#Cubs Minor League report

Saturday’s games

Jordan Pries gave up two hits over six scoreless innings in Iowa’s 6-3 win over Memphis. John Andreoli had three hits, including his 12th homer, and a double. Bijan Rademacher had two hits and two RBI. Pries struck out six and walked three.

Brad Markey gave up one run over six innings in Tennessee’s 9-4 win over Jacksonville. Tommy La Stella went 1-for-3 with two walks and scored a run. Lane Adams hit a three-run homer in the first.

Myrtle Beach lost, 5-4, to Lynchburg. Jeremy Null took the loss, giving up five runs over 6 1/3 innings. David Bote had three hits, including a triple, and one RBI.

South Bend beat Lansing, 12-9. Matt Rose had four hits, including a grand slam, two doubles and finished with five RBI. Adonis Paula and Carlos Sepulveda each had three hits.

Eugene lost, 12-1, to Everett, snapping their 15-game winning streak. Bryan Hudson gave up seven runs over 3 2/3 innings. Trent Giambrone had three hits, including a double.

Mesa swept a doubleheader against the D-backs. Kevin Zamudio went a combined 4-for-7 in the two games with two doubles and two RBI. Michael Cruz and Gustavo Polanco each had three hits in the first game.


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I wanna see the start cast numbers on Soler’s sacrifice fly!

Please explain what “start cast numbers,” are. This was one of those games which will be easy to put behind the team and its fans, and one I thank my lucky stars I did not witness. Surrendering seven runs in the first inning, and committing four errors are anomalies. Things like that are expected to occur with baseball clubs which are bottom feeders, not with a franchise which has the best record in all of MLB.

It was supposed to be stat cast. My smart phone changed it

Aloha Mat, I do not want to see the Rockies anymore this year! They won the regular season 4-2. I said to my wife, if Colorado had good starting pitching, they would be scary! Of course the breakdown of play in the field and all the errors did not help. They need to regroup and win the Padres and Dodgers series. Take care now. Mahalo!

It was an ugly game. I did think Rizzo scoring on Soler’s little pop up was fun, that and Russell’s first home run causing a wrestling match over the trash can.

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