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Brooks Raley gave up two runs over 6 2/3 innings in Iowa’s 4-3 loss to Oklahoma City. Ty Wright hit a solo home run in the fourth. Logan Watkins and Edgar Gonzalez each had two hits.
Dae-Eun Rhee gave up two runs over 6 1/3 innings in Tennessee’s 8-4 win over Birmingham. Rafael Lopez had two hits and two RBIs. Brett Jackson was the DH, and went 1-for-4, and scored a run.
Scott Baker gave up one earned run over 3 1/3 innings in his fourth rehab start, pitching for Daytona in a 5-0 loss to Fort Myers. Baker walked two and struck out two. Zeke DeVoss had three hits, including two doubles.
Jose Rosario gave up 13 runs on 13 hits over 4 2/3 innings in Kane County’s 14-1 loss to Peoria. Dan Vogelbach hit his 16th home run, a solo shot, in the sixth.
Kris Bryant hit a double and picked up another RBI in Boise’s 5-2, 11 inning loss to Spokane. Tyler Skulina gave up two hits over three innings, striking out two.
Mesa had Monday off.
Jake Arrieta gave up four runs over five innings in Iowa’s 5-2 loss to Round Rock. Ty Wright had two hits, and one RBI, and Josh Vitters, Brad Nelson and Darnell McDonald each had two hits.
Austin Kirk gave up four runs over five innings and picked up the win in Tennessee’s 7-4 victory over Jacksonville. Justin Bour hit his ninth home run, Arismendy Alcantara had three hits, and Javier Baez had two hits and two RBIs.
Daytona lost 1-0 to Charlotte in 13 innings in the conclusion of a game suspended by rain in the top of the sevent h inning on Friday. In the second game, the two teams played to a 2-2, 15-inning tie. The Florida State League does not allow an inning to begin after 12:50 a.m. ET, and the final out was recorded in the 15th with the clock at 12:56 a.m. ET. Bijan Rademacher had three hits, including a double and triple, as well as an outfield assist.
Felix Pena gave up four runs over six innings in Kane County’s 8-4 rain-shortened, six-inning win over Lansing. Dan Vogelbach had two hits, including a double, and an RBI.
Duane Underwood gave up three earned runs over four innings in Boise’s 8-7 loss to Everett. Shawon Dunston had three hits and two RBIs.
Mesa trailed the Angels, 8-1, after four innings in a game halted by rain. David DeJesus was 0-for-1 in his first game of a rehab assignment.
Rough start to the season for the Cubs’ Minor League affiliates.
* Albuquerque scored three runs in the first and added seven in the seventh to beat Iowa, 10-3, on Thursday. Starter Chris Rusin gave up two earned runs on four hits over five innings, striking out four. Jensen Lewis took the loss, giving up three earned runs on four hits over one-third of an inning. The I-Cubs did tie the game in the top of the fifth against reliever Red Patterson. With one out, Brian Bogusevic reached on an infield single for his third hit. Brad Nelson walked, and one out later, Ty Wright delivered a RBI single to tie the game. Wright and J.C. Boscan each had two hits.
* Matt Szczur went 3-for-4 and Arismendy Alcantara drove in three runs, hitting a two-run homer in the third, but it wasn’t enough as Tennessee lost 7-3 in the season opener to Pensacola. Dallas Beeler took the loss, giving up four runs on seven hits, including three home runs, over 5 1/3 innings. He struck out five.
* Jorge Soler was 2-for-3 and Javier Baez drove in a run in Daytona’s 4-3 loss to Brevard County. Daytona led 3-2, but Brevard County rallied in the seventh, tying the game on Cody Hawn’s RBI double and then taking the lead on Gregory Hopkins’ RBI single.
* Daniel Vogelbach had two hits and Rock Shoulders belted a two-run homer but it wasn’t enough as Kane County lost, 7-2, in the season opener. Quad Cities scored five runs in the second inning, taking advantage of one of three errors for the game by the Cougars. Pierce Johnson took the loss, giving up five runs on six hits over 2 1/3 innings.
* Class A Boise begins its season June 14.
– Carrie Muskat
* Jeff Samardzija will start in a Minor League game on Wednesday instead of facing the Rangers, and Hisanori Takahashi will get the start for the Cubs. Takahashi is a non-roster invitee this spring, and the lefty has done well.
