Bradley notches third Double-A win

D-backs prospect allows one run, five hits over six innings

By Staff | May 18, 2013 10:34 PM ET

D-backs No. 2 prospect Archie Bradley remained unbeaten this season, allowing a run on five hits over six innings Saturday as Mobile shut down Pensacola, 4-1.

After going 2-0 with a 1.26 ERA in five starts in the hitter-friendly California League, Bradley is 3-0 with a 0.90 ERA in four starts for the BayBears.

Nick Evans hit his fourth home run in five games for Mobile, while Justin Greene doubled twice and Jon Griffin went 3-for-4.

Luis Durango and Mike Gilmartin each had two hits for the Blue Wahoos.


Cubs No. 10 prospect Matt Szczur went 3-for-5 with a double, an RBI and a run scored to lead Tennessee to a 7-5 triumph over Chattanooga.

Arismendy Alcantara, the Cubs' No. 20 prospect, homered, doubled twice and drove in two runs for the Smokies, who got six solid innings from Dallas Beeler.

Dodgers prospects Joc Pederson and Yasiel Puig continued their hot hitting for the Lookouts. Pederson (No. 3) singled, walked and scored twice, while Puig (No. 1) doubled for the third straight game and singled. Mark Ellis scored a run and fellow rehabber Scott Elbert allowed a run on two hits in one inning for Chattanooga.


C.J. Cron and Randal Grichuk, the Angels' No. 3 and No. 7 prospects, respectively, doubled for Arkansas in a 7-0 setback to Springfield. Cron ranks fifth in the Texas League with 12 doubles, while Grichuk has four in his last three games.

Tim Cooney improved to 2-0 for the Cardinals after allowing five hits and striking out seven over six innings.

Xavier Scruggs homered and drove in five runs for Springfield, while Mike O'Neil went 4-for-5 and fell a homer shy of the cycle.


Ariel Pena carried a shutout into the seventh inning as Huntsville beat Montgomery, 6-1, to complete a sweep of its doubleheader. The Brewers' No. 17 prospect was charged with an unearned run on three hits while fanning seven over 6 1/3 frames to improve to 3-3.

Brewers No. 19 prospect Kentrail Davis homered, singled and scored twice in support of Pena. He also walked twice and scored a run in the opener, a 7-5 victory.

Jimmy Nelson, Milwaukee's eighth-ranked prospect, got the win in Game 1, despite giving up five runs on six hits and three walks over 5 1/3 innings. Jason Rogers and Rene Tosoni homered in the opener.

Mayo Acosta homered and singled for the Biscuits in the first game.

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