All posts by Satchel Perlowski

A native of Des Moines, Iowa, Satchel Perlowski is a sophomore majoring in sports communication and minoring in journalism at Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois. Satchel dreams of writing for a Major League Baseball team and is covering the Class A Peoria Chiefs this year.

Peoria Chiefs Notebook – 2019 Week 7

The Peoria Chiefs finished 3-5 last week for an overall record of 19-23 and dropped to sixth place in the Western Division. Brady Whalen and Nolan Gorman carried the offensive load but pitching emerged as an issue once again.

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Peoria Chiefs Notebook – 2019 Week 6

The Peoria Chiefs finished 3-3 for the week. Their overall record of 16-18 has them in fifth place in the Western Division. Tommy Parsons, now promoted to the Palm Beach Cardinals, was named Midwest League Player of the Month for his fantastic April efforts.

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Peoria Chiefs Notebook – 2019 Week 5

Last week, the Peoria Chiefs finished 5-2 for an overall record of 13-15 for fifth place in the Western Division, up three spots from last week. Wadye Ynfante and Brandon Riley put together long hitting streaks and Carlos Martinez came to town to pitch in rehab.

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Peoria Chiefs Notebook – 2019 Week 4

In the fourth week of Peoria Chiefs baseball, the Chiefs fought the weather and their opponents. They finished 2-2 for an overall record of 8-13, keeping them last in the Western Division. The offense leads the division in home runs (22) and is second in OPS (.739), but slowed in two early-week losses. Brady Whalen is showing his power.

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Peoria Chiefs Notebook – 2019 Week 3

In the third week of Peoria Chiefs baseball, the team finished 2-4 for an overall record of 6-11 and last place in the Western Division. The offense tops the division in home runs (16), with Nolan Gorman and Lars Nootbaar leading the way with four each.

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