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Iowa Falls Short in New Orleans

April 19, 2019 - Pacific Coast League (PCL) - Iowa Cubs News Release

METAIRIE, LA - The Iowa Cubs (8-6) hit a season-best three home runs but it wasn't enough to out-do New Orleans (7-7). The Baby Cakes came away with an 8-5 victory, Thursday at Shrine on Airline.

New Orleans got out to a 1-0 lead in the second, before Zach Borenstein helped Iowa even the score with a solo home run in the fourth, his first of the season. The Baby Cakes responded in a big way with a four-run fourth inning, getting two-run home runs from Jon Berti and Bryan Holaday.

Iowa's offense was dormant until the seventh when Wynton Bernard set the tone with leadoff double. Donnie Dewees followed with a walk and Dixon Machado pulled the I-Cubs within one with a three-run blast to left.

The Baby Cakes responded immediately with their own three-spot in the bottom of the frame. New Orleans loaded the bags with no outs on a single and two walks. The home team plated one run on a wild pitch from Alberto Baldonado and another pair on a Matt Snyder two-RBI single.

Dewees didn't let the I-Cubs go quietly as he struck a leadoff homer in the ninth, but it was too little too late as New Orleans closed out the game and secured the 2-1 series victory.

Postgame Notes:

- Matt Swarmer (1-2, 6.00) allowed five runs, four earned, on nine hits and two walks through 6.0 frames while fanning seven.

- Swarmer roped a double in the fifth for his second professional hit. He is 2-for-3 on the season.

- Jim Adduci went 2-for-4, recording his first multi-hit game of 2019.

Iowa starts a four-game set in Oklahoma City tomorrow at 7:05 p.m. Follow the action at www.iowacubs.com, AM 940 or MiLB.TV.


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