Durham Bulls 4, Columbus Clippers 1
A Russ Canzler solo shot and Dan Johnson's tiebreaking 3-run home run was all the offense Durham needed. Brian Baker pitched 7 strong inning, allowing a run on two hits, striking out six and walking one. Rob Delaney and Mike Ekstrom pitched scoreless relief innings. Desmond Jennings went 0-4 and Robinson Chirinos was 1-3 with a double.
Montgomery Biscuits 6, Jackson Generals 5
Matt Moore got the win, allowing a run on five hits and two walks over 6 innings. He struck out six. Stephen Vogt, Daniel Mayora, Henry Wrigley, and Kyeong Kang each had two hits, including Kang's first home run of the year. Kang also hit a triple, as did Mayora. Tim Beckham was 0-5.
Charlotte Stone Crabs 7, Daytona Cubs 0
Alex Colome blanked the Cubs over 7 innings, allowing three hits and three walks while striking out five. Matt Stabelfeld and Michael Jarman each pitched a scoreless inning. No Stone Crab had multiple hits, though Brett Nommensen and Anthony Scelfo each reached base three times with a hit and two walks. Hak-Ju Lee was 1-5 with a triple.
Bowling Green Hot Rods 4, Wisconsin Timber Rattlers 3 (10 innings)
The Hot Rods won it on Steve Tinoco walk-off single. He finished 2-5, one of four players with two hits (Derek Dietrich, Julio Cedeno, and Hector Guevara). C.J. Riefenhauser started and battled with his control, walking five in 6 innings but minimizing the damage to two runs (one earned). Chris Rearick got the win as he allowed a run on 3 innings of work.