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7/4: Around the Cubs Minor League System

Happy 4th of July from the Cubs minor leagues.

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Boise lost to Tri-City on Wednesday 5-3.  Despite the loss there were a couple bright spots for the Hawks.  Chadd Krist was 3-for-4 with a double and a run scored.  Rock Shoulders also went 3-for-4 with a double and had two RBI’s.  Dong-Yub Kim had a double and an RBI.  Stephen Bruno and Bijan Rademacher each added a hit and Rademacher also scored a run.  Wellington Cruz got the start and took the loss.  His record now stands at 1-2.  Felix Pena was really good out of the bullpen striking out two and allowing only a hit in four innings pitched.

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Peoria had a nice win topping Burlington 8-2.  There was a lot of good things happening at the plate Wednesday for the Chiefs.  Dustin Geiger was 2-for-3 with two home runs, three runs scored and three RBI’s.  Oliver Zapata was 2-for-4 with a home run and three RBI’s and Taiwan Easterling was 2-for-4 with two doubles, two runs scored, and one RBI.  Javier Baez had one hit, drove in a run, and scored one and Zeke DeVoss added a triple.  Benefiting from the eight runs Michael Jensen earned his eighth win.  he pitched six innings giving up two runs, one earned on six hits while striking out five.  Austin Reed struck out three in two innings of relief and Yao-Lin Wang pitched a scoreless ninth to secure Peoria’s victory.

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Daytona got the scoring started in the first, but failed to score after that losing to Dunedin 5-2.  Rubi Silva was 2-for-4 with a double and a run scored.  Rebel Ridling also had two hits including a two-run double in the first.  Ronald Torreyes and Elieser Bonne each recorded two hits of their own.  Robert Whitenack only lasted 3.1 innings giving up five runs, four earned on four hits, while striking out five and walking two.  Edwardo Figueroa and Jeffrey Lorick did a great job in relief, only allowing one hit and one walk while striking out five in the final 4.2 innings.

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Tennessee lost a close one on Wednesday 4-3.  Greg Rohan hit his first home run since moving to Double-A, and he also drove in two runs.  Justin Bour was 2-for-4 with an RBI and Elliot Soto also had two hits.  Jae-Hoon Ha and James Adduci each had a hit and scored a run on Wednesday.  Dallas Beeler took the loss giving up four runs, three earned on nine hits in 4.1 innings.  Casey Harman and Ty’relle Harris pitched well in relief.  Each gave up a hit, but did not give up a run in the next 4.2 innings of the game.

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Iowa got the crap beat out of them on Wednesday losing to Omaha 11-2.  Rodrigo Lopez was aweful allowing eight runs, six earned on 11 hits in just 4.1 innings pitched.  Mike MacDougal was terrible once again giving up two runs in one inning pitched.  One has to wonder how much longer MacDougal will be pitching for this organization as his ERA now stands at 7.85.  Esmailin Caridad struck out four in 2.2 innings, but he also gave up one run and Jeff Beliveau pitched a scoreless ninth.  There weren’t too many bright spots, but Brett Jackson was 2-for-4 with two RBI’s hitting out of the five spot tonight.  Adrian Cardenas was 2-for-3 with a run scored and Matt Tolbert also added two hits.  Josh Vitters and Dave Sappelt each added a hit and Sappelt scored a run.

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Thanks for Reading,
Mark

7/2: Around the Cubs Minor League System

July 2nd Minor League recaps.

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The AZL Cubs took a 4-3 lead in the top of the ninth, but gave up two in the bottom half to lose 5-4.  In the defeat Dan Vogelbach had two hits including his second home run in as many days.  He drove in two on the day.  Cubs also had two hit performances out of Timothy Saunders, Daniel Lockhart, Ben Carhart, and Trevor Gretzky.  To go with his two hits Lockhart also drove in two and had a run scored.  Hunter Ackerman pitched three scoreless innings striking out three in the start.  Jin-Young Kim took the loss giving up two unearned runs in the bottom of the ninth.  It was a tough loss for the Cubs, but hopefully they can come back strong in the next one.

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 Boise gave up two runs in the bottom of the eigth and lost to Tri-City 7-5.  Despite the loss Gioskar Amaya was 3-for-5 with a triple, two runs scored, and two RBI’s.  Stephen Bruno also had two hits with a run scored and two RBI’s.  The Hawks also got hits from Jeimer Candelario, Chadd Kris, and Bijan Rademacher.  Starting pitcher Taylor Scott was pitching rather well until the fifth when he and Hayden Simpson combined to give up four runs and Simpson gave up one more in the sixth.  Tri-City completed the comeback in the eighth as Su-Min Jung gave up two runs and took the loss.

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Not a good night all around the Peoria losing to Kane County 6-0.  Starting pitcher Jose Rosario had a rough second inning giving up five runs, but really settled down and ended up pitching seven innings.  In those seven innings he gave up six runs, four earned on ten hits while striking out seven.  Sheldon McDonald threw two really nice innings out of the bullpen striking out three and allowing only a walk.  Offensively there wasn’t much to talk about.  The Chiefs were only able to muster up three hits.  Those getting hits on Monday were Zeke DeVoss, Paul Hoilman, and Pin-Chieh Chen.

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Daytona scored six runs in the sixth to win 7-3.  Elieser Bonne was 3-for-3 with a run scored and Matt Cerda was 2-for-4 with two runs scored and two RBI’s.  Micah Gibbs also drove in two runs, and Rebel Ridling and John Andreoli each drove in one a piece.  P.J. Francescon to his first win of the season giving up three runs on five hits in six innings of work.  Ryan Searle and Brian Schlitter didn’t allow a run combining to strike out two in the last three innings of game.

