2015 BILOXI SHUCKERS PAGE 1

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "2015 BILOXI SHUCKERS PAGE 1"

Transcription

1 Biloxi Shuckers (MIL) at Jackson Generals (SEA) LHP Hobbs Johnson (2-0, 2.39) vs. LHP Jake Zokan (1-1, 6.75) Game #34/Road #19 Thursday, May 14, 2015 The Ballpark at Jackson 7:05 p.m. TODAY S GAME: The Shuckers continue a 5-game road series against the Jackson Generals at the Ballpark at Jackson...are 12-6 in true road games, 4-2 in game 4 of a series, 6-3 in day games and 3-4 against left-handed starters...shuckers are in first place in the SL South Division, two games better than the Mobile BayBears...today is the 4th of 15 meetings between the clubs in game 34 and day 35 of a 55- game road trip away from Biloxi in 60 days. SHUCKERS RECAP: The Shuckers were 11-for-19 with runners in scoring position and pounded out a franchise record 14 runs on 20 hits during a win over Jackson on Wednesday afternoon. The Shuckers scored 5 runs in both the 7th and 8th frames to take a commanding 14-4 lead. Jackson scored a run in the 8th and 5 runs in the 9th to make the final The hitters, SS Orlando Arcia, 1B Nick Ramirez and RF Michael Reed went a combined 9-for- 15 with 4 RBI and 8 runs scored. Reliever Brent Suter (W, ,5,1,1,0,2) earned the win out of the pen behind starter Jacob Barnes (4.2,8,4,3,1,6) who matched a season-high with 6 SO. Ramirez matched a franchise mark for hits by going 4-for-6, while Arcia and 3B Nathan Orf each provided 3-hits apiece. PITCHING MATCHUP: 24-year-old LHP Hobbs Johnson makes his 7th start of 2015 today and first against the Generals. The lefty out of the University of North Carolina is 2-0 with a 2.39 ERA that ranks 4th in the Brewers farm system. Hobbs allowed 2 R, 1 ER on 5 H with 4 SO and 3 BB in a no decision on Sunday afternoon at Mississippi...24-year-old LHP Jake Zokan makes his 7th start of 2015 today for Jackson and 4th at the Double-A level. Seattle s 9th round pick in 2013 made 3 starts with A+ Bakersfield this season going 1-1 with a 1.69 ERA, with 12 SO and just 2 BB. Overall, the College of Charleston product is 2-2 with a 4.11 ERA this season. INDIVIDUAL GAME TICKETS ON SALE: Currently on-sale now for the inaugural season at MGM Park and the anticipated home opener on June 6 at 7:10 p.m. against the Mobile BayBears. Fans can purchase tickets for all 45 remaining regular season home games and can be purchased in-person at the Shuckers Team Store, located at 820-B Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd (in the CTA bus building) or by going to com. Ticketmaster will also accept orders by phone at (800) or at any Ticketmaster outlets (located in Gulf Coast Walmart locations). There is a limit to 6 tickets per order for the June 6th grand opening and a limited amount of tickets are still available. SHUCKERS FEATURED ON ESPN: The Biloxi Shuckers were featured on Wednesday, with the release of part 1 of Homeless Shuckers on ESPN.com. The opening piece was also shown on Sports Center and will re-occur throughout the coming weeks as ESPN chronicles the Road Warrior Shuckers 55-game road trip. Top Pitchers in Brewers Organization Top Hitters in Brewers Organization Cy Sneed (WIS) 1.38 ERA Orlando Arcia (BLX).361 (43x119) Tyler Wagner (BLX) 1.93 ERA Yadiel Rivera (COL).322 (37x115) Brooks Hall (BLX) 2.19 ERA Michael Reed (BLX).310 (31x100) Hobbs Johnson (BLX) 2.39 ERA Nick Ramirez (BLX).309 (34x110) Jorge Lopez (BLX) 2.70 ERA SIDE-BY-SIDE STAT COMPARISON (SL Rank) Stat.263 (2) AVG.247 (8) 125 (T6) RUNS 132 (4) 12 (8) HR 14 (6) 45 (T8) 2B 54 (5) 6 (9) 3B 13 (3) 40 (1) SB 22 (T5) 2.94 (1) ERA 5.25 (10) 247 (6) SO 215 (9) 98 (3) LOW BB 112 (8) 11 (T3) SV 8 (8) SHUCKERS AMONG THE LEAGUE LEADERS: SS Orlando Arcia: AVG (3rd,.361), Hits; (2nd, 43), Runs (T-4th, 21) Lowest SO/AB (4th, 12.18), OF Kyle Wren: Stolen Bases (T-2nd, 11), OF Michael Reed AVG (10th,.310), Stolen Bases (T-4th, 9), 1B Nick Ramirez: Home Runs (T-3rd, 6), RBI (T-2nd, 25), Best HR/AB (4th, 1/18.33), LHP Mike Strong: Holds (T-2nd, 4), Relievers Opp AVG (2nd,.118), RHP Austin Ross: Holds (1st, 5), Relievers Highest SO/9IP (1st, 13.50), Relievers lowest BB/IP Ratio (3rd, 0.96) RHP Tyler Wagner: Wins (1st, 5), Complete Games (T-1st, 1), ERA (6th, 1.93), Innings (4th, 42.0) RHP Brooks Hall: Wins (T-1st, 4), Innings (5th, 37.0), ERA: (9th, 2.19), RHP Jaye Chapman Games (1st, 14), Holds, (T-2nd, 4), Relievers Opp AVG (4th,.133), Relievers fewest baserunners/9ip (3rd, 5.79). **SHUCK NOTES: ROSTER MOVE: INF Yadiel Rivera was promoted to Triple-A Colorado Springs and becomes first member of the inaugural 25-man roster to get promoted to Triple-A. C Tyler LaTorre returns to the active roster being transferred back from Rookie-Helena. FRANCHISE FIRSTS WEDNESDAY: The 24 runs and 25 hits combined, in addition to Biloxi s 14 runs and 20 hits were all franchise bests. The 5-run 7th and 8th innings matched the franchise mark for runs in an inning. 1B Nick Ramirez tied Yadiel Rivera s single-game hit record with 4 on Wednesday. SHUCK-TASTIC PITCHING: The Shuckers lead the SL with a 2.94 ERA which is 0.16 runs better than second-best Mobile (3.10). Starters have a 2.78 ERA, holding opponents to a.229 BAA. The bullpen has a 3.19 ERA and are holding opposition to a.216 BAA and 118 strikeouts in innings...have given up just 99 runs this season (3.1 runs per game). REACHING WREN: OF Kyle Wren currently has a 9-game hitting streak, batting.294 (10x34) with 3 runs and 2 RBIs. Currently 3rd-longest active streak in SL (Pizzano JXN, 23 - M. Smith MIS 10)...Wren also has reached base safely in 13-straight games batting.286 (14x49) with 5 runs and 2 RBIs. CLOSE GAMES, NO PROBLEM: The Shuckers lead the league with a.750 win percentage in 1-run games, 6-2 and also lead the league when scoring first, 12-2 and are a perfect 18-0 when leading after 6 innings. SPEEDY SHUCKERS: Despite not stealing a base for the first time in 6 games Wednesday, the Shuckers have swiped 15 bags over their last 8 games and lead the league with 40 steals, 7 better than 2nd Birmingham with 33. LET S PLAY NINE PLEASE: The Shuckers are 17-4 in 9-inning games so far this season...are 3-6 in games played less than 9 frames and 0-3 in extrainning games. There have been two 6-inning rain-shortened affairs (1-1) and five 7-inning games (2-5). SOUTH DIVISION TOUR: The Shuckers played their first 30 games of the 2015 season against South Division foes. YOUNG GUNS: SS Orlando Arcia (20, 8/4/94) is the 2nd-youngest overall, and youngest position player in the Southern League this season while OF Tyrone Taylor (21, 1/22/94) is the 8th-youngest in the league. Birmingham pitcher Tyler Danish is the youngest in the SL (20, 9/12/94). INF Yadiel Rivera is not far off the list at 22 years-old (5/2/92). 4 IS A MAGIC NUMBER: When the Shuckers score 4 runs they are a perfect 13-0 this season...have allowed more than 4 runs just 3 times this season Seaon Results vs. Jackson (Biloxi 2, Jackson 1) Date Site Result Winner Loser Save L, 8-3 Gillheeney (3-1) Hall (4-1) W, 6-3 Wagner (5-0) Siverio (1-3) Ross (1) W, Suter (2-1) Shipers (0-2) 7/28 JXN 7/29 JXN 7/30 JXN 7/31 JXN 8/1 JXN UPCOMING GAMES AND PROBABLE PITCHERS (ALL TIMES ARE CENTRAL) Date - Time Opponent: Pitching Matchup: May 15-7:05 at Jackson RHP Jorge Lopez (3-2, 2.70) vs. RHP Stephen Landazuri (0-2, 4.61) May 16-7:10 JAX in Hville RHP Brooks Hall (4-1, 2.19) vs. RHP Austin Brice (1-3, 7.18) May 17-2:10 JAX in Hville RHP Tyler Wagner (5-0, 1.93) vs. RHP Jake Esch (3-2, 2.67) May 18-4:40 JAX in Hville RHP Jacob Barnes (0-4, 4.97) vs. RHP Trevor Williams (0-5, 6.11) RECORD BREAKDOWN Current Record: Streak...W2 Last 10 Games: Long Winning Streak:...W5 Long Losing Sttreak:... L3 Home (MGM Park): Home (Joe Davis): Home (Other): Road VS. THE SOUTHERN LEAGUE North Home Road Total Birmingham 0-0 (5) 0-0 (5) 0-0 (10) Chattanooga 0-0 (5) 0-0 (5) 0-0 (10) Jackson (TN) 0-0 (5) 2-1 (10) 2-1 (15) Montgomery 0-0 (5) 0-0 (5) 0-0 (10) Tennessee 0-0 (5) 0-0 (5) 0-0 (10) Totals: 0-0 (25) 2-1 (30) 2-1 (55) South Home Road Total Jacksonville 4-1 (10) 0-0 (5) 4-1 (15) Mississippi 2-3 (13) 0-0 (10) 2-3 (23) Mobile 2-3 (17) 2-3 (10) 4-6 (27) Pensacola 0-0 (5) 8-2 (15) 8-2 (20) Totals: 8-7 (40) 10-5 (45) (95) TEAM LEADERS (SL RANK) Average... Orlando Arcia,.361 (3) Hits... Orlando Arcia, 43 (1) Home Runs...Nick Ramirez, 6 (T3) RBI...Nick Ramirez, 25 (T2) Stolen Bases... Kyle Wren, 11 (T2) Wins... Tyler Wagner, 5 (1) ERA... Tyler Wagner, 1.93 (6) Strikeouts...Brooks Hall, 32 (T10) WHIP...Brooks Hall, 1.05 (T7) Saves... Wirfin Obispo, 5 (T5) 2015 games will be aired on the inaugural Biloxi Shuckers Radio Network: WPMO AM-1580 Pascagoula-Moss Point WVGG AM-1440 Lucedale WRBE FM Lucedale WMXI FM-98.1 Hattiesburg/Laurel WRJW AM-1320 Picayune 2015 BILOXI SHUCKERS PAGE 1

