4/9 Minor matters – Tuesday’s games

The Iowa Cubs managed four hits and struck out 14 times in a 4-1 loss to Nashville on Tuesday. Chris Rusin took the loss, giving up three runs (two earned) on seven hits over six innings. Eli Whiteside hit a RBI single in the fifth.

Tennessee had the day off and returns to action Wednesday against Chattanooga.

Daytona’s game against Dunedin was postponed because of the weather. The two teams were scheduled to play a doubleheader on Wednesday.

Kane County scored the winning run on an error by shortstop Franchy Cordero to beat Fort Wayne, 4-3, in 12 innings. Gerardo Concepcion, Tyler Bremer and Zack Godfrey combined to throw seven scoreless innings in relief. Jacob Hannemann was 2-for-5 with one RBI. The game marked the professional debut of 19-year-old Jen-Ho Tseng, who struck out five over five innings.


I bet BJax had at least three of the K’s.

Bjax K only once…….Baez K twice….0-4……hitting .056

Baez went 2-4 with a double off the wall…. U better check ur stats for today

Baez is having a juvenile moment.He tasted the big circuit and wants to be there.We all know he is better than that,get your at bats in and work on your defense,you will be here.Might be some of the reason why some of these guys do need more time in the minors,to grow up.It is a shame that most sports players carry attitdes with them.Takes a lot of fun rooting for them.

Sorry for the spelling,attitudes and out of rooting for them!Like motel 8,I need to turn the light on,

I would agree that Baez is putting a lot of pressure on himself, especially trying to rush up to the ML’s, knowing he’s close. He does need to settle down, fighting with teammates is a no go. That will not get him called up, even if he’s doing well.
As far as spelling, who cares, you got your point across.

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