Durham Bulls 7, Gwinnett Braves 4
Backed by a strong effort on the mound by Chris Archer and fueled by a big five run second inning, the Bulls defeated the Braves 7-4 in the series finale. The Bulls jumped out to an early lead in the first inning on an RBI double by Matt Mangini to give them a 1-0 lead. The Braves tied the game an inning later on a solo homer. Then the Bull offense broke out for the big five run second. The Bulls loaded the bases with no outs then Shawn O'Malley, Will Rhymes, Jesus Feliciano and Brandon Guyer plated some runs to put the Bulls in from 6-1. O'Malley went deep to left in the sixth to push across the Bulls final run of the afternoon. The Braves would post two runs in the seventh and another in the ninth but the Bulls held to grab the victory. Archer picked up the win, striking out 8 in 6 innings pitched. Dane De La Rosa notched his first save of the season.
Pensacola Blue Wahoos 7, Montgomery Biscuits 5
The Biscuits rallied late but fell short in Sunday's loss to Pensacola. The Blue Wahoos took a two run lead in the third inning. Then the Biscuits scored in the top of the fourth to cut the lead in half. It was Brad Coon scoring on a sac fly by Kyeong Kang to put the Biscuits on the board. Pensacola scored another run in the fourth and four more in the seventh to take a large lead. But the Biscuits started their comeback in the eighth inning as they pushed across three runs. The Biscuits got things stated by loading the bases. Coon picked up an RBI the hard way by being hit by a pitch with the bases loaded. Then Omar Luna followed with a two run double to bring the score to 7-4. The Biscuits offense carried the momentum into the ninth as Tyler Bortnick doubled home a run. But the Biscuits rally fell short as they stranded the tying run on base and suffered the 7-5 defeat. Joe Cruz suffered the loss for the Biscuits.