St. Paul Gives Goldeneyes Black Eye in 16-9 Rout

Eight of the nine St. Paul hitters collected a knock, with all eight enjoying a multi-hit game, eight of nine having an RBI, and eight of nine scoring a run.

Power Surge Propells Saints to 14-3 Win Over Sioux Falls

Long balls by first baseman John Silviano, outfielder Sebastian Zawada (a two-run shot), and catcher Chris Chinea three-run bomb accounted for six of the 14 Saints' runs.

Miami Nice: Saints Add Pop, Solid Arm Behind Dish in Catcher Chris Chinea

St. Louis selected Chinea in the 17th round of the 2015 MLB First-Year Player Draft out of LSU and spent all but the final two games of that season at the Rookie Level with Johnson City. He hit .313 with six home runs and 27 RBI in 44 contests. In 160 at bats he scored 19 runs, had 11 doubles, one triple, a .356 on base percentage, and a .506 slugging percentage for an .863 OPS.