Just one win on the farm, a 1-0 win for Dunedin, thanks to a walk off single by Kacy Clemens. Lansing and Buffalo were hammered. New Hampshire lost a close one, and their 13 hits was the best part of the night.
Gwinnett 11 Buffalo 2
Shawn Morimando gave up five runs in four innings, Conor Fisk gave up five in two innings. Buffalo were 10-1 down after six innings.
Buffalo had just four hits. Alford was 1-3 with a walk to keep his flicker of turning around his season alive. Alford scored one run and drove in another. Cavan Biggio had a double. Lourdes Gurriel was 0-4 and his hitting has cooled off. His OPS in May is .492. With the demotion of Teoscar Hernandez and Socrates Brito the following players can play the outfield in Buffalo; Teoscar, Gurriel; Biggio; Alford; Revere; Brito; Fields; Patterson and Guillotte. Playing time might be short for some players.
New Hampshire 3 Hartford 4
Hartford scored an unearned run off Jonathan Cheshire in the bottom of the eighth to get the win. It was a Vinny Capra error that led to the unearned run. Hector Perez started and had a decent start for him. Perez went six innings with three runs allowed on seven hits.
NH out hit Hartford 13- 10. Kevin Smith was 3-5 with a double. Brock Lundquist stayed hot with a 2-2 with two walks night. Chad Spanberger also had two hits. Christian Williams was 3-5 and is hitting .385 in a small sample since his recent promotion.
Jupiter 0 Dunedin 1
This was Dunedin's second walk-off win in a row. This walk off was started by last night's walk-off hero, Ryan Noda. Noda walked, Alejandro Kirk singled as did Kacy Clemens with the game winning RBI single. This was a pitching dominated contest, the Jays had six hits. Kirk was the only hitter with two.
Graham Spraker started and did well to keep Jupiter off the scoreboard. Spraker did have nine men on base in his 5.2 innings. Two were thrown out by Kirk, a double play helped out and twice Spraker left runners at third base. Connor Law and Emerson Jimenez pitched well in relief, just one hit allowed over 3.1 innings. Spraker had just three K's, he has 29 in 37 innings.
Lansing 0 Fort Wayne 9 - 6 innings
This game was shortened to six innings by rain. Lansing had just one hit, a single by Rafael Lantigua.
Sean Wymer was charged with all nine runs in 5.2 innings. Fort Wayne scored three runs in three separate innings.
3rd star: Kevin Smith
2nd star: Kacy Clemens
1st star: Brock Lundquist