Colorado Springs 0, Fresno 0 (Suspended)
Rain forced the suspension of this game until Tuesday. The two teams will complete the game ahead of a seven-inning contest. It will begin in the bottom of the second inning.
Tulsa 9, Arkansas 3
The Drillers found themselves in an early lead with a Mike Mitchell RBI singled and a Warren Schaeffer three-run home run (1) in the second inning. He hit that long ball off Jarrett Grube, one-time Rockies prospect. Ben Paulsen (11) and Nolan Arenado (8) went on to hit home runs later in the game, the latter with a two-run shot.
Brandon Hynick went seven innings (pitching to one batter in the seventh inning) and allowed two runs. A solo home run by Roberto Lopez accounted for one of those runs. Lopez struck again with a solo shot in the ninth off Michael Marbry.
Asheville 9, Lexington 8 (10 innings)
After Russell Brewer blew a two-run lead in the top of the ninth inning with a couple of run-scoring singles, Harold Riggins took care of things in the bottom of the 10th inning with a walkoff home run (16) for the 9-8 victory. Riggins went 2-for-3 with two runs scored, a double, a homer, and two RBI.
Will Swanner picked up his 14th home run of the season and drove in two runs. Samuel Mende was the third member of the two-RBI club on Monday night. Trevor Story doubled and drove in a run.
Idaho Falls 4, Grand Junction 3
Kyle Roliard fell prey to the 13th inning on Monday night. He loaded the bases on two walks and a single without recording an out. He didn't record any outs as he walked in the winning run to end the game.
RF Julian Yan hit his fifth home run, a two-run shot in the fourth inning. 3B Steven Graeter doubled twice and drove in a run. David Dahl collected three singles and scored a run.
Matthew Carasiti drew the start for Grand Junction and allowed two runs in five innings. Brian Rike struck out three and walked one in two innings of work.
DSL Rockies 4, DSL D'Backs 2
2B Miguel Dilone went 3-for-3 with two doubles and a walk while 1B Henry Garcia drove in a run. 3B Wilson Soriano tripled.
18-year-old lefty Helmis Rodriguez threw six shutout innings, allowed four hits, walked two, and struck out eight.