Durham Bulls 5, Louisville Bats 4 (10 innings)
The Bulls opened the series against Louisville with a walk-off extra innings win on Tuesday night, giving the Bulls their first back to back wins since the first week of the season. It was the bat of Jesus Feliciano that powered the victory, he was 3 for 5 with 3 RBI's, including the game winner. Shawn O'Malley was 3 for 4 with a walk and 2 runs scored. Kyle Hudson was 2 for 4 with a double, a run scored and 2 stolen bases. After blowing the save in the ninth, Cesar Ramos came back to get the win in the tenth.
Montgomery Biscuits 6, Tennessee Smokies 5
The Biscuits used record breaking performance to power their victory against the Smokies. The Biscuits stole a franchise high 7 bases on the night, including 3 by Henry Wrigley. They also hit a season high 14 hits to help steer them to the win. The Biscuits found themselves in an early hole, but they managed to work their way back until a homer by Kyeong Kang in the eighth put them on top to stay. Every starter in the Biscuits lineup found themselves at least on hit on the night. Hak-Ju Lee and Brad Coon each had a triple while Kang had the Biscuits only homer. Marquis Fleming was the winner with Adam Liberatore getting the save.
Charlotte Stone Crabs 4, Bradenton Marauders 1
The Stone Crabs rode the arm of Braulio Lara to victory on Tuesday as the Stone Crabs snapped their losing streak. Lara's strong performance helped keep the Marauders of the board and help extend his record to 3-0 and remaining the only undefeated starter on the roster. Cody Rogers and Robby Price each enjoyed multiple hit nights. Derek Dietrich struck his first homer of the season. Eliazer Suero and Chris Rearick provided scoreless service from the bullpen with Rearick notching his sixth save of the campaign.