- Louisville lost a wild one with Columbus 4-3 by letting the Clips chip away at the lead in the later innings. Dontrelle Willis got the start, giving up 1 run in 5 innings, ballooning his ERA all the way to 0.53 on the season so far. Todd Frazier was 2-for-4 with a RBI as the only bright spot on the offense. Up next: Bats take on Columbus on the road at 6:35. All Columbus RRs should be there.
- Carolina lost 9-5 to Tennessee. Cody Puckett, David Cook, and Jose Castro had 2 hits each, with Castro driving in 3 runs. Unfortunately, the pitching. James Avery gave up 6 runs (3 earned) in 5 1/3 innings, and Jeff Jeffords gave up 3 runs in his inning of work as well. On the bright side, Brad Boxberger pitched 1 2/3 innings of scoreless hitless ball. Side note: Fred Lewis was 0-for-3. Up next: Dallas Buck takes on Tennessee at 7:15.
- Bakersfield smoked Modesto 6-4. Stephen Hunt went yard in his first game with the Blaze, and J.C. Sulbaran had another decent start, going 5 innings of 4-run ball. Up next: The Blaze face Inland Empire at 10:05.
- Dayton beat Bowling Green 4-1 to extend their winning streak to 4 games. Daniel Tuttle pitched well, going 6 innings and giving up 1 run while striking out 6. Billy Hamilton had an off night on the basepaths, getting on base twice but getting caught stealing both times. Not a ton of luck with our guys in that department lately. Up next: Tim Crabbe takes on Great Lakes at 6:05.