One home run for Buffalo, four for New Hampshire, three and two for Vancouver and one in the DSL. The teams that hit the taters won, the ones that didn't, didn't.
Rochester 1 Buffalo 7
New Hampshire 10 Hartford 2
Vancouver 6 Eugene 2 - game one
Vancouver 4 Eugene 2 - game two
Dunedin 1 Clearwater 3 - 7 innings
FCL Blue Jays 0 FCL Yankees 5
Third Star - Enmanuel Bonilla
Second Star - Steward Berroa
First Star - Devonte Brown
Rafael Lantigua hit his tenth home run and added a double. Addison Barger had three hits, Tanner Morris two, and the usual suspects, Ernie Clement and Spencer Horwitz had one each.
It was a bullpen game for the Bisons. Five pitchers were used including Hayden Juenger who started and went three innings.
Four home runs for the Fisher Cats. Steward Berroa hit his sixth, Leo Jimenez his eighth, Will Robertson his eleventh and Alan Roden his fourth. Berroa and Jimenez had three hits each, Roden had two.
Alejandro Melean went six innings for the win.
Three home run for the C's in their first game. Devonte Brown led off the game with a shot and added two doubles. It was his 14th of the season. Garrett Spain hit his tenth in the second inning and Jeffrey Wehler his first in high A in the third. Hunter Gregory started and went four innings.
In the second C's game Gabriel Martinez hit his ninth of the season and Ryan McCarty his second in high A. McCarty also tripled. Rafael Sanchez gave up two runs in 4.2 innings.
Dunedin had just four hits in a rain shortened game. Tucker Toman and the hot Bryce Arnold had doubles. Lazaro Estrada started, gave up two runs in six innings and took the loss.
The DSL Jays scored 22 runs with 21 hits. Three players had four hits each. Top DSL prospect Enmanuel Bonilla was one of them, he hit his 3rd home run. First baseman Daniel Perez and second baseman Dariel Ramon also had four hits.