5/13/2013 1:06 P.M. ET
Royals Minor League report: May 12
By / MLB.com
Omaha Storm Chasers (19-16)
Omaha 14, Colorado Springs 4
WP: Ryan Verdugo (2-2)
SV: Louis Coleman (2)
HR: Chad Tracy (1), Adam Moore (3)
Omaha scored a season-high 14 runs in a rout of Colorado Springs. Every Storm Chaser recorded at least one hit, with eight players driving in a run. David Lough, Xavier Nady, Paulo Orlando and Willy Taveras had three hits apiece. Anthony Seratelli added two hits, an RBI, three runs and two stolen bases, including a steal of home. Verdugo (7 2/3 IP, 6 H, 4 R, 3 ER) picked up the win, with his former LSU teammate Coleman notching the save.
NW Arkansas Naturals (13-21)
Springfield 7, Northwest Arkansas 4
LP: Noel Arguelles (1-6)
HR: Roman Hernandez (1)
Northwest Arkansas lost a road contest, as the Cardinals scored in each of the first four innings. Arguelles allowed six runs on four hits and eight walks over two-plus innings. Former Missouri State hurler Buddy Baumann tossed three scoreless innings in his season debut. Hernandez posted two hits, including a two-run homer in the fourth. Manuel Pina added a single and two RBIs. The Naturals are at Arkansas (Angels) Monday night.
Wilmington Blue Rocks (17-19)
Wilmington 8, Frederick 2
WP: Kyle Smith (2-1)
Wilmington built an early 5-0 lead en route to a third straight win over Frederick. Cheslor Cuthbert doubled three times, driving in two. Justin Trapp added two hits and three RBIs. 2011 fourth-round pick Smith held the Keys to a run on five hits and a walk over six innings. Smith has a 1.93 ERA and 38 strikeouts through 37 1/3 innings. The Blue Rocks can complete a four-game sweep Monday.
Lexington Legends (17-19)
West Virginia 6, Lexington 2
LP: Aroni Nina (0-2)
Lexington settled for a 2-2 series split vs. West Virginia. Starter Nina yielded four runs (two earned) on seven hits and three walks over five innings. Bubba Starling singled home Ethan Chapman for Lexington's first run. Chapman added a run-scoring double in the ninth, finishing 2-for-3.
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