#Cubs Minor League report

Wednesday’s games

Trevor Clifton gave up one run over six innings in Myrtle Beach’s 8-1 win over Salem in the first game of the best of three playoffs. Jeffrey Baez hit a solo home run and finished with two RBI. The Pelicans scored six runs in the third inning. David Bote had two hits and two RBI. Preston Morrison starts on Thursday in Game 2.

South Bend lost, 3-2, to West Michigan in the first game of their best of three playoff series. Oscar De La Cruz gave up one earned run over six innings, striking out seven. Eddy Martinez had two hits and Alberto Mineo drove in a run. Lefty Jose Paulino starts in Game 2 on Thursday.

Eugene lost, 4-3, in 10 innings to Hillsboro in the first playoff game. Manuel Rondon gave up two runs over five innings and Robert Garcia hit a solo home run in the third inning. Lefty Bryan Hudson is scheduled to start Game 2 on Thursday.

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If you are a baseball fan, you must have heard by now that the Mets have signed Tim Tebow to a minor league contract. There have been rumors that the organization could decide to send Tim to the Arizona Fall League. Keep in mind this is a league which we`ve been told the Cubs are going to send Ian Happ, Eloy Jimenez, Victor Caratini, and Duane Underwood, along with others. All those players have serious potential to one day reach the majors. Those players I just named have all been toiling in the minors for a long while to hone their skills. I assume all the other 29 organizations will be sending their top prospects to the AFL as well. If the Mets are foolish enough to send Tim Tebow to the AFL in 2016, I suggest he will be eaten alive. He will be overmatched bigtime, especially at the dish. To expect an athlete who has not played the game competitively for more than ten years, to step into that cauldron, is a bridge too far, I suggest. But hey, the Mets signed him; so that proves the organization is capable of making asinine and ludicrous decisions.

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