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Casey Coleman gave up one run over six innings in Iowa’s 3-2 loss to New Orleans. Mike Olt snapped a five-game hitless streak with a single.
Dae-Eun Rhee gave up two runs over seven innings in Tennessee’s 9-2 win over Birmingham. Javier Baez had three hits for his 10th multi-hit game of the month. He’s batting .397 in August with 11 doubles, three home runs and 17 RBIs. Arismendy Alcantara had two hits, including a solo home run. Rubi Silva had three hits and two RBIs.
Daytona had the day off, and resumes action Tuesday against Dunedin. Ben Wells was slated to start. Kris Bryant was named Florida State League player of the week for Aug. 12-18. He batted .360 in seven games with three home runs and five RBIs.
Jeimer Candelario had two hits, including a double, in Kane County’s 9-2 loss to Clinton. Rock Shoulders had two RBIs.
Duane Underwood gave up three runs, none earned, over 4 1/3 innings in Boise’s 6-3 loss to Tri-City.
Charcer Burks and Jeffrey Baez each had two hits in Mesa’s 5-4 loss to the Athletics.
Javier Baez hit his 31st home run of the season, and 14th with Double-A Tennessee on Friday, a two-run walkoff homer in the ninth. The Cubs have emphasized how they want to take time and let players develop in the Minor Leagues but could Baez force the issue next spring?
“You don’t count any of that out because we’ve seen it happen before,” Dale Sveum said Saturday. “When you have those kind of numbers and power, sometimes you do force the issue. It’s not in the plans right now, but we’ve all seen it happen.”
Baez was batting .293 with the Smokies. He batted .274 with 17 home runs and 57 RBIs with Class A Daytona before he was promoted to Tennessee July 6. Sveum has watched video of Baez, who had an impressive spring with the big league team.
“You see that kind of bat speed once in a while,” Sveum said. “I’ve used Gary Sheffield as that kind of [example]. Even watching him now, it looks like [Baez] has toned down a lot of his movement and hand movement and his leg lift is a lot slower and calmer than it was in Spring Training and even early in the Minor League videos I watched. That’s what development and adjusting are about, that’s what you want to see that you’re able to handle strike to ball sliders.
“I think, in this last week or so, it seems like, listening to the reports, that’s what he’s been doing,” Sveum said of the shortstop. “It sounds like he’s laying off a lot of stuff, a lot more calmer, a lot more under control.”
– Carrie Muskat
Jae-Hoon Ha had two hits, including a two-run homer, in Iowa’s 5-2 loss to New Orleans. Yoanner Negrin struck out seven over six innings.
Javier Baez hit a two-run walkoff homer to lift Tennessee to a 8-6 victory over Chattanooga. Baez finished with two hits, and was batting .403 (25-for-62) in 15 games in August. Baez now has 31 home runs this season (17 at Daytona, 14 at Tennessee). Jonathan Mota added his seventh home run. Christian Villanueva had two RBIs.
Corey Black, acquired from the Yankees in the Alfonso Soriano deal, struck out eight over five innings in Daytona’s 5-1 win over Brevard County. Dustin Geiger hit his 14th home run. Kris Bryant had two hits and scored a run. Dan Vogelbach had two hits and scored a run.
Wilson Contreras hit his 11th home run in Kane County’s 5-1 loss to Burlington. Felix Pena took the loss, giving up two earned runs over six innings.
Jose Rosario gave up one run over five innings in Boise’s 6-2 win over Tri-City. Jacob Rogers had two hits and three RBIs. Shawon Dunston returned to action, and reached base four times, drawing three walks and getting a single. He scored two runs and stole a base.
Trevor Graham threw three scoreless innings in Mesa’s 6-0 win over the Padres. Brian Bogusevic was 4-for-4 with two RBIs and a stolen base in his seventh rehab game.
Brooks Raley gave up four runs over six innings in Iowa’s 9-1 loss to Sacramento. Edwin Maysonet had two hits, including his 10th double. Raley struck out seven and walked one.
