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Iowa totaled four hits in a 2-0 shutout to Las Vegas. Eric Jokisch took the loss, giving up two runs on nine hits over six innings. Rafael Lopez had two of the hits, both singles.
Pierce Johnson threw four shutout innings in Tennessee’s 2-0 win over Huntsville. Johnson struck out seven. Stephen Bruno had two hits and one RBI.
Billy McKinney hda two hits and one RBI in Daytona’s 7-2 loss to Tampa. McKinney has posted multiple hits in 10 of his last 28 games. Dan Vogelbach hit two doubles, and drove in his team-leading 66th run.
Jacob Rogers, Cael Brockmeyer and Trey Martin each homered to help Kane County beat Wisconsin, 7-2. Jonathan Martinez picked up the win, giving up two runs over five innings. For Martin, it was his second home run in as many games.
Dillon Maples gave up three runs over 3 1/3 innings in Boise’s 5-4 loss to Hillsboro. Justin Marra hit his eighth home run, a solo shot in the second.
Mesa had the day off, and was scheduled to play the Mariners on Saturday.
Kris Bryant, Jorge Soler, Josh Vitters and Eli Whiteside each homered to back Carlos Pimentel and lead Iowa to a 9-2 win over New Orleans. Bryant connected for the second time in as many games, and ranks second in the Minor Leagues with 36 homers total. Soler hit his third in 10 games with Iowa. He’s batting .286. Pimentel gave up one run over six innings.
Addison Russell hit a solo homer in the first and Christian Villanueva hit a walk-off RBI single in the 10th to lead Tennessee to a 2-1 win over Pensacola. Corey Black started but did not get a decision. He gave up one run over six innings and struck out seven. Russell is batting .293 and has seven homers and 15 RBIs in his last 15 games. Albert Almora had two singles, and Lars Anderson had three hits.
Daytona was blanked for the second straight day, losing 7-0 to Charlotte. Chadd Krist hit two doubles. It was the 14th time Daytona has been shut out this season.
Tyler Ihrig gave up two runs over 5 1/3 innings in Kane County’s 6-2 win over Quad Cities. Chesny Young, Jeffrey Baez and Trey Martin each posted multiple hit games.
Boise scored four runs in the ninth to tie the game and won on a walk-off wild pitch in the 11th in a 11-10 win over Vancouver. Dillon Maples started, and gave up four earned runs over three innings. Alex Tomasovich had three hits and three RBIs. Charlie White drove in two runs and also threw three scoreless innings in relief. It was his first Minor League pitching appearance. He struck out three and earned the win.
Gleyber Torres had two hits and two RBIs in Mesa’s 9-0 rain-shortened win over the Athletics. Yes, it rains in Arizona. Justin Steele started and threw three hitless innings and Carson Sands followed with two more scoreless innings.
Dillon Maples threw 6 1/3 shutout innings, striking out seven, to lead Boise to a 5-0 win over Vancouver. With the win, the Hawks are now one victory away from their seventh Northwest League pennant and first since 2004.
The Hawks scored in the third when Carlos Penalver tripled to lead off and eventually scored on Danny Lockhart’s groundout. Hitting coach Bill Buckner was ejected that inning after Kevin Encarnacion was called out on strikes. With two outs in the sixth, Rony Rodriguez hit a RBI single and David Bote smacked a two-run double, and Lance Rymel added a solo home run with one out in the seventh.
Boise can wrap up the series Sunday against Vancouver.
Brooks Raley threw eight shutout innings in Iowa’s 3-0 win over Fresno. Raley gave up two hits, a leadoff single in the first and another single in the seventh, and walked two while striking out three. Jae-Hoon Ha hit a double and drove in a run. He’s now hit in 12 straight games.
Nick Struck gave up four runs over four innings in Tennessee’s 10-2 loss to Montgomery. Jonathan Mota delivered a pinch-hit RBI triple.
C.J. Edwards struck out eight and gave up three runs over 3 2/3 innings in Daytona’s 6-3 win over Tampa. Bijan Rademacher was 3-for-3 with one RBI. Zeke DeVoss had two RBIs. Edwards now has fanned 17 over 9 2/3 innings.
Kane County totaled two hits in a 6-0 loss to Cedar Rapids. Daniel Vogelbach had one, extending his hitting streak to five games.
