The Sounds fell behind early and couldn’t mount a comeback, losing 8-2. Jay Jackson started and took the loss, allowing six runs in three innings. Matt Clark led the offense for Nashville, going 2-for-4 with a home run. Jeremy Hermida doubled and walked while Logan Schafer and Hector Gomez each added a double.
Drew Gagnon went seven innings, allowing two runs to pick up the win as Huntsville beat Tennessee 5-2. David Goforth worked a scoreless ninth to earn his 24th save of the season. Yadiel Rivera homered and walked while Hector Gimenez and Hainley Statia each added two hits.
The Manatees used a five run fourth inning to knock off Daytona in game one 5-1. Tyler Wagner started and went six innings, allowing just one unearned run while striking out seven to earn the win. Victor Roache singled, homered and walked while Orlando Arcia had three hits and a walk and Cameron Garfield and Brandon Macias each added two hits.
Daytona scored single runs in the fifth, sixth and seventh innings as they came from behind to defeat Brevard 3-2. Taylor Williams worked all six innings, giving up three runs, two earned and was tagged with the loss. Michael Reed homered for the Manatees and Brandon Macias added a single and a double.
Clinton scored three in the eighth to defeat the Timber Rattlers 4-2. Clint Terry started and went six innings, allowing just one run. Seth Harvey followed with a scoreless seventh, but Chad Thompson gave up three runs in two innings of work to take the loss. Michael Ratterree went 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles. Omar Garcia singled and doubled and David Denson singled and drew two walks.
The Brewers managed just one run on a Sthervin Matos home run as they lost to Idaho Falls 3-1. Brandon Woodruff started and went five innings, allowing just an unearned run. Devin Williams followed with four innings in which he allowed two runs, though both unearned, but was tagged with the loss. Mitch Meyer had two hits in four at bats and Gregory Munoz singled and walked.
AZL Giants, AZL BREWERS
The Brewers and Giants were rained out on Tuesday. The two teams will play a doubleheader on Wednesday starting at 6:00 pm
The Blue Jays scored eight runs in the third inning as they hammered the Brewers 12-3. Orlando Torrez started but went just 2.2 innings, giving up seven runs and was charged with the loss. Jesus Brea followed with 2.1 innings, giving up three runs, and Boanerges Nova tossed the final three innings, giving up two runs. Johel Atencio went 2-for-3 with a double. Yerald Martinez, Henry Correa and Julio Mendez each added a double.