Buffalo 1 – Pawtucket 8
Today the Bisons faced a recently promoted Anthony Ranaudo, and weren’t able to score any runs off of him. Anthony Gose scored the only run in the 8th inning off of a throwing error from Will Middlebrooks.
On the pitching side, starter Justin German didn’t have a great night, as he threw 5 innings of 9 hit ball, giving up 5 earned runs.
New Hampshire 3 – Richmond 8
In his second New Hampshire Drew Hutchinson pitched much better, he threw 4.1 innings, giving up 3 hits, 2 runs, of which 1 were unearned, with one walk, and seven strikeouts. Relievers Dustin Antolin and Ryan Tepera each gave up 3 runs later on in the game.
On the offensive side, Andy Burns hit his 5th home run for NH off of a rehabbing Ryan Vogelsong of the San Francisco Giants. The other two runs were cashed in via a Jack Murphy double in the 7th inning.
Dunedin 4 – Palm Beach 5
Shane Optiz was 3-5, KC Hobson had two doubles, and Jon Berti scored two runs via a single in the fourth inning.
Scott Copeland started for Dunedin and threw 6 innings, giving up 3 runs, of which 1 was earned. Justin Jackson pitched the 7th and 8th innings giving up a run, and Black McFarland pitched the 9th giving up the game winning run.
Lansing 3 – Fort Wayne 2 (7 Innings)
Daniel Norris had probably his best start of the season, as he pitched 5 scoreless innings, giving up 3 hits, with no walks, and seven strikeouts.
Lansing scored three runs in the 6th inning which ended up giving the Lugnuts the win.
Lansing 2 – Fort Wayne 3 (7 Innings)
Kevin Patterson, Emilio Guerrero and Daniel Klein all had doubles in this game.
Canadian Eric Brown threw 5 innings, giving up 3 earned runs, 3 hits, one walk, and three strikeouts.
Hillsboro 0 – Vancouver 4
Shane Dawson from Alberta was fantastic in his second start for Vancouver as he pitched 5 scoreless innings, giving up 4 hits, with no walks, and nine strikeouts.
In the fifth innings Seth Conner knocked in two runs via a single. Chaz Frank had a double the next at-bat scoring Seth Conner before eventually being thrown out at third.
Bluefield 13 – Princeton 3
Bluefield was hitting everything thrown at them today, which included 10 runs scored in the fourth inning. Nico Taylor, Jonathan Davis, and Mitch Nay each hit home runs helping the offense today.
Brady Dragmire threw 5 scoreless innings, giving up a hit, with five strikeouts. Adonys Cardona pitched 3.2 innings, but gave up a bunch of runs in the 9th inning. Phil Kish came in to close out the game for the final out.