4/15 Minor League report

Robert Coello gave up four runs on eight hits over five innings and picked up the win in Iowa’s 10-6 victory over Albuquerque on Thursday. Lou Montanez had three hits, including his first home run, and three RBIs. Bobby Scales extended his hitting streak to seven games and drove in five runs. Fernando Perez reached base four times, drawing three walks. The Iowa Cubs play their home opener Friday against Memphis.

Tennessee scored six runs in the sixth to beat Montgomery, 11-2. Rafael Dolis gave up one run on four hits over six innings and struck out five for the win. Rebel Ridling hit his second homer.

Welington Castillo drove in two runs in Daytona’s 4-3 loss to Lakeland. Aaron Kurcz gave up three runs, two earned, on seven hits over 3 2/3 innings, and did not get a decision.

Peoria was limited to three hits in a 5-1 loss to Burlington. Greg Rohan had one of those hits, which extended his hitting streak to seven games, and he drove in the only run.

– Carrie Muskat

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With his two Runs Batted In Castlillo has already SERIOUSLY challenged Hill’s entire 2011 RBI total. Ahhhhh…but who needs him right? I’m sure ALL the geniuses (well the TWO geniuses….and you know who you are…) are happy that Castillo will be getting his 400-500 AB’s in the friggin’ minor leagues instead of the 250-300 he would EASILY get helping the MAJOR LEAGUE team during the perfect season to get him broken in and challenge Soto at the same time. Geniuses, can’t live with him can’t live w…uh well we could try to live without Hendry running the team.

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