Colorado Springs, L 5-12: Ryan Spilborghs is 12 for his last 20 at-bats after going 0-for-3 on 9 May as he had three more last night. Koshansky, Stewart, Colina and Spilly drove in the runs last night. Bobby Keppel allowed seven runs in three innings and Jentry Beckstead four in two.
Tulsa, W 2-1: A Christian Colonel RBI single in the first and an Aaron Rifkin RBI single in the third was all the offense the Drillers needed for this victory. Jonathan Herrera had a single and a double in those innings and scored both runs.
Matt Daley made another start and did just as well as the last time. He allowed one run in three innings. Judd Songster came in for the next three and allowed only one hit. Maybe the most encouraging line of the night was put up by Juan Morillo: 2 IP, 3 H, 3 K. Steven Register picked up his 13th save.
Modesto, L 0-1: Chaz Roe pitched a three-hit, complete game and all he got for it was a loss. He struck out seven and walked only one. The one run he allowed was unearned and that came in the sixth inning after Philip Cuadrado committed a throwing error. Fowler, Nelson and Carte each had a hit and Nelson also walked twice.
Asheville, W 7-1: Daniel Mayora had a great night as he went 3-for-3 with a double and an RBI. In the first inning, Anthony Jackson stole his twelfth base and then moved to third on a passed ball (he also walked three times). Mayora then singled in Jackson on a fly ball to center field. In the 4th, Michael McKenry drove in Daniel Mayora, who had doubled to start the inning. Geoff Strickland had a solo shot in the second and drove in one run in the sixth and the seventh.
In eight starts this season, Keith Weiser has recorded a win in seven of them. He allowed six hits in six innings and saw only one run cross home plate. He struck out three. Ethan Katz and Tommy Baumgardner pitched three effective innings of relief to end the game by allowing no runs on three hits.
Jason McGill has more on Weiser and how Daniel Mayora's been pacing the Tourists' offense.