Following a tough 2013 campaign with the Brevard County Manatees where he faltered down the stretch, left-handed pitcher Brent Suter is making a statement with the Double A Huntsville Stars in 2014.
The 24-year-old Harvard graduate has produced a 3-0 record allowing a mere three earned runs through 25 innings pitched in the Southern League. He also has walked just four batters and allowed 11 hits for a WHIP of .600 to begin the season with a bang.
Suter produced a stellar eight inning appearance in his last start April 23 against Mobile and allowed one earned run to pick up his third victory of the season.
In his one No Decision April 12, he pitched six innings and allowed one earned run in a Stars’ ten inning loss against Pensacola.
The lanky pitcher from Cincinnati struck eight Mississippi Braves April 17 to match his second most strikeouts in a game, only to his 11 while a member of the Brevard County Manatees in 2013.
In his career high performance with the Manatees he took a rough loss allowing one earned run through his seven innings of work in his career best game.
Teammates of Suter through his career with the Brewers organization told Brewers Farm Report previously he is a fearless pitcher who has the composure to go after hitters.