Charlotte Knights 10, Durham Bulls 2
The Bulls were unable to contain the Knights offense as they fell 10-2 on Wednesday night. The Bulls found themselves in a five run hole in the first inning and never recovered. The Bulls reached the scoreboard in the fourth inning on a solo home run by Dan Johnson. Their other run came in the sixth inning on an RBI double by Leslie Anderson that scored Johnson. Andy Sonnanstine was charged with the loss and fell to 3-6 on the year.
Jupiter Hammerheads 3, Charlotte Stone Crabs 1
The Stone Crabs dropped the series finale against the Hammerheads on Wednesday night. The Hammerheads took an early lead in the first inning. The Stone Crabs battled back to tie the game in the third when Dustin Biell drove home a run to tie the game 1-1. The Hammerheads would eventually score in the sixth and again in the eighth to hand the Stone Crabs the loss. Biell was a perfect 3-3 at the plate on the night. Merrill Kelly was charged with the loss for the Stone Crabs.
Dayton Dragons 6, Bowling Green Hot Rods 5
The Hot Rods dropped a close contest against the Dragons on Wednesday. The Hot Rods took an early lead by scoring two runs in the second inning. Steven Tinoco drove home a run with an RBI single and then later scored on an RBI double by Nick Schwaner to spot them a 2-0 lead. But the Dragons bounced back to take the lead with a four run fourth inning. The Hot Rods answered with a run in the fourth on an RBI triple by Luke Bailey and another run in the fifth on an RBI double by Julio Cedeno to tie the game once again. The Hot Rods grabbed the lead again in the seventh on an RBI single by Derek Dietrich to give them a slim one run advantage. The Dragons would then push across two unanswered runs in the eighth to hand the Hot Rods the loss. Jimmy Patterson was charged with the loss and is now 7-4 on the year.
Hudson Valley Renegades 6, Connecticut Tigers 4
The Renegades held off a late rally by the home team to earn the only affiliate win for Wednesday night. The Renegades broke the scoreless tie by scoring two runs in the fourth inning. Matt Rice singled home a run and then scored on an RBI double by Gerardo Olivares to take a 2-0 lead. The Tigers tied the game with a two run inning of their own in the sixth inning. The Renegades took the lead back an inning later thanks to a two run double by Jeff Malm and an RBI single by Rice that gave them a 5-2 lead. The Renegades picked up an insurance run in the top of the ninth on another RBI double by Malm. The Tigers challenged in the bottom of the ninth, but Justin Woodall rallied to limit the damage to two runs and end the inning, preserving the win for the Renegades. Roberto Gomez turned in five shut-out innings in the no-decision. Mickey Jannis was the winner and Woodall recorded the save.