Found April 07, 2012 on Cub Reporter:
I'd probably go Eric Jokish and Arismendy Alcanatra as your pitching and hitting stars of the day, both for Hi-A Daytona.   Round Rock 4 - @Iowa 3; Coleman gives up 4 earned runs over 5 innings, but does strikeout 5 without giving up a walk. Rizzo with a two singles and an error. W. Castillo and B. Jackson have the only 2 extra-base hits on the night for Iowa. Campana gets caught stealing but does get an outfield assist. Tennessee 1 - @Chattanooga 0; Burgess goes yard with a solo shot and ends with two hits on the night, Watkins with the only other multi-hit game. Catcher Juan Apodeca walks twice. Combined shutout by McNutt (3.2 IP), Antigua (2.1 IP), A. Cabrera (2 IP) and F. Batista (1 IP whom also got his second save). @Daytona 6 - Brevard County 2; Rubi Silva and Arismendy Alcanatra both with three hits, Alcanatra though hit a 3-run HR and had 4 RBI's total on the night. Silva did have two doubles. Jokisch goes 6 innings, giving up 2 ER, 4 H, 1 BB and 5 K. Tony Zych goes...
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