2 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 Biloxi s 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 club s 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 club s 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. COMING SOON...MGM Park: As the Shuckers begin the 2015 season on the road, their future home, MGM Park is currently being constructed.mgm Park is located off of Highway 90 and Interstate 110, adjacent to Beau Rivage Resort & Casino, MGM Park is within walking distance of downtown Biloxi and beaches of the Gulf Coast. The stadium, being built by the city of Biloxi, broke ground on January 24, 2014 and is being constructed by Architect Dale Partners P.A. of Biloxi and Yates Construction. MGM Park 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 above sea level and currently the dimensions are LF- 326, CF- 401, RF MGM Park features a tiered Party Patio with 4Tops and premium seating for up to 100 persons or groups...12 Luxury Suites...the Mercedes Benz Club with capacity of 75 to Two Party decks (first base and third base) located on the suite level with capacity of up to Grass berm in right-center field, one main gate located down the third-base line...centerfield gate and two entrances on the concourse level. MGM Park will feature two state of the art video boards in right field and left field. The right field board is full-color LED and is 32 x 46. A secondary board located in left field 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 will experience customized menus that reflect the regional flavors 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 RBI Arcia N/A Fellhauer Green Latorre Orf Ramirez Reed Rivera N/A Shaw Taylor N/A Wren Totals DISABLED LIST CHART Player Injury Game Missed Dates LHP Mike Strong back 8 4/26-5/3 CATCHER S INFORMATION G/GS CS SBA CS% PB W-L Weisenburger 23/ Berberet 11/ Latorre 6/ Totals: 40/ BILOXI BASEBALL HISTORY: Pro baseball is not totally new to the Gulf Coast, but it is the first since The Gulfport-Biloxi Sand Crabs of the Cotton States League played half a season in Biloxi during the summer of 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 League CLASS W-L Finish Manager Stadium 1906 Gulfport Crabs/Cotton States League D th Lincoln Stickney, John Bolin, Earlie Miller Gulfport Fairgrounds 1907 Gulfport Crabs/Cotton States League D th 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 th Henry Cotton Knaupp, Gulfport Fairgrounds 2H th Jack Ryan, Clarence Nemitz 1927 Gulfport Tarpons/Cotton States League D 1H rd Joe P. Doc Evans Gulfport Fairgrounds 2H th 1928 Gulfport Tarpons/Cotton States League D 1H nd Henry Cotton Knaupp Gulfport Fairgrounds 2H th Spring Training Sites Biloxi Stadium (on site of Keesler Air Force Base) 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. 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 ***1920 s 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 **.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 club. ***The Chicks trained in Gulfport sometime between 1921 and 1930 according to Ray M. Thompson s article of April 18, 1958 on the Washington Senators training at Biloxi. PITCHERS AT THE PLATE Player AVG H AB 2B 3B HR RBI SH Barnes Hall Johnson Lopez Strong Suter Wagner Totals SHUCKERS ON TWITTER Pitchers Jaye Hobbs Jorge Damien Eric Tanner Mike Brent Martin Tyler Catchers Parker Tyler Adam Infielders Orlando Nate Nick Yadiel Nick Outfielders Josh Michael Tyrone Kyle Coaches Carlos Shuckers Official Buck Rogers (General Chris Harris 2015 BILOXI SHUCKERS PAGE 2

3 STARTING PITCHER Hobbs Johnson LHP #29 6 GS, 2-0, 2.39 Bats: Right Throws: Left Height: 5-11 Weight: 230 Opening Day Age: 23 Residence: Rocky Mount, NC Acquired:14th Round, 2013 School: North Carolina Career Breakdown: Year/Teams W/L ERA G GS CG SHO IP H R ER BB SO HR 2013 Helena-R Wisconsin-A Brevard Co.-A Biloxi-AA MiLB Totals Career vs. Jackson: W/L ERA G GS IP H R ER BB SO HR Opp. Avg N/A vs. BATTERS AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO N/A Today s Start: 23-year-old lefty Hobbs Johnson makes his seventh start of the 2015 season. The Shuckers have lost just one time in the southpaw s six previous starts. Last Outing: Johnson picked up a no decision against the Mississippi Braves on May 9. The North Carolina native allowed a season high in hits (5) and five innings with three walks and four strikeouts. vs. Jackson: This is his first career start against the Jackson Generals. 2015: The lefty allowed 4 runs - 3 earned - over 6.1 innings over spring training, adding 3 walks and 2 strikeouts. 2014: Was among the Florida State League leaders in opponent batting average (2nd,.221), wins (T3rd, 12), ERA (4th, 2.93) and innings pitched (4th, 147.2). 2013: Split his first pro season between Rookie Helena and Class-A Wisconsin, posting a combined 0.86 ERA in 11 relief appearances (21 IP, 32 SO). CAREER NOTES/MISCELLANEOUS 23rd-ranked prospect in the Brewers organization according to Baseball America. Graduated from Rocky Mount (NC) High School, where he was a two-time All-State selection Also played basketball, football and soccer. Attended the University of North Carolina, where he helped the Tar Heels to the 2013 College World Series. Was nicknamed Roy by coaches in the Brewers organization after the character Roy Hobbs from the movie The Natural The name is actually his grandmother s maiden name STARTS Date Opp W-L ERA IP H R ER HR BB SO PC-S SC W, W, 6-2 4/23 JAX W, W, 6-2 5/3 MOB W, 5-4 5/9 MIS L, 5-2 Totals SEASON SPLITS HOME: 1-0, 2.40 ROAD: 2-0, 2.38 vs. LH:.200, 0 HR vs. RH:.203, 0 HR April: 2-0, 1.65, 15 K, 9 BB,.167 Opp. AVG May: 0-0, 3.60, 5 K, 4 BB,.257 Opp. AVG 2015 Long Outing: 5.0 (4x, 5/9 vs Mississippi) Strikeouts: 6 (4/23 vs Jacksonville) Walks: 4 HR All d: 0 Hits All d: 5 (5/9 vs Mississippi) Runs All d: 3 (5/3 vs Mobile) Win Streak: 2 (4/23-5/3) Loss Streak: 0 Record in Starts: 5-1 Quality Starts: STARTS Date Opp W-L ERA IP H R ER HR BB SO PC-S SC W L 6-2 4/17 DUN L 4-0 4/24 DAY L W /5 CLR L W W L 7-1 5/28 STL L W 3-0 6/8 TAM W 5-2 6/17 DUN W W W W /12 CHA W 2-1 7/18 STL W L 9-2 7/29 JUP W L 5-3 8/9 CLR W 1-0 8/14 DAY L 6-2 8/19 TAM W W 5-4 8/30 TAM W 1-0 Totals BILOXI SHUCKERS PAGE 3

