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De La Cruz and Neslony named Farm Bureau Pitcher and Player of the Week

Neslony hit .385 last week while De La Cruz posted a 0.75 ERA in two starts
July 8, 2019

PEARL, MS - Mississippi Braves right fielder Tyler Neslony and right-handed pitcher Jasseel De La Cruz  have been named Farm Bureau Player and Pitcher of the Week. The awards were given for their performances for the M-Braves from July 1-8.

M-Braves Jump on Shuckers Early in Series Opener

Six-Run Fourth Aids 11-1 Final
May 29, 2018

The Mississippi Braves (24-27) defeated the Biloxi Shuckers (30-21) 11-1 on Tuesday night at MGM Park. RHP Kyle Wright tossed seven innings of one run ball in the win for Mississippi.The Braves' offense went to work early and often against RHP Thomas Jankins (L, 6-3). Jankins allowed three runs on

Mississippi can't complete late rally against Biloxi

Toussaint collects nine strikeouts in first home start for M-Braves
August 6, 2017

PEARL, MS -- The Mississippi Braves (12-31, 46-67) took an early lead on the Biloxi Shuckers (21-22, 57-55) in game three at Trustmark Park, but were unable to hold on and dropped a 6-4 decision despite a late rally.Touki Toussaint got his first start at home as an M-Brave, and

Big innings lead Mobile past Mississippi 12-5

BayBears score four in second, five in sixth on way to game one victory
July 30, 2017

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M-Braves walk-off for second straight night over Biloxi

Tyler Neslony delivers two clutch hits to tie and win it for Mississippi
July 21, 2017

PEARL, MS -- For the second straight night, the Mississippi Braves (8-18, 42-54) beat the Biloxi Shuckers (11-15, 47-49) in walk-off fashion, but this time it took 12 innings to do it.Unlike game one, tonight's game started with offense. The M-Braves scored early, as Keith Curcio led things off with a

Blue Wahoos walk-off with 4-3 win

Nick Senzel ties league hitting streak mark at 16 games
July 16, 2017

PENSACOLA, FL -- For the second time in four games, Pensacola delivered a walk-off hit to defeat Mississippi 4-3 and tie the series at two games each. With the Braves leading 3-2 going to the bottom of the ninth, the Blue Wahoos scored twice on three hits and two walks to