6/24 Minor matters

Nick Struck gave up five earned runs over five innings in Iowa’s 6-0 loss to Memphis. Barret Loux gave up two hits and struck out four over two innings of relief work.

Tennessee lost its third straight, dropping a 5-2 decision to Chattanooga. Eric Jokisch gave up three runs over six innings and struck out five.

Kyler Burke gave up one run on three hits over six innings in a 6-1 victory over Lakeland. Ben Carhart had three hits, and Zeke DeVoss, Javier Baez and Dustin Geiger each had two hits.

Carlos Escobar hit his first home run in Kane County’s 6-1 loss to Quad Cities.

Duane Underwood gave up six earned runs over 4 2/3 innings in Boise’s 8-6 loss to Spokane. The Hawks did collect 14 hits in the game, including three by Kevin Encarnacion and three by Jacob Rogers.

Mesa had Sunday off, and will play the Angels on Monday.


how could we have great pitching prospects according to baseball experts,and then see these prospects get pounded!

Long was to go for this organization.

ummm we don’t have great pitching prospects… plain and simple… this organization is VERY VERY weak pitching wise. We do however have 4 great hitting prospects

Vizcaino is a very good pitching prospect, have to see how he does next year after TJ set back. Still very young at 21 or 22. Kyle Hendricks is doing very well in AA. Pierce Johnson is doing very well in one short year and has just been promoted. Barrett Loux had an excellent season last year and has come back from a very poor start. There is some hope, plus some of those Pitchers in the Dominican League look pretty awesome and competing at that level.

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