- Louisville added two insurance runs in the 7th that it turned out they needed, as they barely beat Indianapolis 7-6. Juan Francisco was 2-for-4 with his first homer in AAA. Luis Bolivar homered too and Chris Valaika was 2-for-4 with two doubles. Travis Wood gave up 3 runs in 6 innings of work to get his 3rd win of the year in AAA. Despite one rough start, Wood has a 2.93 so far in 5 starts so far. Up next: Matt Maloney takes on Indy at 7:05.
- Luis Montano had one of his better outings, but still earned the decision in Carolina's 5-2 loss to Jacksonville. Shaun Cumberland homered for the Mudcats, but it wasn't nearly enough. Up next: Tom Cochran takes on Jacksonville at 7:05.
- Sarasota beat Jupiter 9-2 as the offense finally got going. Neftali Soto was 3-for-5 with 3 RBI, and Dave Sappelt, Denis Phipps, and Jason Louwsma all had two hits each. Travis Webb pitched a good game, going 5 innings of 2-run ball, and Josh Beal and Mark Pawelek each pitched two shutout innings out of the bullpen. Up next: Lance Janke takes on Jupiter at 7.
- Dayton only got 3 1/2 innings in before they were rained out. They're winning 4-1, but will finish the game up today, before J.C. Sulbaran takes on Fort Wayne.
- Billings beat Idaho Falls 12-5. The offense spread the love around, as Efrain Contreras and all but one starter had a hit. Blair Carson had a good start, going 6 1/3 innings of 3-run ball, and Brian Pearl notched his 4th save of the year. Up next: Leonardo Astorga takes on Idaho Falls at 9:05.
- The GCL Reds finished up a game from another day, and played their regularly scheduled game as well. They won the first one 13-7, with Billy Hamilton having 3 hits. They scratched by in the 7-inning second game 3-1 as well, with Tyler Cline having another good start. Cline gave up 1 run in 5 innings, and Ramon Rodriguez pitched two perfect innings from the bullpen. Up next: Sawx at noon.