Bradley Michael Wieck...son of Mike and Letha Wieck...attended Oklahoma City University where he pitched three complete games in 2013...also attended Frank Phillips College (TX) before transferring to Oklahoma City...pitched four complete games with Frank Phillips and made first-team Western Junior College Athletic Conference (2012)...attended Amarillo San Jacinto Christian High School (TX).
Appeared in 31 games for San Antonio (AA) and nine games for El Paso (AAA), combining for a 2-1 record and a 4.06 ERA (17 ER, 37.2 IP)...Converted seven of his eight save opportunities with the Missions and posted a 2.64 ERA (9 ER, 30.2 IP) in his 31 appearances (all in relief)...Made his Triple-A debut on 6/27 vs. Sacramento (1.0 IP, 2 H, ER, SO, BB)...Worked a total of 7.0 IP for the Chihuahuas and posted a 10.29 ERA with eight SO and 10 BB...In the Missions' playoff run, made his first career postseason appearance on 9/7 vs. Midland...worked 1.0 IP without allowing a hit...in his second appearance on 9/9 at Midland, tossed 0.1 inning while allowing three runs (all earned) and three walks.
Split the season between Lake Elsinore (A) and San Antonio (AA), pitching to a combined 4-1 record in 41 relief appearances, posting a 1.17 ERA (8 ER, 61.1 IP) with 93 SO to 24 BB and a .202 opponents' average...Named a California League Mid-Season All-Star for Lake Elsinore...Missed some time with San Antonio while on the seven-day DL from 8/16-9/2.
Began the season with Savannah (A) before being traded to SD and splitting the remainder of the season between Fort Wayne (A) and Lake Elsinore (A)...Pitched to a 7-11 record in 23 combined starts for Savannah, Fort Wayne and Lake Elsinore, posting a 4.09 ERA (56 ER, 123.1 IP) with 139 strikeouts SO against 40 BB...Acquired by SD as a PTBNL along with RHP Cory Mazzoni from NYM in exchange for LHP Alex Torres...Placed on the seven-day DL while with Lake Elsinore from 9/3-28, missing the remainder of the season.
Made his professional debut with Brooklyn (A), making 16 relief appearances and posting a 1-1 record with a 1.40 ERA (4 ER, 25.2 IP) and 39 strikeouts against six walks while limiting opponents to a .181 batting average.