The affiliates won just one out of three Monday. Dunedin's game in Lakeland was postponed due to wet grounds.
Durham 8 Buffalo 1
Rowdy Tellez had two of Buffalo's four hits. Dwight Smith Jr's RBI groundout accounted for the only run. Danny Jansen doubled and was plunked. Tim Lopes was 1-for-3. Anthony Alford was 0-for-4 with two strikeouts.
Joe Biagini gave up a homer and four runs in total over 5-1/3 innings for the loss. Sam Moll gave up a run over two-thirds of an inning. Carlos Ramirez struck out two over a clean frame. Chad Girodo was gonged for two dingers, resulted in three runs in the eighth.
Binghamton 8 New Hampshire 5
Cavan Biggio and Max Pentecost both homered and had two-hit games. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. had a two-hit game and drove in two. Bo Bichette was 1-for-5. Harold Ramirez had the other two hit game. Jonathan Davis was 1-for-4 with a walk and stole his 10th base of the season. He has yet to be caught.
Francisco Rios was rocked for six runs over one-third of an inning and finished with a Game Score of -2. Conor Fisk stranded a runner and soaked up three innings of shutout relief. Jose Fernandez and Craig Breslow gave up runs but Andrew Case tossed two scoreless frames of one-hit ball with two whiffs.
Lansing 10 Dayton 7
The Lugnuts scored an eight-point touchdown in the first and that was just enough for the win. Brock Lundquist hit a grand slam and Chavez Young would cap off the rally with a three-run bomb against the number 2 pick in last year's draft, Hunter Greene. According to Lansing broadcaster Dante De Caria, Greene was throwing around 94-96 MPH. Lundquist drove in five runs on the night with a sac fly. He was also hit by a pitch. Young also reached twice by hearing ball four once. Kevin Vicuna and Christian Williams had two-hit nights with Vicuna just missing out on a home run in the first inning after smacking a ball off the right field corner monster. Samad Taylor had a hit, a walk and three stolen bases. Kacy Clemens drew a pair of walks. Reggie Pruitt had a double.
Maximo Castillo gutted it out through six innings to get the win, giving up four runs on nine hits (including a homer) and a walk. He struck out four. Donnie Sellers surrendered three runs over 2-2/3 innings but struck out seven. Kyle Weatherly stranded two inherited runners and got the final out of the game for the save.
*** 3 Stars!!! ***
3. Chavez Young, Lansing
2. Cavan Biggio, New Hampshire
1. Brock Lundquist, Lansing
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