“He’s everything we expect,” Dale Sveum said Monday. “He’s a strike thrower, he can throw every pitch for a strike. Obviously, the velocity isn’t great but he was 89 [mph] yesterday. he has command of his pitches and can do a lot of things. He can pitch long, get left-handers out. He’s a veteran guy who knows how to pitch.”
Right now, the Cubs appear to have only one lefty slotted for the ‘pen in James Russell. Sveum would like another one.
“It’d be nice, especially a guy who can go multiple innings,” Sveum said. “Right now, you could be in a situation wher we don’t have a long guy.”
* Scott Baker, coming back from Tommy John surgery, had his third live BP session on Monday. If he passes all the tests. the right-hander could pitch in a simulated game this week. The next step would be to appear in a Cactus League game.
* The first roster cuts will likely be Friday, Sveum said. The Cubs still have four split-squad games remaining.
* Dan Vogelbach, the Cubs’ second pick in the 2011 Draft, appeared in his first game on Sunday and showed some discipline at the plate.
“He had a heck of an at-bat with the bases loaded,” Sveum said of the first baseman’s at-bat in the sixth. “The [pitcher] made a heck of a pitch with a back-door breaking ball to finish him off. He came right back the next time and took his walk in a big situation [in the ninth]. I would’ve liked to see him maybe swing at that 3-0 pitch [in the ninth] — I don’t know where it was on the plate. I know he’s a young kid coming over but he had the green light to swing away. It was nice to see his patience. I don’t think he swung at a bad pitch.
“That’s one guy, from all the video I’ve watched, you can just tell some guys can just hit,” Sveum said. “They’re more patient than other hitters, obviously the bat speed is fine. For a young kid, he’s pretty polished already as far as pitch selection and trusting himself.”
It’s tough to find that kind of power from the left side. The Cubs do have a pretty good first baseman in Anthony Rizzo, but Sveum said Vogelbach needs to continue to develop, and not switch positions now.
– Carrie Muskat
Boise had a 7-5 lead after seven innings Sunday night but gave up seven runs in the eighth to lose, 12-9, to Vancouver in the deciding game of the Northwest League championship series. Tayler Scott started and gave up 10 hits over 3 2/3 innings. Dan Vogelbach hit a three-run home run, and drove in another run. Jeimer Candelario had two RBIs and Stephen Bruno had two hits and scored three runs.
“It’s been a [heck] of a year for a lot of the guys who have really overcome a lot of things and matured,” Boise manager Mark Johnson told the Idaho Statesman. “And they’ve gotten a lot better. That’s what it’s all about, improving and learning how to play the game the right way.”
Here are the final 2012 records for the Cubs’ Minor League teams:
Triple-A Iowa: 53-87, fourth place (28 games back)
Double-A Tennessee: 72-68 (35-35 first half; 37-33 second half)
Class A Daytona: 59-74 (30-38 first half; 29-36 second half)
Class A Peoria: 63-75 (35-34 first half; 28-41 second half)
Class A Boise: 37-39 (13-25 first half; 24-14 second half)
Rookie League Mesa: 37-19
– Carrie Muskat
Balbino Fuenmayor hit a go-ahead two-run single in a seven-run seventh inning to lift Vancouver to a 10-7 victory over Boise in the Game 1 of the Northwest League championship series on Thursday night. Vancouver sent 11 batters to the plate in the seventh. Marco Hernandez had three hits, Daniel Vogelbach drove in three runs, and Jeimer Candelario hit a single and double for the Hawks. Hayden Simpson took the loss, giving up three runs on two walks. He was unable to retire a batter. Game 2 of the best of three series will be played in Boise on Saturday, with Pierce Johnson slated to start.
– Carrie Muskat
Logan Watkins hit his ninth home run but it wasn’t enough as Pensacola beat Tennessee, 3-2, on Saturday. Matt Szczur had a two-hit game, and scored a run. Eric Jokisch started and gave up one run over five innings, striking out five.
Matt Loosen gave up one run over five innings and picked up the win in Daytona’s 4-2 victory over Brevard County. John Andreoli hit his first home run, and stole two bases. A.J. Morris picked up the save.
Jeffry Antigua gave up six runs over 5 2/3 innings in Peoria’s 6-5 loss to Kane County. Bijan Rademacher had three RBIs and stole a base. Justin Berg threw 2 1/3 innings of shutout relief.
