Results tagged ‘ Jay Jackson ’

6/6 Minor League report

Frankie De La Cruz gave up three hits over two innings in Iowa’s 4-3 loss Tuesday to Oklahoma City. Jay Jackson threw five innings of one-run, four-hit relief, while striking out four.

Eric Jokisch threw seven shutout innings, giving up five hits, in Tennessee’s 12-3 win over Montgomery. Logan Watkins had two hits and two RBIs, and Jae-Hoon Ha had two hits and three rBIs.

Austin Kirk gave up one run on four hits over six innings in Daytona’s 6-5 win over Brevard County. Nelson Perez had two hits, including his 10th home run. Rubi Silva also had two hits.

Peoria had Tuesday off, and will play Cedar Rapids Wednesday.

– Carrie Muskat

5/26 Minor League report

Luis Valbuena hit a solo homer in the ninth to lift the Iowa Cubs to a 2-1 victory Friday night over Memphis. Rodrigo Lopez started the game but was pulled after throwing one pitch because of tightness in his groin, which he felt warming up. Jay Jackson stepped in, and threw five innings of one-run, three-hit relief. He walked two and struck out five. Scott Maine earned the win in relief.

Eric Jokisch gave up two runs on one hit and one walk over five innings in Tennessee’s 4-3 win over Mobile. Jae-Hoon Ha and Luis Flores each hit home runs. Jim Adduci had two hits, an RBI and a stolen base.

Austin Kirk gave up seven hits over eight scoreless innings but did not get a decision in Daytona’s 2-1 loss to Clearwater. Micah Gibbs, Rubi Silva and Dustin Harrington each had two hits.

Starling Peralta gave up one run on five hits over four innings in Peoria’s 3-1 win over Clinton. Zeke DeVoss had two hits, including a double, and Luis Liria converted his first save, pitching three innings in relief.

– Carrie Muskat

5/22 Minor League report – Monday’s games

Jay Jackson gave up six runs on nine hits, including two homers, over three innings on Monday in an 8-2 loss to Tacoma. It was Jackson’s first start since a brief stint out of the bullpen. Anthony Rizzo was 1-for-4 with a double. He has gone hitless in consecutive games twice this year. Iowa Cubs had chances, but were 2-for-15 with runners in scoring position. Chris Volstad scheduled to make his first start for Iowa on Tuesday. Blake DeWitt was 2-for-4 with a double.

Dae-Eun Rhee gave up three runs on eight hits over six innings in Tennessee’s 8-5 loss to Mississippi. Junior Lake and Jae-Hoon Ha each had two hits. Rebel Ridling hit his fourth homer, and second in as many days.

Matt Loosen gave up one run on two hits and struck out eight over 6 2/3 innings in Daytona’s 4-3 walkoff win over St. Lucie. Matt Szczur had two hits and one RBIs, and Greg Rohan hit a RBI double.

Paul Hoilman had two hits in Peoria’s 5-4 loss to Cedar Rapids. Luis Liria pitched 1 2/3 scoreless innings in relief.

– Carrie Muskat

5/7 Minor League report – Sunday’s games

Brett Jackson hit a solo homer but it wasn’t enough as Iowa lost, 12-4, to New Orleans on Sunday. Jay Jackson took the loss, giving up five runs on six hits and four walks over four innings. Brett Jackson is batting .259 now with 12 RBIs.

Brooks Raley gave up two runs on five hits over six innings in Tennessee’s 4-2 loss to Birmingham. Junior Lake had two hits, including a double and a triple.

Austin Kirk gave up two runs on six hits over seven innings in Daytona’s 5-4 win over Jupiter. Arismendy Alcantara had two hits, both triples, and drove in two runs.

Michael Jensen gave up five runs on five hits over 4 1/3 innings in Peoria’s 9-2 loss to Quad Cities. Paul Hoilman extended his hitting streak to 19 games, tied for third longest in Chiefs history.

– Carrie Muskat

5/2 Minor League report

Brett Jackson had four hits and scored four runs to help Iowa end a six-game losing streak and beat Memphis, 13-4, on Tuesday night. Jackson doubled to leadoff the game, the first of 11 batters to the plate in the first. Jackson added another double in the first. Jay Jackson picked up the win, striking out six and giving up three runs on six hits over five innings. Dave Sappelt added a two-run homer, his third hit of the game. The I-Cubs finished with a season-high 13 hits. Adrian Cardenas had three hits and three RBIs.

Brooks Raley gave up three runs on eight hits over six innings in Tennessee’s 6-5 loss to Montgomery. Logan Watkins and Michael Burgess each had two hits, including home runs. Watkins had two RBIs. Kevin Rhoderick gave up one hit in one inning of relief.

Austin Kirk gave up two runs on five hits over eight innings in Daytona’s 7-3, 10-inning loss to Clearwater. Arismendy Alcantara had two hits and Rubi Silva had two RBIs. Daytona manager Brian Harper had a closed door meeting with the team after the game. Harper told reporters he wanted to emphasize the importance of “sticking together and fighting through this.” Daytona is 5-6 at home with five blown saves.

