Triple-A Albuquerque (15-22)
In a game from the future of two desperate major league teams, Jon Lannan and the Isotopes defeated Kevin Correia and the Sacramento River Cats. Lana threw seven innings and gave up four runs on nine hits. Brooks Brown and Tommy Kahnle pitched the remaining two innings. Brown's appearance was part of his rehab assignment.
Matt McBride picked up three hits, including a double, to continue his strong season in Triple-A. Roger Bernadina also hit a home run.
Double-A New Britain (26-9)
Starting pitcher Ryan Carpenter gave up five runs in the first inning, and the Rock Cats were unable to recover. In all Carpenter gave up twelve hits and eight of the nine Portland runs in just 2.1 innings.
There were a couple of offensive bright spots, however. Tommy Murphy continues to hit very well, as he piled up two more hits, one of which was his seventh dinger of the season. David Dahl added a couple of singles, and Mike Tuchman and Trevor story each had one. Outfielder Tyler Massey had four singles.
High-A Modesto (19-7)
The Nuts ultimately lost after training for most of the game. Stockton got after starting pitcher Grahamm Wiest for five runs on six hits in 4.2 innings.
Despite the loss, Nuts batters had a nice day at the plate. Ryan McMahon hit a home run, although he did strike out three time as well. Ramie Tapia had two singles, raising his season line to .349/.381/.548. Additionally, Correlle Prime, Jordan Patterson, and Rosell Herrera each added a double.
Single-A Asheville (14-21)
The Tourists and the Braves were tied at two after five innings, but in the sixth Rome scored three runs to take the lead for good. Each of those runs came off of Yoely Bello. It was an unexciting day from the Asheville bats. Sean Dwyer had two singles and Forrest Wall one. Josh Fuentes added the only extra base hit of the day for the Tourists with a triple.
Triple-A Albuquerque: David Hale
Double-A New Britain: Shane Carle
High-A Modesto: Antonio Senzatela
Single-A Asheville: Ryan Castellani