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Tennessee scored a lot early and one late holding on to beat Chattanooga 6-4.  Recent call-up Greg Rohan was 4-for-4 with two double, two RBI’s and one run scored.  Smokies also had two hits from Jae-Hoon Ha, Junior Lake, and Michael Burgess.  To go with Rohan’s two RBI’s the Smokies also had an RBI a piece from Justin Bour, Lake, and Ha.  Dae-Eun Rhee wasn’t great but he was good enough to get his fifth win of the season.  Tony Zych and Ty’relle Harris combined to pitch three innings and striking out three.  Frank Batista came on in the ninth to close the game, striking out one to record his 14th save of the season.

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It was a scoreless game headed to the bottom of the seventh when Nashville scored four.  They ended up holding on to win 4-1 on Monday.  Chris Rusin got the start and was pretty good throwing six scoreless innings while striking out five.  Jeff Beliveau took the loss in relief giving up four runs in only .1 innings pitched.  Although the Cubs only were able to score one, there were some good things that happened.  Josh Vitters was 2-for-4 with a double and drove in the only Cubs run of the day.  Matt Tolbert and Dave Sappelt each had two hits on Monday and Brian Esposito was the only other Cub to record a hit.

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Thanks for Reading,
Mark

6/28: Around the Cubs Minor League System

Your nightly trip around the bases for June 28th, 2012.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

 

Thanks for reading,
- Mark, and George 

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

Tennessee Smokies First Half Recap

The only team that might be hotter than the Peoria Chiefs is the Tennessee Smokies.  The Smokies won 10 of their last 11 leading up to the all-star break.  The torrid stretch was good enough to bring the Smokies all the way back to .500 after a very slow start to the season.  Let’s take a look at how the first half played out.

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Much like the Chiefs, the Smokies took off once they got a highly touted prospect back in the lineup.  Junior Lake‘s return sparked the Smokies and it’s easy to see why.  The all world talent hit .301 in 35 games for the Smokies adding four home runs and 10 RBI’s.  Lake might have re-energized the Smokies ballclub but James Aducci kept them above water before Lake could get back.  Aducci was outstanding, he hit .314 in the first half for the Smokies with five home runs and 25 RBI’s.  Aducci puts the bat on the ball, and has a good eye at the plate, he only struck out 38 times while walking 27 times.  Jonathan Mota, Nate Samson, and Justin Bour all had a productive first half with the bat.

The Smokies pitching staff has really kicked it into high gear lately.  Eric Jokisch is leading the way as he finished the first half 3-0 with a 1.42 ERA in five starts.  Kevin Rhoderick has been out of this world good out of the bullpen for the Smokies.  Rhoderick, who we featured here, finished the first half with a 1-2 record and a 1.35 ERA with seven saves.  Frank Batista, TyRelle Harris, Alberto Cabrera, and Marcus Hatley were all outstanding on the mound for the Smokies in the first half.  The numbers might not be eye-popping but Dallas Beeler and Trey McNutt, two excellent Cubs pitching prospects, had steady first half performances.  I expect both these guys to turn it up a notch in the second half.

2012 All-Stars!
OF – James Aducci (2-for-2, 2B, RBI)
DH – Justin Bour (1-for-3, BB)
RHP – Frank Batista (0.2 IP, scoreless)
RHP - Kevin Rhoderick ((1.0 IP, scoreless)

Not a bad showing from the Smokies all-stars at all.

Thanks for reading, go Smokies!
- George

5/26: Around the Cubs Minor League System

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Gerardo Comcepcion record dropped to 1-4 as he struggled once again allowing 8 runs, 5 of which were earned on 12 hits in just 4.2 innings.  That was plenty for Wisconsin as they added more runs to beat the Peoria 11-3.  The Cubs lone bright spot came from SS Marco Hernandez who went 2-3 including a home run and a triple.  Jake Devoss also added two hits and an RBI in the game.

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Daytona got a great pitching performance from Matt Loosen as he improved his record to 2-1 on the season.  He gave up one run on four hits while striking out seven in six innings of work.  Daytona got the scroring started in the third with a two RBI single by Nelson Perez.  Rubi Silva who went 2-4 with a triple scored the second run on an RBI ground out by Elieser Boone.  After Clearwater cut the lead in half in the fifth with a solo homerun, Daytona scored in the seventh when Matt Szczur drove in John Andreoli who went 2-3 with two runs scored.  That was plenty for the Cubs as the newly promoted Jeff Lorick pitched two scoreless innings while only giving up one hit and striking one out.  Scott Weismann struck out two in the ninth to record his second save of the season.

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The Smokies got some pretty good pitching, but the offense never got going as Tennessee lost 3-0.  Trey McNutt’s record dropped to 2-4 when he took the tough luck loss on Saturday.  McNutt only went four innings giving up two earned runs on five hits.  Ty’Relle Harris pitched two scoreless innings while striking out two and walking one.  Mobile added a run in the eighth of of Marcus Hatley who also pitched two innings.  There really was not much excitement from the offense, but Michael Burgess had two hits.

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The Cubs hit four solo home runs  two power past Memphis 6-4.  Steve Clevenger, who ended the day 3-3 got the scoring started in the first with a home run.  After Memphis tied the game in the second Brett Jackson gave Iowa the lead back in the fourth when he hit his fifth home run of the season.  Memphis would score three in the fifth to take the lead 4-2.  Iowa tied the game in the sixth when Jackson stepped back to the plate and lined an RBI triple and would later score on a base hit by Ty Wright.  The Cubs took a lead in the eight when Anthony Rizzo connected on his league leading 17th home run of the season.  Josh Vitters hit a homer in the ninth to give the Cubs a little breathing room.  Mike MacDougal finished the game in the ninth recording his first save of the season.

Thanks for Reading,
Mark

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