John Parish pitched four innings, and threw 84 pitches, in allowing 3 three runs on four hits. Syracuse tied the game once Parish left, they loaded the bases with Curtis Thigpen reaching on an error, Buck Coats on a walk, and Russ Adams on a single. With one out Travis Snider hit a sac fly, Kevin Melillo singled in the second run and Pedro Lopez singled to tie the game. However in the seventh Chris George gave up three runs to lose the game. The Chiefs were outhit 10-6, Pedro Lopez had three hits, Travis Snider had an oh-fer.
New Hampshire 5 Altoona 4 - 10 innings
The Fisher Cats scored in the first inning, Scott Campbell and JP Arencibia walked, and Brian Dopirak singled in a run. The Cats were their own worst enemy in the bottom of the first, both Campbell and Marty McCleary made errors and McCleary threw a wild pitch, leading to two runs for Altoona. McCleary allowed single runs in the fourth and fifth and left trailing 4-1. The Fisher Cats scored a run in the sixth, Andrew Pinckney doubled and scored on a single from Ryan Patterson. New Hampshire made it 4-3 in the seventh when JP Arencibia reached on an error and Brian Dopirak doubled him home. Arencibia hit a solo home run in the ninth to tie the game and in the tenth Ryan Patterson tripled with one out and scored on a wild pitch.
The Fisher Cats had 13 hits, Dopirak and Patterson had three hits each.
Dunedin 1 Tampa 3 - game 1
Reidier Gonzalez gave up single runs in the first and fourth innings, he pitched five innings and conceded six hits. Brian Pettway allowed a run in the sixth. The Jays scored just one run on four hits, David Cooper singled in Luis Sanchez who had reached on an error.
Dunedin 11 Tampa 0 - game 2
Yankee prospect Alan Horne was roughed up by the Jays for seven runs in the second inning. The inning went like this:
* Marcos Cabral singled
* Chris Emanuele doubled in a run
* Luis Sanchez walked
* Adam Calderone sacrificed
* Wild pitch by Alan Horne, Chris Emanuele scored. Luis Sanchez to 3rd.
* Bradley Emaus singled in run number 3
* David Cooper singled Emaus to 3rd
* Cory Patton singled in run 4
* Matthew Liuzza strikes out swinging
* Anthony Hatch hit a three run home run
From there it was cruise control for the Jays who tallied 15 hits. Every starter had a hit and scored at least one run, and six starters had two hits each. AJ Wideman pitched six shutout innings for the win.
Jimmy Dougher gave up solo runs in the second and third but otherwise kept Fort Wayne off the scoreboard through five innings. Raul Barron doubled in two runs in the bottom of the third to tie the game. Ryan Koch, just called up from the GCL, pitched three shutout innings in relief. In the bottom of the seventh Kevin Ahrens reached on an error and singles by Jon Baksh and Darin Mastroianni drove him in with the winning run. Tim Collins picked up save number twelve.
Lansing had six hits, Baksh and Mastroianni had two each.
Not a good night in Auburn as they were outhit 17-4; Auburn made three errors; and only two Doubledays had a hit. Castillo Perez, who had been the best pitcher for Auburn, gave up five runs and eight hits in 3.1 innings. Brian VanKirk and Carlos Vasquez had two hits each.
GCL Jays at GCL Tigers - cancelled due to Fay
3 star selection
3rd star - Darin Mastroianni
2nd star - Brian Dopirak
1st star - Ryan Patterson