Minor League Baseball

                  === Parra perfect for Triple-A Nashville ===
 Round Rock, TX (Sports Network) - Milwaukee Brewers farmhand Manny Parra threw
 a perfect game for Triple-A Nashville in a 3-0 victory over Round Rock Monday.
 The  24-year-old  left-hander, a 26th-round  selection of the Brewers in 2001,
 struck  out  a career-high 11 batters  and was mobbed by teammates after first
 baseman Brad Nelson recorded the final out on a pop-up by Jesse Garcia.
 Parra  recorded the  third nine-inning perfect game in the 104-year history of
 the  Pacific Coast  League. It was also the second perfect game for Nashville,
 as John Wasdin accomplished the feat on April 7, 2003.
 Incredibly,  it  was also  Parra's (1-1)  first win at  the Triple-A level. He
 threw 77 of his 107 pitches for strikes.
 06/26 01:03:26 ET

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