streak from 6/13-7/2 (.429/2/7, 11 R).

    • 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 playerrunning back and safety in high school… Rushed for 1,521 yards and 20 touchdowns along with 11 receiving touchdowns as a senior.

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    INNING-BY-INNING RUNS SCORED

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11+ Total AVG/GM

    Shuckers 55 44 68 69 59 56 40 53 27 8 6 485 4.0

    Opponents 51 37 64 48 40 38 56 52 34 4 6 430 3.6

    Player Multi-Hit Games Multi-RBI Games

    Total 2H 3H 4H 5+ Total 2RBI 3RBI 4RBI 5+2 - Arcia 41 28 13 10 9 1

    21 - Berberet 4 4 4 3 1

    7 - Fellhauer 4 4 3 3

    5 - Green 21 20 1 8 5 3

    22 - LaTorre 0 0

    27 - Macias 5 5 3 3

    4 - Orf 27 22 5 7 6 1

    9 - Phillips 4 3 1 0

    14 - Ramirez 23 15 6 2 14 9 3 1 1

    17 - Reed 23 18 4 1 7 5 1 1

    13 - Rivera 11 8 2 1 3 2 1

    6 - Roache 13 11 2 6 1 3 2

    1 - Shaw 9 7 2 3 3

    15 - Taylor 29 24 5 6 6

    34 - T. Wagner 0 1 1

    HITS AND HOMERS

    Solo 2-Run 3-Run Grand

    Slam

    Total

    2 - Arcia 3 2 5

    21 - Berberet 0

    7 - Fellhauer 1 1 2

    5 - Green 1 3 1 5

    20 - Hall 1 1

    27 - Macias 2 2

    4 - Orf 1 1 2

    9 - Phillips 0

    14 - Ramirez 7 3 2 1 13

    17 - Reed 2 2 1 5

    13 - Rivera 1 1

    6 - Roache 2 3 2 7

    1 - Shaw 0

    15 - Taylor 1 1 2

    34 - Wagner 1 18 - Weiseburger 1 1 2

    Position C 1B 2B 3B SS LF CF RF Total

    Wins/Losses L L L L L L L L L

    2 - Arcia 2 1 1 1 111

    26 - Burgos 2 2

    21 - Berberet 2 44

    7 - Fellhauer 1 9 8 1 8 37

    5 - Green 8 8 1 9 6 79

    20 - Hall 7 6 13

    29 - Johnson 4 16

    22 - LaTorre 2 1 3

    28 - Lopez 4 14

    27 - Macias 1 1 7 1 22

    4 - Orf 1 1 8 7 102

    9 - Phillips 8 18

    14 - Ramirez 5 3 107

    17 - Reed 2 6 3 3 90

    13 - Rivera 1 3 2 1 1 34

    6 - Roache 2 1 46

    1 - Shaw 6 3 1 1 1 1 69

    24 - Suter 2 2 4 8

    15 - Taylor 8 2 102

    34 - Wagner 5 16

    8 - Weisen-

    burger 

    76

    Batting Order 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Total

    Wins/Losses L L L L L L L L L

    2 - Arcia 112

    21 - Berberet 1 2 1 1 45

    7 - Fellhauer 4 2 4 6 1 1 1 1 2 3 2 2 1 2 1 1 34

    5 - Green 2 3 4 6 8 8 1 82

    20 - Hall 7 6 13

    29 - Johnson 4 16

    22 - LaTorre 1 1 2

    28 - Lopez 1 9 4 14

    27 - Macias 1 2 1 5 2 3 2 2 1 3 22

    4 - Orf 5 1 8 4 1 1 107

    9 - Phillips 7 17

    14 - Ramirez 1 1 1 106

    17 - Reed 1 1 88

    13 - Rivera 2 9 4 2 1 31

    6 - Roache 8 4 2 7 9 6 7 4 7 2 1

    1 - Shaw 3 5 8 5 3 2 7 68

    24 - Suter 2 4 6

    15 - Taylor 2 1 1 103

    34 - Wagner 5 16

    8 - Weisen-

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    4 3 6 75

    11 - Wren 3 2 1 57

    STARTING LINEUP BREAKDOWN

    Hitting Streaks (5G or more)

