Minor League Results: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow



Memphis outlasted Omaha 8-6 as the offense came alive. Tommy Pham, on rehab assignment, went 1-for-2 with 2 runs batted in. Mike Ohlman and Matt Williams each had 2 RBI’s and Patrick Wisdom added two hits. Arturo Reyes pitched 5.1 innings and allowed 7 hits and five earned runs before giving way to Heath Wyatt, Justin Wright and John Church.

Deck McGuire gets the home 7:05 start for the Redbirds and Friday’s starter has not been announced.


Springfield defeated NW Arkansas 10-6 behind the scorching bat of Harrison Bader with a 4-for-5 game along with 2 runs batted in and CJ McElroy was 2-5 with 3 runs batted in. Paul DeJong added 2 runs batted in as did Bruce Caldwell.

Corey Baker got the win (2-0) as he went 6 innings with 5 hits allowed and he struck out 5 batters. Joey Donofrio and Chris Thomas pitched the last three innings of the game.

Mike Mayers (2-2, 3.54 ERA) gets the road start with first pitch at 7:05 against NW Arkansas. On Friday, it is Daniel Poncedeleon (1-2, 3.55 ERA) getting the game ball for the Redbirds.


Palm Beach was shutout 3-0 and only managed five singles in the game but fanned 8 times. Jacob Evans took the loss and Kyle Grana finished the last inning.

Josh Pearce starts Thursday and Ian Mckinney on the road Saturday.


Peoria Chiefs lost 11-2 as they continue to struggle in the win column. However, Edmundo Sosa continued his hot hitting as he went 4-for-5 and Magnueris Sierra was 3-for-5 while Brian O’Keffe had two hits.

Sandy Alcantara only pitched 1/3 of an inning and allowed three hits and four earned runs before giving way to Jorge L. Rodriguez. He gave up 7 hits and 3 earned runs in just less than five innings on the mound. Tyler Bray threw 3 innings and gave up 6 hits and four runs. Position played Dylan Beck pitched the last inning and allowed two hits and no runs.

Thursday the Chiefs are at home for a 6:30 start with Ryan Helsley on the mound. Friday Brennan Leitao gets the start for Peoria.



Memphis 9-14 3rd place 5.5 GB Pacific Coast League Northern

Springfield 15-11 1st place Texas League North

Palm Beach 14-12 3rd place 1GB Florida State League South

Peoria 10-16 last place 5.5 GB Midwest League Western



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