Justin Grimm had a pretty forgettable 5 IP, 4 H, 2 R, 3 BB, 5 SO start. Casey Coleman was dicey in his scoreless frame, but then Marcus Hatley allowed 4 runs in 0.2 innings. Ick. Marcos Mateo, newly promoted, pitched 1.1 scoreless.
Matt Loosen is back in Tennessee and he had a decent outing. Jeffry Antigua blew the save but received the win, with 2.2 scoreless innings (he allowed one of a bases-loaded inheritance to score). Frank Batista had the save.
Anthony Giansanti played 1B AGAIN. I don't get it. He went 3-4 with a double. Dustin Geiger hit a home run, and Pin-Chieh Chen was 3-3 pinch hitting and playing RF. Chadd Krist had a pair of singles. The Cubs had 12 hits but only sent 2 home.
Ivan Pineyro, a fairly intriguing prospect, went 6 dominant innings, allowing 3 baserunners and striking out 7. Austin Reed blew the save but allowed a run in 2 innings, not awful. Frank of the Valley allowed 2 hits in his frame, but neither scored.
Gioskar Amaya was 2-4 with a double. Albert Almora walked, as did Dan Vogelbach (he also had a hit and 2 runs). Jeimer Candelario had 2 hits, as did Rock Shoulders. They both homered, but Shoulders walked also.
Kris Bryant was 1-4 with a pair of K's. The real damage was a 2-run blast by Yasiel Balaguert, who also had a single and another RBI. Jacob Rogers singled twice and walked. Kevin Encarnacion had a trio of singles.
I'll give you three guesses who started this game.