ACL – Brewers Blue 12, Indians 6
DSL – Indians Blue 17, Athletics 8(Completion of August 5)
DSL – Indians Blue 13, Athletics 4(F/7)
DSL – Cubs Blue 4, Indians Red 5(F/10, Completion of August 5)
DSL – Cubs Blue 6, Indians Red 5 (F/8)


Luis Perez (Blue, C & DH): 6/9, 5 R, SB, 4 RBI, BB (Both games) – On his way to a giant pair of games, Perez singled home a run in his first at bat of game one (back on August 5th). He then singled to lead off the fifth, then scored then hit another single to knock in a run and score again in the sixth. He then walked in the seventh and scored again. Getting back into action in game two, Perez singled in the second and scored the tying run. He singled and scored again in the fourth and finally, he singled home a run in the sixth.

Austin Aldeano (Red, SP): 7 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 5 K, 0 BB (Game 1) – Aldeano continues to impress for team Red and still is yet to give up a walk in his career. He allowed a single in the first, then hit a batter in the second before the game was suspended for more than three weeks. He lucked out on being available to pitch and continued where he left off with another single allowed in the third before two perfect innings. He allowed individual singles in the sixth and seventh, but no earned runs. Unearned runs did score in the first and sixth thanks to the four errors committed by team Red.

Best of the rest

Isaiah Greene (ACL, LF): 3/4, 2B, BB – Greene doubled to reach for the first time in the third, then singled in the fifth and advanced to second on an error. He added another single in the sixth to advance a runner.

Connor Kokx (ACL, RF): 1/3, HR, BB – Kokx walked in the second, but was out on the bases. He then lead off the sixth with his first career professional home run.

Alan Romero (Blue, C): 2/4, 2 R, RBI, 2 2B (Game 2) – Romero missed game one, but doubled to lead off the second in game two and scored Blue’s first run. As Blue really started to pile on in the fourth, Romero added an RBI double and scored again.

Junior Caminero (Red, SS & 3B): 2/4, 2 RBI, 2 R, 2 BB (Both games) – Caminero reached for the first time in the double header back on August 5th with a walk. He then hit a homer in the third, then was silent until the tenth. Then, he walked to lead off the inning, leading up to a bases loaded walk to tie the game and Samuel Parra knocking in Caminero with a single to walk off the game. While he wasn’t scheduled to play game two, he pinch hit in the sixth with an RBI single that gave Red the one run lead.

Maikol Flores (Red, LF): 3/3, 3 R, RBI, SB, BB, HR (Game 2) – Flores singled and stole a base in the first, but was caught trying to steal home. He then walked in the fourth and scored on an error. Strangely enough, he singled in the sixth, then scored on three straight balks. After Cubs Blue took a three run lead in the top half of the eighth (which was extra innings due to the double header), the first runner scored on two wild pitches. Flores then did his part with a solo home run, but Red still came up one run short.

Juan Benjamin (Blue, LF): 2/4, 2 R, 3 RBI, 2B (Game 1) – Benjamin first reached in the fifth on an error, but a run scored in the process. He got his next RBI on a sac fly in the sixth, then two more RBI on a double in the seventh. He finished the game with a single and run in the ninth and didn’t play in game two.

Angel Genao (Blue, SS): 3/5, 3 R, 2 RBI, BB (Game 1) – Genao singled in the first, then again in the third. He next reached on an RBI fielder’s choice in the sixth that allowed him to reach third and eventually score. He singled home a run and scored again in the seventh. In the ninth he walked and scored, then he sat out game two.

Lexer Suday (Blue, CF): 4/8, 2 R, 4 RBI, BB (Both games) – Suday singled and scored in his first at bat in game one. He singled home a run in the sixth, then scored later in the inning. He knocked in a run in the seventh on a ground out, then singled home one more in the ninth. Suday didn’t start game two, but came in the second as a defensive replacement and singled in his first at bat in the fourth. He then walked with the bases loaded in the sixth.

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