    Streak-Player Start EndNathan Orf (12G) 5/25 6/8

    Yadiel Rivera (11G) 4/10 4/23

    Kyle Wren (11G) 5/4 5/17

    Orlando Arcia (10G) 5/9 5/18

    Michael Reed (10G) 5/15 6/1

    Orlando Arcia (8G) 4/18 4/25

    Parker Berberet (8G) 5/8 6/1

    Nick Ramirez (8G) 5/25 6/4

    Orlando Arcia (8G) 7/29 8/7

    Orlando Arcia (7G) 4/29 5/6

    Orlando Arcia (7G) 6/18 6/29

    Tyrone Taylor (7G) 7/12 7/21

    Hitting Streaks (Cont)

    Streak-Player Start EndNathan Orf (7G) 8/3 8/10

    Kyle Wren (6G) 4/10 4/18

    Kyle Wren (6G) 5/17 5/23

    Tyrone Taylor (6G) 6/9 6/15

    Taylor Green (6G) 6/15 6/27

    Orlando Arcia (6G) 7/1 7/7

    Orlando Arcia (6G) 7/9 7/20

    18 tied at 5

    On-Base Streaks (10G or more)

    Streak-Player Start EndOrlando Arcia (22G) 4/29 5/22

    Kyle Wren (22G) 4/30 5/23

    Yadiel Rivera (19G) 4/9 4/29

    Victor Roache (17G) 7/12 8/2

    Orlando Arcia (16G) 4/9 4/26

    Nick Ramirez (15G) 5/11 5/22

    Michael Reed (14G) 7/12 7/31

    Nathan Orf (12G) 5/25 6/8

    Nathan Orf (11G) 7/31 8/10

    Michael Reed (10G) 5/15 6/1

    Nick Ramirez (10G) 5/23 6/4

    Tyrone Taylor (10G) 7/9 7/21

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    REGULAR SEASON SUMMARY TEAM MISCELLANEOUS

    ongest Winning Streak ..........................................................W6 (5/17-5/22)ongest Home Winning Streak ................................................W6 (5/17-5/22)ongest Road Winning Streak ........................................... W4 (2x, 6/12-6/15)ongest Losing Streak .............................................................L3 (7x, 8/6-8/8)ongest Home Losing Streak ................................ L3 (5/7-5/9 and 7/17-7/20)ongest Road Losing Streak ................................. L3 (4/12-4/16 and 7/6-7/8)ighest Attendance, Home ..................................................... 6,231 (7/3 MIS)ighest Attendance, Road ...................................................8,249 (6/5 at BIR)

    owest Attendance, Home......................................................... 116 (5/8 JAX)owest Attendance, Road.....................................................561 (8/5 at MOB)ongest Game, Time (9 innings) ..........................................3:25 (7/8 at TNS)ongest Game, Time ...............................................................4:26 (6/6 MOB)hortest Game, Time........................................ 1:03 (4 1/2 innings, 5/25 BIR)hortest Game, Time (9 innings) ............................................ 1:59 (5/10 MIS)ongest Game, Innings ............................................................15 (6/20 MTG)argest Winning Margin.........................................................10 (6/28 at JAX)argest Losing Margin ........................................................... 11 (6/29 at JAX)est Homestand (By Pct) ........................................................800 (4/21-4/24)

    Worst Homestand (By Pct) ......................................................333 (7/15-7/21)est Road Trip (By Pct) .................................................. .833 (5-1, 4/25-4/29)

    Worst Road Trip (By Pct) ................................................400 (2-3, 3x, 8/2-8/6)ost Runners Left On Base .....................................................14 (6/19 MTG)

    ost Runners Left On Base (9 innings) ...............................13 (5/30 at CHA)ost Errors, Game ...................................................................4 (7/7 at MTG)ost Players Used, Game ....................................................17 (3x, 6/6 MOB)

