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Cubs minor league recaps for July 3.
Trailing after the first by four the AZL Cubs came all the way back to tie the game at seven, but gave up a run in the bottom of the ninth to lose 8-7. Isaac Garsez had a great day at the plate going 4-for-5 with a home run and four RBI’s. The Cubs also had two hits a piece from Daniel Lockhart and Jacob Rogers. Lockhart added two RBI’s and Garrett Schlect also drove in one on the day. Not much good came from the pitching staff with Carlos Martinez-Pumarino getting the start, but only lasting .1 innings. Matt Iannazzo took the loss in relief giving up the game winner in the bottom of the ninth. The lone bright spot out of the bullpen on Tuesday was Alvido Jimenez who struck out three and only gave up one hit in 3.2 innings.
A late rally wasn’t enough on Tuesday as Boise lost to Tri-City 6-4. Jeimer Candelario was 2-for-3 with a run scored and an RBI. Rock Shoulders had a double and drove in two runs on the night. Losing pitcher Ian Dickson got the start, but could only last one inning as he gave up three runs, two earned on three hits. Rafael Diplan pitched well in relief throwing three solid innings. He lowered his ERA to .61.
The offense for Peoria struggled once again on Tuesday losing to Kane County 4-1. Starting pitcher Joseph Zeller took the loss pitching five innings giving up two runs on six hits. Hunter Cervenka was really good out of the bullpen allowing only one hit and striking out four in three innings of work. Dustin Geiger, Wes Darvill, and Yasiel Balaguert were the only Chiefs players who recorded hits on Tuesday.
Daytona was trailing seven headed to the eighth before putting up six to trail by one, but that was where the comeback stopped as Daytona fell to Lakeland 9-8. A lot of good things happened offensively on Tuesday. Rubi Silva was 3-for-5 including a triple with a run scored and two RBI’s. John Andreoli, Rebel Ridling, and Elieser Bonne all had two hits on the night with Bonne adding two RBI’s and Ridling and Andreoli had one a piece. Austin Kirk got the start and took the loss on Tuesday. He gave up five runs on six hits in four innings of work. The bullpen didn’t fair much better with Matthew Spencer and Scott Weismann each gave up two runs in their relief outings.
Tennessee gave up four in the seventh and five in the eighth to drop the game 11-6. Michael Burgess had two hits, including a triple. He also drove in four runs and scored one. Junior Lake and Nelson Perez each a hit on the day and drove in a run. Logan Watkins also had two hits including a triple and he also scored a run. The pitching staff didn’t fair too well. Trey McNutt got the start, but didn’t factor in the decision. He gave up two runs on seven hits in four innings of work. Jeffry Antigua, Keven Rhoderick, and Casey Weathers all struggled in their relief appearances, with Rhoderick taking the loss.
Recently demoted Randy Wells pitched good on Tuesday getting win as Iowa won 3-2. Wells gave up one run on three hits in five innings. He also struck out four and walked two. Ryan Rowland-Smith and Jay Jackson each recorded a hold and Michael Bowden earned his first save of the season. Offensively Josh Vitters was the star once again going 1-for-3 with two RBI’s. Blake DeWitt drove in the other Cubs run on the day. Brett Jackson had one hit, stole his 18th base and scored a run.
Another rough day for the Cubs minor leaguers.
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Your nightly trip around the bases for June 28th, 2012.
AZL Cubs had a nice night winning 11-2. Jacob Rogers had a great night at the plate going 4-for-4 with two home runs, four runs scored, and four RBI’s. Trey Martin had three hits and three RBI’s on Thursday. Ben Carhart and Carlos Penalver each had two hits. Dan Vogelbach and Justin Marra each had a double and drove in a run. Carlos Martinez-Pumarino got the win pitching five innings in relief giving no runs on three hits while striking out five. Nathan Dorris and Ryan Hartman each pitched a scoreless inning in relief. Hope to see more nights like this from the Cubs as the summer goes forward.
We have been waiting, and Boise finally delivered beating Spokane 12-2. Chadd Krist was 4-for-5 with two doubles, three runs scored, and one driven in. Wilson Contreras also was 4-for-5 with a double, two runs scored, and three driven in. Stephen Bruno had two hits with a run scored and an RBI. Dong-Yub Kim hit his second home run of the season, a grand slam. Ian Dickson was the beneficiary of all those runs earning his first win of the season pitching five innings, giving up two runs, one earned on four hits, while striking out six. Eduardo Orozco, Rafael Diplan, and Su-Min Jung all pitched well in relief. All in all it was a very good night for the Hawks.
Gerardo Concepcion was roughed up early, giving up four runs in the first, but settled down as he pitched six inning giving up five runs on six hits. He took the loss and is now 2-6 with a 7.39 ERA. Javier Baez had a great night at the plate going 3-for-4 with two doubles, a run scored, and three stolen bases. Dustin Geiger, Taiwan Easterling, and Oliver Zapata all had RBI’s on the night and Paul Hoilman had two hits. Larry Suarez also struggled in relief giving up two runs on four hits in two innings of work.
It was a great night for the Daytona offense beating Dunedin 14-4. Cubs got home runs from Ronald Torreyes, Arismendy Alcantara, and Rebel Ridling. Arismendy went 3-for-5 with three runs scored and four RBI’s. Rubi Silva was also 3-for-5 including two doubles and drove in two. Lead-off hitter Matt Szczur was on base five times. He was 3-for-3 with two walks, two RBI’s, three stolen bases, and three runs scored. Robert Whitenack got the start but didn’t get the win pitching only four innings while giving up three runs, only one earned on six hits while striking out four. A.J. Morris got the win in relief pitching two scoreless innings while striking out one. Brian Schlitter threw another good outing in relief pitching a scoreless ninth.
Trey McNutt was not able to get out of the first inning on Friday pitching only .2 inning and giving up eight runs, four earned on six hits. Ty’relle Harris threw four quality innings of relief giving up two runs, one earned on five hits, while striking out two. The Smokies were pretty good at the plate scoring six runs on twelve hits. Jae-Hoon Ha, Junior Lake, Michael Brenly, and Elliot Soto all had two hits on the night. Nelson Perez and Brenly each hit a home run. The Smokies also had RBI’s from Ha, Lake, Justin Bour, and James Adduci.
Chris Volstad pitched pretty good on Friday, but it wasn’t enough for Iowa losing 3-1. Volstad gave up three runs, two earned on six hits in seven innings. He also struck out seven and walked zero. Matt Tolbert was great at the plate going 4-for-5 with a double, triple, and a run scored. Adrian Cardenas, Ty Wright, and Blake Lalli each had two hits. Josh Vitters was finally held hitless and Brett Jackson went 1-for-5. Jay Jackson struck out two and didn’t allow a baserunner in one inning of work out of the bullpen.
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