Boise finished the regular season with a 12-11 walkoff wiin, scoring twice in the bottom of the ninth to beat Everett. Stephen Bruno won the league batting title, finishing at .361. Daniel Vogelbach had three hits and three rBIs. Rafael Diplan picked up the win in relief. Ian Dickson started and gave up four earned runs over 3 1/3 innings.
Iowa and Mesa have wrapped up their seasons.
– Carrie Muskat
Diory Hernandez had two hits, both doubles, in Iowa’s 3-0 loss to Nashville. Anthony Recker, acquired from the Athletics for Blake Lalli, hit a double and walked. Iowa ends its season this weekend in New Orleans.
Tennessee had Wednesday off, and plays at Pensacola on Thursday.
Christian Villanueva had two hits, including a solo home run, in Daytona’s 4-1 win over Clearwater in the first game of a doubleheader. P.J. Francescon gave up one run on three hits over six innings for the win. Rebel Ridling hit a solo homer in the nightcap, but it wasn’t enough as Daytona lost, 3-1.
Jorge Soler had two hits and one RBIs in Peoria’s 9-5 loss to Cedar Rapids. Soler was batting .323 and has reached base safely in 13 of his 16 games.
Dan Vogelbach hit his 10th home run to help Boise beat Everett, 9-5. Rock Shoulders had two hits and two RBIs.
Mesa finished the regular season 37-19, and qualified for the postseason as the wild card winner. The Cubs will play the Athletics Thursday in the semifinals of the Arizona Rookie League playoffs. The winner advances to the one-game championship on Friday.
– Carrie Muskat
Greg Rohan had two hits and one RBIs in Iowa’s 11-3 loss to Memphis on Monday night. The Iowa pitching staff gave up a season-high 11 walks in the game.
Junior Lake had two hits and two RBIs in Tennessee’s 5-1 victory over Chattanooga. Michael Brenly drove in two runs. Brian Schlitter picked up the win in relief, striking out three over two innings.
Daytona had Monday off, and returns to action Tuesday against Clearwater.
Zeke DeVoss and Tim Saunders eaach had two hits in Peoria’s 8-1 loss to Wisconsin. Joe Zeller took the loss, giving up five earned runs on 10 hits over six innings.
Dan Vogelbach and Marco Hernandez each homered in Boise’s 8-7 loss to Yakima. Ian Dickson did not get a decision, despite giving up three hits over five innings. Vogelbach finished with three hits.
Carlos Penalver had two hits and a stolen base in Mesa’s 5-1 loss to the Padres. Paul Blackburn threw four shutout innings.
– Carrie Muskat
Tony Campana had two hits in Iowa’s 4-3 loss to Las Vegas on Friday. Greg Rohan drove in two runs. Blake Lalli tied the game in the ninth with a RBI double.
Matt Szczur had two hits add one RBI in Tennessee’s 4-3 loss to Huntsville. Trey McNutt made his ninth relief appearance and gave up an unearned run on one hit over two innings.
Micah Gibbs had two hits and two RBIs in Daytona’s 8-5 loss to Dunedin.
Jorge Soler made his debut for Peoria and drove in two runs in a 10-5 loss to Burlington.
Daniel Vogelbach hit two home runs, his second straight multi-homer game, in Boise’s 11-8 win over Everett. He drove in five runs and was batting .381. Jeimer Candelario had four hits, including two doubles, and drove in two runs. Marco Hernandez also homered, his fourth.
Duane Underwood walked two in one inning in Mesa’s 7-3 loss to the Rangers. Shawon Dunston Jr. had two hits and two RBIs and Albert Almora extended his hitting streak to seven games.
Iowa’s game Saturday in Las Vegas was suspended after four innings because of rain.
Dae-Eun Rhee threw six shutout innings in Tennessee’s 2-0 win over Huntsville. Matt Szczur had two hits and Jae-Hoon Ha and Michael Brenly each drove in a run.
Daytona’s game against Dunedin was postponed because of rain.
Jorge Soler hit his first home run for Peoria, a grand slam, in a 5-3 win over Beloit. Soler connected in the third inning. Wes Darvill had three hits and Luis Liria picked up the win in relief.
Daniel Vogelbach extended his hitting streak to 11 games in Boise’s 4-1 win over Salem-Keizer. He has driven in a run in seven straight games. Trey Martin had two hits and one RBIs.
Albert Almora had three hits and one RBIs in Mesa’s 8-3 win over the Angels. Trevor Gretzky had two hits and two RBIs.
– Carrie Muskat