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Colorado Springs: Carlos Rivera reached on an error that scored Sean Barker and gave the game to the Sky Sox, 8-7. Kaz Matsui hit a two-run home run (his first of the season) and collected three RBI, while Jeff Salazar had a solo home run and two RBI. Mike Esposito allowed five runs in five innings and received a no-decision.

Tulsa: The Drillers came out on the winning end of this high-scoring affair, 10-8. Joe Koshansky added three more RBI to his total for ninety-six on the season. Ian Stewart had two RBI (60), while Smith, Gaetti, Thigpen and Bernier each knocked one in. Even more important, the team combined for eleven walks with the two through five hitters each having two. Jim Miller notched his fifth save.

Modesto: Nick Adenhart struck out ten Nuts in Rancho Cucamango's 5-2 win. Justin Nelson drove in his sixty-third RBI and Corey Wimberly stole his thrty-seventh base. Samuel Deduno did not factor into the decision after pitching six innings, walking seven and striking out eight.

Asheville: Alan Johnson fell to 10-5 on the season after Delmarva won 8-6. Johnson allowed seven runs on ten hits in five innings. Pedro Strop made his debut by walking two and striking out one in one inning. Cole Garner hit his fourteenth home run and Dexter Fowler his sixth. Chris Nelson had two RBI to go along with Fowler's two. Eric Young's stolen base rose to seventy-three after he stole two more last night.

Tri-City: The Dust Devils scored three in the bottom of the ninth to send the game into extra innings, but Everett scored in the top of the  eleventh to win 6-5. Geoff Strickland had two RBI, while Jackson, Kindel and Berglund each had one. Andrew Kreidermacher allowed five runs in six and one-third innings. Thomas Baumgardner pitched one and two-thirds innings and struck out two, while Ethan Katz struck out four despite taking the loss.

Casper: Ronny Lopez continues to have a rough go in the Pioneer League after pitching three and one third innings and allowing five runs on nine hits. He struck out three and walked none in Orem's 9-2 win. Both runs for Casper scored as a result of back-to-back errors. Hector Gomez had two hits in five ABs.