Minor League Movers

Angel Guzman continues his rehab, Brian Schlitter finds a home, and the coaching staff adds a player.


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After making two starts for Daytona, the Cubs promoted Angel Guzman to Tennessee in his rehab. Guzman pitched 3 innings last Thursday, giving up a run on a hit and a walk.


Brian Schlitter, the pitcher acquired by the Cubs in the Scott Eyre trade, was sent to Daytona. He hasn't allowed an earned run in 3 innings pitched over two appearances since being acquired. Schlitter took the spot of Adam Harben, who was placed on the D.L. Leo Perez, mentioned as a curiosity in last week's MLM, was deactivated this week and rejoins the Cubs in a coaching role. Perez was a fill in at catcher and was no longer needed with the return of Blake Lalli from the D.L.


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David Cales, a 24th round pick of the Cubs in June, was promoted to Boise this week. Cales, a native Chicagoan and lifelong White Sox fan, struggled with a 5.87 ERA at Arizona before being promoted. But in his 3 innings of work on Saturday, he only gave up one hit and struck out 5. 5th rounder Justin Bristow and 13th rounder Tony Campana were sent back to Arizona. Bristow had a 9.00 ERA in 5 games at Boise and Campana was 0 for 3 in a short stint.

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