G1: Double-header due to Wednesday's rainout, so each game was seven innings, and the Iowa Cubs scored two in the top of the 7th for the 4-3 win. Andy Van Hekken threw a "complete game:" 7IP, 6H/4ER, 2K:0BB. Brian Bogusevic and Michael Garciaparra had two hits each, while it was Bogusevic, Johnson, and Locke with the RBIs.
Man of the Match: Brian Bogusevic
G2: And it's a split! Round Rock jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first and held on for a 5-3 win. Shane Loux threw 5IP, 4H/3ER, 5K:0BB, while Bazardo and Corcoran threw two scoreless innings in relief. Chris Johnson hit his 6th homer of the year - that's where those three runs came from in the first - and Oswaldo Navarro added his own homer in the 2nd inning.
Man of the Match: Chris Johnson
Corpus was all over Springfield in an 8-1 win. Tyler Lumsden - who is really coming on - threw a complete game, with 9IP, 6H/1ER, 1K:1BB. Koby Clemens and Wladimir Sutil had three hits each - with Clemens adding two walks, while Jhon Florentino added two hits and two RBI, as well.
Man of the Match: Koby Clemens, though Lumsden is deserving.
Hm. Lancaster got jumped, losing 8-0 at Rancho Cucamonga. Brad Dydalewicz threw 0.2IP, 3H/3ER. Pat Urckfitz threw 4IP in relief, allowing 5H/1ER, 1K:1BB. Ashton Mowdy allowed 4ER on 4H/2BB and Kyle Godfrey/Mike Schurz closed out the final two innings with no runs allowed. The JetHawks only got five hits all night, two of those from Ebert Rosario (Contreras, Wikoff, and Flores with your other three).
Man of the Match: David Flores
Lexington and West Virginia were tied up 1-1 heading into the 8th inning when Our Boy Aaron Bray broke it with an RBI double, and Grant Hogue knocked in Bray. West Virginia got one back in the top of the 9th, but the Legends win 3-2. Juan Minaya threw 6IP, 2H/1ER, 7K:1BB, while Wander Alvino got the blown save and the win. Kirk Clark recorded his 10th save of the season. J.D. Martinez was 3x4 with two doubles, while Jake Goebbert and Aaron Bray were 2x4 each.
Man of the Match: Aaron Bray