Buffalo 4 – Gwinnett 5
Ricky Romero was on the mound for the Bisons, had another quality start tonight. He lasted 7 innings giving up 5 hits, 1 run which was unearned, with 3 walks and 6 strikeouts. Relievers Joel Carreno and John Stilson each gave up 2 runs in the 8th and 9th inning respectively.
Anthony Gose had his best game in a while for the Bisons, as he went 1-2 with a double and what is surprisingly his 7th SB of the season. Mauro Gomez had his 19th HR of the season which happens to lead the (AAA) International League.
New Hampshire 2 – Altoona 5
Deck McGuire started tonight for the Fisher Cats fell victim to extra-base hits. He had a decent start by looking at his line which was 6ip 5h, 5 earned runs, with a walk and 6 strikeouts. But unfortunately Deck gave up 4 extra base-hits, 2 doubles, and 2 triples.
The Fisher Cats weren’t able to put up much offense tonight, as they managed only 2 runs tonight. Adam Loewen was 2-4 with a HR, and AJ Jimenez had a decent night as well going 2-4.
Tampa 4 – Dunedin 8
Jose Reyes continued to rehab with Dunedin, and he had another good game before he heads north to Buffalo for the weekend. Other hitters of the night were Andy Burns who went 3-5 with 2 runs, and Mike Crouse was 2-3 with 2 doubles.
Casey Lawrence had a quality start for Dunedin going 6 innings giving up 8 hits, 3 earned runs with a walk and three strikeouts. Casey was followed by Tony Davis, Ajay Meyer, and Alan Farina who each went an inning in relief.
Lansing – Day Off
Spokane 3 – Vancouver 8
Eric Brown started tonight for the Canadians who happen to play at the University of British Columbia a few years earlier. He had a fabulous start going 6.2 innings of 5 hit ball giving up 1 earned run, with 2 walks and 5 strikeouts.
Vancouver’s bats were on fire tonight putting together 12 hits, and 8 runs off of Spokane pitching. Braden Kalfus was 3-4 with 2 runs, and Jordan Leyland was 2-3 as he continued to be Vancouver’s best hitter.
DSL Blue Jays 2 – DSL Tigers
Michael De La Cruz continues to surprise Blue Jays fans as he had another 2 walks, raising his DSL slash line to 347/549/551 with a 22-10bb/k ratio. Blue Jays RF Juan Tejada was 1-4 with 2 rbi’s that he picked up in the 6th inning. Otherwise it was a quiet game for the Blue Jays who only managed 4 hits, and 2 runs.
Francisco Rios had a respectable start of 5innings giving up 3 hits, 3 earned runs, to go along with 2 walks and 3 strikeouts. He was followed by Francis Eduardo and Yonardo Herdenez who pitched the next 3 innings giving up 2 runs combined.