Exceptional Defense Provides Chiefs With Series Win

Chiefs starter Jack Flaherty notched his first win of the 2015 season, much in thanks to a diving catch by Blake Drake in centerfield and Nick Thompson gunning down the tying run at the plate as the Chiefs held on for a 2-1 win over West Michigan. Read all about it in the Game Story.

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Hear from Jack Flaherty postgame:

Check out Peoria Chiefs Beat Writer Dave Eminian’s recap featuring an in-depth look at Chiefs reliever Robby Rowland.

Chiefs Best Whitecaps on Thursday, Split Series

The Peoria Chiefs offense exploded for five runs in the first inning and never looked back. Danny Diekroeger had three hits and three RBI as the Chiefs won 8-5 with the rubber match of the series set for Friday at 7 pm at Dozer Park. Here is the Game Recap.

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Hear from Diekroeger postgame:

Check out Peoria Chiefs Beat Writer Dave Eminian’s story.

Chiefs Host West Michigan for Three-Game Set

The Peoria Chiefs (27-31) are looking to shake off their 1-5 road trip in Michigan; unfortunately they won’t be rid of the state just yet as the West Michigan Whitecaps (29-29) come to town for a three-game series. The Chiefs are nine games behind Cedar Rapids for a first-half birth in the playoffs and time is running out as the Midwest League All Star Game inches closer.

Probable Pitching Matchups:

Wednesday June 10: RH Luis Perdomo (2-5, 2.33) vs. RH A.J. Ladwig (5-4, 4.33)

Thursday June 11: LH Austin Gomber (4-3, 3.32) vs. RH Artie Lewicki (0-0, 2.08)

Friday June 12: RH Jack Flaherty (0-0, 2.08) vs. RH Fernando Perez (0-5, 3.75)

Things to Watch For:

DeLeon Swinging a Hot Bat

Alex DeLeon entered the six-game road trip batting .188; he has since raised it 20 points as the Cheifs begin a six-game homestand. DeLeon went 6-12 with a double, two homers, and five RBI in the final three games of the Chiefs road trip. He is currently batting .208 with four homers and 16 RBI on the season and hopes to jump-start the Chiefs offense, which ranks second to last in the entire Midwest League.

Familiar Faces Return to Dozer Park

The Chiefs announced on Tuesday that former Chiefs outfielder Ronald Castillo would join the team from Extended Spring Training and former Chiefs pitcher Dixon Llorens would be assigned to the Chiefs from Palm Beach. Castillo was arguably the Chiefs hottest hitter in the first half of the 2014 season. He batted .291 with four homers and 33 RBI and was named a Midwest League All Star Game starter. Unfortunately, an injury would force Castillo to miss the All Star Game and he never really got back to form, batting only .227 in the second half of the season. Llorens  pitched for Peoria in 2013 and went 3-3 with a 2.85 ERA,  23 walks, and 71 strikeouts over 47 1/3 innings of work. Llorens pitched for Palm Beach last season and posted a 2.06 ERA in 33 outings. He has yet to pitch this season due to injury.

Perdomo Attempts to Bounce Back

Talk about an interesting week for Luis Perdomo. After tossing eight shutout innings, while scattering three hits, walking three, and striking out nine batters in a win over Kane County on May 29, Perdomo was named the Midwest League Pitcher of the Week for the week ending May 31. Four days later, Perdomo was named the St. Louis Cardinals Minor League Pitcher of the Month after posting a 1.42 ERA with 33 strikeouts over 31 2/3 innings in May. However, that very same day, Perdomo was touched up for seven runs in only five and a third innings of work in a loss at Great Lakes. Perdomo looks to return to his dominant stuff in the opening game of the homestand.

Jack Flaherty Wants to Win

The Cardinals No. 6 prospect, according to Baseball America, has yet to win a game this 2015 season. Flaherty has made three starts this season and has surrendered only one earned run in each. Flaherty was the Chiefs Opening Day starter, but left the game after three innings due to an injury that shelved him until May 31. Flaherty has since made two starts, but has received only a combined three runs of support. Flaherty searches for his first win of the season in the finale of this three-game series. His counterpart, Fernando Perez, is also in search of his first win, however he has had three times the chances to do so.

