- Louisville beat Columbus 7-5 behind a lackluster AAA debut from Camilo Vazquez. Vazquez gave up 3 runs in 4 2/3 innings of work, and Greg Atencio ended up getting the win in his Louisville debut. Logan Ondrusek pitched a perfect 9th for his 9th save. Chris Heisey hit his 9th AAA HR off of former Red Mike Gosling, a 2-run shot. Juan Francisco was 2-for-5 with a RBI and Lew Ford drove in a run as well. Up next: Bats take on Columbus again at 7:05.
- Carolina had a doubleheader too, theirs against Montgomery. In the first game, Alexander Smit pitched 6 2-hit shutout innings as the Mudcats rolled 1-0. Jose Castro was 2-for-4 and drove in the only run. In the second game, the Mudcats pitching staff held Montgomery to just one hit in a 5-0 win. Joseph "The Cycle" Krebs pitched 3 1/3 no-hit innings in his emergency start, and Zach Ward gave up the first hit in the 5th. Zachary Cozart drove in two runs with a HR, and Kris Negron and Yonder Alonso added two hits each for the Mudcats. Up next: Jeremy Horst takes the hill as the Mudcats take on Montgomery at 8:05.
- Sarasota was off. Matt Fairel will take the mound against Palm Beach at 7.
- Dayton lost 7-3 despite a solid start by Jordan Hotchkiss. Hotchkiss went 6 innings and gave up 3 runs (2 earned), and struck out 8 hitters. Carlos Mendez had 3 hits and Humberto Sosa hit a 2-run HR. Up next: Dayton's off.
- Billings won a close one against Missoula 5-3. Luca Panerati gave up 1 run in 5 innings. Frank Pfister had three hits, including a RBI, and Mariekson Gregorius had two hits as well. Up next: Tim Crabbe takes on Great Falls at 9.
- The GCL Reds closed out their season with a loss against the GCL Rays, 5-0. Jefry Sierra had 3 of the Reds 6 hits on the afternoon, and the pitching wasn't that bad, with Harold Johnson giving up 3 earned runs in 5 innings and Daniel Tuttle gave up no earned runs in 3 innings with 5 strikeouts. Up next: Their season is over. They finish the season 28-27, 6 games back in their division, good for 3rd place.