The I-Cubs lost the Albuquerque Isotopes, 4-2.
Esmailin Caridad kept the ball in the park, but allowed six doubles on the way to allowing four runs in five innings. Cardiad gave up eight hits total. He walked three and struck out three. Caridad saw his record fall to 5-10.
Sunday is a day of rest, isn't it?
The Daytona Cubs blacklisted the Sarasota Reds, 3-1.
Starter Chris Carpenter pitched tonight after having his last start bumped back two days and allowed only one unearned run over four innings. He didn't walk anyone and struck out three.
Jose Pina threw a perfect seventh inning to get the win. He didn't strike out anyone.
David Cales pitched the final two innings without allowing a run for his 12th save. Cales allowed one hit. He didn't walk anyone and struck out two.
Center fielder Tony Campana hit a bases-loaded triple in the eighth inning to account for all of Daytona's scoring. Campana was 1 for 4.Peoria Chiefs
The Chiefs skinned the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers, 12-5.
Aaron Shafer started and got the win with five innings of work. He allowed two runs on five hits. Shafer walked one and struck out three.
First baseman Rebel Ridling hit his 11th home run today in the first inning. Ridling was 1 for 2 with three walks this afternoon. Ridling scored three times and had two RBI off of the HR.
Third baseman Jovan Rosa hit a grand slam in the third inning. It was his second home run in the Midwest League. Rosa was 2 for 5 with a double and six RBI total. He also scored twice.
Right fielder Kyler Burke went 2 for 4 with a double and a walk. Burke scored twice and had one RBI.
Center fielder David Macias was 2 for 4 with a walk and a stolen base. Macias scored once.
The Boise Hawks expelled the Eugene Emeralds, 7-4
Jeff Antigua earned the win today with an impressive relief outing. Antigua pitched 4.2 innings and allowed one run on two hits. That's pretty good, but the impressive part was that he struck out eleven. Antigua walked two.
Ryan Sontag pitched a scoreless ninth and got his second save. He gave up one hit and struck out one.
Shortstop Hak-Ju Lee and right fielder Jose Valdez both were 2 for 5 with a run scored and an RBI. Valdez also had a steal.
Center fielder Brett Jackson was only 1 for 5 with a run scored and an RBI, but that was good enough to extend his streak of reaching base to 22 games. He has a seven-game hitting streak.
DJ LeMahieu was 3 for 5.