Category Archives: South Bend Silver Hawks

Darvish makes rehab start for South Bend Cubs

Chicago Cubs pitcher Yu Darvish looked sharp in his rehab start for the South Bend Cubs on Monday, but the West Michigan Whitecaps rallied for three runs in the 8th inning to win 4-2. In five innings, Darvish gave up … Continue reading

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Marshall is hero in 10-inning MWL All-Star contest

The Midwest League All-Star Game lasted 10 innings, with Dayton Dragons first baseman Montrell Marshall driving in the winning run with two outs in the final frame. It’s a good thing he did, too, because otherwise the game would’ve been … Continue reading

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Peoria’s Balestrieri no-hits Kane County

One night after two South Bend Cubs pitchers combined to no-hit the Fort Wayne TinCaps, Peoria Chiefs right-hander Paul Balestrieri pitched a solo no-no against the Kane County Cougars. The Chiefs won the Thursday night game 8-0, with four of … Continue reading

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South Bend’s series sweep highlighted by no-hitter

The South Bend Cubs swept the Fort Wayne TinCaps in their three-game, Tuesday-to-Thursday series pitting the Midwest League’s two Indiana teams against each other. The highlight was the middle contest, in which South Bend’s Rollie Lacy and Ben Hecht combined … Continue reading

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Midwest League All-Star Game rosters announced

The rosters for this year’s Midwest League All-Star Game were announced Wednesday. The Peoria Chiefs and the Bowling Green Hot Rods have the most All-Star players, with six from each team. The Chiefs have the most starters (three). The game … Continue reading

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