4 PITCHING/BULLPEN bullpen notes NOTES PITCHING TOTALS W L ERA G CG SHO IP H R ER BB SO HR Hits/At-Bats AVG Q/S SVO Holds IR Scored Starters Relievers TOTALS BULLPEN BRIEFS/LAST OUTING PITCHER LAST APP. IP,H,R,ER,BB,K LAST WIN LAST SAVE LAST LOSS SV/OPP RI/STRANDED 35 - Chapman (RHP) 5/12 at JXN 1.0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1 5/4 vs MOB 4/22 vs JAX 5/7 vs MIS Magnifico (RHP) 5/10 vs MIS 1.0, 2, 0, 0, 1, 0 5/11 vs MIS 25 - Marzec (RHP) 5/13 at JXN 0.2, 1, 1, 1, 0, vs MOB Obispo (RHP) 5/11 at JXN 2.0, 4, 3, 3, 0, 1 5/4 vs MOB 5/1 vs MOB 30 - Poppe (RHP) 4/29 at PNS 0.1, 3, 3, 3, 1, Ross (RHP) 5/12 at JXN 1.0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1 5/12 at JXN Strong (LHP) 5/12 at JXN 1.0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0 4/18 at MOB 0/ Suter (LHP) 5/13 at JXN 3.1, 5, 1, 1, 0, 2 5/13 at JXN Viramontes (RHP) 5/13 at JXN 0.1, 1, 4, 4, 3, JAYE CHAPMAN RHP #35 2-2, 0.64 ERA,.133 BAA, 1 SV RESIDES: LYNN HAVEN, FL AGE: 27 Signed by Milwaukee to a minor-league contract on 11/14/14 (Chippola College) Games : Picked up first SV on 4/22 vs. JAX SV/Opp... 1/1 In 2014, pitched for the Bridgeport Bluefish of the independent Atlantic League Holds... 4 In 2013, was a non-roster invitee to Spring Training with the Cubs Made 4 appearances with Triple-A Iowa before being vs. RHB...136, (3x23), HR, ER, 6 SO placed on the disabled list on 4/16 with a left hip strain; missed the remainder of the season Underwent surgery on both vs. LHB , (3x25), 3 BB, 9 SO hips to repair a genetic condition known as femoroacetabular impingement (FAI). Innings Pitched (4/25, at PNS) In 2012, made his Major League debut on 9/4 at Washington, tossing a scoreless inning in relief. Strikeouts... 2 (4x, 5/10, MIS) In 2011, led Braves minor leaguers with 52 appearances Earned Braves organizational Pitcher of the Month honors for April Walks... 2 (4/25, at PNS) (9 G, 1-0, 0.64 ERA, 2 SV, 14 IP, 1 ER with Mississippi) and July (12 G, 1-0, 2.51 ERA, 1 SV, 14.1 IP, 4 ER with Gwinnett) Had Hits...2 (5/7, MIS) his contract purchased and was added to the Braves 40-man roster on 11/16. Earned Runs... 1 (4/16, at MOB) Attended Chipola College in Marianna, Florida Was originally selected by ATL in the 16th round of 2005 draft. DAMIEN MAGNIFICO RHP #32 0-0, 1.59 ERA,.222 BAA, 3 SV RESIDES: MESQUITE, TX AGE: 23 Selected by Milwaukee in the 5th round of the 2012 draft (Oklahoma) Games th-ranked prospect in the Brewers organization according to Baseball America. SV/Opp... 3/3 Holds... 0 In 2014, was a Florida State League midseason All-Star Led the Florida State League in shutouts (2) and tied vs. RHB , (4x20), ER, 2 BB, 4 SO for the league lead in complete games (2) vs. LHB , (6x30), ER, BB, 4 SO 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 the Midwest League midseason All-Star team. Innings Pitched (4/28, at PNS) Attended Howard Junior College for two seasons ( ) and transferred to the University of Oklahoma for Strikeouts... 2 (4/28, at PNS) his junior season in Walks... 1 (3x, 5/10, MIS) Hits... 2 (4x, 5/10, MIS) Earned Runs... 2 (4/18, at MOB) ERIC MARZEC RHP #25 0-0, 4.70 ERA,.222 BAA, 0 SV RESIDES: CANTON, OH AGE: 27 Selected by Milwaukee in the 30th round of the 2010 draft (Youngstown State) Games : Activated on 4/26 when LHP Mike Strong was placed on the DL...pitched 2 scoreless innings on 4/3 vs. MOB SV/Opp... 0/0 In 2014, went 1-4 with a 3.02 ERA in 38 games (7 starts) between AA Huntsville and AAA Nashville Belted a solo homer Holds... 0 his first professional HR - on 8/23 vs. Mobile (off Braden Shipley) Pitched for Zulia in the Venezuelan Winter League vs. RHB , (5x19), 2 HR, 3 ER, BB, 4 SO following the season. vs. LHB , (1x10), HR, ER, BB, 3 SO In 2013, went 6-0 with a 1.95 ERA in 46 relief appearances between A+ Brevard County and AA Huntsville Opponents batted.233. Innings Pitched (3x, 5/11, at JXN) Strikeouts... 3 (4/30, MOB and 5/2, MOB) In 2011, went a combined 4-2 with a 1.69 ERA (69.1 IP, 13 ER) and 4 saves in 42 games (1 start) between A- Wisconsin, Walks...1 (5/8, MIS and 5/11, at JXN) AAA Nashville and A+ Brevard County. Hits...2 (5/2, MOB and 5/11, at JXN) In 2010, held Pioneer League opponents to a.202 batting average Did not allow a run in his first 10 games with Rookie Earned Runs...2 (5/2, MOB) Helena. WIRFIN OBISPO RHP #46 0-0, 6.23 ERA,.250 BAA, 5 SV RESIDES: SAN PEDRO DE MACORIS, DR AGE: 30 Signed by Milwaukee to a minor-league contract on December 2, 2014 Games...12 In 2014, was a non-roster invitee to Spring Training with the Braves Held International League opponents to SV/Opp... 5/5 Holds... 0 a.233 batting average while with Triple-A Gwinnett Was claimed off waivers by Pittsburgh and optioned to AAA vs. RHB , (9x35), 6 ER, HR, 3 BB, 6 SO Indianapolis on 6/1. vs. LHB...188, (3x16), 3 ER, 3 BB, 6 SO In 2013, led the International League with 54 appearances Posted a 17.2 consecutive scoreless innings streak over 14 outings from 5/20-6/26 Held opponents to a.204 batting average. Innings Pitched (5/2, MOB) In 2012, signed by Cincinnati to a minor-league contract on 2/2 then signed by Atlanta to a minor-league contract on 11/5. Strikeouts... 3 (5/2, MOB) Walks...2 (4/21, JAX and 4/29, at PNS) Hits... 4 (5/11, at JXN) Originally signed by Boston as a non-drafted free agent on 1/20/02 and played in the Dominican Summer Earned Runs... 3 (5/11, at JXN) League as a shortstop before being released on 11/3/ BILOXI SHUCKERS PAGE 4