    TEAM BATTINGost Runs, Game..................................................................14 (5/13 at JXN)ost Runs, Game (Both teams) ............................................24 (5/13 at JXN)ost Runs, Inning.................................................................... 6 (6/12 at MIS)ewest Runs ............................................................ 0 (12x, Last 8/20 at JXN)ewest Runs, Game (Both teams) .................................1 (3x, Last 7/8 MTG)ost Hits, Game ....................................................................20 (5/13 at JXN)ost Hits, Inning .........................................................6 (3x, Last 6/14 at MIS)ost Hits, Game (Both teams) ..............................................35 (5/13 at JXN)ewest Hits, Game ..................................................................2 (8/20 at JXN)ost Doubles, Game .............................................................. 7 (5/30 at CHA)

    ost Triples, Game ....................................................2 (4x, Last 7/4 at MTG)ost Home Runs, Game ............................................................ 3 (7/15 CHA)ost Home Runs, Inning ........................2 (4th, 6/9 MOB and 1st, 7/15 CHA)ost Extra Base Hits, Game .......................................................7 (6/28 JAX)ost Walks, Game ......................................................9 (3x, Last 7/9 at TNS)ost Strikeouts, Game ...........................................................15 (7/4 at MTG)ost Strikeouts, Game (9 innings) .........................................15 (7/4 at MTG)ewest Strikeouts, Game .....................................................1 (4x, 6/3 at BIR)ost Stolen Bases, Game ................................. 4 (5/4 MOB and 6/13 at MIS)

    INDIVIDUAL BATTINGost At-Bats, Game ...................................22 tied at 6, Last Orlando Arcia (8/9 MIS)ost At-Bats (9 inn) .........................11 tied at 6, Michael Reed (7/26 at PNS)ost Runs, Game.....................................3, 6x, Last Nick Shaw (7/9 at TNS)ost Hits, Game ..............................5 tied at 4, Last Brett Phillips (8/12 PNS)ost Doubles, Game ................. 16 tied at 2, Last Brett Phillips (8/20 at JXN)ost Triples, Game .......................29 tied at 1, Last Brett Phillips (8/12 PNS)ost HR, Game ....................................................2, Nick Ramirez (5/3 MOB)ost Total Bases, Game............................9, 2x, Last Michael Reed (5/30 at CHA)ost RBI ............................................................. 6, Nick Ramirez (6/19 MTG)ost Walks ........................................ 7 tied at 3, Last Nathan Orf (8/16 PNS)ost Strikeouts .................................. 5, 4x, Last Victor Roache (8/2 at MOB)ost SB .....................................................................3, Kyle Wren (5/21 BIR)ost Cons games, HR .......................................... 2, Tyrone Taylor (6/9-6/10)

    ongest Hit Streak ...................................................12, Nathan Orf (5/25-6/7)ost consecutive at-bats w/ hit ....... 5x, Last Brett Phillips (4 ABs, 8/12 PNS)

    TEAM PITCHINGFewest Runs Allowed, Game ...................................0 (12x, Last 8/4 at Most Runs Allowed, Game .................................................... 12 (6/29 atMost Runs Allowed, Inning .............................................10 (3rd, 6/29 atFewest Hits Allowed, Game........................................... 1 (2x, Last 7/31Most Hits Allowed, Game ............................15 (2x, 5/6 MIS and 5/13 atMost HR Allowed, Game ...............................................3, (3x, Last 8/11Most HR Allowed, Inning ........................................2 (5x, Last 3rd, 8/13Fewest Walks Allowed, Game ..............................0 (4/9 at PNS and 7/1

    Most Walks Allowed, Game (9 innings) ..................................12 (7/7 at Most Walks Allowed, Game ...................................................12 (7/7 at Most Strikeouts Game (9 innings) ........................................ 15 (5/30 at Most Strikeouts, Game ...............................................................16 (5/1 Fewest Strikeouts, Game .............................2 (4/19 at MOB and 7/4 at Most Cons. Scoreless IP ............................................30.0 (6/12-6/15 atMost Wild Pitches, Game .........................................................4 (7/5 at

