- Louisville beat Columbus in a 13-inning marathon 5-4. Dontrelle Willis was originially slated to start this one, but was scratched and replaced with Tom Cochran. Word is after Arroyo suffered some dizziness while throwing a bullpen session, the brass made the call to take D-Train out in case he needed to pitch Wednesday, but indications now are that Arroyo will be able to go. Could be an interesting few days. Devin Mesoraco tripled and homered, his 9th of the year. Up next: Chad Reineke is starting against Columbus at 7:15, but that could change.
- Carolina's game is currently 5-5 in the 11th inning. They battled a rain delay for almost 2 hours, and league rules called the game after the 10th inning (presumably because it was so late). They'll resume in the 11th at 6:15 before tonight's scheduled game with Jacksonville, with Brandon Hynick taking the mound in the "second game".
- Bakersfield got shelled 10-1 by Lancaster. Curtis Partch had another rough start, and the JetHawks had a no-hitter until the 6th when Carlos Mendez doubled. Didi Gregorius singled him in for the only run. Up next: Lancaster at 10, no starter announced.
- Dayton beat South Bend 5-4 thanks to some late inning heroics to push their winning streak to 4. Daniel Renken broke the quality start streak at 5 with 5 innings of work, where he only gave up 2 runs (1 earned) and struck out 6. Juan Duran and Billy Hamilton had two hits each, and Jefry Sierra's 3-run triple in the 9th was the difference maker. Up next: Kyle Lotzkar takes on South Bend at 1.
- Billings lost to Missoula 9-7. Ismael Guillon gave up 6 runs (4 of them earned) in 4 1/3 innings, and El'Hajj Muhammad struck out 6 in 2 2/3 innings of relief, where he gave up 2 runs and earned the loss. Sean Buckley had 2 hits and Robert Maddox hit his 3rd homer of the year. Up next: Wes Mugarian gets Great Falls at 9:05.
- The AZL Reds won in extras over the AZL Diamondbacks 5-4. Jordan Smith pitched another inning of rehab and gave up 1 run this time, and Daniel Tuttle got the 2nd inning start and went 6 innings of 3-run ball. Brandon Dailey was 3-for-5 with a triple and 2 runs scored, and Juan Morillo, Tim Matthews, and Juan Perez all had multi-hit games. Up next: AZL Royals at 10.