Cubs Down of the Farm Report – 06/04/09

Here is your mid-week update for our Young Cubs. Unlike last week, this week has been very calm and the offenses of pretty much all the teams have been quiet. The Smokies have now lost 11 in a row and they are quickly falling way out of contention at 9.5 games back. Tony Thomas has seen his average fall over 70 points in just the past two weeks, but pretty much everyone in Tennessee has stopped hitting of late.

Don’t forget that you can check out my site at YoungCubsWorld.com for daily updates of the big performers.

Here are the standings for the Cubs’ system only:

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Peoria Chiefs – Class A

Monday 6/1 – No Game Scheduled

Tuesday 6/2Chiefs come back late and pick up a 3-2 victory over Beloit

Wednesday 6/3Chiefs win a close one against Beloit, 2-1

Peoria’s Team Stats

Daytona Cubs – Class High A

Monday 6/1Ryan Searle and the pen shut out the Sarasota Reds, 4-0

Tuesday 6/2Daytona out-hits the Reds, but can’t score and lose 1-6

Wednesday 6/3Cubs can’t mount a comeback, lose 1-8 to Charlotte Stone Crabs

Daytona Cubs’ Team Stats

Tennessee Smokies – Class AA

Monday 6/1 - Smokies’ streak runs to 9 losses in a row; lose 2-9 to the Carolina Mudcats

Tuesday 6/2Smokies drop 10th in a row; lose 0-1 in 10 innings to the Mudcats

Wednesday 6/3The streak continues-Smokies drop 11th in a row, give up winning run in the bottom of the 9th to the Mudcats

Tennessee Smokies’ Team Stats

Iowa Cubs - Class AAA

Monday 6/1One big inning dooms Atkins and the Cubs; lose 2-6 to the Memphis Redbirds

Tuesday 6/2Cubs offense goes quiet again; lose 0-3 to the Sounds

Wednesday 6/3 – Iowa is shut out for the 2nd straight game-loses 0-3 to Nashville

Losing Pitcher: J.R. Mathes (7-4)
Offense: Steve Clevenger: 2-for-3, 1 double

Iowa Cubs’ Team Stats

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