    INDIVIDUAL PITCHINGLongest Win Streak (Starter) ............................... W7, Jorge Lopez (4/2Longest Win Streak (Reliever) ..W3, Damien Magnifico (5/27-6/19) and Mike Strong (4/Longest Losing Streak....L4 (Jacob Barnes, 4/16-5/8 and Johnny Hellweg 7/7Most Inn. Pitched (Start) .......................8.0, 5x, Last Jorge Lopez (8/12Shortest Outing (Start)................ 2.0, 3x, Last Johnny Hellweg (7/22 at

    Most IP (Reliever) .............................................Brent Suter, 3.2 (4/11 atMost ER (Reliever) ......................................6, Martin Viramontes (6/1 aMost Hits Allowed (Starter) ......................................9, Brooks Hall (5/17Fewest Hits, CG (9 inn) ..........................................................................Fewest Hits, CG .................................. Tyler Wagner, 1 (7 Innings, 7/31Fewest Walks, CG ........................................... Tyler Wagner, 0 (4/10 at Most Walks: Game ......................3 tied at 6, Last Johnny Hellweg (7/12 atMost K’s, Game (Starter) ............................... 11, Tyler Wagner (7/24 at Most K’s, Game (Relief) .....................................Brent Suter, 6 (4/11 at Most HR Allowed (Game) .................... 2, 8x, Last Adrian Houser (8/13 Most Cons. Scoreless IP (Start) ........................19.2, Brent Suter (6/10-Most Cons. Scoreless IP (Relief) ........................11.1, Austin Ross (4/17Most Wild Pitches, Game ....................3x, Last Manny Barreda (7/5 at M

    LAST AT-BAT WINS

    Date Batter Game-Winner Inning Score Opp.

    5/4 Nathan Orf Orlando Arcia 8 4-3 Mobile5/17 Michael Reed Tyrone Taylor 7 2-1 Jacksonville

    5/19 Tyrone Taylor Kyle Wren 8 7-6 Jacksonville

    5/21 Taylor Green Orlando Arcia 12 5-4 Birmingham

    5/27 Tyrone Taylor Nathan Orf 10 8-6 Chattanooga6/2 Kyle Wren Nathan Orf 9 4-3 Birmingham

    6/5 Kyle Wren Adam Weisenburger 10 6-2 Birmingham

    6/6 Nick Shaw Brent Suter 14 6-4 Mobile

    6/19 Taylor Green Michael Reed 10 11-10 Montgomery6/20 Victor Roache Victor Roache 15 1-0 Montgomery

    7/1 Josh Fellhauer Nick Shaw 10 2-1 Mississippi

    7/5 Victor Roache Nick Ramirez 9 10-9 Montgomery7/10 Victor Roache Nick Ramirez 11 6-4 Tennessee

    7/22 Nathan Orf Adam Weisenburger 9 5-4 Mobile8/9 Orlando Arcia Nathan Orf 10 7-6 Mississippi

    COMEBACK WINS (AFTER 6TH)

    Date Inning Score Final Opponent

    5/4 7 3-2 4-3 Mobile

    5/27 6 6-2 8-6 Chattanooga6/6 14 4-3 5-4 Mobile

    7/5 7 9-7 10-9 Montgomery

    7/10 8 4-3 6-4 Tennessee

    8/9 7 6-2 7-6 Mississippi

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     SHUCKERS’ RECORD WHEN... As Home Team.......................................................................... 33-25

     As Home Team at Joe Davis Stadium (Huntsville) .... ...... ...... ...... 10-6

    Home Team at MGM Park ......................................................... 18-14

    On the Road.............................................................................. 36-26

    In Day Games ............................................................................. 13-7

    In Night Games ......................................................................... 57-42

    In Extra Innings ............................................................................. 9-4

    In Double Headers ..................................................................... 2-1-4

    Vs. Teams .500 Or Better .......................................................... 39-28