Peoria had Tuesday off and opens a series Wednesday night against Kane County.

– Carrie Muskat

4/30 Minor League report

After playing once in the last three days because of bad weather, the Iowa Cubs open a series in Memphis Monday night. Jay Jackson was scheduled to start.

Jonathan Mota hit a two-run homer in the 10th to lift Tennessee to a 5-3 victory Sunday over Jackson. Mota had three hits, including a double. Dae-Eun Rhee gave up three runs on six hits and four walks over 4 1/3 innings. Michael Brenly had two hits.

Zach Cates gave up three runs on five hits over five innings in Daytona’s 6-4 loss to Lakeland. Matt Szczur had two hits and scored two runs. Nelson Perez had two hits and drove in two runs.

Ben Wells threw 5 1/3 scoreless innings in Peoria’s 5-2 win over Fort Wayne. Brad Zapenas had three hits, and Wes Darvill extended his hitting streak to 13 games. Kyler Burke converted his first save, throwing 3 2/3 innings.

– Carrie Muskat

 

4/24 Minor League report – UPDATED

On Tuesday, Paul Hoilman hit a walkoff grand slam to lead Class A Peoria to a 6-2 victory over Lansing. The game was a pitchers’ duel through eight innings as Kyler Burke and Ben Wells for the Chiefs and three Lugnuts kept the game scoreless. In his first game with the Chiefs, Yaniel Cabezas started the ninth inning rally with a single to left. Hoilman’s blast was the Chiefs first grand slam of the season and the first homer of the year for Hoilman. Burke, a converted outfielder who was the Cubs Minor League Player of the Year in 2009, gave up three singles over six shutout innings in his first start.

In Monday’s action, Jay Jackson gave up five runs, four earned, on eight hits over five innings in Iowa’s 6-2 loss to Memphis. Brett Jackson had two hits and stole a base and Anthony Rizzo reached safely three times with two hits.

Jonathan Mota homered in Tennessee’s 5-4, 12-inning win over Chattanooga. Eliot Soto reached base three times with a double and a triple.

Zach Cates gave up three runs on six hits over four innings in Daytona’s 7-2 loss to Lakeland.

Jose Rosario gave up five runs on nine hits over five innings in Peoria’s 7-3 loss Monday to Lansing. Zeke DeVoss reached base twice and stole a base. The Chiefs made some roster moves and added Cuban lefty Geraldo Concepcion and Cabezas, a catcher, to the roster. Concepcion was expected to start Wednesday.

– Carrie Muskat

4/19 Minor League report

Jay Jackson gave up five runs on six hits over 5 2/3 innings in Iowa’s 6-4 loss to Albuquerque on Wednesday. Luis Valbuena had two hits, including a home run, and two RBIs. Brett Jackson reached base twice with a walk and a double.

Dallas Beeler gave up one unearned run on nine hits over 5 2/3 innings in Tennessee’s 2-1 loss to Huntsville in the first game of a doubleheader. In the second game, Ty Wright homered in a 1-0 win. Frank Batista picked up the save, his fifth.

Daytona had Wednesday off. The D-Cubs return to action Thursday against Tampa. Zach Cates is scheduled to start.

Jose Rosario gave up four runs on seven hits over 4 2/3 innings in Peoria’s 5-2 loss to Cedar Rapids. Paul Hoilman had two hits and Oliver Zapata had one RBI.

– Carrie Muskat

3/3 Jacksons shine in intrasquad game

Jay Jackson faced the minimum over three innings in Saturday’s Cubs’ intrasquad game at HoHoKam Park, which ended in a 3-3 tie between the Blue and White teams. Joe Mather smacked a three-run homer in the fourth for the Blue team and Brett Jackson connected for the second straight day, hitting a leadoff homer in the third off lefty Chris Rusin, for the White.

Jay Jackson, who was 8-14 with a 5.34 ERA at Triple-A Iowa last year, struck out one in his efficient outing.

For Brett Jackson, it was the second straight day he led off an inning with a home run off a lefty. Should the Cubs expect another homer on Sunday?

“I don’t know about that,” he said.

Brett Jackson is projected to start the season at Iowa.

“Things I can control are what I do every day,” he said. “I’m not going to make the team right now, today, but every day is a piece to that puzzle. I’m going to keep working every day until that day comes [when he's re-assigned] and when that day comes, I’ll keep working there. That’s my goal — I believe in big things for the Cubs and it’s something I want to be a part of and I’m going to work to be a part of it.”

– Carrie Muskat

12/8 Winter league update

Jay Jackson gave up one run on three hits and two walks over six innings in Caracas 5-1 win over Aragua on Wednesday in Venezuelan Winter League play. Jackson, now 3-2, also struck out two. Jackson got some offensive help from the Indians’ Asdrubal Cabrera, who went 3-for-4 in his debut for Caracas and scored three runs.

– Carrie Muskat

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