Durham Bulls 1, Scranton/Wilkes Barre Yankees 0
The Bulls took the series against the Yankees by winning the finale 1-0 on Monday. Both clubs dueled through six scoreless innings before Juan Miranda homered for the game's only run. Alex Cobb threw five scoreless frames to start but left with a no decision. Jhonny Nunez was the winner and Dane De La Rosa picked up the save.
Montgomery Biscuits 3, Jacksonville Suns 2
The Biscuits picked up a walk-off win against the Suns on Monday night. The Suns tied the game in the top of the ninth, looking to send the game into extra frames. But the Biscuits were having no part in extra innings as Hak-Ju Lee drove home the game winning run in the bottom of the ninth to give the Biscuits the win. Lee finished the night 3 for 5. Mike Sheridan and Omar Luna each went 2 for 4 with the plate. Kyeong Kang had the Biscuits lone extra base hit, a double. Shane Dyer allowed just one hit in 7 innings. Adam Liberatore picked up the win.
Charlotte Stone Crabs 13, Fort Myers Miracle 1
The Stone Crabs offense came alive on Monday night in a 13-1 beat down of rival Fort Myers. The Stone Crabs offense scored 13 runs on 16 hits including a big six run inning in the sixth and. The offense came up with a bunch of milestones including six RBI's by Cody Rogers, back to back homers by Derek Dietrich and Riccio Torrez and four triples in the game. Rehabber Jose Lobaton was the only starter not to reach base in the game. Of the 16 hits, 8 of them were for extra bases. The offense was in support of Grayson Garvin who turned in a great one run performance to earn his first professional win.
South Bend Silver Hawks 2, Bowling Green Hot Rods 0 (Game One)
The Hot Rods were shut-out 2-0 in the first game of Monday's doubleheader. The Hot Rods offense struggled in the loss, recording just one hit in the game. Drew Vettleson delivered a double in the fourth inning for the Hot Rods lone hit. Felipe Rivero suffered the loss, despite recording 6 strikeouts in 5 innings. Jason McEachern lowered his ERA below 2.00 by pitching 2 no-hit innings to close out the game.
Bowling Green Hot Rods 3, South Bend Silver Hawks 2 (Game Two)
The Hot Rods earned a split in the doubleheader by winning game two. South Bend took the lead early but by the end of the third, the Hot Rods had tied the game. It was Ryan Brett's RBI single in the fifth that would prove to be the game winner. Jeff Malm continues to swing a hot bat as he was 2 for 3 with a double and a homer. Drew Vettleson and Juniel Querecuto each had a double. In addition to plating the winning run, Brett also had 2 stolen bases. Jacob Partridge was the winner and is now 4-0. Charlie Cononie threw 2 no-hit innings for his third save of the season.
VSL Mariners 16, VSL Rays 6
The VSL Rays kicked off the 2012 campaign with a big loss to the VSL Mariners. The Rays gave up the early and could not recover, surrendering runs in seven of the nine innings. Gianfranco Aldazoro was 2 for 3 with a home runs and 4 RBI's. David Colina and Iago Januario drove home the other Rays runs. Henry Centeno was charged with the loss.