The Sounds offense exploded for nine runs on 16 hits as they beat the isotopes 9-3. Jason Rogers led the way, going 4-for-5 with two doubles and a home run. Hector Gomez fell just a single shy of the cycle, going 3-for-5 with a double, triple and home run while Matt Clark walked, doubled and homered in five plate appearances. Donovan Hand started and picked up the win after going 5.2 innings and allowing three runs.
Jackson, HUNTSVILLE PPD (Rain)
Huntsville’s game with Jackson was postponed due to bad weather. The two teams will play a doubleheader on Tuesday with the first game starting at 5:30 pm.
Tyler Wagner and Jon Huizinga combined to shutout Tampa and Alfredo Rodriguez hit a grand slam as the Manatees won 8-0. Wagner went seven scoreless, scattering five hits while striking out eight to pick up the win. Tyrone Taylor collected three hits in five at bats and Victor Roache drew three walks.
Clinton scored ten runs as they doubled up the Timber Rattlers 10-5. Chad Thompson started and went three innings, allowing three runs and was charged with the loss. Michael Ratterree, Clint Coulter and Angel Ortega each picked up three hits for the Rattlers while David Denson added a double and a walk in four trips to the plate.
Helena managed just one run on three hits as they fell to Ogden 7-1. Jorge Ortega went six innings, giving up three runs and was charged with the loss. Alan Sharkey reached base safely in all four of his trips to the plate, drawing a pair of walks to go along with a single and a double. Tucker Neuhaus doubled for the only other Helena hit.
The Brewers got home runs from Jake Gatewood and Jorge Quiterio as they beat the Rangers 10-5. Gatewood finished the game 3-for-5 with a stolen base and four runs batted in. Yunior Santana and Elvis Rubio each added two hits with Santana also swiping two bases. Caleb Smith started and went two innings, allowing two runs without a hit as he walked five. Angel Ventura followed with four innings, giving up two runs and earned the win. Jordan Yamamoto worked two scoreless and Kaleb Earls retired the side in the ninth.
Brewers pitchers gave up 12 runs on 16 hits as they dropped another game to the Tigers by a score of 12-6. Nattino Diplan started and allowed eight runs in three innings, falling to 0-5 on the season. Boanerges Nova followed with four innings in which he gave up just one run and Juan Diaz worked the final two, allowing three runs. Yerald Martinez had the lone multi-hit game for the Brewers, going 2-for-4 with a double and a walk. Franmy Pena tripled, walked and drove in three runs. Julio Mendez also tripled while Juan De Los Santos and Nicol Valderrey each added a double.