Dillon Maples gave up one run over five innings and improved to 4-0 with a 1.17 ERA in Boise’s 9-2 win over Vancouver. Maples struck out five and walked one. Carlos Penalver had three hits, including a second-inning grand slam. Kris Bryant extended his hitting streak to 13 games with a double.
Brian Bogusevic was 0-for-2 with a walk and a stolen base in Mesa’s 5-4 loss to the Rangers. It was Bogusevic’s second rehab game. Kevin Brown had two hits and scored two runs.
Brooks Raley gave up two earned runs over five innings in Iowa’s 5-0 loss to Tacoma. Iowa now has lost nine in a row, and 12 straight on the road. Luis Flores had two hits.
Javier Baez had two hits, including a double, in Tennessee’s 4-3 loss to Jacksonville. Dae-Eun Rhee gave up four runs over 5 1/3 innings.
Daytona’s game against Bradenton was postponed because of rain. The two teams will play a doubleheader on Sunday. Scott Baker was scheduled to start one of the games, his fifth Minor League rehab start.
Starling Peralta threw five shutout innings in Kane County’s 6-1 win over Clinton. Giuseppe Papaccio, Wilson Contreras and Marco Hernandez each hit home runs.
Dillon Maples threw five shutout innings in Boise’s 4-0 win over Everett in the first game of a doubleheader. Kris Bryant singled and drove in a run. Maples now has given up two runs over 18 innings. In the second game, Boise totaled five hits in a 3-1 loss, including a solo homer by Bryant, his third.
Mesa had Saturday off, and returns to action Sunday against the Athletics.
Guillermo Moscoso gave up one hit over five innings in Iowa’s 1-0 walkoff win over New Orleans. Edwin Maysonet hit a RBI single with two outs in the ninth for the game winner. Logan Watkins had two hits.
Eric Jokisch gave up six runs on seven hits over six innings in Tennessee’s 6-4 loss to Huntsville. Javier Baez hit his fifth home run, and was batting .203 with the Double-A team.
Wes Darvill was 3-for-3 but it wasn’t enough as Daytona lost 5-3 to St. Lucie in the first game of a doubleheader. Austin Reed gave up two hits over 4 1/3 innings in relief. In the second game, Pierce Johnson threw five shutout innings in a 7-0 victory. Pin-Chieh Chen hit a home run and Darvill added two more hits, including a double and a triple. Darvill finished the day 5-for-6 with five RBIs.
Kane County had the day off and will open a series at Beloit on Wednesday.
Dillon Maples threw five scoreless innings in Boise’s 6-0 win over Eugene. Jacob Rogers hit his fifth home run, and Jacob Hannemann had two hits and two stolen bases. No. 1 Draft pick Kris Bryant made his Boise debut, and was 0-for-5.
David DeJesus was 1-for-3 and scored a run in Mesa’s 7-2 win over the Indians. DeJesus, who could be activated Wednesday, was batting .364.
Chris Rusin gave up five runs over seven innings in Iowa’s 5-3 loss to New Orleans. Dave Sappelt had two hits. Michael Bowden struck out three, gave up one hit and walked a batter in 1 2/3 innings.
Tennessee vs. Jackson was postponed Sunday because of the weather.
Austin Kirk struck out seven over six shutout innings in Daytona’s 5-0 rain-shortened win over Brevard County. The game was called after seven innings because of the weather. Javier Baez had two hits and one RBIs and Jorge Soler drove in two runs. Soler has hit safely in 12 of his last 13 games.
Dan Vogelbach hit his eighth home run in Kane County’s 3-2, 10-inning win over Cedar Rapids. Albert Almora had three hits, including a double. Jeimer Candelario had three hits.
Brett Jackson had four hits, including his fourth home run, and drove in two in Iowa’s 10-5, 13-inning loss to New Orleans. Nick Struck started but did not get a decision, giving up five runs over five innings. Brad Nelson had two hits. Steve Clevenger started his rehab assignment and hit a double and drove in three runs.
Kyle Hendricks, named the Cubs’ Minor League pitcher of the month for May, kicked off June with seven shutout innings in Tennessee’s 2-0 win over Jackson in the first game of a doubleheader. Hendricks struck out seven. It was his fifth straight quality start, and he’s now 6-2 with a 2.20 ERA. In the second game, Christian Villanueva hit his fifth home run in a 7-1 win. Ronald Torreyes had three hits and two RBIs.
