Indianapolis Indians 3, Durham Bulls 1
The Bulls could not overcome an early deficit as they fell to the Indians for the second straight night. The Bulls outhit the Indians but failed to turn those hits into runs as they were 0 for 9 with runners in scoring positions. The lone run for the Bulls came on a solo homer by Jeff Salazar in the fifth inning. Reid Brignac was 3 for 4 with 2 doubles to lead the offense. Chris Archer was charged with the loss. Alex Torres and Josh Lueke chipped in with a no-hit inning each.
Montgomery Biscuits 4, Mississippi Braves 1
The Biscuits used a big fourth inning to back a dazzling performance from starter Matt Buschmann to beat the Braves and even the series. Trailing by a run, the Biscuits offense struck for four runs in the fourth to take the lead for good. Greg Sexton was 2 for 4 on the night with a double and an RBI. Tyler Bortnick was 2 for 4 with an RBI. Ty Morrison picked up three stolen bases. Buschmann pitched 7 innings, recording 6 strikeouts to earn the win. Frank De Los Santos came on in the end, throwing 2 no-hit innings to notch the save.
Charlotte Stone Crabs 4, Jupiter Hammerheads 2
Despite watching an early lead disappear, the Stone Crabs rallied in the eighth to beat the Hammerheads and put a stop to the 5 game skid. The Stone Crabs broke the scoreless tie by scoring two runs in the fourth inning. They clinged to the lead until the top of the sixth when the Hammerheads struck with two runs of their own to tie the game. The game remained tied until the eighth inning when Mikie Mahtook delivered a two run blast to give the Stone Crabs the win. CJ Riefenhauser was strong in the start, striking out 7 in five inning on the mound but departed with a no-decision. Jimmy Patterson was the winner for the Stone Crabs and Chris Rearick picked up the save.
Bowling Green Hot Rods 8, Fort Wayne Tin Caps 2
The Hot Rods offense continues to roll as delivered eight extra base hits to defeat the Tin Caps 8-2 on Tuesday night. The Hot Rods took the lead in the second and never looked back as they took 3 of 4 in the series against Fort Wayne. Juniel Querecuto led the way by going 3 for 4 with 2 RBI's. Jeff Malm was 2 for 5 with 2 doubles. Ryan Brett was 2 for 5 with a triple and an RBI. Jake Hager and Matt Rice each went deep for the Hot Rods. Felipe Rivero picked up the win, striking out 7 in the process. Andre Bellatti earned the save.
VSL Tigers 5, VSL Rays 3
The VSL Rays gave up an early lead to suffer their seventh loss in a row. The Rays jumped out to a two run lead in the second inning but it didn't last long as they gave up five runs in the middle innings to take the loss. The Rays offense managed just two hits on the afternoon but managed five stolen bases once aboard. Carlos Vaamonde drove home two runs in the game. Kevin Cazorla suffered the loss.