Matt Moore had another great start, striking out ten without issuing a walk over 6.2 innings. He allowed two earned runs on five hits, though the second came on a Jay Buente wild pitch. Russ Canzler was 3-3 with a walk, a double, and a home run. Stephen Vogt also homered, and Leslie Anderson had two hits.
Montgomery Biscuits 10, Mobile BayBears 3
Kyeong Kang and John Shelby homered and Henry Wrigley, Matt Sweeney, and Craig Albernaz had two hits apiece. Tim Beckham doubled and drew a walk. Shane Dyer went 7.1 innings, allowing three runs on six hits. Frank De Los Santos struck out two in 1.2 innings of relief.
St. Lucie Mets 5, Charlotte Stone Crabs 2
Merrill Kelly pitched six shutout innings, but Zack Wheeler (the center of the Carlos Beltran trade) countered with six scoreless of his own. The Mets got to the Crabs' bullpen, with Adam Liberatore allowing two runs and Deivis Mavarez three. Hak-Ju Lee had a double and a triple and Anthony Scelfo had three hits.
Bowling Green Hot Rods 14, South Bend Silver Hawks 3
Derek Dietrich, Julio Cedeno, and Mayobanex Acosta each homered to lead the Hot Rods offense. The team totaled 18 hits, including multi-hit days from Cody Rogers, Dietrich (4), Wunderlich, Cedeno, Steve Tinoco (3), Acosta, and Robi Estrada. George Jensen allowed two runs over 5 innings.
Aberdeen Ironbirds 4, Hudson Valley Renegades 1
Trevor Shull allowed three runs in 4.2 innings in his Renegades debut. Ryan Carpenter pitched two hitless innings out of the bullpen, and Justin Woodall struck out two in his inning of work. Craige Lyerly went 2-5 with a double and drove in the only run. Alejando Segovia, Cesar Guillen, and Johnathan Koscso had the only other hits.
Greeneville Astros 8, Princeton Rays 3
Ryan Brett went 4-5 with two doubles (he also stole two bases) and Drew Vettleson hit his sixth home run. Josh Sale went 1-3 with a walk and two strikeouts. Matt Swilley struck out five in 3 innings of relief work. Eduar Quinonez got the loss, allowing six runs (five earned) in 3.2 innings.