- Louisville lost another one by the hands of their bullpen, dropping a 6-5 loss to Buffalo. Scott Carroll gave up 3 runs in 5 innings, but Jerry Gil blew a 1-run lead in the bottom of the 9th (after the Bats came back from a 1-run deficit of their own in the top of the inning). Todd Frazier and Zack Cozart had 3 hits each, with the latter hitting his 2nd homer of the year. Up next: Chad Reineke takes on Buffalo at 7:05.
- Carolina lost 5-3 to Montgomery. Travis Webb gave up 4 runs in 5 innings in his start, and Kevin Coddington led the Mudcats with 2 hits. Nothing else happened. Up next: James Avery takes the mound against the Biscuits at 7:15.
- Bakersfield beat Lake Elsinore 8-4 behind yet another offensive explosion. The Blaze combined for 14 hits overall (but no home runs), and every starter had at least one hit, with Brodie Greene and Yasmani Grandal with 3 each and Stephen Hunt adding two of his own. Curtis Partch got the start and gave up 4 runs (3 ER) in 6 innings. Clayton Shunick pitched 3 shutout innings of relief (with a 4-run lead) to earn one of those weirdly defined "saves". Up next: J.C. Sulbaran takes the hill as the Blaze battle San Jose, first pitch is at 10:15 our time.
- Dayton won 4-2 against South Bend to break their 5 game losing streak. Daniel Corcino gave up 2 runs in 5 innings. The bullpen did a great job to keep the Dragons in the game, with Daniel Wolford, Blaine Howell, and Drew Hayes combining for 4 shutout innings of relief. 7 of the Dayton starters had a hit in the game) but nobody had more than one) and Billy Hamilton stole his 21st base of the season so far. Up next: Daniel Tuttle takes the hill against South Bend at 7.