5 BULLPEN bullpen notes NOTES AUSTIN ROSS RHP #12 0-0, 1.93 ERA,.162 BAA, 1 SV RESIDES: SHREVEPORT, LA AGE: 26 Drafted by Milwaukee in the 8th round of the 2010 draft (LSU). Games : Struck out 5 in a 2 IP on 5/9 vs MIS...Had 28 SO in first 17.2 IP. SV/Opp... 1/2 Holds... 5 In 2014, went 9-8 with a 3.61 ERA in 26 games (16 starts) between A+ Brevard County and AA Huntsville. vs. RHB...103, (4x39), ER, 2 BB, 16 SO In 2013, began the season on the DL while recovering from Tommy John surgery Made 6 rehab appearances with the R Arizona Brewers from 6/21-7/10 reinstated from the disabled list on 7/16 Started 10 games vs. LHB , (7x28), 2 HR, 3 ER, 12 SO at Class-A Wisconsin and held opponents to a.224 batting average. Innings Pitched (4/17, at MOB) In 2012, missed the majority of the season after undergoing Tommy John surgery Surgery was performed Strikeouts... 5 (5/1, MOB and 5/9, MIS) by Dr. William Raasch on 5/10 placed on the DL on 4/21 and missed the remainder of the season. Walks... 2 (4/17, at MOB) Hits...3 (5/6, MIS) Earned Runs...2 (5/6, MIS) MIKE STRONG LHP #10 1-0, 1.76 ERA,.118 BAA, 0 SV RESIDES: AFTON, MN AGE: 26 Games...10 SV/Opp... 0/1 Holds... 4 vs. RHB...080, (2x26), 2 ER, 6 BB, 7 SO vs. LHB , (4x26), ER, BB, 7 SO Innings Pitched (4/12, at PNS and 4/18, at MOB) Strikeouts... 3 (3x, 4/18, at MOB) Walks...2 (4/22, JAX and 4/25, at PNS) Hits...3 (5/6, MIS) Earned Runs...2 (5/6, MIS) Drafted by Milwaukee in the 10th round of the 2011 draft (Oklahoma St). 2015: Placed on 7-day DL 4/26 (back) 29th ranked prospect in the Brewers organization according to Baseball America. In 2014, went 2-2 with a 2.50 ERA and 4 saves in 30 games (6 starts) at A+ Brevard County Held Florida State League opponents to a.207 batting average with 78 strikeouts in 75.2 innings Was 1-1 with a 2.61 ERA as a starter (31 IP, 9 ER) and 1-1 with a 2.42 ERA in relief (44.2 IP, 12 ER) Also made a relief appearance with Huntsville (8/31 vs. Mississippi) Following the season pitched for the Glendale Desert Dogs in the Arizona Fall League and went 1-0 with a 1.98 ERA and 2 saves in 11 relief appearances (13.2 IP, 8 H, 3 R, 3 ER, 3 BB, 14 SO) Was added to the 40-man roster on 11/20. Graduated from Stillwater (MN) High School, where he also played hockey Attended Iowa Western Community College, where he played his first two collegiate seasons Transferred to Oklahoma State University, where he played his junior and senior seasons Enjoys fishing, traveling, video games and attending Minnesota Wild hockey games. BRENT SUTER RHP # ERA,.246 BAA, 0 SV RESIDES: CINCINNATI, OH AGE: 25 Drafted by Milwaukee in the 31st round of the 2012 draft (Harvard). Games...5 In 2014, was a Southern League midseason All-Star Ranked among the SL leaders in strikeouts (T4th, SV/Opp... 0/0 Holds ) and starts (5th, 27). vs. RHB...256, (10x46), 5 ER, 7 BB, 8 SO In 2013, went a combined 7-10 with a 3.43 ERA in 24 games (23 starts) between Class-A Wisconsin and Classvs. LHB , (6x26), BB, 5 SO A Brevard County Was named Florida State League Pitcher of the Week for 6/24-6/30 Ranked among the Florida State League leaders in ERA (10th, 3.63). Innings Pitched (4/30, at MOB) Graduated from Harvard University with a degree in environmental science and public policy Earned First Strikeouts... 6 (4/11, at PNS) Team All-Ivy League honors as a sophomore in 2010 Was named Pitcher of the Year and Top Pitching Walks... 4 (4/25, at PNS) Hits... 7 (4/30, MOB) Prospect in the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League while pitching for the Hamilton Joes in the summer of Earned Runs...3 (4/25, at PNS and 4/30, MOB) MARTIN VIRAMONTES RHP #18 0-0, 8,68 ERA,.385 BAA, 0 SV RESIDES: CINCINNATI, OH AGE: 25 Drafted by Milwaukee in the 28th round of the 2012 draft (Southern Cal). Games...9 In 2014, limited opponents to a.210 batting average with A+ Brevard Co. SV/Opp... 0/0 Holds... 0 In 2013, went 1-2 with a 4.38 ERA and 1 save in 19 games (4 starts) between A- Wisconsin and the R Arizona vs. RHB , (11x31), 8 ER, 4 BB, 2 SO Brewers Held opponents to a.220 batting average on the DL at Wisconsin with a back strain from 5/1-5/15 vs. LHB , (4x12), BB, 2 SO 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 medical Innings Pitched (4/19, at MOB) redshirt in he was drafted in the 27th round of the 2010 draft by the New York Yankees. Strikeouts... 1 (4x, 5/4, MOB) Earned Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention honors at USC and led team with 5 saves. Walks...3 (5/13, at JXN) Hits...3 (3x, 5/7, MIS) Earned Runs...4 (5/13, at JXN) 2015 BILOXI SHUCKERS PAGE 5

