#Cubs Minor League report
Willson Contreras extended his hitting streak to 20 games in Iowa’s 6-5 win over Colorado Springs. He was batting .383 (31-for-81) during the streak, and his next game will be with the Cubs. Contreras, ranked No. 2 among MLB.com’s top 30 Cubs prospects, was to join the big league team for the series against the Pirates.
In Iowa’s game, Rob Zastryzny gave up three runs over five innings for the win. Jeimer Candelario went 3-for-3 with a triple and one RBI. John Andreoli, Mark Zagunis and Logan Watkins each had three hits.
Tennessee’s game at Jackson was postponed because of rain. The two teams were to play a doubleheader on Friday.
Jake Stinnett threw seven shutout innings in Myrtle Beach’s 1-0 win over Frederick. Stinnett struck out seven and scattered eight hits. Rashad Crawford had two hits and a stolen base. Yasiel Balaguert scored the only run on a wild pitch.
South Bend lost, 3-2, to Dayton, going 1-for-11 with runners in scoring position. Ian Rice had two hits, including a solo home run. Ryan Kellogg took the loss, giving up three runs over 6 2/3 innings. Eddy Martinez and Eloy Jimenez each had two hits.
Short-season Eugene beings its season Friday against Boise.
All-Star update: Myrtle Beach second baseman Ian Happ will participate in the California-Carolina League All-Star Game in Lake Elsinore, Calif., on June 21. Happ will join his teammates Trevor Clifton, Zach Hedges and Jake Stinnett, as well as pitching coach Anderson Tavarez and athletic trainer Toby Williams for the game.