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6/27: Around the Cubs Minor Leagues

The Cubs minor leagues on Wednesday, June 27.

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 The Cubs scored three in the fourth and two more in the fifth to beat the Angels 5-4 on Wednesday.  Trey Martin went 3-for-5 with a triple and a run scored.  Bijan Rademacher had two hits and a run scored.  David Bote hit his first home run of the season and had three RBI’s.  Dan Vogelbach had another hit and also had a walk.  Brian Smith got the start pitching four innings and giving up one run.  Arturo Maltos-Garcia was not that good, but got the win in relief.  Michael Heesch recorded his first save of the season striking out two batters in one inning of work.

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 Spokane scored five unearned runs in the second which proved to be more than enough as they beat Boise 6-2 on Wednesday.  Taylor Scott gave up give runs, all of which were unearned on six hits in 3.1 innings.  Joseph Zeller pitched 3.2 innings in relief giving up one run and striking out two.  Marco Hernandez and Shawon Dunston Jr. had two hits a piece and Hernandez had an RBI.  Lance Rymel had the other Boise RBI on the night.  The Hawks record now stands at 4-9.

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Jose Rosario and the Peoria Chiefs to the loss on Wednesday.  Rosario gave up three runs in five innings of work.  At the plate Dustin Geiger went 2-for-4 with a run scored.  Paul Hoilman had a double and RBI.  Zeke DeVoss, Anthony Giansanti, Yasiel Balaguert, and Oliver Zapata all had hits and Giansanti drove in a run.  Although they lost the Chiefs got some good news as Javier Baez played in his first game since having to leave early on Sunday.

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Daytona pounded out 17 hits as they beat St. Lucie 12-1.  The Cubs got a huge night from Greg Rohan who went 5-for-5 with two doubles, two runs scored, and two RBI’s.  He now has 63.  The Cubs also had a nice day from Matt Szczur who was 3-for-6 with a double, two runs scored and a grand slam.  Ronald Torreyes and Arismendy Alcantara each had two hits and each drove in a run.  Rubi Silva, Rebel Ridling, and John Andreoli all had RBI’s.  Daytona’s pitching was also very good on Wednesday.  Austin Kirk earned his fourth win of the season pitching six scoreless innings while striking out six.  Eduardo Figueroa pitched three innings in relief to record his second save of the season.

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Not much good came out of Wednesday for Tennessee.  They lost 11-0 giving up 21 hits while only recording three hits.  Dae-Eun Rhee got the loss tossing four innings giving up six runs on seven hits.  Casey Harman was not much better in relief giving up four runs on an unbelievable ten hits in only 2.2 innings.  Logan Watkins, James Adduci, and Michael Burgess had the only three hits the Smokies would have on Wednesday.  Not much more to say about this one, it was just a bad game.

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 Iowa gave up at least one run in each of the first six innings played.  Josh Vtters had another good day going 2-for-4 at the plate with a double, triple, two runs score, and one RBI.  Matt Tolbert, Dave Sappelt, and Diory Hernandez all had two hits a piece.  Ty Wright had three RBI’s and Adrian Cardenas added an RBI of his own on Wednesday.  Chris Rusin gave up eight runs on eight hits in four innings to drop his record to 6-6.  Alberto Cabrera did not fair much better giving up two runs in two innings.  Mike MacDougal, Jeff Beliveau, and Esmailin Caridad all pitched scoreless innings for Iowa in the game.

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Mark

6/21: Around the Cubs Minor League System

Around the minor leagues on Thursday, June 21.

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Boise won  a thriller walking off in the bottom of the ninth.  The game was tied 3-3 going to the ninth when Eugene score one, but Boise came back and scored two to win the game 5-4.  With one out Gioskar Amaya tripled.  Jeimer Candelario tied the game with a single to right field.  After moving to third on a basehit by Wilson Contreras  up stepped Rock Shoulders.  Shoulders delivered a game winning single to left field and Boised got their second win of the season.  The Hawks belted out 13 hits on Thursday.  Amaya, Contreras, Xavier Batista all had two hits on the night.  Candelario had the best night offensively as he went 3-for-4 with a homer and two RBI’s.  The Hawks also got a great pitching performance from Hayden Simpson who pitched four innings and giving up one unearned run on only one hit.  He also struck out seven in his first win at Boise this year.

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Daytona got a great pitching performance from Austin Kirk as the Cubs won 3-0.  Kirk pitched seven spectacular innings allowing zero runs and yielding only four hits.  He also struck out three and walked two.  Rebel Ridling had three hits including a double and a run scored.  Ronald Torreyes had an outstanding day at the plate going 2-for-4 with a double and a home run.  He also scored two runs and drove in one.  Greg Rohan and Rubi Silva also drove in a run a piece.  Ryan Searle and Jeffrey Lorick each pitched a scoreless inning as well as striking out two each.

