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November 15, 2022 – Southern League (SL)Biloxi Shuckers News Release

BILOXI, MS – Six members of the 2022 Biloxi Shuckers have been named MiLB.com Brewers’ Organizational All-Stars. Catcher Jakson Reetz, third baseman Cam Devanney, outfielders Sal Frelick and Jackson Chourio, left-handed pitcher Brandon Knarr and right-handed reliever Cam Robinson filled out six of the 11 All-Star spots for Milwaukee in 2022.


After being named the Southern League Most Valuable Player and a Southern League Postseason All-Star last week, Reetz garners another honor following a career season in 2022. In 64 games with the Shuckers, Reetz hit .281 with 16 doubles, a career-high 22 home runs, 58 RBI and 65 runs scored. His .636 slugging percentage and 1.028 OPS were the highest among hitters in the Southern League with at least 250 plate appearances and when he was promoted to Triple-A Nashville on July 11, he led the Southern League in home runs, slugging percentage, OPS, RBI and hit-by-pitch (16) while standing second in extra-base hits (38) and total bases (147). Despite playing his final 21 games with the Omaha Storm Chasers in the Kansas City Royals organization, Reetz led the Brewers’ organization in home runs (25), tied for fifth in extra-base hits (45), tied for sixth in RBI (67) and was eighth in total bases (175).

Devanney enjoyed a breakout year with the Shuckers in 2022 en route to his first organizational All-Star honor. Taken in the 15th round of the 2019 draft out of Elon, Devanney slashed .259/.340/.483 with 28 doubles, a triple, 20 home runs, 57 RBI and 59 runs scored in 115 games. He added on three more home runs while with Triple-A Nashville, giving him 23 for the year, the third most in the Brewers’ system in 2022. He also was second in the Brewers’ organization in doubles (32) and extra-base hits (56), third in total base (222) and slugging (.492), fourth in hits (119), fifth in RBI (68) and tied for sixth in runs scored (69). He became just the third player in Shuckers’ history to hit at least 20 home runs in a season and set the franchise record with a 19-game hitting streak from June 5 to June 26. The 25-year-old was third in the Southern League in extra-base hits (49) and slugging percentage (.483) while finishing sixth in doubles, total bases (194) and OPS (.823).

Regarded as the organization’s top prospect for most of the season, Frelick was promoted to Biloxi on May 3 after hitting .291 with High-A Wisconsin in 21 games. The outfielder only…

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