6 BATTERS NOTES ORLANDO ARCIA INF #2.361, 1 HR, 15 RBI, 4 SB RESIDES: ANACO, VENEZUELA AGE: 20 Signed by Milwaukee as a non-drafted free agent on November 22, 2010 Last Game...3x6, RBI, 2 R, 2B, CS 2015: Went 3x4 w/ 2 2B, R and 3 RBI on Opening Night (4/9 at PNS)...reached in each of Biloxi s first 16 games batting.440 (22x50) with 4 doubles, a triple, home run, 8 RBI, 7 walks and had a.517 OBP...8G hit streak 4/18-4/25...7G Current Series... 7x15, RBI, 2 R, 2 2B, BB, SO, SB, CS Previous Series...4x20, 2 RBI, R, 2B, BB, SO hit streak 4/29-5/6... Streak/Long...5G/8G No. 2 prospect according to Baseball America, No. 1 on MLB Pipeline and No. 89 overall. vs. Jackson... (.467) 7x15, RBI, 2 R, 2 2B, BB, SO, SB, CS Youngest player on the Shuckers Opening Day roster (turns 21 in August) vs. RHP.(.337) 31x92, HR, 11 RBI 6 2B, 3B, 8 BB, 8 SO In 2014, was the No. 7 prospect according to BA. Led Florida State League in hits (144), fourth in stolen bases (31) vs. LHP... (.444) 12x27, 4 RBI, 3 2B, BB, 3 SO and eighth in batting average (.289). Named FSL Player of the Week 6/23-6/29. Career-high five hits against the Lakeland Hits... 3 (5x, 5/13, at JXN) Flying Tigers (5/5, 2 R, 2 2B, 3B, 5 RBIs, SB). Promoted to AA Huntsville for playoffs (5x18, 2B, 3B and 3 RBI)...Played Runs... 2 (3x, 5/13, at JXN) in 55 games for Anzoategui in the Venezuelan Winter League, batting.265 with 7 HR and 28 RBIs. RBI... 3 (4/9, at PNS) In 2013, had third-best strike out rate in the Midwest League at once every PA. HR... 1 (4/25, at PNS) In 2012, DNP due to fracturing an ankle while sliding into second base during an extended spring training game on 4/25. Stolen Bases... 1 (4x, 5/11, at JXN) Older brother, Oswaldo, is an outfielder for the Minnesota Twins. PARKER BERBERET C #21.182, 0 HR, 7 RBI, 1 SB RESIDES: YORBA LINDA, CA AGE: 25 Selected by Milwaukee in 25th Round of the 2011 draft (Oregon State) Last Game...1x5, 3 RBI, R, 3B, SO Current Series...1x5, 3 RBI, R, 3B, SO 2015: Went 1x3 w/ 2 RBI on 5/8 vs MIS...stole first base of season on 5/10 vs MIS Previous Series... 2x6, 2 RBI, R, 3 SO, SB In 2014, hit.277 with 2 HR and 17 RBIs in 51 games with Brevard County. Streak/Long...3G/3G In 2013,.257/7/35 with Wisconsin in 95 games Reached safely in 42 consecutive games from 7/7-8/29, vs. Jackson...(.200) 1x5, 3 RBI, R, 3B, SO vs. RHP... (.148) 4x27, 5 RBI, 8 SO including a 19-game hitting streak from 7/8-8/4 (.357/4/12). vs. LHP...(.333) 2x6, 2 RBI, 3B, BB, SO Around the time he was drafted, has said he wanted to pursue a career in firefighting after his baseball days. Hits... 2 (4/25, at PNS) Runs... 1 (5/10, MIS and 5/13, at JXN) RBI...3 (5/13, at JXN) HR...0 Stolen Bases... 1 (5/10, MIS) TAYLOR GREEN INF #5.203, 0 HR, 6 RBI, 0 SB RESIDES: COMOX, BC, CANADA AGE: 28 Drafted by Milwaukee in the 25th round of the 2005 draft (Cypress College). Last Game... 2x4, 3 RBI, R, 2B, BB Entering 2015 has appeared in 209 AA games Current Series...2x6, 4 RBI, R, 2B, 2 BB Previous Series...1x11, SO In 2014, was placed on the disabled list on 7/4 with left hip inflammation and missed the remainder of the Streak/Long...1G/3G season Was re-signed to a minor-league contract on 10/27. vs. Jackson... (.333) 2x6, 4 RBI, R, 2B, 2 BB In 2013, Participated in the 2013 World Baseball Classic for Team Canada Appeared in three games and vs. RHP... (.207) 12x58, 3 RBI, 2B, BB, 7 SO batted.286 (4-for-14) Missed the entire season with a left hip labral injury Underwent surgery in April Was vs. LHP...(.182) 2x11, 3 RBI, 2 BB on the 15-day disabled list from 3/26-5/15 Transferred to the 60-day DL on 5/16 Was outrighted to Triple-A Nashville on 10/3 Was re-signed to a minor-league contract with an invite to Spring Training on 10/21. Hits...2 (4/16, at MOB and 5/13, at JXN) From , had stints in the Major Leagues with the Brewers in 2011 (20 G) and 2012 (58 G) Made Runs... 1 (3x, 5/13, at JXN) RBI...3 (5/13, at JXN) 30 starts (14 G at 1B, 11 G at 3B, 4 G at 2B, 1 G at DH) Was on the 2011 postseason roster for Milwaukee, appearing off the bench in both the NLDS (1 G) and NLCS (2 G) Was selected to the 2011 All-Pacific HR...0 Stolen Bases...0 Coast League Team Named Brewers Minor League Player of the Year in 2011 (123 G,.336/22/91). TYLER LATORRE C #22.200, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB RESIDES: SANTA CRUZ, CALIFORNIA AGE: 31 Signed by Milwaukee as a MiLB Free Agent in March after spending entire career with San Francisco Last Game... 0x1 (5/9) Served as his own agent, LaTorre contacted numerous MLB clubs in the offseason to remind them of his free Current Series...-- Previous Series...0x1 agent status. Streak/Long...0G/1G Activated from (R) Helena roster on 4/18 (Fellhauer to temp. inactive list) vs. Jackson In 2014, hit.268/1/14 combined between AA Richmond and AAA Fresno (SFG)... he helped mentor pitcher Kyle vs. RHP...(.222) 2x9, 2B, 3 BB, 2 SO Crick, the Giants No. 1 prospect, after starting the season in Triple-A Fresno of the Pacific Coast League. vs. LHP...(.000) 0x1, SO In 2013, hit.135/1/9 combined between AA Richmond and AAA Fresno. In 2012, hit.270/2/15 combined between A+ San Jose and AAA Fresno. Hits... 1 (4/19, at MOB and 4/29, at PNS) Runs... 1 (4/29, at PNS) In his career, he caught most of the Giants top arms, including Madison Bumgarner, Matt Cain and Tim Lincecum. RBI...0 Played for Italy in the 2013 World Baseball Classic, is a.267 lifetime hitter in 110 Triple-A games. In his professional career, he s batting.242 with 290 hits, including 59 doubles, 14 home runs and 131 RBIs. HR...0 Stolen Bases...0 BRANDON MACIAS INF #27.000, 0 HR, 0 RBI, 0 SB RESIDES: FLAGSTAFF, AZ AGE: 26 Signed by Milwaukee as a NDFA on 6/9/11 Last Game : Added to Biloxi roster on 5/10/15...Hit.136 in 9 games with Colorado Springs (AAA) and.345 in 8 games with Brevard Current Series...-- County (A+)...Macias first Triple-A hit came on a triple on April 26 against at Security Service Field in Colorado Springs against Previous Series...-- the Iowa Cubs. Macias was transferred to Colorado Springs from High-A Brevard Co. on 4/22. Streak/Long... --G/--G Macias spent the 2014 with Advanced-A Brevard Co. batting.254 (67x264) with 12 doubles, 2 HR and 28 RBIs in 81 G. Macias did vs. Mississippi make 1 appearance for AA Huntsville on 7/24/14 against Jackson, going 1-for-4 with an RBI. vs. RHP...-- In 2012, Ranked among the Midwest League leaders in on-base percentage (2nd,.388) and batting average (9th,.288)...was hit by a vs. LHP...-- pitch 21 times, setting a single-season record at Class-A Wisconsin (previous record was held by Luis Tinoco with 18 hbp in 1996). Attended the University of Kansas for his junior and senior seasons ( )... Earned the Walt Houck Newcomer of the Year Award Hits... 0 in Transferred from South Mountain Community College in Phoenix, Arizona, where he spent two collegiate seasons ( )... Runs... 0 Played in the 2008 NJCAA Division I All-Star Game... Attended Arizona State University for one semester as a freshman in Was RBI...0 a four-time All-League and All-Region selection in high school and earned All-State honors as a junior and senior... Named Defensive HR...0 Player of the Year and a 4A All-Star during his nal two seasons... His cousin, Kyle Lobstein, is a pitcher in the Detroit Tigers organization... Another cousin, Rhiannon Baca, won a softball national championship with Arizona State in Stolen Bases BILOXI SHUCKERS PAGE 6

