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Earning Their Stripes: 6/13/21

The Sunday edition of Earning Their Stripes features a timeline for the events of the day.

Here’s what happened Sunday in timeline order.

Noon: Jupiter Hammerheads (18-17) hosting Fort Myers Mighty Mussels (19-16) (Low-A)
2:15 PM: Chattanooga Lookouts (20-14) hosting Pensacola Blue Wahoos (20-15) (Double-A)
3:05 PM: Beloit Snappers (16-19) hosting Cedar Rapids Kernels (17-18)
6:35 PM: Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp (21-14) hosting Norfolk Tides (13-20)

12:03 PM

(JUP) The first pitch at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium, from 21-year-old right-hander Matt Givin, is hit on a rope into left field for a single by Edouard Julien.

12:12 PM

(JUP) On a full count from Givin in the top of the first, Aaron Sabato draws a walk. On the same pitch, Hammerheads catcher Cameron Barstad is unable to corral the ball, resulting in Edouard Julien scoring the first run on the game on a passed ball. 1-0, Mussels, but the run is unearned.

1:35 PM

(JUP) Aaron Sabato draws a bases-loaded walk off Givin, Givin’s fifth free pass of the game. Still responsible for the three players on base, he’s relieved by Sam Bordner.

1:41 PM

(JUP) Two outs later and with the bases still loaded, Yunior Severino hits a two-run single to make it 4-0, Mighty Mussels. All four runs allowed by Givin are marked unearned.

2:07 PM

(JUP) Barstad crosses the plate on a Angeudis Santos sacrifice fly to help Jupiter avoid the shutout.

2:10 PM

(JUP) Davis Bradshaw gets Jupiter within a run with a two-run double, scoring Dalvy Rosario and Diowill Burgos. Sharks still trail, 4-3.

2:19 PM

(CHA) Randy Wynne of the Lookouts (1-1, 6.14) delivers a ball high-and-outside for the first pitch of the day against Demetrius Sims of the Wahoos.

2:36 PM

(CHA) Lazaro Alonso brings Peyton Burdick home with the first run of the game in the top of the second. Wahoos 1, Lookouts 0

3:05 PM

(CHA) Jerar Encarnacíon delivers his fifth home run of the season, a solo shot to put the Wahoos up, 2-0.

3:07 PM

(BEL) Kyle Nicolas delivers a ball high, kicking off Beloit’s showdown with the Kernels.

3:19 PM

(CHA) Jhon Nunez clubs his first tater of the season for the Wahoos, making the score 3-0.

3:20 PM

(CHA) Within a minute of Nunez going deep in Chattanooga, Snappers starter Kyle Nicolas allows Wander Javier of the Kernels to go deep with a two-run shot to open the scoring in Beloit.

3:35 PM

(CHA) In the meantime, Wahoos starting pitcher Brandon Leibrandt has made it through five innings without allowing a hit. He had surrendered a pair of walks and struck out one batter.

3:38 PM

(JUP) Like much ado about nothing, the Mussels make it final by striking Victor Mesa Jr. out with J.D. Orr on second base. Fort Myers 4, Jupiter 3.


  • the two teams combined for only eight hits, five for Jupiter, and three for Fort Myers
  • no Hammerhead player had more than one hit, but J.D. Orr reached base three times with two walks and a single, then stole two bases for 11 on the season
  • Cameron Barstad and Davis Bradshaw each hit a double
  • Sam Bordner pitched two shutout innings, allowing only a single and striking out two
  • Joey Steele pitched two shutout innings, allowing only a walk and striking out two
  • New addition Jefry Nan pitched a scoreless ninth despite walking two batters
  • Jupiter goes 2-4 through the six-game set, landing at 18-18

3:45 PM

(BEL) The Snappers scored five runs on Cedar Rapids, with a Tevin Mitchell RBI-single, a sacrifice fly by Ynmanol Marinez, and a three-run homer by Troy Johnston, his fourth for a 5-2 lead.

3:52 PM

(BEL) The Kernels chip away at Beloit’s lead with a third inning Jair Camargo RBI-single. The lead is now 5-3.

3:59 PM

(BEL) Mitchell singles Nic Ready home in the bottom of the third to set the score at 6-3 in favor of Beloit.

4:49 PM

(CHA) After Brandon Leibrandt pitched six no-hit innings, followed by hitless innings from Dylan Bice and Andrew Bellatti, reliever Brian McKenna opened the ninth with a strikeout, followed by a walk, a single, and a three-run homer to get the Lookouts within a run.

4:56 PM

(CHA) Colton Hock relieved McKenna, and earned his ninth save of the year by nailing down the final two outs. Pensacola 4, Chattanooga 3


  • Pensacola had a combined no-hitter going until one out in the ninth
  • Jerar Encarnacíon led Pensacola’s offense with three hits, including two home runs
  • Leibrandt lowered his ERA by over two runs after entering the day at 8.71. Six shutout innings left it at 6.61
  • Pensacola splits their six games with Chattanooga, landing them at 21-15

4:58 PM

(BEL) Cedar Rapids pitcher Derek Molina loads the bases then uncorks two wild pitches to let Connor Scott and Thomas Jones to cross the plate in succession for an 8-3 Beloit lead.

5:13 PM

(BEL) Gabe Snyder hits a two-run homer off Beloit reliever Zach Sterner with two outs in the bottom of the ninth. Sterner strikes out Trey Cabbage a moment later to end the game in a non-save situation. Beloit 8, Cedar Rapids 5


  • The Snappers totaled eight runs despite only collecting four hits
  • Evan Brabrand (1-1, 7.07) earned the win, striking out three in 3 23 scoreless innings
  • Mitchell owned half of Beloit’s base hits, with a pair of singles
  • Connor Scott didn’t get a hit, but he drew three walks
  • Beloit won two-of-six in the six-game series

6:35 PM

Norfolk and Jacksonville were delayed by rain.

7:27 PM

The finale between the Tides and the Shrimp was postponed, and reset for a twin-bill on August 4. Jacksonville won two-of-five to drop the six game-set.

After a day off, all four teams will kick off their respective seventh six-game series’ of the season (of 20).

The Hammerheads will host the St. Lucie Mets at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium starting at 6:30 PM on Tuesday night.

The Jumbo Shrimp will visit the Charlotte Knights at Truist Field starting at 7:04 PM.

The Snappers will visit the Peoria Chiefs at Dozer Park beginning at 7:35 PM.

Pensacola will host the Montgomery Biscuits starting at 7:35 PM.