Oklahoma City (17-22)
OKC was held to five hits and no runs in a 3-0 loss to Salt Lake. Doug Arguello gave up 6H/3ER, 3K:4BB in 4IP for the loss. Henry Villar walked three in 2IP, Wesley Wright gave up two hits in 2IP, and Gustavo Chacin allowed 1H/0ER, 1K:1BB, WP, in 1IP.
Of the five hits the RedHawks got, Jeff Keppinger got three of them, with Robinson Cancel and Tommy Manzella getting the others. Drew Locke was 0x4, but had an outfield assist.
Man of the Match: Jeff Keppinger
Despite San Antonio only getting one more hit (11) than Corpus (10), it was an 8-1 win for the Missions. Ross Seaton allowed 6H/6ER, 2K:3BB, 2HR in 4IP. Matt Nevarez gave up 2H/1ER, 3K:1BB in 2.1IP, and Shane Wolf allowed 3H/1ER, 2K:0BB in 2.2IP.
T.J. Steele, Brandon Wikoff (2B), Jimmy Paredes (RBI), and Jimmy Van Ostrand had two hits each as your 1-4 hitters. 5-6-7-8 went for a combined 1x16 with 9Ks.
Man of the Match: Jimmy Paredes
The bullpen thwarted the rally the JetHawks' offense had going in a 9-8 loss to High Desert. Down 6-0, Lancaster scored the next seven runs, but allowed three in the final two innings for the loss. Jake Buchanan allowed 9H/6R (5ER), 5K:3BB in 4IP. Colton Pitkin threw three scoreless innings, with 3K:1BB; Yordany Ramirez took the BS/L with 1H/2ER, 0K:2BB, 1HR in 1.1IP, and Kirk Clark allowed 2H/1ER, 1K:1BB, giving Ramirez the loss.
The JetHawks got themselves 18 hits: Jonathan Meyer was 4x4 with a double, walk, and RBI; Miguel Arrendell was 3x4 with a homer and 2RBI, while Jay Austin, Kody Hinze (2B, 2BB), Austin Wates, Erik Castro (2B), and Grant Hogue (2B, 3RBI) had two hits each.
Man of the Match: Jonathan Meyer
Postponed, and will play a double-header on Wednesday.