    Vs. Teams Below .500 ............................................................... 30-22

    Vs. Left-Handed Starter .............................................................11-10

    Vs. Right-Handed Starter .......................................................... 58-41

    When Starter Gets Decision ...................................................... 44-37

    When Reliever Gets Decision ................................................... 25-14

    When Starter Goes 5+ IP .......................................................... 57-34

    When Starter Goes

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     SHUCKERS’ FIRSTS...SHUCKERS

    First Game...4/9 at Pensacola (6:32 first pitch by Robert Stephenson to Kyle Wren, K)First Pitch..................................................Brooks Hall, 4/9 at PensacolaFirst Run......Adam Weisenburger, 4/9 at Pensacola (3rd inning, RobertStephenson)First Hit.....Adam Weisenburger, 4/9 at Pensacola (3rd inning, Robert Stephenson)First Double.....Orlando Arcia, 4/9 at Pensacola (3rd inning, Robert Stephenson)First Triple ........ Orlando Arcia, 4/11 at Pensacola (1st, Timothy Adleman)

    First Home Run ........Nick Ramirez, 4/11 at Pensacola (7th, Carlos Gonzalez)First Home Run by Pitcher .........Brooks Hall, 4/21 G1 vs. JAX in JAX (2nd,Trevor Williams)First Grand Slam .......Nick Ramirez, 6/19 Montgomery (8th, Colton Reavis)First RBI.....Orlando Arcia, 4/9 at Pensacola (3rd inning, Robert Stephenson)First Walk...Michael Reed, 4/9 at Pensacola (2nd inning, Robert Stephenson)First Strikeout......Kyle Wren , 4/9 at Pensacola (1st inning, Robert Stephenson)First Hit by PitchNathan Orf, 4/9 at Pensacola (7th, Daniel Corcino)First Stolen Base ..... Yadiel Rivera, 4/11 at Pensacola (Timothy Adleman/Kyle Skipworth)First Caught Stealing.......Michael Reed, 4/9 at Pensacola (2nd, Kyle Skipworth)First Sacrice Fly .... Nick Shaw, 4/10 at Pensacola (3rd, Daniel Wright)First Sacrice Bunt....Brooks Hall, 4/9 at Pensacola (3rd, Robert Stephenson)First Error ............................. Orlando Arcia, 4/10 at Pensacola (1st)

    First Cycle.........................................................................................First 2-Hit Game ............................ Orlando Arcia, 4/9 at PensacolaFirst 3-Hit Game.....................................Orlando Arcia, 4/9 at PensacolaFirst 4-Hit Game ............................Yadiel Rivera, 5/6 vs MississippiFirst 5-Hit Game ...............................................................................First Inside-the-Park Home Run .......................................................First 2-Home Run Game ..................... Nick Ramirez, 5/3 vs MobileFirst 3-Home Run Game ..................................................................First 2-RBI Game .......................... Orlando Arcia, 4/9 at PensacolaFirst 3-RBI Game ........................... Orlando Arcia, 4/9 at PensacolaFirst 4-RBI Game .....................Nick Ramirez (6), 6/19 MontgomeryFirst Win.....................................................Brooks Hall, 4/9 at PensacolaFirst Loss ....................................... Jorge Lopez, 4/12 at PensacolaFirst Save ...........................................Wirn Obispo, 4/17 at Mobile

    First Complete Game ...........Tyler Wagner (6 innings), 4/10 at PensacolaFirst Nine-Inning Complete Game ....................................................First Shutout Win ............................................4/9 at Pensacola, 4-0First No-Hitter ...................................................................................First Extra-Inning Game ..............................................5/1 vs MobileFirst Extra-Inning Win ....................................... 5/21 vs BirminghamFirst Walk-Off Win.....................................................5/21 vs Birmingham

    OPPONENTSOpponent First Run ...Beau Amaral (PNS, 4/10, 1st, Tyler WagneOpponent First Hit..........Seth Mejias-Brean (PNS, 4/9, 2nd, Brooks HaOpponent Firs