Colorado Springs, L 1-11
This game was twice delayed by rain. It started 30 minutes late and in the middle of the second inning more rain stopped the game for an hour. Ching-Lung Lo went one inning and allowed a run on two hits and two walks. Matt Wilhite gave up seven runs, and Luis Ayala gave up a run on a homer in three innings. RF Matt Miller drove in the Sky Sox only run of the game in the top of the eighth.
Tulsa, W 5-1
The Drillers scored five runs in the second on a wild pitch, a 3B Warren Schaeffer two-run single, an LF Anthony Jackson RBI ground out, and a CF Charlie Blackmon sac fly. Keith Weiser held Springfield to one run in seven innings.
Modesto, L 7-8
Parker Frazier had trouble with the first two innings by allowing six runs, but he settled down for the next two innings and left the game after the fourth inning. Stephen Dodson pitched the next three innings and gave up one runs. Casey Weathers pitched the eighth, surrendered a hit, walked, one, and struck out one.
3B Ryan Peisel drove in three runs on a single and a two-run double. SS Erik Wetzel and CF Tim Wheeler each had two hits and two runs scored.
Asheville, W 2-1 (7 innings)
In the bottom of the sixth, 2B Angelys Nina hit an RBI triple and then scored on an LF Avery Barnes single. Tyler Matzek allowed a run in four innings, walked two, and struck out five.
Asheville, W 6-3 (8 innings)
3B Nolan Arenado hit a walk-off three-run homer to break the tie and give Asheville it's second win of the night. CF Delta Cleary Jr. hit a two-run homer on the sixth inning, his fifth of the season.
1B Jared Clark will miss the rest of the season with a broken bone in his left wrist.
Tri-City, L 2-4
Joshua Slaats pitched four scoreless innings, allowed two hits, issued three walks, and struck out four. Tyler Trice allowed four runs over the next two innings, three in the sixth. 3B Jayson Langfels committed two fielding errors, one of which allowed some of the runs to be unearned.
Casper had the night off. A double-header is scheduled for today.