Lewis Brinson is swinging the bat like a player who wants to get back up to the Major Leagues.
Following a homer in his last trip to the dish in Saturday's game, Milwaukee's top prospect went yard in his first two at-bats Sunday as Triple-A Colorado Springs fell to New Orleans, 8-4, at Security Service Field.
Video: Colorado Springs' Brinson homers again
In his first at-bat, Brinson sent a 1-0 pitch from Omar Bencomo over the fence in right-center field to put the Sky Sox up 1-0. He victimized the right-hander again in the third, time sending a 1-1 offering to left-center for a three-run shot.
It marked the second time this year that MLB.com's No. 15 overall prospect homered twice in the same game. The 23-year-old went downtown twice against Oklahoma City on June 1.
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"I think the mental side of my approach has been a work in progress throughout my career," Brinson said at the time. "These past few years, I think I've got a lot better at taking it one at-bat at a time and not chasing hits. Instead, I'm just trying to get the barrel on the ball and the results will come on their own."
The 23-year-old outfielder reached base for a third time on an intentional walk by Victor Payano in the ninth.
Brinson made his Major League debut on June 11. In 21 games with the Brewers, he went 5-for-47 with a pair of two homers and three RBIs. Since his return to Triple-A on Aug. 4, the Florida native is hitting .250 (7-for-28) with three long balls and five RBIs in six games.
In 75 games with Colorado Springs the 2012 first-round pick is hitting .334 and sports a .972 OPS with 13 homers and 48 RBIs.
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After Peter Mooney put the Baby Cakes ahead with an RBI single in the 11th, Ramon Cabrera padded the lead with a three-run blast.
Rehabbing Major Leaguer Chase Anderson allowed four runs on six hits and struck out two in 4 1/3 innings for the Sky Sox.
Tayron Guerrero (1-2) allowed one hit in a pair of scoreless innings en route to the win.