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Farm Report: Feliz Jorge throws one-run complete game

A recap of the Twins' minor league affiliates' results from September 5th, 2016.

A curious horse investigates the ear of a passing Photo by Ross Setford/Getty Images

AAA: Lehigh Valley IronPigs 7, Rochester Red Wings 0

In one last effort to show we suck, the Red Wings got shutout by the IronPigs in their final game yesterday. I’m sorry to say it was SP David Hurlbut who gave up all seven earned runs yesterday, on 12 hits but impressively zero runs.

All the Red Wings batters had their ass-bats.

Smell you later, triple-A.

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AA: Chattanooga Lookouts 2, Jackson Generals 1

SP Felix Jorge dominated this game against the generals, throwing 9 innings with only one earned run. The Generals did score that one run in the bottom of the first inning, so it looked bad, just Jorge killed it!

SS Niko Goodrum tied it up with a solo-shot in the 6th inning. 1B D.J. Hicks hit the winning RBI in the 8th.

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Low A: Cedar Rapids Kernels 12, Clinton LumberKings 2

DH Zander Wiel hit two home runs—including a grand slam in the 7th—and RF Jaylin Davis added one dong of his own as the Kernels chopped the LumberJacks 12-2.

With the grand salami and all, Wiel accounted for seven of the Kernels RBI in the game. Davis accounted for two of the other RBI, and 2B Manuel Guzman accounted for the one others.

Now if you’re saying, “Hey, myjah. 7+2+1 only equals 10!” I will tell you why yes, the LumberKings also committed three errors, and those things actually matter, you know.

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Rookie: Johnson City Cardinals 8, Elizabethton Twins 6

Well, SP Clark Beeker—which is a hell of a name—only made id 4 innings for the baby Twins, giving up four earned runs on eleven hits. The game was actually tied when the Twins removed him, but then they put in RP Austin Tribby, who gave up three more runs and basically the win.

1B Lewin Diaz went 4-for-5 with a home run and two doubles for the baby Twins, which was by far the most exciting thing to have happened.

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