Artie Lewicki is Healthy

The Tigers No. 12 prospect, according to MLB.com, is basically the West Michigan Jack Flaherty. Lewicki, a top prospect in his respective organization, started opening day for the Whitecaps, but left the game before finishing his fifth inning of work due to injury. Lewicki hit the DL and is finally making his return, here in game two of the series. Lewicki was 2-2 with a 2.45 ERA pitching mostly out of the bullpen last season for West Michigan.

The Chiefs Look to Contain the Midwest League’s Top Hitter and Friends

Michael Gerber is having a fantastic 2015. He is batting a scorching .350, which is best in the entire Midwest League, with 11 doubles, three triples, five homers, and 35 RBI for the Whitecaps. Unfortunately for the Chiefs, Gerber isn’t the only Whitecap swinging a hot bat this season. Will Kengor is batting .344 with 14 RBI, Will Maddox has only played 13 games, but has a .395 average, and Ross Kivett is batting .290 with a homer and 22 RBI this season.

Perdomo, Chiefs Tame Cougars Friday

Luis Perdomo tossed a career-high eight innings allowing no runs on three hits and three walks, striking out nine. Danny Diekroeger added two RBI on three hits as the Chiefs took game one of the four-game set with Kane County 5-0. Check out the Game Story.

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Hear from Danny Diekroeger after the game:

Check out Peoria Chiefs Beat Writer Dave Eminian’s game recap and story detailing the Bray brothers reunion.

Chiefs Host Cougars in a Crucial Four-Game Series

The Peoria Chiefs (24-24), fresh off a 15-inning loss to Clinton on Thursday, host the Kane County Cougars (24-24). The Chiefs and Cougars are part of a three-way tie for third place in the Midwest League Western Division with the Burlington Bees. The Cougars have won four of their last five and are coming off a series victory over division-leading Quad Cities. The Chiefs have lost two in a row.

Probable Pitching Matchups:

Friday May 29: RH Luis Perdomo (1-4, 1.77) vs RH Brad Keller (2-4, 2.68)

Saturday May 30: LH Austin Gomber (4-3, 3.35) vs RH Markus Solbach (4-2, 2.75)

Sunday May 31: TBA vs. RH Wei-Chung Huang (1-0, 0.00)

Monday June 1: Daniel Poncedelon (5-0, 1.77) vs RH Touki Toussaint (0-1, 3.60)

Things to Watch For:

Life Without Jon Jay

The Chiefs bid farewell to St. Louis Cardinals Centerfielder Jon Jay after three at-bats in last night’s loss to Clinton, ending his three-game rehab stint with the team. Magneuris Sierra will return to his normal everyday position of centerfield and the Chiefs look to snap their two-game losing streak.

Help Wanted: Run Support for Luis Perdomo

Perdomo is tied for the sixth best ERA in the Midwest League at 1.77 with fellow Chiefs pitcher Daniel Poncedeleon who will start the final game of this series. In seven starts this season, Perdomo has received more than three runs of run support only once. In that one game, came seven runs of support for Perdomo and his sole victory of the season.

The Return of the Solbach

Saturday night’s game is Star Wars Night and, bad news for the Chief, Markus Solbach will be taking the hill for the Cougars. The Chiefs thought they were done with him after facing him one time in South Bend last season, but the Cougars are the new Arizona Diamondbacks affiliate and Solbach is back to reek more havoc. In that start, Solbach tossed a complete game shutout scattering only three hits, no walks, and striking out three on July 20 of last year.

Poncedeleon vs. Toussaint

Runs will be limited in the finale of this four-game series as Daniel Poncedeleon looks to improve to 5-0 while Touki Toussaint, the Diamondbacks top overall pick in the 2014 draft, will oppose him. Poncedeleon is coming off of his second-straight win, in which he allowed two runs, only one of them earned, off four hits and two walks, striking out four over six innings of work. Toussaint is coming off his first loss of the season after allowing seven runs, five earned, off eight hits and one walk, striking out six over five innings of work.

Chiefs Lose Heartbreaker in 15 Innings Thursday

Just as the clock neared midnight, Clinton put the cap on an 11-8 victory that lasted nearly five hours. Peoria was down 8-2 at one point before tying it up in the ninth on a two-out, two-run blast by Nick Thompson. No runs would be scored from that point up until the top of the 15th where Clinton plated three runs.

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Check out Peoria Chiefs Beat Writer Dave Eminian’s detailed article of Jon Jay’s final rehab game with the Chiefs.

