Asheville 5, Rome 2
Big nights for Trevor Story and William Swanner, as both had multi-hit nights. Story went 2-for-4 with two doubles, two runs scored, and an RBI. Swanner hit his 12th home run to go along with a single. Jordan Ribera doubled and tripled while driving in one run.
Alex Gillingham gave up two runs -- one each in the first and fifth innings -- over five innings of work. The bullpen efforts of Rafael Suarez, William Rankin, and Russell Brewer limited Rome to just one hit and zero runs over the final four inning of the game.
Colorado Springs 15, Salt Lake 6
The Sky Sox struck for 10 runs in the first inning, using three doubles by Brendan Harris, D.J. LeMahieu, and Matt McBride to drive in four of them. Every hitter for the Sky Sox picked up at least two hits, but it was Tim Wheeler who went 3-for-6 with two doubles and three RBI. Chad Tracy added a solo shot (7) in the seventh inning. Overall, the team was 11-for-20 with runners in scoring position.
Nick Schmidt allowed all six runs over six innings, allowing three runs in the fourth inning while there were two outs.
Springfield 4, Tulsa 3
The Drillers attempted a comeback in the ninth inning when they were down, 4-3, but they managed only to score one run. Kent Matthes pinch-hit and drove in the run with one out and moved Warren Schaeffer over to second base. However, Mike Mitchell and Jimmy Cesario each hit into a fly out, ending the game.
Nolan Arenado and Warren Schaeffer each committed two errors. Parker Frazier surrendered three runs over 6.1 innings, giving up nine hits, and striking out four. He had a 12-0 GO-FO. He also drove in a run in the bottom of the fifth inning.
Lancaster 2, Modesto 1 (10 innings)
Kurt Yacko entered the game in the bottom of the 10th inning and promptly recorded the first two outs on a lineout to short and a strikeout. However, a walk and a single placed men on the corners. A ball hit to Cristhian Adames at shortstop resulted in a wild throw to first base, allowing the game-winning run to score.
Joey Wong scored the only Nuts run of the game on a solo home run (1) in the seventh inning. Kyle Parker picked up three singles. Christian Bergman gave up his one run on a couple of singles in the fifth inning. He pitched six innings and struck out seven.
Spokane 1, Tri-City 0
A throwing error by Rosell Herrera -- preceded by a single and a sac bunt -- in the third inning scored the only run of the game. Tyler Gagnon went four innings and was charged with the unearned run. Ryan Arrowood struck out four in two innings of work. Outfielder Kyle Von Tungeln picked up the only two Tri-City hits.
DSL Rockies 8, DSL Twins 2
Solid games for first baseman Henry Garcia (2-for-4, 2B, 3 RBI), right fielder Raimel Tapia (2-for-4, 2 RBI, 3 R), and center fielder Marcos Derkes (2-for-4, 2 2B, 2 R). Angel Lezama allowed one run on four hits and two walks while striking out seven.