Triple-A: Homer owned. He had very little trouble in 7.1 innings, allowing five hits and a walk and striking out three as the Bats chucked the Mud Hens 5-0. Toledo -- a lineup that includes Curtis Granderson, Timo Perez and former Bat Dane Sardinha -- didn't get on base until the fourth inning and never got a runner past second. Bill Bray and Jim Brower took care of the final 1.2 innings and had zero trouble. Those two guys have thrown 15 innings for Louisville, striking out 22 and allowing no runs. Jay Bruce was 2 for 5, and Jerry Hairston Jr. was 3 for 5 to go back over .400. UP NEXT: Game 2 of 2 at Toledo, 2 p.m.
Double-A: Sam LeCure owned. He gave up just three hits and struck out four as the Lookouts also rolled 5-0. It was Chattanooga's first shutout of the season. Shaun Cumberland (acquired with Jorge Cantu in the Calvin Medlock trade last July) was 2 for 3 with his second homer of the season. Danny Ray Herrera contributed a shutout appearance. UP NEXT: The series with the Mobile BayBears continues today at 2:15.
High A: Just about everyone got hits as Sarasota pushed past Fort Myers 2-1. Justin Turner was 2 for 4 and Chris Valaika, Drew Stubbs and Juan Francisco all doubled. Jordan Smith scattered seven hits over 6 innings, striking out 5. He's struck out at least 5 in all four of his starts this season. UP NEXT: A three-game set with Dunedin starts today at 1.
Low A: Keltavious Jones was 3 for 4 with two triples, but Dayton fell 4-3 to Clinton in 11 innings. Todd Frazier was 2 for 5 and Brandon Waring had a double and three strikeouts. Matt Klinker had another nice start, allowing 6 hits in 5.2 innings, striking out three. He hasn't allowed an earned run in his two starts for the Dragons. UP NEXT: Series finale vs. LumberKings, 2 p.m.