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Jake Arrieta threw five scoreless innings to help Iowa snap a 12-game road losing streak with a 8-4 win over Tacoma. Arrieta struck out 11 and walked three, giving up two hits. Darnell McDonald had three hits, including a double, and scored three runs. Jae-Hoon Ha had three RBIs and three hits. Mike Olt had two hits, including a double and a triple, and two RBIs. In his first game with the Iowa Cubs, Daniel Lockhart had two hits, including a double.
A.J. Morris gave up seven runs over 1 1/3 innings in Tennessee’s 10-4 loss to Jacksonville. Javier Baez had three hits, including a double, and two RBIs. Brett Jackson had two hits and scored two runs.
Daytona’s doubleheader against Bradenton was postponed. The two teams will try to play a doubleheader Monday. Scott Baker was slated to start the second game, his fifth rehab outing. Daytona has lost eight games to weather this year.
Tyler Skulina gave up three runs over two innings in Kane County’s 11-1 loss to Clinton. Giuseppe Papaccio was 3-for-3.
Rob Zastryzny gave up four runs over 2 1/3 innings in Boise’s come from behind 10-5 win over Everett. The Hawks totaled 15 hits. Kris Bryant was 3-for-5 with two doubles, scored two runs and drove in two. Rony Rodriguez had three hits, including two home runs.
Ryan Searle gave up two runs — one earned — over one inning in Mesa’s 7-3 win over the Athletics. Jesse Hodges had two hits, including a double, 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.
Justin Grimm gave up two runs over five innings in Iowa’s 6-3 loss to Salt Lake. It was Iowa’s sixth straight loss. Jae-Hoon Ha, J.C. Boscan and Darnell McDonald each had two hits.
Javier Baez hit a two-run homer to help Tennessee beat Birmingham, 3-2. He hit 11 home runs in the month, tied for first among all Double-A players. Christian Villanueva hit a double, and Jeffry Antigua worked 2 2/3 scoreless innings of relief for the win.
Ivan Pineyro, acquired from the Nationals in the Scott Hairston deal, threw six shutout innings, striking out seven, in Daytona’s 2-1 win over Fort Myers. Dustin Geiger hit his 11th home run and Elliot Soto delivered the game-winner with a RBI single in the top of the ninth. Anthony Giansanti and Pin-Chieh Chen each had three hits.
Rock Shoulders hit his 17th home run and Jeimer Candelario hit his seventh in Kane County’s 6-3 win over Wisconsin. Felix Pena gave up one earned run over seven innings.
Yasiel Balaguert hit his fifth home run in Boise’s 7-4 loss to Everett. Kris Bryant had a single, extending his hitting streak to six games. Jacob Rogers had two hits.
Gerardo Concepcion gave up one hit over two innings in Mesa’s 2-1 win over the Giants. Kelvin Freeman had three hits, including two doubles.
Javier Baez hit a two-run homer to help Tennessee beat Birmingham, 3-2 on Wednesday. Jonathan Mota hit a game-winning RBI single in the seventh. Baez now has hit 28 home runs for the season between Class A Daytona and Double-A Tennessee.
Nick Struck gave up four runs over 5 1/3 innings in Iowa’s 4-3 loss to Oklahoma. Ty Wright had three hits, all doubles, and one RBIs.
Javier Baez hit two home runs but it wasn’t enough as Tennessee lost 8-5 to Birmingham. Eric Jokisch gave up six runs over five innings and took the loss. Rubi Silva, John Andreoli and Matt Szczur each had two hits.
C.J. Edwards struck out the first seven batters he faced in his Cubs debut, helping Daytona beat Palm Beach, 2-1. Edwards finished with eight Ks over five innings and gave up one hit and walked one. Taiwan Easterling and Brad Zapenas each had two hits.
Juan Paniagua gave up three runs over two innings in Kane County’s 6-3 win over Peoria. Rock Shoulder had two hits and three RBIs. Albert Almora had two hits, and has hit in five straight games.
Dillon Maples gave up one run over five innings in Boise’s 3-1 win over Spokane, Maples struck out five and did not walk a batter. Kris Bryant homered for the second time in three games, driving in all of the Hawks runs with his blast.
