The Timber Rattlers won the first round of playoffs and move on to play Clinton tonight in the second round. Once again, Kyle has great coverage.
Player/Pitcher Points of Interest
|David Goforth||9.0||4||0||0||2||9||0||0.00||W, 1-0|
After the jump, an analysis of the system's complete games in 2012 (as we all know, the Big Brewers don't have any, and the Timber Rattlers have had 2 in the past two days.)
There have been 14 complete games in the US-based Brewers organization this year. Of those, 9 were in 7-inning doubleheaders. 1 was Brian Baker's 4.2 IP rain-shortened loss on 5/29.
9-Inning Complete Games
|Jimmy Nelson||Brevard County||5/18||2-1 (L)|
Doubleheader Complete Games
|Josh Stinson||Huntsville||6/8||4-2 (6 IP, L)|
|Seth McClung||Nashville||6/9||1-0 (6 IP, L)|
|Taylor Jungmann||Brevard County||6/10||3-2|
|Jed Bradley||Brevard County||6/27||8-1|
|Wily Peralta||Nashville||7/21||4-2 (6 IP, L)|
|Drew Gagnon||Brevard County||8/28||6-0|
Gagnon is unusual in that he had 3 8-inning starts in 2012. If there's a trend here, it's that top prospects tend to be trusted; McClung's CG is an anomaly (of Nashville's minor league vets, Baker didn't have a real CG this year and Vargas didn't pitch in one despite having 5 starts where he pitched 7 or more innings.)