7 BATTERS NOTES (CONT) NATHAN ORF INF #4.255, 0 HR, 8 RBI, 3 SB RESIDES: ST. CHARLES, MO AGE: 25 Signed by Milwaukee as a non-drafted free agent on June 4, 2013 (Baylor). Last Game...3x5, 2 RBI, 2 R, 2B, SO 2015: 4-game hitting streak from 4/24-4/27 Current Series... 4x12, 2 RBI, 3 R, 2B, BB, 3 SO Previous Series... 2x15, R, BB, SO, SB 2014 Florida State League All-Star (.288/2/43) Led FSL in HBP (22), 2nd in OBP (.388) and 9th in AVG Streak/Long...2G/4G (.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 vs. Jackson...(.333) 4x12, 2 RBI, 3 R, 2B, BB, 3 SO positions in the final game of the season. vs. RHP... (.253) 19x75, 7 RBI, 4 2B, 12 BB, 11 SO In 2013, hit.312/0/24 with Helena (43 G). vs. LHP... (.263) 5x19, RBI, 2 2B, 5 BB, 7 SO Graduated from Baylor University with a bachelor s degree in communications Was a 2013 First Team All- Big 12 selection Earned 2013 Second Team Academic All-Big 12 honors Named 2012 Big 12 Conference Hits...3 (4/11, at PNS and 5/13, at JXN) Newcomer of the Year and First Team All-Big 12 honors Transferred from the University of Illinois at Chicago, Runs... 2 (5/13, at JXN) RBI...2 (5/4, MOB and 5/13, at JXN) where he played his first two collegiate seasons ( ) Earned First Team All-State honors as a senior in HR...0 high school Helped lead Francis Howell (MO) High School to a runner-up finish at the 2008 state championship Was a running back and safety on his high school football Stolen Bases... 1 (3x, 5/10, MIS) team. NICK RAMIREZ INF #14.309, 6 HR, 25 RBI, 0 SB RESIDES: ANAHEIM, CA AGE: 25 Drafted by Milwaukee in the 4th Round 2011 draft (Cal State Fullerton). Last Game... 4x6, 2 RBI, 3 R, SO 2015: Hit first 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 Current Series... 8x13, 6 RBI, 5 R, 2 2B, 2 BB, 2 SO HVL (4th of career) Previous Series...6x20, RBI, R, 2B, 2 SO In 2014, hit.231/19/82 with Huntsville Southern League midseason and postseason All-Star. 82 RBIs led Southern Streak/Long...3G/4G League T-3rd with 19 HR. Led league in SO (152). SL Player of the Week for 4/28-5/4. vs. Jackson... (.615) 8x13, 6 RBI, 5 R, 2 2B, 2 BB, 2 SO In 2013, hit.258/19/81 with Brevard County Florida State League All-Star Won FSL HR Derby Tied Brevard County s vs. RHP.(.295) 26x88, 6 HR, 18 RBI, 3 2B, 9 BB, 20 SO single-season HR record with Hunter Morris (2011) T-2nd in HR (19) T-3rd in H (129) Fourth in RBIs (81) Fifth in vs. LHP... (.364) 8x22, 7 RBI, 2 2B, 3 BB, 6 SO XBH (49) Led league in SO (171) FSL PotW 7/8-7/14 14-game hitting streak from 7/28-8/11. Hits...4 (5/13, at JXN) In 2012, hit.248/16/70 with Wisconsin Fractured the hamate bone in his right hand during Spring Training on 3/22 and Runs... 3 (5/3, MOB and 5/13, at JXN) missed the first part of the season Still led Wisconsin in HR and RBI even though he played in just 96 games. RBI...3 (3x, 5/12, at JXN) In 2011, hit.369/8/30 with Helena (23 G).197/3/23 with Wisconsin (36 G) Homered in five consecutive games with HR...2 (5/3, MOB) Helena from 7/16-7/21 (6 total HR during that span) Twice earned Pioneer League Player of the Week honors, July Stolen Bases and July MICHAEL REED OF #17.310, 2 HR, 17 RBI, 9 SB RESIDES: CEDAR PARK, TX AGE: 22 Drafted by Milwaukee in the 5th Round of the 2011 draft raft (Leander HS, Texas) Last Game...2x3, RBI, 3 R, 2B, 3 BB Ranked the 14th best prospect in the Brewers organization according to Baseball America. Current Series...4x9, HR, 4 RBI, 4 R, 2B, 3B, 5 BB, SO, SB Previous Series... 5x16, 2 R, 2B, 2BB, 3 SO, 2 SB In 2014, hit.255/5/47 with Brevard County Led the Florida State League in OBP (.396) and BB (78) Streak/Long...4G/4G Second in FSL in SB (33). vs. Jackson...(.444) 4x9, HR, 4 RBI, 4 R, 2B, 3B, 5 BB, SO, SB In 2013, hit.286/1/40 with Wisconsin Second in Midwest League in 3B (13) Ranked second in the Midwest vs. RHP.. (.289) 24x83, HR, 12 RBI, 5 2B, 10 BB, 20 SO League in triples (13) Tied a Midwest League record for triples in a game with 3 on 5/22 at Quad Cities vs. LHP...(.412) 7x17, HR, 5 RBI, 3B, 6 BB, 5 SO Had a 39-game on-base streak from 5/6-6/22, which marked the second-longest streak in the Midwest League in 2013 behind teammate Parker Berberet (42 games). Hits... 3 (3x, 5/6, MIS) In 2012, hit.246/1/20 with Helena (48 G),.281/0/5 with Brevard County (11 G), 0-for-7 with Huntsville (3 G). Runs...3 (5/13, at JXN) RBI (4/21, 2x JAX and 5/12, at JXN) Committed to the University of Mississippi before signing with the Brewers Father, Benton, played football HR...1 (4/17, at MOB and 5/12, at JXN) at Ole Miss as a defensive end, was drafted by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 1986 and started 3 games Stolen Bases... 1 (9x, 5/11, at JXN) with the New England Patriots in Benton also serves as a professional photographer now. NICK SHAW INF #1.186, 0 HR, 4 RBI, 1 SB RESIDES: ST. PETERSBURG, FL AGE: 26 Drafted by Milwaukee in the 25th round of the 2010 draft (Barry University) Last Game... 1x4, SO Enters 2015 season having played in 237 AA games Current Series... 1x4, SO Previous Series... 2x8, RBI, R, 2 BB, SO In 2014, hit.270/0/40 in 113 games with AA Huntsville. Hit.298 in road games,.309 during the second half and Streak/Long...1G/2G.348 with RISP. vs. Jackson...(.250) 1x4, SO In 2013, hit.253/2/27 in 124 games with Huntsville. vs. RHP...(.194) 6x31, 4 RBI, 2B, 3B, 7 BB, 8 SO In 2012, ranked among the Florida State League leaders in walks (3rd, 69). vs. LHP... (.167) 2x12, 2 BB, 4 SO 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) Hits... 2 (4/28, at PNS) and finished fourth in the league in batting average (4th,.339) Had a 13-game hitting streak from 7/3-7/25. Runs... 1 (4x, 5/8, MIS) RBI... 2 (4/28, at PNS) Set an NCAA Division II record with 215 career walks at Barry University (previous Division II record was held HR...0 by Florida Southern s Cris Allen with 200 walks from ) Stolen Bases... 1 (4/24, JAX) TYRONE TAYLOR OF #15.243, 0 HR, 9 RBI, 3 SB RESIDES: TORRANCE, CA AGE: 21 Drafted by Milwaukee in the 2nd draft (Torrance HS, CA) Last Game...2x6, R, SO Rated the top prospect and best athlete in the Brewers organization according to Baseball America. Current Series... 4x15, RBI, 2 R, 5 SO In 2014, hit.278/6/68 with A+ Brevard County 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 fnished second in hits (141) Previous Series... 4x16, 3 RBI, 2 R, 2B, SB, 2 SO Streak/Long...2G/3G vs. Jackson... (.267) 4x15, RBI, 2 R, 5 SO Became the first player in Brevard County Manatee history to hit for the cycle, a feat he accomplished on 4/29 at vs. RHP...(.217) 18x83, 7 RBI, 4 2B, 5 BB, 10 SO Clearwater as he went 5-for-5 with 5 runs and 3 RBI (single in 1st inning, 3B in 3rd, 2B in 4th, solo homer in 5th; also vs. LHP... (.350) 7x20, RBI, 2 BB, 4 SO singled in 9th) Was named Brewers Co-Minor League Player of the Month for July (26 G,.340/1/13, 8sb) Struck out just once for every 9.64 plate appearances, which represented the second-best ratio in the FSL Played for the Glendale Hits... 3 (4/18, at MOB) Desert Dogs in the Arizona Fall League following the season (21 G,.271, 7 RBI). Runs... 1 (6x, 5/13, at JXN) In 2013, hit.274/8/57 with A- Wisconsin Named Midwest League Player of the Week for 6/3-6/9 Was named Brewers RBI... 2 (4/10, at PNS and 5/6, MIS) Minor League Player 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). HR...0 Stolen Bases...1 (3x, 5/12, at JXN) Committed to Cal State Fullerton before signing with the Brewers 2015 BILOXI SHUCKERS PAGE 7

8 BATTERS NOTES (CONT) ADAM WEISENBURGER C #8.206, 0 HR, 7 RBI, 0 SB RESIDES: PLYMOUTH, MN AGE: 26 Drafted by Milwaukee in the 34th round of the draft (Miami University). Last Game...0x4, SO (5/12) 2015: Collected first ever hit for franchise on a single on 4/9 at PNS, 3rd off of Robert Stephenson Current Series... 1x7, BB, 2 SO Previous Series... 2x10, 2 BB, SO Best defensive catcher in the Brewers organization according to Baseball America. Streak/Long...0G/4G Enters 2015 having played in 178 AA games vs. Jackson...(.143) 1x7, BB, 2 SO Has a career.981 fielding percentage vs. RHP... (.222) 12x54, 3 2B, 7 RBI, 7 BB, 8 SO In 2014, hit a combined.255/3/27 with AA Huntsville (68 G) and AAA Nashville (13 G). vs. LHP... (.143) 2x14, 3 BB, 3 SO In 2013, hit.251/5/24 with Huntsville Played for the Suprise Saguaros in the Arizona Fall League (9 G, Hits... 2 (4/26 and 4/27, at PNS).200/0/4). Runs... 2 (4/27 and 4/28, at PNS) In 2012, hit a combined.212/2/19 between A+ Brevard County (23 G) and Huntville (47 G). RBI... 3 (4/10, at PNS) In 2011, hit.276/0/7 with the AZ Brewers. HR...0 Stolen Bases...0 Played for the St. Cloud RiverBats of the Northwoods League in the summers of 2009 and KYLE WREN OF #27.236, 0 HR, 3 RBI, 11 SB RESIDES: ATLANTA, GA AGE: 24 Drafted by Atlanta in the 8th round of the 2013 draft (Georgia Tech)...Acquired from Atlanta in exchange Last Game... 2x5, RBI, SO for RHP Zach Quintana on November 14, Current Series... 4x13, RBI, R, 2 SO, SB Previous Series...4x17, RBI, R, BB, 3 SO, SB, CS 2015: 6G hit streak from 4/10-4/18... Streak/Long...9G/9G Rated the 19th best prospect in the Brewers organization according to Baseball America. vs. Jackson... (.308) 4x13, RBI, R, 2 SO, SB Has 81 SB in 185 MiLB games entering the 2015 season. vs. RHP... (.228) 21x92, RBI, 2 2B, 11 BB, 16 SO In 2014, batted a combined.290 with 43 RBI and 46 stolen bases in 132 games between A+ Lynchburg and AA vs. LHP... (.278) 5x18, 2 RBI, BB, 3 SO Mississippi Played for the Peoria Javelinas following the regular season. In 2013, entered the season as the Braves 18th-best prospect according to Baseball America, who also tabbed him Hits...2 (4/11, at PNS and 5/13, at JXN) as the fastest base runner in Atlanta s draft class and the best defensive outfielder in the entire system Batted a Runs... 2 (4/16, at MOB) RBI...1 (3x, 5/13, at JXN) combined.335 with 2 HR, 24 RBI and 35 stolen bases in 53 games between R Danville, A- Rome and A+ Lynchburg. HR...0 Is the son of former Atlanta Braves GM Frank Wren was a Second Team All-ACC selection during his junior Stolen Bases... 2 (4/26, at PNS) season at Georgia Tech Was selected by the Cincinnati Reds in the 30th round of the 2012 draft, but did not sign. DISABLED LIST SHY-CLE PLAYER OPPONENT DATE MISSING EJECTIONS EJECTEE DATE UMPIRE REASON NO-NO S THROUGH 3+ PLAYER OPPONENT DATE TOT LENGTH 1. Tyler Wagner at Pensacola 4/ Jacob Barnes at Mobile 4/ Jacob Barnes at Pensacola 4/ Tyler Wagner Mobile 5/ Hobbs Johnson Mobile 5/ Jorge Lopez Mississippi 5/ BILOXI SHUCKERS PAGE 8