Chiefs Unable to Contain Clinton Wednesday

Despite Jon Jay’s first RBI for Peoria and Blake Drake’s sixth homer of the season, the Chiefs couldn’t contain Clinton as they rolled to an 8-2 win. Check out the Game Story.

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Check out Peoria Chiefs Beat Writer Dave Eminian’s story from last night’s contest, which features quotes from former major-league slugger Edgar Martinez.

Poncedeleon Improves to 5-0, Chiefs Edge Clinton 4-3

Daniel Poncedeleon is tied for second in the Midwest League with five wins as the Chiefs took game one of their three-game set with the Clinton LumberKings. St. Louis Cardinals centerfielder Jon Jay batted leadoff as he began his rehab assignment in Peoria. Check out the Game Recap.

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Hear from Poncedeloen after the game:

Check out Peoria Chiefs Beat Writer Dave Eminian’s article and interview with Jay.

Chiefs Welcome Streaking LumberKings to Dozer Park for Three-Game Set

The Peoria Chiefs (22-23) are coming off a double-header sweep of division-leading Quad Cities on Memorial Day. They are now home for a seven-game homestead to close out the month of May. The Clinton LumberKings (21-24) are winners of three straight, but are 1-2 in the season series with the Chiefs thus far. Peoria leads Clinton by two games in the Midwest League Western Division.

Probable Pitching Matchups:

Tuesday May 26: RH Daniel Poncedeleon (4-0, 1.82) vs. RH Zach Littell (1-0, 4.22)

Wednesday May 27: RH Matt Pearce (3-3, 2.52) vs. RH Jefferson Medina (1-4, 3.77)

Thursday May 28: RH Fernando Baez (2-3, 4.81) vs. RH Tyler Herb (2-1, 5.01)

Things to Watch For:

Jon Jay Comes to Peoria

The St. Louis Cardinals centerfielder will begin a three-game rehab stint with Peoria for their series with Clinton. Jay was placed on the disabled list on May 14 with left wrist tendonitis. Jay is batting .248 with two doubles, 11 runs scored, and six RBI in 2015. Jay played for the Quad Cities River Bandits in 2006 and batted .342 with three homers, and 45 RBI in 60 games in his first professional season.

Poncedeleon Looks to Improve to 5-0

Poncedeleon makes his eighth start of the year on Tuesday to kickoff the homestead and will attempt to improve to 5-0 on the season. Poncedeleon is coming off his fourth win of the season, in which he allowed a career-high five runs, three of them earned, off seven hits, walked three, and struck out three over six and a third innings of work at home against Cedar Rapids. The Chiefs won that game 7-5 on May 19.

Clinton is Heating Up

The LumberKings are winners of four of their last five and are currently riding a three-game win streak. Memorial Day was extremely similar for both the Chiefs and LumberKings; they both swept a double header. Clinton got a complete game from their starter Lukas Schiraldi, who will not face the Chiefs in this series, in a 5-1 win over Burlington in game one of the double header.

Justin Ringo Looks to Walk It Out on Wednesday

The Chiefs leader in on-base percentage (.366) and walks (22) will be licking his chops as Jefferson Medina takes the mound for Clinton in game two of the series. Medina is currently tied for third in the Midwest League with 25 walks allowed. Medina has dropped three of his last five starts and has walked 14 batters over 29 innings during that stretch.

Jay To Begin Rehab Assignment With Chiefs Tonight

Jon Jay

Jon Jay making a catch in the Majors

Cardinals outfielder Jon Jay begins a rehab assignment with the Peoria Chiefs tonight when the Chiefs play host to the Clinton LumberKings at Dozer Park. The Cardinals placed Jay on the disabled list May 14 with tendinitis in his left wrist. He will be the first Major League player to rehab with the Chiefs since Jake Westbrook pitched for Peoria June 9, 2013, and the first position player to do so since then-Cubs third baseman Aramis Ramirez played two games June 19-20, 2010.

Jake Westbrook

Aramis Ramirez Jake Westbrook (top) rehabbing for the Chiefs in June 2013 as he beat Quad Cities and Aramis Ramirez (bottom) with the Chiefs in 2009 and 2010.

