Colorado Springs, L 2-4: Edwin Bellorin and Sean Barker both had doubles, but that was pretty much the entire offense. Josh Hall, signed to take Reynolds' spot in the rotation, allowed three runs over six innings, walked three, and struck out five.
Tulsa, L 5-6: Dexter Fowlet fell a home run short of the cycle. He now has 27 doubles and eight triples on the season. But it was the bottom of the order that drove in the runs. Daniel Carte (two hits), Corey Wimberly, Justin Nelson, and Rick Guarno each drove in a run. Wimberly stole his 49th base and Rick Gurano committed three errors.
Ching-Lung Lo allowed six runs (three earned) in seven innings. He allowed four of the six runs on two homers. Casey Weathers used eight pitches, seven of which were strikes, to strike out two batters and induce a ground out.
Modesto, L 3-6 : Jhoulys Chacin left the game with the bases loaded in the fifth inning and saw Brandon Durden allow all the runners to score. Chacin wound up pitching 4 1/3 innings, allowing three runs, walking three, and striking out four. Chacin would have attempted to get out of the jam himself if he wasn't on his 75-pitch count/five-inning limit. Andy Graham and Will Harris did not allow any more runs over 1 2/3 innings, but Jonathan George, making his first appearance for Tulsa since being sent down, allowed two more runs.
Victor Ferrante's ninth homer scored both runs for Modesto.
Asheville, L 2-5: Robinson Fabian allowed five runs over the first three innings of the game, and those runs were the only ones scored by Savannah. Joey Williamson, Craig Rodriguez, and Randall Taylor combined to allow two hits over the final five frames. Williamson and Taylor each struck out three.
Everth Cabrera and Mike Mitchell drove in the runs, with Cabrera having a double.
Tri-City, W 5-3: Kane Simmons started the fifth inning with his first homer for Tri-City since being promoted here a few days ago. Chris Vasami had an RBI double later that inning and then scored after two wild pitches. In the seventh, Vasami then had a two RBI single to extend the lead to 5-0.
Jonnathan Aristil held Vancouver to three hits in six innings, walking three and striking out four. After Sean Jarrett's inning of clean relief, Tyler Trice allowed three runs (none earned) in an inning that saw three errors. Austin Chambliss pitched the final 1 1/3 innings, struck out three, and picked up his ninth save.
Casper, L 6-13: Kiel Roling had a big night, going 4-for-5 with two doubles and two RBI. Zack Murry had two hits and an RBI, while Tyler Massey picked up his first double, first RBI, and his first three strikeouts. James Sims swiped his 10th base.
Jeff Fischer lasted only 2 2/3 innings, allowed nine runs (seven earned) on seven hits and two walks. He also struck out five. Brandon Walker allowed two runs on one hit and three walks in an inning of work. Ronny Lopez struck out five in two innings of relief.