DES MOINES, Iowa — All 10 Salt Lake batters that came to the plate had at least one hit each, and the Bees rallied for an 11-8 win over the Iowa Cubs on Tuesday night.

The Bees trailed 7-5 going into the seventh inning, but Kendry Morales belted a two-run homer to tie the game.

Brandon Wood followed with a single and Dee Brown put Salt Lake in front with another two-run blast.

Brad Coon, who was activated off the disabled list on Tuesday, added some insurance with a two-run triple in the ninth.

Iowa loaded the bases with two out in the bottom of the ninth and Jason Dubois singled in a run to make it 11-8, but Jason Bulger got Matt Craig to fly out to end the game.

Henry Bonilla (5-2) tossed two scoreless innings of relief for the win and Bulger recorded his 14th save despite allowing his first run since May 8.

Brown led Salt Lake with two hits and RBIs, while Morales added three hits and three RBIs. Coon and Tim Duff each drove in two runs for the Bees, who have now won five of the first seven games on their midwestern road trip.

To make room for Coon, the parent Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim reassigned infielder Adam Morrissey to double-A Arkansas.

Coon, 25, was placed on the disabled list on June 10 with a right finger fracture. He had appeared in 58 games for the Bees this season, hitting .306 with seven doubles, one triple, two home runs.