9 HITTING BREAKDOWN INNING-BY-INNING RUNS SCORED Total AVG/GM Shuckers Opponents Player Multi-Hit Games Multi-RBI Games Total 2H 3H 4H 5+ Total 2RBI 3RBI 4RBI Arcia Berberet Fellhauer Green LaTorre Orf Ramirez Reed Rivera Shaw Taylor T. Wagner Weisenburger Wren Position C 1B 2B 3B SS LF CF RF DH/P Total Wins/Losses W L W L W L W L W L W L W L W L L Starts 2 - Arcia Barnes Berberet Fellhauer Green Hall Johnson LaTorre Lopez Orf Ramirez Reed Rivera Shaw Suter Taylor Wagner Weisenburger Wren Total Games HITS AND HOMERS STARTING LINEUP BREAKDOWN Solo 2-Run 3-Run Grand Slam Total 2 - Arcia Berberet Fellhauer Green Hall Orf Ramirez Reed Rivera Shaw Taylor Wagner Weiseburger Wren 0 TOTALS Batting Order Total Wins/Losses W L L L W L W L W L W L L W L Starts 2 - Arcia Barnes Berberet Fellhauer Green Hall Johnson LaTorre Lopez Orf Ramirez Reed Rivera Shaw Suter Taylor Wagner Weisenburger Wren Total Games Hitting Streaks (5G or more) Streak-Player Start End Yadiel Rivera (11G) 4/10 4/23 Kyle Wren (9G) 5/4 Orlando Arcia (8G) 4/18 4/25 Orlando Arcia (7G) 4/29 5/6 Kyle Wren (6G) 4/10 4/18 Yadiel Rivera (5G) 4/26 4/29 Orlando Arcia (5G) 5/9 Hitting Streaks Cont Streak-Player Start End On-Base Streaks (10G or more) Streak-Player Start End Yadiel Rivera (19) 4/9 4/29 Orlando Arcia (16) 4/9 4/26 Orlando Arcia (15) 4/27 Kyle Wren (14) 4/ BILOXI SHUCKERS PAGE 9

10 REGULAR SEASON Team Miscellaneous Longest Winning Streak... W5 (4/22-4/26) Longest Home Winning Streak... W3 (5/3-5/6) Longest Road Winning Streak... W3 (4/9-4/11) Longest Losing Streak...L3 (5/7-5/9) Longest Home Losing Streak...L3 (5/7-5/9) Longest Road Losing Streak...L3 (4/12-4/16) Highest Attendance, Home... 4,824 (4/24 JAX) Highest Attendance, Road... 5,515 (5/13 at JXN) Lowest Attendance, Home (5/4 MOB) Lowest Attendance, Road (5/11 at JXN) Longest Game, Time (9 innings)... 3:15 (5/13 at JXN) Longest Game, Time...4:00 (5/1 MOB) Shortest Game, Time...1:37 (4/21, JAX, 7 Innings) Shortest Game, Time (9 innings)... 1:59 (5/10 MIS) Longest Game, Innings...13 (5/1 MOB) Largest Winning Margin...6 (3x, 4/27 at PNS) Largest Losing Margin... 5 (5/11, at JXN) Best Homestand (By Pct) (4/21-4/24) Worst Homestand (By Pct) (4/30-5/10) Best Road Trip (By Pct) (5-1, 4/25-4/29) Worst Road Trip (By Pct) (5-4, 4/9-4/19) Most Runners Left On Base...11 (3x, 5/7 MIS) Most Runners Left On Base (9 innings)...11 (2x, 5/7 MIS) Most Errors, Game... 3 (5/9 MIS) Most Players Used, Game...17 (2x, 5/9 MIS) Team Batting Most Runs, Game (5/13 at JXN) Most Runs, Game (Both teams) (5/13 at JXN) Most Runs, Inning... 5 (3x, Last 8th, 5/13 at JXN) Fewest Runs... 0 (4x, last 5/7 MIS) Fewest Runs, Game (Both teams)... 1 (4/24 JAX) Most Hits, Game (5/13 at JXN) Most Hits, Inning... 5, (3x, Last 8th, 5/13 at JXN) Most Hits, Game (Both teams) (5/13 at JXN) Fewest Hits, Game... 3 (4/26 at PNS and 5/2 MOB) Most Doubles, Game... 5 (5/13 at JXN) Most Triples, Game...2 (4/11 at PNS) Most Home Runs, Game... 2 (4/17 at MOB and 5/2 MOB) Most Home Runs, Inning... 1 (7x, 5/12 at JXN) Most Extra Base Hits, Game... 6 (2x, Last 5/13 at JXN) Most Walks, Game...8 (4/16 at MOB) Most Strikeouts, Game (4/9 at PNS and 4/17 at MOB) Most Strikeouts, Game (9 innings) (4/9 at PNS and 4/17 at MOB) Fewest Strikeouts, Game... 1 (4/19 at MOB and 4/21 JAX) Most Stolen Bases, Game...4 (5/4 MOB) Individual Batting Most At-Bats, Game...5 tied at 6, Tyrone Taylor/Orlando Arcia/Nick Ramirez (5/13 at JXN) Most At-Bats (9 inn).. 6, Tyrone Taylor/Orlando Arcia/Nick Ramirez (5/13 at JXN) Most Runs, Game...3, 2x Nick Ramirez (5/3 MOB and 5/13 at JXN) Most Hits, Game... 2 tied at 4, Last Nick Ramirez (5/13 at JXN) Most Doubles, Game...5 tied at 2, Yadiel Rivera (5/6 MIS) Most Triples, Game... 6 tied at 1, Last Parker Berberet (5/13 at JXN) Most HR, Game... 2, Nick Ramirez (5/3 MOB) Most Total Bases, Game...9, Nick Ramirez (5/3 MOB) Most RBI... 7 tied at 3, Last Parker Berberet (5/13 at JXN) Most Walks... 2 tied at 3, Last Michael Reed (5/13 at JXN) Most Strikeouts... 6 tied at 3, last Tyrone Taylor (5/11, at JXN) Most SB...2, Kyle Wren (4/26 at PNS) Most Cons games, HR... Longest Hit Streak... Yadiel Rivera, 11 (4/11-4/23) Most consecutive at-bats w/ hit... 2x, Last Yadiel Rivera (4 ABs, 5/6 MIS) Team Pitching Fewest Runs Allowed, Game... 0 (4x, last 5/10 MIS) Most Runs Allowed, Game (5/13 at JXN) Most Runs Allowed, Inning... 5 (5/13 at JXN) Fewest Hits Allowed, Game... 1 (4/21 JAX) Most Hits Allowed, Game...15 (2x, 5/6 MIS and 5/13 at JXN) Most HR Allowed, Game...2 (3x, last 5/13 at JXN) Most HR Allowed, Inning...2 (11th, 5/2 at MOB) Fewest Walks Allowed, Game... 0 (4/9 at PNS) Most Walks Allowed, Game (9 innings)... 8 (4/25 at PNS) Most Walks Allowed, Game... 8 (4/25 at PNS) Most Strikeouts Game (9 innings) (2x, last 5/9 MIS) Most Strikeouts, Game...16 (5/1 MOB) Fewest Strikeouts, Game...2 (4/19 at MOB) Most Cons. Scoreless IP (4/7-18 at MOB) Most Wild Pitches, Game... 2 (4/23 JAX and 5/4 MOB) Individual Pitching Longest Win Streak (Starter)... W5, Tyler Wagner (4/10-5/12) Longest Win Streak (Reliever)... W2, Jaye Chapman (4/25-5/4) Longest Losing Streak...L4 (Jacob Barnes, 4/16-5/8) Most Inn. Pitched (Start) , 3x, Last Jorge Lopez (5/10 MIS) Shortest Outing (Start)...Hobbs Johnson, 2.1 (4/11 at PNS) Most IP (Reliever)...Brent Suter, 3.2 (4/11 at PNS) Most ER (Reliever)...4, Martin Viramontes (5/13 at JXN) Most Hits Allowed (Starter)... 8, 2x, Last Jacob Barnes (5/13 at JXN) Fewest Hits, CG (9 inn)... 0 Fewest Hits, CG... Tyler Wagner, 5 (4/10 at PNS) Fewest Walks, CG... Tyler Wagner, 0 (4/10 at PNS) Most Walks: Game...Jorge Lopez, 6 (4/12 at PNS) Most K s, Game (Starter)...8, Jorge Lopez (5/10 MIS) Most K s, Game (Relief)... Brent Suter, 6 (4/11 at PNS) Most HR Allowed (Game)... 2, Eric Marzec (5/2 MOB) Most Cons. Scoreless IP (Start) , Hobbs Johnson (4/11-4/28) Most Cons. Scoreless IP (Relief) , Austin Ross (4/17-5/3) Most Wild Pitches, Game... 2, Obispo (5/4 PNS) LAST AT-BAT WINS Date Batter Game-Winner Inning Score Opp. 5/4 Nathan Orf Orlando Arcia Mobile COMEBACK WINS (AFTER 6TH) Date Inning Score Final Opponent 5/ Mobile 2015 BILOXI SHUCKERS PAGE 10