Jay hit .303 during the 2014 regular season, and he hit .483 during the playoffs, which ranks as the second highest single-season playoff batting average in Major League History behind only Manny Ramirez’s .520 with the LA Dodgers in 2008.Jay’s .295 batting average over the last five seasons (2010-2014) ranks eighth among all Major League outfielders during that span. Last season Jay hit .375 (33-for-88) against left-handed pitching, placing him first among all left-handed hitters. In 2013 Jay set career-highs with 67 RBI, 27 doubles, 151 hits, 75 runs, 52 walks, and finished the season riding a career-long 14-game hitting streak that was snapped at 15 with a pinch-hit appearance in his second game of the 2014 season. He hit a career-high .305 in 117 games in 2012, adding 22 doubles, four triples, four home runs, and 40 RBI. In 2011 Jay played in a career-high and team-high 159 games, hitting 10 home runs and driving in 37 with a career-high 24 doubles and two triples. The last time he played in the Midwest League, Jay hit .342 with Quad Cities after the Cardinals took him in the second round of the 2006 draft. He played 60 games for Quad Cities in 2006, hitting .342 with 13 doubles, three triples, three home runs and 45 RBI. In that season Jay drew 28 walks and struck out only 27 times. Jay was drafted out of the University of Miami where he was a three-time All-American and a first-team All-ACC selection. Jay was named the Cardinals’ “Heart & Hustle” player by the MLB Players Alumni Association, and he currently serves as the Cardinals’ representative to the MLBPA.

