Oklahoma City (34-47)
Memphis took a 2-0 lead in the 2nd, and while the RedHawks cut it to 2-1 in the 7th, Memphis went on to win 3-1. Nelson Figueroa lasted 1.2IP, 3H/2ER, 1K:2BB and got ejected (along with manager Tony DeFrancesco in the 2nd), where the bullpen took over. A bullpen of Danny Meszaros (3.1IP), Casey Fien (1IP), Ross Wolf (1IP), and Fernando Rodriguez (1IP) combined to allowed 5H/1ER, 5K:3BB in the final 6.1IP.
OKC was held to four hits, and came courtesy of Drew Locke, Oswaldo Navarro (BB), Brandon Barnes, and Koby Clemens - who hit his 9th homer of the season.
Man of the Match: The bullpen.
Tulsa enjoyed a three-run 6th to go on for a 4-3 win over Corpus. Jonnathan Aristil had a Mr. Hyde game, allowing just 2H/1R (0ER), 4K:0BB in 5IP while Pat Urckfitz allowed 1H/3ER, 0K:3BB, getting the BS/L in 0.2IP. Kyle Greenwalt got the final out of the 6th. Arcenio Leon and Blake King had scoreless innings.
Johnathan Villar and J.D. Martinez (2B, BB, RBI) had two hits each, and Chris Wallace and Jake Goebbert added a hit, walk, and RBI each.
Man of the Match: J.D. Martinez
High Desert jumped out to an 8-0 lead by the middle of the 4th, and though the JetHawks scored in five different innings, they lost 10-6. Errors marred starter Zach Grimmett's performance, allowing 8H/8R (2ER), 5K:1BB, 2HR in 3.2IP. Wander Alvino walked three batters in 0.2IP; Shane Wolf allowed 5H/2ER, 4K:0BB in 4.1IP and Kirk Clark got the final out of the game.
Austin Wates was 4x5 with two doubles and an RBI, and Jay Austin (BB, 2RBI), Jose Carlos Thompson, Rene Garcia (2B, HR, BB, 2RBI, E), and Andy Simunic (3B, BB) had two hits each.
Man of the Match: Austin Wates
West Virginia scored the tying run in the bottom of the 9th, and got the walk-off in the bottom of the 14th for a 5-4 win over Lexington. Carlos Quevedo threw 7IP, 9H/3ER, 2K:0BB; Jason Chowning allowed 2H/1ER - the ER coming on a game-tying homer with two outs in the bottom of the 9th - 3K:0BB; Gabe Garcia allowed 3H in 4.1IP and was charged with the loss when Murilo Gouvea intentionally walked a batter, and gave up the walk-off single.
Delino DeShields (SB), Enrique Hernandez (two doubles, RBI), Telvin Nash (SB, RBI), Jhonny Medrano (BB) and Ben Orloff (SB, BB) had two hits each.
Man of the Match: Gabe Garcia
A six-run 3rd put the game further out of reach for an 8-0 Lowell win over Tri-City. Euris Quezada lasted 2IP, allowing 4H/5ER, 2WP; Mitchell Lambson allowed 2H/2ER (and three runs charged to Quezada), 0K:1BB, WP; Adam Champion threw 3IP, 4H/0ER, 3K:0BB, and Ebert Rosario allowed 2H/1ER, 2K:1BB in 2IP.
Miles Hamblin and Zach Johnson had two hits each, while Justin Gominsky, John Hinson, and Ryan McCurdy added your other three hits.
Man of the Match: Adam Champion
Crazy one in Danville, as the Gastros had a 6-4 lead going into the bottom of the 8th, where Danville put up seven runs. Greeneville got four back in the top of the 9th but ultimately fell short in an 11-10 loss. Tyson Perez allowed 4H/1ER, 2K:1BB in the start; Mark Jones allowed 4H/3R (2ER) in 0.1IP; Jeremiah Meiners got two nice outs; Brad Propst took the loss with 3H/3ER, 3K:0BB in 2.1IP; Scott Zuloaga took the loss, walking both batters he faced and Paris Shewey allowed three inherited runners to score, as well as two of his own, with 3H/2ER, 1K:0BB in 0.2IP.
Jordan Scott (2B, 2BB, RBI), Chase Davidson (2B, BB, 3RBI), Darwin Rivera (2B, RBI), and Jose Monzon (2RBI) had two hits each. Jorge Sosa (2B, BB) and Ernesto Genoves (BB) added RBIs.
Man of the Match: Jordan Scott
GCL Astros (3-6)
The GCL Marlins put up a four-spot in the 6th and beat the GCL Astros 4-1. Enderson Franco allowed 2H/2ER, 3K:2BB in 5IP while Zach Hardoin allowed the runs charged to Franco, and Justin Gill gave up the two runs charged to Hardoin in 1.2IP and Blake Ford struck out two of the three batters he faced.
The Astros got four hits on the night: courtesy of Justin Shults (BB), Chris Epps (SB, outfield assist), Kevin Gonzalez, and Luca Martone (2B). Kyle Redinger was 0x1, but drew two walks, and Javaris Reynolds had a walk and an RBI.
Man of the Match: Chris Epps