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Nicholas Struck pitched brilliantly on Thursday helping Tennessee win 3-1.  Struck gave up one run on two hits in six innings.  He also struck out seven batters as he improved his recored to 8-6.  Ty’relle Harris and Marcus Hatley each pitched well in relief.  Junior Lake was the offensive star on Thursday going 4-for-5 with a double and a run scored.  His average now stands at .318.  Justin Bour went 3-for-5 with an RBI.  Logan Watkins and Matthew Cerda added two hits and scored a run each.  Nelson Perez who was promoted had the other RBI on Thursday.

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Not much good happened for Iowa today as they lost 6-2.  Brett Jackson, Ty Wright, and Josh Vitters had the only hits for the Cubs.  Vitters hit his 11th home run of the year.  Frankie De La Cruz pitched only 4.2 innings giving up five runs, only two of which were earned on eight hits.  Mike MacDougal gave up another run and three hits in his one inning of work.  Jeff Beliveau pitched a scoreless inning in relief.  Iowa’s record now stands at 31-43.

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Mark

6/16: Around the Cubs Minor League System

A look around the Cubs minor leagues system on Saturday June, 16.

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Boise got the scoring early, but saw the lead slip away in the middle innings.  Catcher Wilson Contreras and first baseman Rock Shoulders each hit their first home run of the year on Saturday.  Gioskar Amaya had a triple and Dong-Yub Kim added a double.  Marco Hernandez and Eduardo Gonzalez each had RBI’s for the Hawks.  Starting pitcher James Pugliese took the loss as he gave up three runs on six hits in five innings of work.  Amaury Paulino struggled in his two innings giving up four runs on five hits.  Roderik Pichardo pitched a scoreless inning for Boise.

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Peoria was trailing 5-2 when play was suspended by rain.  The game will pick up where it left off in the bottom of the fourth.  Peoria went down by five early, but will have the bases loaded and one out with Yaniel Cabezas coming to the plate looking to continue their comeback against Clinton.  The game will be followed by a seven inning game on Sunday.

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The struggling Rebel Ridling launched his eighth homer of the year to give Tennessee a 2-1 win on Saturday.  The story of the game was the pitching performance of the Smokies.  Eric Jokisch was outstanding once again as he pitched six strong innings giving up one run on four hits.  His ERA now stands at 1.42.  Not to be outdone Marcus Hatley pitched two scoreless innings as he earned his third win of the year.  Frank Batista closed the game in the ninth recording his 10th save of the season.  The only other run the Smokies scored was driven in by James Adduci.  Michael Burgess and Logan Watkins also had hits on the night.

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Iowa got down early and never could rebound as they lost 9-1.  Chris Rusin was not good on Saturday as he gave up eight runs on nine hits in 3.1 innings.  The bright spot for the Cubs tonight was Josh Vitters as he went 4-for-4 including a double and a run scored.  Brett Jackson also had a double and drove in the Cubs only run of the day.  Anthony Rizzo played again on Saturday also adding a double.  In relief Jay Jackson struck out five in 3.2 innings and Jeff Beliveau threw a scoreless inning.

Thanks for Reading,
Mark

6/11: Around the Cubs Minor League System

Here is your minor league recap from June 11, 2012.

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Games don’t get much more wild than this one last night.  The Peoria Chiefs trailed 6-0 in the second inning only to come all the way back for a walk-off 10-9 victory, their seventh in a row.  Gerardo Concepcion struggled again as he was beat up early and often.  Concepcion lasted four innings, giving up nine runs on 11 hits while walking three and striking out one.  His offense came to the rescue however as the Chiefs pounded out 15 hits resulting in 10 runs.  Dustin Geiger, just back from injury was the hero for the Chiefs.  Geiger was 4-for-5 at the plate with a home run, three RBI’s, and three runs scored, he also had the game winning single in the 9th.  Paul Hoilman also had a big day going 3-for-4 with a home run and three RBI’s in the win.  With the win the Chiefs are now the only team in the Cubs organization to be at .500 or better, they are on a roll. 

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 Matt Loosen was at his best Monday Night as he shut down the Tampa Yankees en route to a 5-0 win.  Loosen was outstanding tossing six shut-out innings while walking three and striking out seven.  Loosen has quietly had a great year for the D-Cubs as he is now 5-1 on the season with a 2.63 ERA.  Arismendy Alcantara was a force again at the top of the lineup as he was 1-for-3 with an RBI, a run scored, and two stolen bases, he now has 18 on the season.  Greg Rohan continued his strong 2012 campaign as he was 2-for-4 at the plate with his 20th double of the season, he also had two RBI’s which bring his season total to 54.