Javier Baez belted a home run in the eighth inning to power Tennessee to a 4-3 win over Chattanooga on Thursday. It was Baez’s 30th homer of the season (17 with Daytona, 13 with Tennessee). Baez batted .228 in July, but was hitting .397 in August with eight doubles, two homers and 14 RBIs.
The Smokies rallied from a 3-0 deficit, tying the game on a two-run single by Justin Bour in the fifth. Frank Batista picked up his 16th save.
C.J. Edwards gave up one hit over five shutout innings in Daytona’s 4-2 loss to Clearwater. Kris Bryant had two hits and one RBIs. He’s hit safely in three of his four games at Daytona. Dan Vogelbach added a double. Edwards has not given up more than two hits in any of his four starts with Daytona.
Tyler Skulina gave up two hits over three scoreless innings in Kane county’s 1-0 win over Burlington. Marco Hernandez hit a solo homer in the second inning. Rob Zastryzny picked up the win in relief, throwing three scoreless innings.
Dillon Maples gave up one hit over five scoreless innings in Boise’s 8-3 win over Eugene. Lance Rymel hit his first home run, a two-run shot in the third. Maples struck out nine and now is 5-0 with a 0.96 ERA.
Brian Bogusevic hit a double and stole a base in his sixth rehab game for Mesa, which lost 9-7 to the Padres in Arizona Rookie League play. Greg Rohan had two hits and two RBIs.
Casey Coleman gave up one hit over five shutout innings to help Iowa beat Sacramento, 2-1. Jae-Hoon Ha had two hits, including a solo home run. Brian Schlitter converted his 17th save. Coleman made an emergency start for Jake Arrieta, who will be promoted to the big league team and start Friday.
“They said be ready in case something happens,” Coleman told the Des Moines Register.
The only hit off the right-hander was a two-out single in the third.
Dae-Eun Rhee gave up two runs over 6 1/3 innings in Tennessee’s 6-2 win over Chattanooga. Javier Baez had two hits, both doubles, and three RBIs, and Christian Villanueva had two hits, both doubles, and one RBI.
Kris Bryant hit his second home run in as many games and Ben Wells gave up one run over 5 1/3 innings in Daytona’s 5-1 win over Clearwater in the first game of a doubleheader. Bryant has hit in 17 straight games (15 with Boise). Dustin Geiger and Chadd Krist each had two hits. In the second game, Kyler Burke gave up one run over four innings in a 2-0 loss.
Reggie Golden and Jeimer Candelario each homered in Kane County’s 5-4 loss to Burlington. Starling Peralta gave up three earned runs over 5 1/3 innings.
David Bote and Kevin Encarnacion each hit three-run homers to power Boise to a 13-2 romp over Eugene. The Hawks totaled 15 hihts for the third straight game. James Pugliese benefitted, giving up one run over six innings for the win. Cael Brockmeyer had three hits and one RBIs.
Daury Torrez threw five shutout innings in Mesa’s 13-4 win over the Diamondbacks. Brian Bogusevic hit a double and drove in a run in his fifth rehab game.
Josh Vitters and Mike Olt each homered to help Iowa beat Sacramento, 2-1. Justin Grimm picked up the win, giving up one run over 5 1/3 innings. It was Vitters’ first game back from being on the disabled list. Edgar Gonzalez had two hits, including a double.
Javier Baez hit a game-tying solo home run in the sixth and Taylor Davis smacked a go-ahead RBI double in the seventh to lift Tennessee to a 3-2 win over Montgomery in the first game of a doubleheader. Christian Villanueva hit a three-run homer and Jonathan Mota added a two-run shot in the second game, a 9-4 Smokies win to complete the sweep. Jeff Antigua picked up the win in relief in the nightcap.
Ivan Pineyro gave up one run over six innings in Daytona’s 5-4 win over Tampa. Anthony Giansanti had two hits, including a double.
Dan Vogelbach had two hits to help Kane County snap a three-game losing streak and beat Cedar Rapids, 4-3. Reggie Golden and Rock Shoulders each drove in a run. Vogelbach was promoted to Daytona after the game.
Boise had Monday off, and will resume play Tuesday against Eugene. Third baseman Kris Bryant was promoted to Daytona on Monday, but prior to that, he was named the Northwest League Player of the Week. The Cubs’ No. 1 Draft pick was 9-for-17 with three doubles, a triple, a home run and five RBIs in five games.
