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Daily Farm Report - 6/8/13

A daily recap of the minor league players in the Cardinals' farm system.

The sunsetting over Busch Stadium
The sunsetting over Busch Stadium
Dilip Vishwanat

The two higher affiliates lose as the lower two affiliates win with the system going 2-2 W-L overall on the night. Oscar Taveras returns to the line for the first time in almost four weeks. Tim Cooney kept his team in the game by giving them a quality start but nothing to show up for but a loss.

Memphis 1, Nashville 7

Oscar Taveras was 1-4 with a double. Nice to see his presence is back.

Jermaine Curtis was 2-3 with a double and walk.

Rob Johnson hit a solo shot counting for Memphis only score of the game.

Mitchell Boggs gave up 3 earned runs and walked 3 in 4 innings pitched. Boggs couldn't manage to strikeout a batter.

Nick Addition went 4 1/3 piggybacking gave up 6 hits on 4 earned walked 6 and struck out 5.

Springfield 0, Tulsa 3

Xavier Scruggs was 1-3 with a double.

Tim Cooney pitched 6 solid innings gave up 10 hits on 3 earned runs didn't walk a batter and struck out 5 while inducing 10 groundouts.

Palm Beach 6, Charlotte 2

Palm Beach was trailing 2-1 in the 8th before putting 4 runs in the 8th and 1 run in the 9th to secure the win.

Colin Walsh was 2-5 with 2 doubles.

Alex Mejia was 3-5 with an RBI single.

David Popkins was 3-5 with a 2-run RBI double.

Anthony Garcia walked twice and struck out three times.

Danny Stientstra and Juan Castillo both hit RBI singles.

Corey Baker was impressive in his second start of the season went 6 solid innings gave up 3 hits on 2 earned he walked 3 and struck out 1.

Danny Miranda struck out 3 in two innings converting his first save of the season.

Peoria 1, Quad Cities 0

Pretty interesting ending to the Peoria game. They won on a walk-off wild pitch that scored Jacob Wilson.

Breyvic Valera continues to hit as he doubled.

Jacob Wilson was 1-2 with 2 walks and scored the winning run.

Patrick Wisdom doubled.

Joe Cuda pitched 7 shutout innings he struck out 8 while doing so.

Samuel Tuivailala retired two batters one of them he was a strikeout and that was against last years 1st overall draft pick Carlos Correa.

Joe Donofrio struck out 3 in 1 1/3 of an inning scoreless.