RC Organizational Report: June 10

All four clubs were in action on Sunday, and the organization went 2-2 on the day. Both Omaha and Wichita won, with the O-Royals riding the hot bat of Justin Huber to the victory. Huber belted his eighth home run on Sunday, and he knocked in a season-best six runs. RC recaps the rest of the day's action inside.



AAA: Omaha 10, Nashville 6

W: Thad Markray (3-1, 3.76)
HR: Craig Brazell (15), Justin Huber (8), Matt Tupman (1)


PlayerABRH2B3BHRRBIBBKAVG
DH Billy Butler130000030.280
1B Craig Brazell423001200.308
LF Justin Huber422101601.268
C Matt Tupman412001101.321


PlayerIPHRERBBKHRERA
Neal Musser2.03000100.00
Gabe DeHoyos1.04220115.06


The O-Royals burst out offensively on Sunday afternoon, scoring 10 runs en route to a 10-6 win over Nashville. The offense was led by Justin Huber, who went 2-for-4 with a double, a home run, and six RBIs. Craig Brazell and Matt Tupman each contributed home runs of their own, Tupman's being his first of the year. Neal Musser pitched two more scoreless innings to keep his ERA at a perfect 0.00.
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AA: Wichita 4, Tulsa 3

W: Leo Nunez (1-0, 0.82), S: Carlos Rosa (1)
HR: Chris Lubanski (8)


PlayerABRH2B3BHRRBIBBKAVG
LF Chris Lubanski412001201.291
RF Jake Blalock301100200.183


PlayerIPHRERBBKHRERA
Leo Nunez (W, 1-0)5.02000200.82
Carlos Rosa (S, 1)4.06332104.95


Wichita won a close won with Tulsa on Sunday, 4-3. Leo Nunez got the start and went five innings, allowing only two hits while striking out two. Carlos Rosa came in for the remaining four innings and got the save despite giving up three runs. The Wranglers offense was led by Chris Lubanski, who belted a two-run bomb in the bottom of the first inning, his eighth of the year. The bats were supported by Jake Blalock, who plated two runs of his own with a double in the bottom of the fourth.
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High A: Winston-Salem 6, Wilmington 4

L: Rayner Oliveros (1-1, 1.86)
HR: Mario Lisson (5)


PlayerABRH2B3BHRRBIBBKAVG
CF Brett Bigler321010011.238
3B Mario Lisson321001101.299


PlayerIPHRERBBKHRERA
Jason Godin6.07331109.20
Rayner Oliveros(L, 1-1)1.03311001.86


Jason Godin took the mound for the third time for Wilmington, and he finally came through with a solid start. Godin allowed three runs on seven hits in six innings, although a mixed effort from the bullpen and the defense cost him the win in the eighth inning. Indeed, Rayner Oliveros blew the save and got the loss, but he was not helped by his defense, which made two critical errors in the inning. Mario Lisson hit his fifth home run of the year, a solo shot, in the top of the eighth. Southpaw Rowdy Hardy is in line for the start on Monday when they hit the road to face the Frederick Keys.
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Low A: Beloit 7, Burlington 5

L: Josh Cribb (1-5, 6.55)
HR: Michael Thompson (12)


PlayerABRH2B3BHRRBIBBKAVG
CF Derrick Robinson512200002.266
LF Joseph Dickerson502100000.254
3B Kurt Mertins502000000.272


PlayerIPHRERBBKHRERA
Tyler Chambliss4.07441302.41


Burlington fell to the Beloit Snappers 7-5 on Sunday as Beloit finished off the four-game sweep of Burlington. Tyler Chambliss got his first start of the year, and was roughed up for four runs in four innings. Even after the tough outing, Chambliss' ERA is still excellent at 2.41 on the season. Five Burlington hitters enjoyed two-hit games, including Derrick Robinson, who doubled twice. RHP Ed Cegarra (0-0, 16.20) will make his first start for the Bees as they return home on Monday.


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