Sky Sox starter Pedro Hernandez allowed four runs on six hits in 4 2/3 innings, walking five and striking out five, leaving the game in the fifth with Colorado Springs in a 4-1 hole it could not climb out of. The Sky Sox did try to mount a comeback in the eighth when shortstop Cristhian Adames (No 16. PuRP) scored on Matt McBride's single to cut the deficit to 4-2, but that was all they could muster. Juan Nicasio also threw two innings of scoreless relief for Colorado Springs, allowing just one hit and striking out three.
Lefty Tyler Anderson (No. 11 PuRP) threw six shutout innings, allowing just three hits and a walk while striking out eight, but was let down by his offense and bullpen in the Drillers' 2-1 loss. Tulsa scored its lone run in the seventh when Jayson Langfels drove in Tyler Massey with a single to take a 1-0 lead. However, Arkansas tied the game with a run in the eighth, sending the contest to extra innings. Neither team scored in the 10th, but the Travelers walked off in the bottom of the 11th when Jett Bandy's double against Kraig Sitton scored Matt Long to give Arkansas the 2-1 win.
David Dahl (No. 2 PuRP) led off, played center field and went 0-for-4 in his Modesto debut with an outfield assist in the Nuts' 6-3 loss to Inland Empire. Jayson Aquino (No. 21 PuRP) allowed six runs, five earned, on eight hits in 7 innings to take his eighth loss of the season.
Asheville first baseman Correlle Prime (No. 23 PuRP) went 4-for-5 with two doubles and a home run and center fielder Raimel Tapia (No. 5 PuRP) added three hits, but it was not enough as the Tourists dropped a 9-8 decision to Greensboro in 10 innings. All five Asheville pitchers that took the mound allowed at least one run, with the final blow coming on Carlos Lopez's 10th inning single against Tourists reliever Dylan Stamey.
Helmis Rodriguez (No. 27 PuRP) pitched seven strong innings, allowing just two runs, one earned on six hits with a walk and three strikeouts. However, he was outdone by the combined efforts of four Eugene pitchers who combined to shut out the Dust Devils on three singles, none of which came after the second inning.
The Rockies scored at least one run in each of the first seven innings and had 17 hits, 15 of them singles, in a 13-2 blowout of Ogden. Right fielder Yonathan Daza had four of the Rockies hits, all singles, and drove in three runs and each Grand Junction starter had at least one hit. Rockies starter Harrison Musgrave tossed five shutout innings in the win.
A three-run double in the top of the eighth from shortstop Jose Lopez put the Rockies in the lead for good as they came from behind for a 6-5 win over the Cardinals. Lopez would score later in the inning to put the Rockies up 6-4 with six outs between them and a win. The Cardinals got a run back in the bottom of the eighth, but reliever Kelvin Franco shut the door for his first save.