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 Trey McNutt finally had a bad outing on Monday as he allowed nine runs, eight earned in just three and a-third en route to a 14-7 loss to Mississippi.  McNutt had been pretty good all year-long, the loss drops him to 4-5 and his ERA climbs to 3.65, still very respectable despite giving up eight earned runs.  Junior Lake was 1-for-5 at the plate with his 4th home run of the season, a solo shot.  Welington Castillo, still rehabbing from a sore knee was tremendous once again as he nears a return to the Cubs.  Castillo was 1-for-2 with another home run, and two RBI’s, he’s now hitting .429 with two home runs and five RBI’s during his rehab stint.   

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 It was the Anthony Rizzo show once again in Iowa.  Rizzo was 3-for-4 at the plate with two home runs (21, 22) and a double, he drove in four runs and scored two more.  Rizzo is now hitting .370 on the season with 22 home runs and 57 RBI’s, wow.  Unfortunately that wasn’t enough to lift Iowa to a win as they fell to Omaha 9-7 in a wild one.  Jay Jackson started for Iowa and was roughed up.  Jackson allowed seven runs on 11 hits in just three and two-thirds innings of work.  Jeff Beliveau was hung with the loss as he gave up two runs on four hits as he only lasted one inning.  Geovany Soto made his first rehab start and was 0-for-2 with a run scored after being hit by a pitch.  Soto is expecting to be at Iowa for a week as he recovers from minor knee surgery.  Josh Vitters, Dave Sappelt, and Blake Lalli all had two hits in a losing effort. 

Thanks for reading,
– George

6-7: Around the Minor League System

Minor League recap for June 7.

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 Peoria’s pitching was magnificent once again as the Chiefs shutout Cedar Rapids on Thursday.  Michael Jensen got his sixth win of the season as he only gave up one hit and struck out seven in five innings.  Not to be outdone Felix Pena struck out five in two innings and Hunter Cervenka added two strikeouts in his two innings as he recorded his first save of the season.  Cervenka’s ERA now stands at 0.73.  Taiwan Easterling and Anthony Giansanti each had an RBI, which would prove to be all the Chiefs would need.

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Tennessee got the scoring started early, but Mississippi would score the next seven taking a commanding 7-1 through the top of five.  After Tennessee got a run back in the fifth, they would score four in the sixth with RBI’s from Nate Samson, Jae-Hoon Ha, Junior Lake, and Justin Bour.  After the Smokies tied the game in the eighth, Logan Watkins won the game with a walkoff single in the ninth to give Tennessee an 8-7 win.  The top of the order did a great job as Logan Watkins led off and had two hits, two walk, an RBI, and three runs scored.  Jae-Hoon Ha hit second and had three hits, an RBI, and two runs scored.  The number three hitter Junior Lake went 3-for-3 and had two RBI’s.  Cleanup hitter Justin Bour had two hits and three RBI’s as well.  Matthew Cerda also contributed three hits on the evening.  Dae-Eun Rhee struggled in his five innings of work, but the bullpen shut the Braves out for the last four innings and Alberto Cabrera got his second win of the year.  A great comback for the Smokies.

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 Iowa scored two runs in the eighth to get the win 5-4 on Thursday night.  After Nashville opened the scoring, Iowa came right back in the bottom of the second to tie the game on an RBI single by Dave Sappelt.  The Cubs would score two more in the third on an Anthony Rizzo groundout followed by an RBI double by Josh Vitters.  Nashville would get the next three runs off of Chris Volstad who pitched seven innings giving up four runs, three of which were earned.  Going into the bottom of the eighth Iowa trailed 4-3 until Ty Wright came up and connected on a two-run homer, his fourth of the year to give the Cubs the lead.  Scott Maine threw a scoreless ninth recording his fourth save of the season.  Jeff Beliveau got the win.

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Another good night for the Cubs system, this time two come from behind wins.

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Mark

6/1: Around the Cubs Minor League System

Minor League report for Friday June 1.  A good day for the system winning three out of four.

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Peoria scored early and often taking a commanding 6-1 lead through four innings.  Burlington rallied, but came short as Michael Jensen improved his record to 5-2 on the season.  He went 5.2 innings giving up two runs on five hits while striking out three and walking two.  Javier Baez had two hits today as did Paul Hoilman and Yasiel Balaguert.  Hoilman hit his 17th double of the season and drove in three runs bringing his season total to 35.  Pin Chieh Chen had two RBIs and hit his second home run of the season and Sergio Burruel also drove in two runs.

