- Louisville won both games of a doubleheader against Indy, 2-1 and 3-2. Ramon Ramirez started Game 1, and pitched 6 1/3 innings of 1-run ball. Drew Stubbs had two hits, and Kevin Barker and Chris Valaika drove in runs. In a Game 2, Jeff Kennard pitched two scoreless innings in relief to earn the win. Two familiar faces, Edwin Encarnacion and Adam Rosales had two hits each, and Chris Valaika drove two more runs in. Up next: Indy again at 7:05. takes the hill.
- After a rough first inning, Jordan Smith bounced back in a big way to beat Chattanooga 4-3. Smith gave up 3 runs in the first inning, but pitched 4 scoreless after that to earn the win. Philippe-Alexandre Valiquette was the star in relief, pitching two perfect innings while striking out 4. Todd Frazier and Zachary Cozart homered for the Mudcats, and Logan Parker and Jose Castro had two hits each. Up next: The Mudcats take on Chattanooga again at 6:15. Travis Wood should be the next to get a start.
- Sarasota lost both of their games in their doubleheader 8-3 and 5-2. Scott Carroll had a forgettable start in the first game, but Neftali Soto was solid with 2 hits and 2 RBI. Luis Montano gave up 5 runs in Game 2, but only one was earned. Denis Phipps had two hits and Jose Gualdron homered, his first since his promotion from Dayton. Up next: Matt Klinker takes on St. Lucie at 7.
- Dayton lost to Fort Wayne again 3-1, bringing their record against the TinCaps to 1-13 on the season. Lance Janke was decent in his start, and Steven Otterness was brilliant in relief, pitching 3 innings and only giving up 1 hit. Kevin Coddington was 2-for-4 for the offense. Up next: Matt Fairel takes his turn to lose to Fort Wayne at 7.
- Billings dropped yet another game, this time in the 9th to lose to Helena 5-4. Justin Walker and Daniel Corcino managed to put together a good game before 3rd round pick Donnie Joseph blew the save with 2 runs in the 9th. Yen-Wen Kuo led the way with 3 hits, and Humberto Sosa was 2-for-4 with 3 RBI. Up next: Leonardo Astorga takes on Helena at 9:05.
- The GCL were postponed due to a wet ground. They'll take on the GCL at noon.