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Former Mudcats sent to Minors camp after Big League stint

Several former Mudcats among Brewers' first cuts of Spring Training
(Evan Moesta)
March 11, 2020

The Brewers recently made their first cuts of the spring as they sent 11 players to Minor League camp on Monday. Of those 11 players, seven were former Mudcats including 2019 Carolina League MVP Mario Feliciano. Feliciano, who is currently ranked by MLB Pipeline as Milwaukee's No. 3 prospect, showed

The Brewers recently made their first cuts of the spring as they sent 11 players to Minor League camp on Monday. Of those 11 players, seven were former Mudcats including 2019 Carolina League MVP Mario Feliciano.

Feliciano, who is currently ranked by MLB Pipeline as Milwaukee's No. 3 prospect, showed well in his time in Big League camp before his transfer to the Minor League side. The 21-year-old catcher was a 2020 non-roster invitee and slashed .333/.357/.500 with a .857 OPS, two doubles and 5 RBI over 10 MLB Spring Training games.

The full list of former Mudcats recently sent to Minor League camp includes outfielder Corey Ray (2017 Mudcats), pitchers Trey Supak (2018), Drew Rasmussen (2019) and Clayton Andrews (2019), catchers Payton Henry (2019) and Feliciano (2019) and third baseman Lucas Erceg (2017).

Like Feliciano (No. 3), Rasmussen (No. 9), Ray (No. 10), Supak (No. 15), Henry (No. 16), Erceg (No. 26) and Andrews (No. 27) are also all listed on the Brewers Top 30 Prospects list.

The Mudcats will celebrate 30 years of baseball in North Carolina when they begin the upcoming 2020 season by hosting the Winston-Salem Dash on Thursday, April 9 at Five County Stadium in Zebulon, NC.

Season ticket packages, group ticket packages, the latest mini plans and individual game tickets for the upcoming 2020 season are all available now by visiting the Five County Stadium front office in Zebulon, by calling (919) 269-CATS (2287) and by visiting carolinamudcats.com.