Jeremy Johnson threw 8IP, 7H/1ER, 3K:1BB to get his 5th win of the season in a 3-2 win over the Iowa Cubs. Five of the Express' six hits came from 6-7-8 in the order, with Yordany and Spann getting two each and Jeremy Johnson (cliche alert) helping his own cause with an RBI single.
A late inning rally fell short as the Hooks fell 5-4 to Frisco. Mitch Einertson and Felix Molina had two hits each, while Jhon Florentino had a two-run single in the 8th. Brad James went 6IP, 6H/1ER, 4K:2BB and C-Lo got tagged up for his first runs allowed in Double-A with .1IP, 1H/4R (2ER), 0K:3BB in the 7th inning. Ryan McKeller came in for the final five outs, striking out four.
A day after getting whooped 18-2, Lancaster's pitching staff held it together a bit better, but still lost, 6-5, to Stockton. Craig Corrado was 3x4, Jonathan Fixler 2x4, and T.J. Steele hit a 2-run homer in a 4-run third inning. Pitcher Bryan Hallberg went 3.2IP, 9H/6ER, 4K:3BB while Shane Wolf and Fernando Abad threw 4.1 scoreless innings.
Tri-City got a 4-run 6th inning to defeat Vermont, 4-3. Two RBI each from Ben Orloff and Renzo Tello accounted for the scoring. Jeff Hulett was 2x3, as well. And Brian Kemp was 1x3 to lower his Avg to a team-high .346. SP Kyle Godfrey allowed 3ER in 5IP, and Brandt Walker threw 3IP, 1H/0ER, 0K:2BB to get the win.
Greeneville was all over Princeton early and late in a 9-3 win. Jose Altuve was 3x6 in the leadoff spot, Aaron Bray was 2x3 with 2RBI and 2BB, and Ryan Humphrey also had 2H/2RBI (with a triple). Carlos Quevedo got the win with 5IP, 4H/1ER, 2K:0BB.