The Peoria Chiefs (30-27) had a losing 3-4 week, yet still maintain a 2.5 game lead for the Wild Card. Starting pitcher Austin Warner put together his third straight gem, and Leland Tilley has been dominant out of the bullpen. Offensively, Dylan Carlson’s patience allowed him to have a great week at the plate.
After last week’s offensive explosion, the Peoria Chiefs (27-23) took a step backward, posting a 1-4 record. The inability to capitalize with runners in scoring position is what hurt Peoria, stranding 30 runners. The Chiefs need to find their old form in a hurry as they’re currently in the middle of a crucial four game series against first place Quad Cities. Austin Warner has been a great addition to the rotation.
The Peoria Chiefs (25-19) finished 4-3 this week as the offense shouldered most of the load. Peoria broke multiple Midwest League records in their offensive explosion and Stephen Trosclair became just the third Chiefs player to hit for the cycle. Currently atop the Western Division Wild Card standings, the Chiefs are also just four games back of first place.
The Peoria Chiefs (21-16) finished 3-3 for the second straight week as their offense fell flat – even with the addition of Stephen Piscotty on a rehab stint. After early growing pains, outfielders Nick Plummer and Dylan Carlson are starting to take charge.
Coming out on the wrong end of two extra-inning battles spoiled an otherwise successful week for Peoria (18-13). The Chiefs finished their six game road trip 3-3 and remain two games out of first. With the pitching staff plagued by injury, the club has to rely on its offense. Outfielder Nick Plummer is hot for the second consecutive week.
The Peoria Chiefs finished 4-2 this week, picking up series victories over two Eastern Division foes. A solid balance between pitching and offense has the team currently just two games back of first. 2017 draftee Kramer Robertson continues to hit.
The Peoria Chiefs had their ups and downs this week. They swept Beloit at home in a three-game set before dropping three of four over the weekend at Cedar Rapids. Starting pitcher Mike O’Reilly continues to be nearly unhittable.
With the roster continuing to fluctuate, Peoria (7-5) still continued their solid start to the second-half, posting a 3-4 record against Beloit and Kane County. Just one game back of the division lead, the young core demonstrates talent, but is searching for consistency. Eric Carter is shining out of the bullpen.
After the Midwest League All-Star Game, in which Peoria had four representatives, the Chiefs picked up right where they left off, earning a four game sweep over Burlington. Thanks to the 4-0 start to the second half, their best start in 21 years, the Chiefs (4-1) sit atop the Western Division standings.