Oklahoma City (41-38), 4.0 GB
Nashville had a 5-0 lead before OKC got on the board, and rode it out for a 5-2 win. Asher Wojciechowski allowed a symmetrical 5H/4ER, 5K:4BB in 5.2IP; Eric Berger allowed 3H/1ER, 3K:0BB in 1.1IP; Kevin Chapman gave up a hit in 1IP.
Jonathan Villar, Brandon Laird (2B) and Marwin Gonzalez each had two hits; Carlos Perez was 1x2 with an RBI and a walk; Jimmy Paredes hit his 5th homer for OKC. Jon Singleton and George Springer were each 0x4 with 3K.
Man of the Match: Uh. Carlos Perez?
Corpus (4-4), tied
Welp. That was stupid. The Hooks carried a 4-1 lead into the top of the 9th but I'll be a monkey's uncle if Springfield didn't score five runs in the top of the 9th, and despite getting one back in the bottom haf, the Hooks lost 6-5. Kyle Hallock threw 5.1IP, 1H/1ER, 2K:4BB; Andrew Robinson (1.2IP, 2BB) and Jorge De Leon (K) threw scoreless outings. Pat Urckfitz allowed 5H/4ER in 0.2IP while Carlos Quevedo allowed a solo homer and two of Urckfitz's runs for the BS.
Max Stassi continued his tear with a 3x5 night; Jonathan Meyer (two doubles, BB, RBI) and Zach Johnson (2B, RBI) had two hits each. Preston Tucker (BB, RBI) and Michael Burgess (HR, 2RBI, BB) had a hit and a walk each.
Man of the Match: Jonathan Meyer
Quad Cities (5-2) 2.0 GB, 43-33 overall
Peoria never trailed in this one, beating Quad Cities 5-4. Jamaine Cotton allowed 5H/5R (4ER), 1K:3BB in 3.2IP; Mitchell Lambson allowed a hit in 1.1IP and Colton Cain gave up 2H/0ER in 3IP.
Carlos Correa was 2x4; Roberto Pena was 1x4 with a HR.
Man of the Match: Colton Cain
Tri-City (9-2) 4.0 up
The ValleyCats came back from an early 2-1 deficit, scoring the next six runs in a 9-4 win against Lowell. The battery of Evan Grills and Kevin Comer did it again - Grills threw 5IP, 4H/3ER, 2K:1BB and Comer allowed 1H/1ER, 2K:1BB in 4IP.
James Ramsay (HR, 2RBI), Dan Gulbransen (RBI), and Ronnie Mitchell (SB, BB, 3RBI) had three hits each. Conrad Gregor was 2x3 with two walks and three runs scored. Michael Martinez drew a hit and a walk.
Man of the Match: Conrad Gregor
Greeneville (3-5), 4.0 GB
That is a Win Streak, my friends! Greeneville scored in the first inning, one in the 7th and six runs in the 8th, but that first one was all they needed. Astros pitching held Kingsport to no runs on two hits in an 8-0 win. Jandel Gustave struck out seven and walked three in six hitless innings; Sebastian Kessay struck out two in 1IP and J.D. Osborne allowed 2H/0ER, 5K:0BB as Kingsport struck out 14 times on the night.
Alfredo Gonzalez was 3x4 with a double and 2RBI; Edwin Gomez was 2x5 with a double; Tanner Mathis (2BB) Juan Santana (2RBI), and Darwin Rivera (HR) provided your RBIs.
Man of the Match: Jandel Gustave
GCL Astros (4-2), 1.0 up
The GCL Astros had a 4-3 lead in the bottom of the 9th, but the Yankees struck last with two runs in a walk-off. Yankees win 5-2. Agapito Barrios allowed 4H/2ER, 6K:2BB in 5IP; Jorge Perez (2BB), Kevin Ferguson (ER, K), and Juan Santos (H) each threw an inning. Erick Gonzalez got the BS/L (The Brandon Lyon) with 0.2IP, 2H/2ER giving up the walk-off 2-run homer.
Jason Martin was 3x5 with an RBI; Alex Gonzalez and Javaris Reynolds had two hits each.
Man of the Match: Jason Martin