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A six run second and an eight run fifth is all you need to know about this game as Daytona powered passed Fort Myers 16-7.  Eight of the nine Daytona players recorded a hit and five of those eight recorded multiple hits.  The hero on Thursday, Ronald Torreyes went 4-for-5 with two doubles, two RBI’s and two runs scored on Friday.  Rubi Silva and Greg Rohan each had three hits including two doubles from Rohan.  Rohan also drove in one run bringing his season total to an impressive 46.  Nelson Perez hit his ninth home run of the season and Micah Gibbs connected on his third.  Benefiting from the 16 runs was  Matt Loosen who improved his record to 3-1.  Former first round pick Hayden Simpson continued to struggle giving up four runs over 1.2 innings.

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Trey McNutt improved his recorded to 3-4 going six strong innings only giving up one run on four hits while striking out two and walking two.  McNutt gave up his lone run in the top of the sixth, but Tennessee would answer in the bottom half.  James Adduci, who had three hits on the day singled and would score on a wild pitch.  Matthew Cerda then singled, stole second base, and scored on a two out double by Michael BurgessJunior Lake also added two hits on the day raising his average to .306.  That was all the Smokies bullpen would need as Alberto Cabrera struck out four in two scoreless innings and Marcus Hatley closed it out earning his second save of the season.

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Cubs rally, but give it up late to lose 5-4.  Brett Jackson got the scoring started in the first with a lead off home run.  Omaha answered right back with two and would then add two more in the third off of starter Chris Volstad giving them a 4-1 lead.  Volstad kept the Cubs in the game, not giving up another run as he departed with two outs in the seventh.  The Cubs cut the deficit in half in the sixth on Ty Wright RBI single.  Wright would lead off the eighth with another hit and up stepped Josh Vitters to the plate.  Vitters connected for his eighth homer of the year tying the game at four.  Unfortunately Jeff Beliveau could not keep the game tied as he gave up a run in the bottom half.  Iowa did not have another rally in them and lost a tough one 5-4.  Brett Jackson continued to stay hot at the plate as he went 3-for-4 with a walk and another home run.  He is now hitting .378 in his last 10 games including three homers and nine RBI’s.

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Mark

5/20: Around the Cubs Minor League System

Here is the recap of the Cubs minor league system from 5/20/12, enjoy.

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The Chiefs needed extra innings to beat Cedar Rapids 9-6 on Sunday after they blew leads of 4-0 and 6-4 in the ninth.  Gerardo Concepcion had his second decent outing in a row and was in line for his second win before Cedar Rapids tied it in the ninth.  Concepcion went five innings while allowing four runs on six hits.  The Chiefs offense was in high gear as they pounded out 15 hits and 9 runs in the win.  Taylor Davis was 3-for-3 with a double, a walk, two runs scored and two RBI’s.  Rafael Lopez, Paul Hoilman, Anthony Giansanti, and Oliver Zapata all had two hits.

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Austin Kirk finally had a poor outing, probably my fault because I wrote about him last week.  Kirk had his shortest outing of the season going two and 1/3rd of an inning while allowing six runs to suffer his first loss of the season.  Kirk’s ERA still sits at a sparkling 2.68 after giving up six runs.  The D-Cubs couldn’t string together much at the plate as the top of the order had trouble getting on base.  Nelson Perez, and Elieser Bonne each had two hits in the losing effort. 

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Trey McNutt continued his solid season on Sunday as he went five innings to earn his second victory of the season.  McNutt gave up three runs, however only one was earned as he lowered his ERA to 2.67.  The middle of the order was once again productive for the Smokies.  Jae-Hoon Ha collected two more hits in the victory as he raised his average to .265 on the season.  Rebel Ridling had a huge day at the plate going 2-for-3 with two home runs and three RBI’s.

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For the second straight day the Iowa Cubs couldn’t find any offense as they lost to Salt Lake 2-1.  Rodrigo Lopez was nearly un-hittable as he only allowed one hit over six innings or work, unfortunately he was tagged with a no decision.  Jeff Beliveau had a solid day out of the bullpen going two innings and striking out three.  The I-Cubs were only able to scratch out five hits and one run.  Brett Jackson was 1-for-5 with a double, and Josh Vitters was 1-for-3 with a double and a run.  

 

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– George

5/2: Bats Fall Silent in I-Cubs Loss

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– George

4/30: Around the Cubs Minor League System

Here is your nightly recap for the Cubs minor league system, full recaps/box scores after the jump, enjoy.

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4/24: I-Cubs Punchless in Finale

Travis Wood had a solid effort on Tuesday, but the I-Cubs couldn’t muster any offense in a 4-0 defeat to Memphis.  Welington Castillo, and Luis Valbuena each had two hits, but the I-Cubs couldn’t string anything together against Shelby Miller and the Cardinals.  Full box score after the jump.

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