Oklahoma City (14-17)
Jordan Lyles didn't pitch all that well, but OKC scored the last five runs of the game for a come-from-behind 8-5 win over Omaha to earn the split. Lyles allowed 6H/5ER, 3K:6BB in 5.1IP, throwing just 59 of his 106 pitches for strikes. Ross Wolf, Fernando Rodriguez, and Sergio Escalona allowed 2H/0ER, 4K:2BB in 3.2IP of relief.
Drew Locke hit his 3rd homer of the season in addition to a triple, a stolen base and an outfield assist, and Robinson Cancel added his first homer and a double. Anderson Hernandez (2B), Jason Michaels, and Koby Clemens (2B, SB, 2RBI) had two hits each.
Man of the Match: Drew Locke
Corpus dropped their fifth straight game, losing 5-2 at San Antonio. Xavier Cedeno threw 7IP, 7H/3ER, 7K:2BB in the loss, while Danny Meszaros suddenly looks human again, allowing 3H/2ER in 1IP. Cedeno got 10 groundouts to two flyouts.
The Hooks only got five hits on the night, with two coming from Jon Gaston (RBI). Wladimir Sutil got an RBI double, Jimmy Van Ostrand (2B, BB), and Federico Hernandez added hits. David Flores drew two walks on the night.
Man of the Match: Xavier Cedeno
Lexington took a 2-0 lead, then allowed the next nine runs, and got four back in the 9th, but lost at Kannapolis, 9-6. Carlos Quevedo had an Ugly, allowing 12H/8R (7ER), 2K:0BB, WP, and Ruben Alaniz allowed 5H/1ER, 3K:1BB over the final 4.1IP.
Adam Bailey was 3x3 with two doubles and two walks. Ben Orloff was 2x5 with a stolen base, and Jiovanni Mier (3BB), Mike Kvasnicka (2BB), and Tyler Burnett (2BB) all added walks, as well. The Legends were 2x15 w/RISP.
Man of the Match: Adam Bailey.