Erick Leal threw five shutout innings in Mesa’s 7-0 win over the Mariners. Brian Bogusevic had one hit, a double, and one RBI in his fourth rehab game. Jeffrey Baez had three hits, including a double and a triple, and one RBIs. Jesse Hodges had two hits and one RBI.
Jake Arrieta gave up two runs over three innings in Iowa’s 5-4 win over Fresno. Ty Wright hit his sixth home run, and Jae-Hoon Ha had three hits, including a double, and one RBI. Brad Nelson went 3-for-3, and Julio Borbon, Edwin Maysonet and Chad Noble each had two hits. Casey Coleman earned the win in relief.
Javier Baez hit a broken bat RBI single with the bases loaded in the ninth to lift Tennessee to an 11-10 win over Montgomery on Friday. The two teams combined for 33 hits, including two-run homers by Justin Bour (16th) and Christian Villanueva (15th) in the fourth. Arismendy Alcantara added a RBI single that inning to go ahead, 6-4. Alcantara, Rubi Silva and Villanueva each totaled three hits apiece, while Baez, Brett Jackson, Rafael Lopez and John Andreoli each had two hits. Nick Struck gets the start on Saturday.
This should sound familiar: Daytona’s game against Clearwater was canceled because of rain. On Saturday, C.J. Edwards gets the start — weather permitting — against Tampa. It’s Garden Gnome Giveaway on Saturday for the first 1,000 fans.
Tyler Skulina gave up two earned runs over 2 1/3 innings in Kane County’s 6-5, 10-inning loss to Burlington. Carlos Escobar had two hits, including a home run, and drove in four runs. Marco Hernandez had three hits, including a double and triple, and scored two runs. Rob Zastryzny gave up two hits over three scoreless innings in relief. Said Zastryzny: “It felt good to be back on the field, especially for a new team so close to Wrigley, you know.”
Kris Bryant hit a walkoff sac fly in the ninth and James Pugliese gave up one unearned run over four innings in Boise’s 5-4 win over Vancouver. Bryant had two hits, inlcuding a double, and was now batting .315 for the season. He has a 12-game hitting streak. Carlos Penalver hda two hits, and Kevin Encarnacion had three. The Hawks rallied from a 4-0 deficit and won despite tying a Northwest League record by hitting into six double plays.
Ryan Searle gave up two runs over 2 2/3 innings in Mesa’s 4-3, 12-inning loss to the Angels. Jeff Baez had two hits and Brian Bogusevic had a hit and scored a run in his first rehab game. He’s been battling a strained left hamstring.
Edgar Gonzalez hit three home runs, and Darnell McDonald, Dave Sappelt and Mike Olt each hit one to lead Iowa to a 10-3 win over Tacoma. Gonzalez went 5-for-6 with four RBIs. It was the first three-homer game since Ian Stewart did so June 8 against Round Rock. Ty Wright reached base four times, collecting three hits. For Olt, it was his 12th home run of the season.
Eric Jokisch threw a no-hitter to help Tennessee beat Jacksonville, 10-0. Jokisch was making his first start since coming off the DL because of arm fatigue. He struck out eight and walked four, throwing 108 pitches. Javier Baez backed him up, going 4-for-6 with two doubles, three runs scored, three RBIs, a stolen base, and a hit-saving catch for the second out in the ninth. Rubi Silva had three hits and one RBIs.
Daytona had Tuesday off, and returns to action against Clearwater. Scott Baker is scheduled to start, his fifth rehab outing.
Oliver Zapata and Reggie Golden each homered to help Kane County beat Clinton, 6-2. Tayler Scott picked up the win, giving up two runs over five innings. Zapata finished with three RBIs.
The South beat the North, 8-7, in the Northwest League All-Star Game. Boise’s Jacob Rogers was the lone Hawks position player to get a hit. James Pugliese pitched two-thirds of an inning, and Tyler Bremer converted the save.
Kevin Brown and Wilfredo Petit each had two hits in Mesa’s 2-1 loss to the Dodgers.
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.