El Paso scored five in the seventh as they came from behind to defeat Nashville 7-3. Ariel Pena started and went five innings, allowing one run. Arcenio Leon followed with an inning and a third in which he allowed three runs and Jose De La Torre also allowed three over the final inning and two-thirds. Leon was charged with the loss. Eugenio Velez finished the game 3-for-4 with a double while Irving Falu and Jason Rogers each added a triple.
The Stars were shutout for the second straight night as they lost to Tennessee 2-0. Austin Ross started and went five innings, allowing two runs. Eric Marzec followed with two scoreless and Kevin Shackelford tossed a scoreless eighth. Hector Gimenez doubled and walked while Shawn Zarraga, Robinzon Diaz and Erik Komatsu each singled and drew a walk.
The Manatees managed just one run on two hits as they fell to Dunedin 4-1. Chad Pierce made the spot start for Brevard and went five innings, allowing all four runs and was tagged with the loss. Trevor Seidenberger and Tyler Spurlin combined to work the final three innings without giving up a run. Greg Hopkins doubled and Tyrone Taylor singled and scored the only Manatees run.
Kane County took an early lead on the Rattlers and never trailed as Wisconsin dropped their second straight game. Barrett Astin took the loss after giving up five runs in four innings. Tristan Archer pitched the final five innings, allowing two runs. Steven Halcomb had the only multi-hit game for the Rattlers, going 2-for-3 with a double while Taylor Brennan doubled and knocked in a run.
Helena scored seven runs on 13 hits as they beat Ogden 7-1. J.B. Kole started and went five innings, giving up just one run. Josh Uhen worked a scoreless sixth and Tyler Linehan pitched three shutout innings to earn the save. Natanael Mejia had two hits and a walk. Sthervin Matos singled and doubled and Gregory Munoz, Brandon Diaz and Tucker Neuhaus each collected a pair of base hits.
Brewers pitchers allowed just one run as they beat the White Sox 4-1. Bubba Blau pitched the first inning and did not allow a run. Milton Gomez followed with five innings in which he gave up just one run and Gian Rizzo worked the final three scoreless innings to pick up the save. Troy Stokes went 2-for-3 with a walk and Monte Harrison singled, walked and stole two bases.
Joantgel Segovia had four hits in five at bats, but the Brewers fell to the Mets 4-2. Nelson Hernandez made the start and was charged with the loss after going six innings and giving up three runs. Axel Cordero tossed the final three innings and allowed one run. Juan De Los Santos, Nicolas Pierre and Franly Mallen each added two hits.