Javier Baez hit a double and Jorge Soler drove in a run but it wasn’t enough as Daytona lost, 5-3, to Bradenton. Yaniel Cabezas had two hits, both doubles, and one RBIs.
Dillon Maples threw five shutout innings, striking out seven, in Kane County’s 10-4 loss to Cedar Rapids. Reggie Golden had two hits, including his first home run, and Rock Shoulders and Gioskar Amaya each had two hits. Albert Almora also had a hit and has hit safely in nine of his first 11 games. He’s batting .455.
Brad Nelson hit his sixth home run but Reno scored three runs in the bottom of the ninth to beat Iowa, 9-8, on Sunday. Chris Rusin started, and did not get a decision, giving up five runs on nine hits over five innings. Brett Jackson had his first three-hit game of the season and scored two runs. Dave Sappelt drove in three runs. Ian Stewart was 1-for-1 with a triple and two RBIs.
Kyle Hendricks threw 6 2/3 shutout innings in Tennessee’s 5-0 victory over Jackson. Matt Szczur had three hits and two RBIs. Arismendy Alcantara had two hits.
Daytona had Sunday off, and returns to action Monday against Charlotte.
Dillon Maples gave up three runs on six hits over five innings in Kane County’s 7-4, 10-inning loss to Clinton. Rock Shoulders hit a grand slam in the sixth and Jeimer Candelario had two hits, including his fourth home run. Dan Vogelbach drove in a run, and now has hit safely in six of his last seven games.
Josh Vitters and Jeff Frazier each had three hits in Iowa’s 4-1 loss to Colorado Springs on Friday. Ryan Rowland-Smith gave up one run on two hits over six innings, striking out six. Note: Rodrigo Lopez was placed on the disabled list with a strained right shoulder, retroactive to Aug. 1. Lopez was 2-5 with a 5.28 ERA in 18 appearances (15 starts).
Tennessee’s game against Jackson Friday was postponed because of rain.
Kyler Burke gave up three runs on four hits over five innings in Daytona’s 6-2 loss to Dunedin. Vladimir Frias had three hits in his second game with Daytona. He was playing with the Gateway Grizzlies in the Frontier League. Kyle Hendricks, acquired from the Rangers in the Ryan Dempster deal, made his first appearance, and gave up two hits in one inning of relief.
Javier Baez hit his 12th home run in Peoria’s 4-2 loss to Quad Cities, and then got the news that he was being promoted to Daytona. Baez had two hits and was batting .333. Zeke DeVoss had two hits.
Rock Shoulders and Dong-Yub Kim each homered in Boise’s 6-5 loss to Spokane. It was Shoulder’s sixth home run.
Dillon Maples, coming back from an elbow injury, gave up one hit over 1 2/3 innings in Mesa’s 7-5 win over the Diamondbacks. Jacob Rogers had three hits, Albert Almora had two hits.
— Carrie Muskat
Rodrigo Lopez gave up one earned run over five innings in Iowa’s 6-3, 10-inning loss Sunday to New Orleans. Rob Brantley hit a walkoff three-run homer for the win. Welington Castillo forced extra innings with a game-tying two-run homer in the seventh.
Tennessee had Sunday off, and returns to action Monday against Pensacola with a doubleheader.
Matt Loosen improved to 10-3 with a victory in Daytona’s 12-7 win over Bradenton. Loosen gave up four earned runs over five innings and now has a 3.03 ERA. Rafael Lopez hit his second homer, Roni Torreyes had three hits and two RBIs and Elieser Bonne had three hits and one RBIs.
Dustin Geiger hit his 11th home run in Peoria’s 10-6 victory over Beloit. Geiger drove in four runs, also hitting a double. Pin-Chieh Chen was 3-for-3 with two RBIs and Javier Baez drove in two runs.
Ian Dickson threw five shutout innings in Boise’s 1-0 win over Tri-City. Dickson struck out four. Gioskar Amaya hit a solo home run, his fifth. Rock Shoulders had two hits. Dickson has not given up a run in his last two starts.
Dillon Maples made his first start in Mesa’s 7-3 loss to the Reds. Jorge Soler hit a double and scored two runs and Trevor Gretzky had his second two-hit game. Gretzky also stole a base.
— Carrie Muskat