Oklahoma City (5-4)
The RedHawks scored the last six runs of the game, but it wasn't enough to overcome the eight runs Memphis put up in the 2nd and 3rd, and the RedHawks lose 8-7. Jose Cisnero got the Disaster Start, with 7H/8ER, 2K:4BB, WP, HBP in 2.2IP. Good news is that Kevin Chapman (2.1IP, 1H/0ER, 2K:0BB) and Rudy Owens (4IP, 3H/0ER, 7K:1BB) stopped the bleeding.
Jake Elmore and Brandon Laird (2B, HR, 2RBI) had two hits each; Marc Krauss hit his 3rd homer of the season. Jimmy Paredes had an RBI double.
Man of the Match: Rudy Owens
Springfield got out to an early 2-0 lead, but Corpus rallied for a 3-2 win. Jake Buchanan got his first win of the season, going 5IP, 4H/2ER, 2K:1BB (47 of his 70 pitches for strikes). Carlos Quevedo struck out four in 2.2IP, Alex Sogard inherited two runners from Quevedo and struck out the last batter of the 8th to get out of the jam. Jason Stoffel allowed two hits in the 9th, but recorded his third save of the season.
Most of the damage came in the bottom half of the order as Austin Wates, Jio Mier (1x3, BB), George Springer and Michael Burgess (BB) were a combined 1x13 with 2BB. Domingo Santana, Carlos Perez (2B, 2RBI), and Erik Castro each had two hits. Wates, Mier, and Santana all stole bases, as well, whie Wates and Castro were thrown out stealing.
Man of the Match: Carlos Perez
The JetHawks had a 3-0 lead heading into the 6th, but dropped back-to-back games for the first time this season to Modesto, 6-4. Mike Foltynewicz bounced back with a strong start, going 5IP, 3H/0ER, 5K:0BB (WP, Balk). Alex Gillingham got the Ugly, going 1.1IP and allowing 5H/5ER, 1K:0BB and a HBP. Jonas Dufek allowed two of those runs on 2H/1ER, 1K:1BB, HR.
Delino DeShields, Zach Johnson (3B, RBI), Tyler Heineman (BB, RBI), and Matt Duffy (2B, 2RBI) all had two hits each. Nolan Fontana was 1x4 with a walk. Preston Tucker had a hit and a stolen base, and Brandon Meredith was 1x4 and was thrown out trying to steal home to end the 6th (while Drew Muren struck out swinging).
Man of the Match: Mike Foltynewicz
Quad Cities (6-2)
Quad Cities and Peoria traded big innings to head into the 8th tied 7-7. Carlos Perdomo singled with one out, and scored when the Peoria catcher threw the ball away, and then scored the game-winning run on the center fielder's throwing error. Quad Cities wins, 8-7.
J.J. Jankowski got the start and allowed 6H/3ER, 2K:1BB in 3.1IP. Gera Sanchez inherited two runners and got out of it, striking out three and allowing a hit in 1.2IP. Brian Holmes got the fabled BS/W with 2H/3ER, 3K:0BB, WP, 2HBP in 4IP.
Joe Sclafani had your lone 2-hit game (sac fly, RBI), while Jesse Wierzbicki had a 2RBI triple. Jobduan Morales, Jordan Scott, and Carlos Perdomo had a hit and a walk.
Man of the Match: Carlos Perdomo