Charcer Burks hda two hits in Mesa’s 12-3 loss to the Diamondbacks. Mesa gave up nine runs in the first three innings.
Javier Baez hit two home runs but it wasn’t enough as Tennessee lost 8-5 to Birmingham on Sunday. Baez hit a two-run homer in the first and a two-run shot in the ninth. After batting .274 with 17 home runs at Class A Daytona this year, Baez now is batting .232 with 10 home runs with the Double-A Smokies.
C.J. Edwards had quite a debut Sunday at Daytona. The right-hander struck out the first seven batters he faced, and finished with eight Ks over five scoreless innings, giving up one hit and walking one in a 2-1 win over Palm Beach. The Cubs acquired Edwards in the Matt Garza deal with the Rangers.
Jake Arrieta gave up one run on four hits over 6 2/3 innings, striking out eight, in Iowa’s 4-3 win over New Orleans. Josh Vitters was 1-for-2 with one RBI, but had to come out of the game with a hamstring injury. Arrieta was expected to start one of the Cubs’ games Tuesday when they play a makeup doubleheader against the Brewers. Justin Grimm makes his first start for the Iowa Cubs on Friday against Oklahoma City.
Javier Baez hit two home runs, and Rubi Silva and Justin Bour each hit one in Tennessee’s 10-5 win over Huntsville. Baez drove in four runs and now is batting .229. Marcos Mateo picked up the win in relief.
Ivan Pineyro gave up five runs over six innings in Daytona’s 6-5 win over Palm Beach. Ben Carhart had two hits and two RBIs, and Chad Krist had two hits and one RBIs.
Wilson Contreras and Rock Shoulders each homered to help Kane County beat Beloit, 11-8. Albert Almora had four hits, including two doubles, Shoulders finished with three hits and three RBIs and Contreras and Marco Hernandez each had four hits.
Boise lost, 5-4, to Eugene. Yasiel Balaguert had two hits and one RBIs, and Jacob Hannemann drove in two runs. On Wednesday, six Hawks were named to the South Division All-Star team: Lance Rymel, Jacob Rogers, Daniel Lockhart, and Balaguert will start, while Shawn Dunston, David Bote, James Pugliese and Tyler Bremer were voted in as reserves.
Jesse Hodges hit his first home run, a two-run shot, in Mesa’s 7-3 loss to the Athletics. Brett Jackson, who has been sidelined since mid June with a calf injury, started in center field, and was 1-for-4 in his first game.
Javy Baez hit two home runs to power Tennessee to a 10-5 victory Thursday over Huntsville. The Smokies trailed 4-0 with one out in the fifth when Matt Szczur reached on an error and John Andreoli walked to set up Baez. He homered for the third straight night to close to 4-3. Rubi Silva homered in the sixth to tie the game, and Justin Bour connected in the seventh. Baez added his second of the game in the eighth. He finished 2-for-5 with four RBIs, and now has hit 25 home runs this season (17 for Class A Daytona).
Brooks Raley gave up one run over seven innings, but didn’t get a decision as Iowa lost, 2-1, to New Orleans in 10 innings. Raley struck out six and walked three. Brad Nelson had three hits. Jake Arrieta, who could start one of the Cubs’ games Tuesday against the Brewers, is scheduled to start Thursday against New Orleans.
Dae-Eun Rhee struck out six and gave up one run over five innings in Tennessee’s 6-1 win over Huntsville. Javier Baez, Justin Bour and Rafael Lopez each homered. For Baez, it was his second home run in as many games, and gave him 17 combined this season. Baez also hit a double, and was batting .219 at Tennessee. Tony Zych worked a scoreless ninth, and has not given up a run in his last 10 appearances.
Daytona’s game against St. Lucie was canceled because of rain and unplayable field conditions.
Scott Baker gave up three runs on five hits over three innings in his third rehab start as Kane County lost, 5-1, to Beloit. Baker walked two and struck out two. He’s given up 13 runs on 17 hits over 8 2/3 innings. Rock Shoulders and Reggie Golden each had two hits.
Kris Bryant went 1-for-4, hitting his first double, in Boise’s 5-1 loss to Eugene. Jacob Rogers had two hits and Jacob Hannemann hit a double and scored a run.
Mesa had Wednesday off, and returns to action Thursday 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.