#Cubs Minor League report

Friday’s games

Iowa lost, 7-6, to Memphis. Aaron Brooks gave up six earned runs over three innings in his second rehab start. Kristopher Negron had two hits and one RBI. Cael Brockmeyer had two hits in his first game with Iowa.

Tennessee lost both games of a doubleheader against Jackson, and lost both in walk-off fashion. Duane Underwood gave up one run over four innings in the first game, and Starling Peralta threw four shutout innings in the second. It was Peralta’s first start, and he gave up one hit and struck out three.

Myrtle Beach was swept by Potomac in a doubleheader. Jonathan Martinez gave up two runs over 5 1/3 innings in the first game and Zach Hedges gave up three earned runs over five innings in the night cap. Ian Happ was a combined 3-for-7 with a double, triple and two RBIs. Gioskar Amaya had two hits in the second game.

South Bend gave up three runs in the eighth to lose, 4-3, to Lake County. Eloy Jimenez extended his hitting streak to 12 games with a two-hit effort. Casey Bloomquist gave up one run over seven innings. He has a 1.69 ERA over his last three starts.

Dylan Cease gave up one run over four innings in Eugene’s season opener, a 6-1 win over Boise. Matt Rose hit a two-run homer in the first inning. Andruw Monasterio, Kevonte Mitchell and Robert Garcia each had two hits.


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Love to see Dylan Cease off to a good start. I am very excited about Cease.
Carrie, please correct me if I am wrong. > Cease was the Pitcher Drafted in the 6th Round, 2014 Draft while recovering from TJ surgery. At the time a lot of experts said he would have went in the 1st Round if not for the surgery.

That is correct

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