Oklahoma City (66-50), 2.5 up
Well. A ten-game win streak - for the first time in franchise history - certainly is notable. The RedHawks get it today in a 5-2 win over Colorado Springs. Jake Buchanan threw 7IP, 8H/2ER, 4K:1BB to improve to 4-2 for OKC. Jason Stoffel got all four batters he faced, and Kevin Chapman struck out the last two batters of the game.
Trevor Crowe was 3x3 with two runs scored; Ruben Sosa, George Springer (RBI), and Brandon Laird (2B, 2RBI) had two hits each. Jon Singleton was 1x3 with a walk (and is hitting .333/.417/.567 in his last ten games). Rene Garcia had two RBI.
Man of the Match: Trevor Crowe
Corpus (26-18, tied) 68-46 overall
Corpus scored the game-tying run in the 8th and got the walk-off on Domingo Santana's single for a 2-1 win over Midland in ten innings. David Rollins made his Double-A debut, throwing 5.2IP, 3H/1ER, 6K:1BB; Jonas Dufek (2.1IP) and Pat Urckfitz (2IP) allowed a hit, but no runs, in their outings.
Max Stassi continued his torrid 2nd half with a 2x5, 2B night; Enrique Hernandez also had two hits. Preston Tucker and Michael Burgess had a hit and a walk each, while Santana had the aforementioned RBI.
Man of the Match: David Rollins
Lancaster (28-16, 4.5 up) 67-47 overall
The JetHawks scored the final five runs of the game in a 6-5 win over High Desert. Colton Cain threw 6.1IP, 11H/5R (2ER), 2K:0BB; Michael Dimock allowed a hit in 1.2IP; Travis Ballew (0.2IP) and Kenny Long (0.1IP) closed the game out in the 9th.
Seven JetHawks combined for seven hits, with Nolan Fontana (1x2, 2BB) and MP Cokinos (0x1, 2BB) drawing two walks each. Luis Alvarez hit a solo homerun.
Man of the Match: Nolan Fontana.
Quad Cities (63-47)
The River Bandits took a 2-1 lead into the bottom of the 9th, but Cedar Rapids came up with two runs for a 3-2 walkoff victory over Quad Cities. Brian Holmes allowed just 2H/1ER, 3K:2BB in 6IP; Daniel Minor walked one but got the double play to face six batters in 2IP; Juan Minaya got the BS/L with 3H/2R (1ER), 1K:1BB in 0.2IP.
Carlos Correa was 3x5 with an RBI; Danry Vasquez was 2x5 with a run scored; Bobby Borchering was 0x2, but with an RBI and two walks; Teoscar Hernandez and Austin Elkins (SB) had a hit and a walk.
Man of the Match: Brian Holmes
Tri-City (27-21), tied
Tri-City ended a nine-game losing streak with a 9-3 win at Aberdeen. Zach Morton allowed 3H/2ER, 0K:1BB in 5.1IP; Richard Rodriguez (0.1IP), Andrew Walter (2.1IP, 4K) and J.D. Osborne (1IP, ER) handled the final 3.2IP in relief.
Ronnie Mitchell (2B) was 3x5 with three runs scored; James Ramsay (2B, SB) had two hits; Tony Kemp was 1x3 with two walks, and Ryan Dineen was 1x3 with a walk and 2RBI.
Man of the Match: Ronnie Mitchell
Greeneville (25-18), 3.0 up
That, my friends, is a beatdown. Greeneville was up 14-0 before 2nd place Kingsport got on the board, and Greeneville cruised to a 17-1 win. Jordan Mills threw 5IP, 2H/0ER, 7K:0BB; Austin Chrismon allowed 2H/1ER, 3K:1BB in 3IP, and Tyler Brunnemann walked two in the 9th.
Marc Wik was 4x5 with a triple and 3RBI; Chase McDonald was 3x4 with a walk and 2RBI; Tyler White (HR, 3RBI), Ariel Ovando (2B, HR, 5RBI), and Brian Holberton (2B, BB) had two hits each.
Man of the Match: Marc Wik
GCL Astros (19-18), 4.5 GB