Peoria Chiefs MLB Rehab History

Player Date H/A Opponent Stats Pos Res Score Att
Steve Trout 6/11/1987 Home Burlington 8ip, 6h, 0r, 0bb, 6k Win, hb..0-4, rbi started Win  6-0 3127
Scott Sanderson 6/25/1988 Away Clinton 5ip, 4h, 1r, 0er, 0bb, 3k started Win  2-1 3626
Damon Berryhill 7/16/1990 Home Kenosha  1-4 c Loss  5-3 2144
Damon Berryhill 7/17/1990 Away Rockford  1-3 c Loss  7-0 3331
Damon Berryhill 7/18/1990 Away Rockford 1,3, rbi, 2r, HR c Win  7-4 3417
Damon Berryhill 7/19/1990 Home Madison 3-4, 3rbi, 3r, 2 2b c Win 17-3 2422
Damon Berryhill 7/21/1990 Away Waterloo 1-4, r, rbi c Loss  7-3 1319
Damon Berryhill 7/22/1990 Away Waterloo 0-4, r c Loss  11-0 1172
Damon Berryhill 7/23/1990 Away Cedar Rapids 3-4, 3r, 4rbi, 2HR c Loss  11-5 4852
Rick Sutcliffe 7/10/1991 Away Kenosha 9ip, 12 h, 6r, 2bb, 6k started Win 7-6 (11) 4387
Mike Harkey 6/9/1992 Away Cedar Rapids 7ip, 8h, 4r, 2er, 2bb, 11k started Win  7-6 3461
Mike Harkey 6/19/1992 Away Springfield 5ip, 7h, 2r, 1bb, 6k WIN started Win  7-2 3288
Ken Patterson 7/3/1992 Home Kenosha 2ip, 5h, 4r, 1bb, 5k Game 1 of dh relief Loss  5-13 5068
Ken Patterson 7/5/1992 Home Clinton 1ip, 0h, 0r, 0bb, 1k relief Win 6-5 (12) 2048
Tom Pagnozzi 4/24/1998 Home Beloit C Win 9-2 2345
Tom Pagnozzi 4/25/1998 Home Beloit C Loss 2-4 (10) 2008
Tom Pagnozzi 4/26/1998 Home Burlington C Loss 6-7 (10) 2058
Tom Pagnozzi 4/27/1998 Home Burlington C Loss 2-3 613
Jesse Orosco 5/30/2000 Home Cedar Rapids 1ip, 0h, 0r, 0bb, 1k started Loss  5-9 769
Jesse Orosco 6/1/2000 Home Cedar Rapids 0.2ip, 0h, 0r, 1hb started Loss 0-9 2668
JD Drew 7/26/2001 Home Michigan 1-3, bb rf Loss 7-8 (11) 5980
JD Drew 7/27/2001 Home Michigan 3-5, 2 2b, 3r rf Win  5-4 3273
JD Drew 7/28/2001 Home Michigan  2-3 rf Loss  1-9 3321
Garrett Stephenson 5/8/2002 Home Ft. Wayne 4ip, 0h, 0r, 0bb, 7k started Win  3-0 1229
Steve Kline 5/24/2002 Home Kane County 1ip, 1h, 1k 1st game Win  3-0 8824
Steve Kline 5/26/2002 Home Kane County 1.1ip, 1bb, 4k started Win  4-2 8854
Garrett Stephenson 7/31/2002 Home Cedar Rapids 4.2ip, 0h, 0r, 0bb, 4k started Win  6-0 3558
Jason Simontacchi 4/1/2003 Home Bradley – exh bullpen Win NA
Jason Isringhausen 4/1/2003 Home Bradley – exh started Win NA
Joe Girardi 5/30/2003 Home Ft. Wayne 0-3, rbi c Loss  4-8 3721
Joe Girardi 5/31/2003 Home Ft. Wayne 1-4, 2k dh Loss  1-2 4251
Joe Girardi 6/1/2003 Home Ft. Wayne 0-2 c Loss 1-2 (10) 3649
Rich Hill 7/8/2005 Home Wisconsin 8ip, 5h, 2r, 1er, 0bb, 12k WIN started Win 5-2 3118
Nomar Garciaparra 7/27/2005 Home Dayton 2-4, 2rbi ss Win 7-3 (7) 9004
Nomar Garciaparra 7/28/2005 Home Dayton 0-1, r, 2bb ss Win 7-0 9602
Kerry Wood 7/31/2005 Away Ft. Wayne 1ip, 1h, 0r, bb, 2k bullpen Win 5-3 7023
Kerry Wood 8/2/2005 Home Kane County 1.1ip, 0h, 0r, 0bb, 3k bullpen Loss  3-7 8012
Angel Guzman 8/30/2005 Away Beloit 3.1ip, 4h, 3r, 1er, 1hb, 0bb, 3k LOSS started Loss  0-6 1104
Angel Guzman 9/5/2005 Home South Bend 3ip, 6h, 2r, 1hra, 0bb, 4k started Win  8-6 3703
Kerry Wood 5/7/2006 Home Lansing 5ip, 1h, 0r, 1hb, 1bb, 12k started Win  5-3 8426
Mark Prior 5/29/2006 Home Kane County 2ip, 4h, 3r, 2er, 1hra, 3k LOSS started Loss  2-8 5865
Mark Prior 6/3/2006 Home Ft. Wayne 5ip, 3h, 1r, 5k LOSS started Loss  0-2 6828
Scott Williamson 6/15/2006 Away Kane County 1ip, 1h, 1r, 0bb, 1k bullpen Win  7-5 10090
Wade Miller 6/22/2006 Home Quad Cities 3ip, 3h, 0r, 1bb, 3k started Loss  0-4 2390
Wade Miller 6/27/2006 Away Wisconsin 4ip, 4h, 1r, 0bb, 2k started Win  6-4 (10) 4801
