Brewers’ Ratterree rocked Rookie League


Pioneer League North
  Club W L PCT GB
Great Falls Voyagers (CWS) 48 28 .632
* Helena Brewers (MIL) 43 33 .566 5
Missoula Osprey (ARI) 31 42 .425 15.5
Billings Mustangs (CIN) 28 46 .378 19
Defeated Great Falls 2-0 in first round of Pioneer League Playoffs.

Lost 2-1 in Pioneer League Championship Series to Idaho Falls Chukars.


Claimed the first half Pioneer League North Division Title.

Outfielder Michael Ratterree named League MVP with stellar season.




OF – Michael Ratterree
Tenth round (302) pick by Milwaukee in 2013 from Rice University
Pioneer League’s 2013 Most Valuable Player
Compiled 16-game hitting streak July 7-July 26
Produced 12-game hitting streak August 24-September 4
Tied for seventh in games played with 65
Tied for ninth in At Bats with 258
Second in runs scored with 63
Tied for fourth with 81 hits
Tied for second in doubles with 22
Tied for third with six triples
Tied for second with 12 home runs
Tied for first with 58 RBI
First in Total Bases with 151
First with a .585 Slugging Percentage
Ninth with .314 Batting Average
Third with an OPS of .976



OF – Omar Garcia
Seventh round (212) pick in 2013 by Milwaukee from Miami Dade CC
Tied for sixth in walks with 34
Second with 28 stolen bases
Second with a .425 On Base Percentage

OF – Jose Pena
Tied for eighth with 19 doubles
Tied for seventh with ten home runs
Tied for tenth with a .502 Slugging Percentage

3B – Taylor Brennan
Tied for second with 12 home runs
Tenth in RBI with 45
Fourth in walks with 39

RHP – Chris Razo
Milwaukee’s 24th round (722) pick in 2013 from Illinois State University
Undefeated 6-0 record with Helena
Appeared in four games with Single A Wisconsin
Tied for third with six wins

LHP – Anthony Banda
Produced six quality starts for Helena
Sixth with a 4.45 Earned Run Average.

RHP – Andy Hillis
Milwaukee’s 11th round (332) pick in 2013 from Lee University
Tied for ninth with five saves

Players of the Week
Summary Source: Courtesy of

Period of July 22-28
Hobbs Johnson, Helena
(0-0, 0.00 ERA, 2 G, 1 SV, 4 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 HR, 0 HBP, 0 BB, 6 K)
Johnson, a 14th-round pick out of the University of North Carolina last month, pitched only four innings this week, but they were all but perfect. He faced seven batters at Ogden on Monday, allowing one hit and fanning four, and recorded his first professional save Saturday after retiring all six Missoula hitters he faced, two via strikeout.
Period of July 8-14
Eduard Reyes, Helena
(1-0, 0.00 ERA, 2 G, 1 GS, 9 1/3 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 HR, 0 HBP, 3 BB, 10 K)
Eduard Reyes, a Brewers right-hander, earned the nod this week after a pair of scoreless outings for Helena. The 22-year-old Dominican first held Idaho Falls to one hit over 4 1/3 innings of relief to pick up his second win on July 9 and then allowed one hit while striking out eight over five frames in a no-decision against Ogden on July 14. In five outings (two starts), Reyes has struck out 19 and allowed four earned runs in 20 2/3 innings.





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