Midland 9, Tulsa 0
It just wasn't Parker Frazier's night on Monday. He allowed nine runs in three innings of work, six in the first and three in the third. He saw the first six batters he faced reach base on two singles, two doubles, a Nolan Arenado error, and a triple. That accounted for the first five runs while a sacrifice fly followed for the sixth run.
Bakersfield 7, Modesto 6
Tyler Matzek and the Nuts bullpen failed to keep a 6-2 lead after the start of the fifth inning. Matzek dodged bullets during the first four innings when he walked seven of his eight batters, allowing two runs over that period. However, the fifth inning began with Matzek's eighth walk followed by three straight singles. Two runs scored to narrow the lead to 6-4 and gave way to an exit for Matzek without an out recorded.
Chad Rose ran into troubles in the seventh inning as a result of, you guesses it, walks. He put two men on by issuing the free pass and they came around to score on Devin Lohman's three-run home run.
Corey Dickerson went 3-for-4 with a double and two RBI. Timothy Smalling picked up two doubles, scored three times, and drove in one run.walked twice and singled.
Tucson 3, Colorado Springs 1
The Sky Sox scored their one run in this game on an eighth-inning wild pitch that put Tim Wheeler -- who reached on a single to start the frame -- across home plate. Wheeler went 2-for-4 while Chad Tracy also went 2-for-4.
DSL Cubs 8, DSL Rockies 5
Angel Lezama allowed five runs in 4.1 innings, but just two were earned as a couple of errors. Carlos Yan allowed two runs in the bottom of the eighth inning, but a 2B Miguel Dilone error caused those runs to be unearned.
Dilone hit a double and drove in a run. 1Band DH Jonathan Roble combined for three hits and drove in three runs.