Wade Miller 7/3/2006 Home Clinton 3ip, 6h, 4r, 1bb, 1k started Win  13-6 6287
Wade Miller 7/31/2006 Home Dayton 4ip, 3h, 0r, 0bb, 5k started Loss  2-3 2031
Wade Miller 8/5/2006 Away Kane County 4ip, 1h, 0r, 3bb, 4k started Loss  2-4 14249
Juan Mateo 6/3/2007 Home Beloit 3ip, 6h, 3r, 1hra, 1k LOSS started Loss  4-14 3405
Juan Mateo 6/17/2007 Home Clinton 1.1ip, 5h, 5r, 1bb started Loss 8-9 (10) 4143
Juan Mateo 6/23/2007 Away Beloit 3ip, 3h, 1r, 0er, 0bb, 1k started Loss  2-3 3393
Juan Mateo 6/28/2007 Home Wisconsin 4ip, 3h, 0r, 3bb, 3k started Win  3-8 3002
Juan Mateo 7/3/2007 Away Kane County 5ip, 7h, 3r, 2bb, 3k WIN started Win 15-3 9857
Juan Mateo 7/8/2007 Away Cedar Rapids 6ip, 3h, 1r, 2bb, 6k WIN started Win  3-2 2595
Wade Miller 7/15/2007 Home Quad Cities 3ip, 4h, 2r, 5k started Win  6-5 6101
Henry Blanco 7/21/2007 Home Ft. Wayne 1-1, r, 2rbi, bb C Win 9-0 7796
Henry Blanco 7/22/2007 Home Ft. Wayne 1-3, rbi, k dh Win 6-1 3867
Henry Blanco 7/23/2007 Home Ft. Wayne 1-2, 2b, r c Loss 2-6 3623
Henry Blanco 7/24/2007 Home Ft. Wayne 0-3, rbi, k c Win 9-3 5255
Kerry Wood 7/24/2007 Home Ft. Wayne 1ip, 0h, 0r, 1bb, k WIN bullpen Win 9-3 5255
Henry Blanco 7/26/2007 Home Dayton 1-2, bb c Win 4-1 4551
Kerry Wood 7/26/2007 Home Dayton 1ip, 1h, 0r, 0bb, 2k bullpen Win 4-1 4551
Henry Blanco 7/27/2007 Home Dayton 0-1, bb, k c Loss 2-6 4287
Kerry Wood 7/27/2007 Home Dayton 1ip, 0h, 0r, 0bb, 1k started Loss 2-6 4287
Henry Blanco 7/28/2007 Home Dayton  1-3 c Loss 0-4 6507
Henry Blanco 7/29/2007 Home Dayton 1-4, hr, r, rbi c Win 6-5 (10) 3235
Scott Eyre 7/11/2008 Away Kane County 1ip, 2h, 1r, 0bb, 1k bullpen Win 11-10 (10) 10030
Scott Eyre 7/13/2008 Away West Michigan 1.1ip, 4h, 2r, 0bb, 2k started Win 4-3 (10) 5144
Jon Lieber 8/5/2008 Home Burlington 3ip, 5h, 3r, 1hra, 0bb, 3k LOSS started Loss  4-7 2300
Jon Lieber 8/28/2008 Home Clinton 2ip, 1h, 0r, 0bb, 0k bullpen Loss  4-5 4192
Jon Lieber 8/30/2008 Away Kane County 2ip, 2h, 1r, 0er, 1hb, 0bb, 3k bullpen Win  7-6 12069
Angel Guzman 6/30/2009 Away Kane County 1ip, 0h, 0r, 0bb, 2k started Loss  3-4 5206
Reed Johnson 7/3/2009 Away Kane County 1-2, r cf Win  7-1 14,872
Aramis Ramirez 7/3/2009 Away Kane County 1-2, 2b, 2r, bb 3b Win  7-1 14,872
Reed Johnson 7/4/2009 Home Beloit 0-0, bb pinch hit Loss  1-4 6,599
Aramis Ramirez 7/4/2009 Home Beloit 1-2, rbi, bb dh Loss  1-4 6,599
Reed Johnson 7/5/2009 Home Beloit 1-4, r cf Loss  2-4 6,305
Aramis Ramirez 7/5/2009 Home Beloit 1-2, bb 3b Loss  2-4 6,305
Kevin Hart 7/13/2009 Home Ft. Wayne 4ip, 3h, 2r, 1hra, 1bb, 3k started Win  5-2 4,029
Ted Lilly 8/12/2009 Home Burlington 5ip, 2h, 0r, 1bb, 2k WIN started Loss  2-4 2,273
Carlos Zambrano 8/20/2009 Home Clinton 5ip, 4h, 0r, 0bb, 5k started Win  3-0 7,604
Ted Lilly 4/19/2010 Home Burlington 5ip, 2h, 1r, 1bb, 9k WIN started Win  2-1 2330
Aramis Ramirez 6/19/2010 Home Quad Cities 0-3, bb, k 3b Loss  3-7 4776
Aramis Ramirez 6/20/2010 Home Quad Cities 1-3, r, rbi, bb, k dh Win  12-2 3879
Carlos Silva 8/27/2010 Home Cedar Rapids 2.2ip, 2h, 0r, 0bb, 1k ND started Win  3-1 3341
Carlos Silva 9/1/2010 Away Kane County 4.2ip, 6h, 5r, 2bb, 4k, 1hra, LOSS started Loss 0-7 5018
Randy Wells 5/17/2011 Home Quad Cities 3.2ip, 6h, 3r, 1er, 0bb, 1k LOSS started Loss  1-3 1390
Carlos Zambrano 7/8/2011 Home Beloit 4ip, 3h, 1r, 0er, 3bb, 4k started Loss  1-14 (10) 5610
Jake Westbrook 6/9/2013 Home Quad Cities 7ip, 4h, 1r, 0bb, 5k…WIN started Win  9-1 3633

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