#Cubs Minor League report: Schwarber HR

Wednesday’s games

Kyle Schwarber hit his third home run but it wasn’t enough as Iowa lost, 7-2, to Omaha. Felipe Paulino gave up three earned runs over six innings. Anthony Giansanti hit a double and drove in a run.

Tennessee lost for the fourth time in five games, losing 4-3 to Birmingham. Rob Zastryzny gave up three earned runs over 6 2/3 innings. Bijan Rademacher had three hits. Rafael Soriano threw a scoreless eighth, walking one.

Myrtle Beach managed two hits in a 5-0 loss to Winston-Salem. Jacob Rogers and Trey Martin each had a hit.

Jason Vosler hit a solo home run in South Bend’s 3-1 loss to Fort Wayne. Erick Leal gave up three runs over seven innings.

Oscar De La Cruz gave up one run over six innings in Eugene’s 8-4 win over Vancouver. Second round pick Donnie Dewees had three hits, including two doubles, scored two runs and drove in a run. First-round pick Ian Happ had one hit, one RBI and stole a base.

Wladimir Galindo and Alex Bautista had three hits apiece in Mesa’s 12-8 win over the Athletics. The two combined to score seven runs. Joe Martarano and Marcus Monasterio combined to drive in seven runs.

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Cubs are looking for a lefty outfield bat??? This one is a no brainer. CALL HIM UP NOW!!!

It does seem like it would be a logical internal solution to our offensive woes but Schwarber may not be skilled enough to man LF. All we have heard and read is how the Cubs want Schwarber to be a catcher. How that plays out with Montero on the roster for two more years is another matter. We may be hearing a change of philosophy soon regarding this scenario and Schwarber may very well get significant playing time in LF at AAA getting him ready for the bigs? Otherwise, how will this slugger get most of his ML AB’s with Montero being a #1 catcher? We sure could use his bat in place of Coghlan’s during this wild card push we face during the second half as reinforcements are an obvious must.

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