Buffalo 5 Syracuse 4
Ricky Romero was ok in his final start of the season for Buffalo, as he tries to work his way back up to Toronto. Ricky pitched 5 innings giving up 6 hits, 2 earned runs with 1 walk, and 1 strikeout. After ricky Luis Perez pitched 2 scoreless innings. Mickey Storey gave up a run in the 8th, and Jeremy Jeffress gave up a run in the 9th before getting the save.
On the offensive side Mike McCoy and Jim Negrych each scored two runs at the top of the order. Mauro Gomez had an RBI, Luis Jimenez each had two RBIs, and Andy LaRoche had an RBI.
New Hampshire 2 Binghampton 6
Kenny Wilson had two doubles, and Lance Zawadzki had a two run HR in the 5th inning.
Marcus Walden pitched 6 innings, giving up 3 runs, of which 2 were earned. Chad Beck gave up 3 unearned run in the 7th inning. Matt Wright pitched a scoreless 8th inning.
Clearwater 2 Dunedin 16
Dunedin scored 16 runs off of 16 hits, with 4 home runs, and 4 walks. KC Hobson had his 19th HR, Oliver Dominguez had his 3rd HR, Matt Newman hit his 6th HR, and Marcus Knecht had his 11th HR.
Jesse Hernandez pitched 5 innings giving up one earned run on 4 hits, 1 walk, and 2 strikeouts.
West Michigan 13 Lansing 1
Dalton Pompey had his 6th HR of the year scoring the only run.
Kramer Champlin gave up 5 runs pitching 2.1 innings. Efrain Nieves followed with 1.1 innings giving up 5 earned runs. Justin Jackson followed with 2.1 innings giving up a run with 4 strikeouts. Griffin Murphy gave up 2 earned runs while pitching the 7th and 8th inning.
Vancouver 2 - Tri-City 1
Vancouver won a 2-1 thriller which clinched a playoff berth for the Canadians. Chaz Frank tripled out home Ian Parmley in the 8th inning, and David Harris doubled home Chaz Frank in the next at-bat to give Vancouver the lead.
Bluefield 4 Pulaski 6 (Game 2 of Playoffs)
Bluefield unfortunately lost game 2 of their playoff series, which allowed Pulaski to win the series 2-0.
Mitch Nay had a double while scoring two runs. Matt Dean had 3 hits, and Franklin Barreto had 3 hits as well while knocking in 3 runs.
Alberto Tirado was victimized by his defense, as he pitched 3.1 innings giving up 5 runs, of which 1 was earned. Clinton Hollon pitched .2 innings giving up a run. Miguel Castro pitched 3 scoreless innings, with a walk, and two strikeouts.