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Cubs Minor League Wrap: August 11

There's a chance that I won't have internet service tomorrow night. I hope it doesn't happen, but if you're missing the Wrap tomorrow, that's why.

Iowa Cubs

Flying to Tacoma.

Tennessee Smokies

The Smokies blotted out the Jacksonville Suns, 8-7.

Marco Carrillo got the start and allowed four runs on seven hits over six innings Carrillo walked three and struck out six.

Rafael Dolis walked the bases loaded with one out in the ninth inning, but got a pop up and a strikeout to get out of the inning without any damage. He picked up the win when the Smokies scored the winning run in the bottom of the inning. Dolis only pitched the one inning. He did not allow any hits or runs in that inning.

Third baseman Josh Vitters hit the game-winning RBI single in the bottom of the ninth, scoring left fielder Ty Wright. Vitters was 2 for 5 with two RBI.

Wright also homered earlier in the game. The solo home run in the third inning was his fifth for the Smokies and sixth overall. Wright was 2 for 4 with a walk.

Right fielder Jim Adduci was 2 for 4 with a walk and two runs scored. Catcher Blake Lalli was 2 for 3 with a double and a walk. He scored twice.

Shortstop Junior Lake was 2 for 4 and scored once.

Daytona Cubs

The Daytona Cubs split a double-header with the Lakeland Flying Tigers, losing game one 6-0 and taking the second one 4-0.

In the first game, Angel Guzman started and pitched his normal two innings without allowing a run. He allowed two hits but did not walk anyone. He struck out one.

Jeffrey Lorick pitched the rest of the game and got the loss. He allowed six runs on six hits and four walks over the four innings. Lorick struck out two.

Shortstop Logan Watkins was 1 for 3 with a stolen base.

In the second game, Matt Loosen turned the tables on Lakeland by shutting them out over six innings. He allowed only two hits and walked no one while striking out eight. It was his first win for Daytona this year

Left fielder Evan Crawford was 3 for 4 with a double and a stolen base. He scored once.

Third baseman Greg Rohan was 2 for 4 with a triple. He scored once and knocked one in.

Catcher Chad Noble was 2 for 3 with an RBI.

Peoria Chiefs

The Peoria Chiefs trapped the Kane County Cougars, 9-6 in 11 innings.

Starling Peralta got the start and allowed six runs on eight hits over 4.2 innings. One of the six runs was unearned. Peralta walked two and struck out two.

Yohan Gonzalez threw two scoreless innings of relief to get the win. He surrendered two hits, but he didn't walk anyone and struck out two.

Daniel Berlind picked up his fourth save with a perfect bottom of the eleventh. He retired the side on three groundouts.

First baseman Richard Jones was 2 for 5 with his 21st home run of the year; a solo home run in the seventh inning. He also doubled and walked once. Jones scored twice and had three RBI.

Right fielder Anthony Giansanti had a double in a 2 for 6 game. He scored once and had two RBI.

Shortstop Arismendy Alcantara and DH Smaily Borges were both 2 for 6. Alcantara had two RBI and Borges had one.

Second baseman Rubi Silva was also 2 for 6 with a double. He scored twice. Left fielder Ben Klafczynski was 2 for 5 with a run batted in.

Boise Hawks

The Boise Hawks were demolished by the Eugene Emeralds, 17-6.

Austin Reed started and got battered around for seven runs over only two innings. He gave up nine hits and three walks without striking out anyone. Two of the seven runs were unearned.

First baseman Paul Hoilman cracked his 12th home run of the year in the sixth inning with the bases empty. Hoilman also doubled in a 3 for 5 game. He scored twice and batted two runs in.

Right fielder Reggie Golden was 2 for 5 with a double. He had one RBI and scored once.

Center fielder Oliver Zapata went 2 for 5 with a run scored and an RBI.

Left fielder Blair Springfield went 0 for 2 and walked three times. He also had two outfield assists tonight.

AZL Cubs

Lost to the Angels, 8-7 in ten innings.

Marco Hernandez went 0 for 5, snapping his 16 game hitting streak.