11 SHUCKERS RECORD WHEN... As Home Team As Home Team at Joe Davis Stadium (Huntsville) Home Team at MGM Park On the Road In Day Games In Night Games In Extra Innings In Double Headers Vs. Teams.500 Or Better Vs. Teams Below Vs. Left-Handed Starter Vs. Right-Handed Starter When Starter Gets Decision When Reliever Gets Decision When Starter Goes 5+ IP When Starter Goes <5 IP When Scoring First When Opponent Scores First When leading After 6 Innings When trailing After 6 Innings When tied After 6 Innings When Leading After 8 Innings When Trailing After 8 Innings When Tied After 8 Innings In One-Run Games In Two-Run Games In Walk-Offs Series W-L-T Series Sweeps... 0 When Scoring 0-3 Runs When Scoring 4-7 Runs When Scoring 8-10 Runs When Scoring 11+ Runs Shutouts When Opponent Scores 4 Runs Or Less When Opponent Scores 5 Runs Or More When Collecting 0-3 Hits When Collecting 4-6 Hits When Collecting 7-9 Hits When Collecting Hits When Collecting 13+ Hits When Out-Hitting Opponent When Out-Hit by Opponent When Hits Are Equal When Hitting A Home Run When Opponent Hits A Home Run When Errorless When Committing One Error When Committing 2+ Errors When Opponent is Errorless Game 1 of Series Game 2 of Series Game 3 of Series Game 4 of Series Game 5 of Series Game 6 of Series In April In May In June In July In August In September Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday In White Jerseys In Blue Jerseys In Gray Jerseys In Special Jerseys Southern League Hitter of the Week Award All-Star Game Selections Southern League Pitcher of the Week Award Minor League Baseball Milwaukee Brewers Monthly Awards Brooks Hall - Pitcher of the Month (April) 2015 BILOXI SHUCKERS PAGE 11

12 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 Pensacola First Run...Adam Weisenburger, 4/9 at Pensacola (3rd inning, Robert Stephenson) 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... 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 Pitch...Nathan 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 Sacrifice Fly... Nick Shaw, 4/10 at Pensacola (3rd, Daniel Wright) First Sacrifice 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 Pensacola First 3-Hit Game...Orlando Arcia, 4/9 at Pensacola First 4-Hit Game... Yadiel Rivera, 5/6 vs Mississippi First 5-Hit Game... First Inside-the-Park Home Run... First 2-Home Run Game...Nick Ramirez, 5/3 vs Mobile First 3-Home Run Game... First 2-RBI Game... Orlando Arcia, 4/9 at Pensacola First 3-RBI Game... Orlando Arcia, 4/9 at Pensacola First 4-RBI Game... First Win...Brooks Hall, 4/9 at Pensacola First Loss... Jorge Lopez, 4/12 at Pensacola First Save...Wirfin Obispo, 4/17 at Mobile First Complete Game... Tyler Wagner (6 innings), 4/10 at Pensacola First Nine-Inning Complete Game... First Shutout Win... 4/9 at Pensacola, 4-0 First No-Hitter... First Extra-Inning Game...5/1 vs Mobile SHUCKERS FIRSTS... 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 O Dowd (MIS, 5/7) Opponent First 5-Hit Game... Opponent First Inside-the-Park Home Run... 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... Opponent First Nine-Inning Complete Game... Opponent First Shutout Win...Pensacola, 4/12 Opponent First No-Hitter BILOXI SHUCKERS PAGE 12

13 Manager, Carlos Subero COACHING STAFF Subero, 42, begins his second season in the Brewers organization as manager at the Double-A level. Subero led the Huntsville Stars to a record and a postseason berth last season. Prior to joining the Brewers, Subero managed five seasons in the Dodgers organization at Class-A Inland Empire (2009), Double-A Chattanooga ( ) and Class-A Rancho Cucamonga (2013). He led the Lookouts to the playoffs in 2011 after clinching the Southern League s second-half North Division title with a record after the All-Star break. During his only season as a manager in the White Sox organization, Subero led Double-A Birmingham to a record and a Southern League playoff berth in Managing Career Team Year Lg Lev Aff G W L W-L% GCL Rangers 2001 Gulf R TEX GCL Rangers 2002 Gulf R TEX Clinton 2003 MID A- TEX Clinton 2004 MID A- TEX Clinton 2005 MID A- TEX Bakersfield 2006 CAL A+ TEX Bakersfield 2007 CAL A+ TEX Birmingham 2008 SOU AA CHW Inland Empire 2010 CAL A+ LAD Chattanooga 2011 SOU AA LAD Chattanooga 2012 SOU AA LAD Rancho Cucamonga 2013 CAL A+ LAD Huntsville 2014 SOU AA MIL Biloxi 2015 SOU AA MIL Seasons 1, AA (5 seasons) Subero began his coaching career in the Rangers organization, including two seasons as hitting coach with the Rookie Gulf Coast League Rangers ( ) and seven seasons as manager with the GCL Rangers ( ), Class-A Clinton ( ) and Class-A Bakersfield ( ). His clubs reached the postseason in each of his three seasons with Clinton. Subero owns a (.485) record over 13 seasons as a minor-league manager. Coach, Sandy Guerrero Guerrero, 48, enters his 13th season as a coach in the Brewers organization. He previously coached at Double-A Huntsville ( , 2014) and Triple-A Nashville ( ). In addition, he spent two seasons as hitting coordinator from 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. Another career highlight came in July 2009 when he served as the pitcher for Brewers first baseman Prince Fielder during the MLB Home Run Derby in St. Louis. Fielder won the contest. Before coaching, Guerrero had a 19-year playing career that included stints in the minor leagues 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 ( ), Double-A El Paso ( ) and Triple-A Denver ( ). In 1998, Guerrero won a league championship in Taiwan, claiming the batting title with a.361 batting average. Guerrero s father, Epy, was a renowned Major League scout in the Dominican Republic, while his brother, Mike, is the first base coach with the Brewers. Sandy and his wife, Jessica, reside in Huntsville, Alabama. Pitching Coach, Chris Hook Hook, 46, is in his eighth season in the Brewers organization. He served as pitching coach at Double-A Huntsville each of the past three seasons. 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 before returning to Huntsville ( ). This past offseason, 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 He also spent three seasons as the pitching coach for Northern Kentucky University from Hook was a pitcher for 11 professional seasons ( ), including two years in the Major Leagues with San Francisco from 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 BILOXI SHUCKERS PAGE 13