Farm Report: Davis Slams It Early

Tennessee had some magic in extra innings while Peoria slammed the door early in the game. All the details from Sunday's action are inside the Northsiders Report Farm Report.

Iowa was washed out for the second time in its series with Nashville, while Tennessee had more late-game magic in store. All the details from Sunday's action are in this Northsiders Report Farm Report. _____________________________________________________________________

Triple-A -- Iowa Cubs

Cubs, Sound Washed Out Again


Double-A -- Tennessee Smokies

Tennessee Tops Jackson In 10 Tennessee: 5, Jackson: 3 (10)

Jonathan Mota's 10th-inning two-run home run was the difference in Tennessee's 5-3 extra-inning win over the Jackson Generals. Marcus Hatley (W, 1-1) earned the win for his three shutout innings in relief. He surrendered just one hit in the process.

Jackson jumped to a 2-0 lead in the fourth inning, but the Smokies responded with a three-run fifth inning. Tennessee starter Dae-Eun Rhee was run in the fifth inning when he allowed his third earned run.

Next: Montgomery @ Tennessee, Tuesday -- 7:15


High-A -- Daytona Cubs

Lakeland Spoils Daytona's Sunday Lakeland: 6, Daytona: 4

The Flying Tigers posted a run in the sixth, seventh and eighth innings, which helped secure a 6-4 win. Cubs starter Zach Cates (L, 0-4) was tagged with the loss, though he was efficient in five innings of work. Hayden Simpson and Ty'Relle Harris allowed the late-game runs.

Daytona appeared to be on the comeback trail, scoring a run in the seventh inning then two in the eighth, but Lakeland closer Bruce Rondon (S, 3) shut down the Cubs for his third save of the season. Nelson Perez led the way for Daytona with two hits and two RBIs.

Next: Daytona @ Lakeland, Monday -- 10:30


Low-A -- Peoria Chiefs

Davis's Slam Enough For Peoria Peoria: 5, Fort Wayne: 2

Taylor Davis's third-inning grand slam was the difference in Peoria's 5-2 victory over Fort Wayne. Peoria scored all of its five runs in the third inning. Rafeal Lopez also knocked in a run with a sacrifice fly. Four Chiefs had multi-hit games in the win.

Benjamin Wells (W, 2-1) pitched 5.1 shutout innings, allowing just two hits, earning his second win of the season. Kyle Burke (S, 1) closed out the game with 3.2 innings of work, allowing just two runs.

Next: Peoria @ Fort Wayne, Monday -- 10:05

Chris Emma has covered college athletics and professional baseball for FOX Sports since 2009. He covered the Nebraska Cornhuskers for Big Red Report, and currently covers the Northwestern Wildcats and Chicago Cubs.
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