The Sounds offense continued to sputter as they were shut out by Sacramento 2-0. Taylor Jungmann went seven innings and allowed just two runs but was tagged with the loss. Brent Leach tossed the final two scoreless innings. Pete Orr went 2-for-3 and Jason Rogers added a single for the only other Nashville base hit.
Huntsville dropped another game to Mobile on Tuesday by a score of 6-1. Brent Suter took the loss after going 5.1 innings and giving up four runs, two earned. Hector Gimenez doubled for the lone Stars extra-base hit. Josh Fellhauer, Shawn Zarraga, Nick Ramirez and Erik Komatsu each singled and drew a walk.
In a game suspended from July 10th, the Manatees scored 13 runs on 16 hits to defeat Lakeland 13-4. Hobbs Johnson was the original starter but Jorge Lopez was on the hill when the game resumed, going six innings and allowing four runs while earning his ninth win of the year. Stephen Peterson and Tyler Spurlin combined for the final three scoreless frames. Orlando Arcia went 3-for-6 with a home run. Tyrone Taylor singled three times and drew a walk and Cameron Garfield went 3-for-6 with a double and knocked in three runs.
The Manatees scored a run in the bottom of the eighth to top Lakeland 2-1. Michael Strong started and worked five scoreless. Martin Viramontes followed and allowed just one run in three innings to earn the win. Nathan Orf, Orlando Arcia and Jose Sermo each collected two hits and Parker Berberet added a single and a walk
The Rattlers jumped out to an early lead as they topped Beloit 6-2. Barrett Astin started and went six innings, giving up just one unearned run to pick up the win. Tristan Archer allowed one run over the final three innings to earn the save. Chris McFarland and Jose Pena each doubled while Michael Ratterree and Johnny Davis each added a single and a walk.
Missoula scored four in the third and beat Helena 5-3. Luis Ortega took the loss after going four innings and giving up five runs. Junior Rincon and Kaleb Earls each worked two scoreless innings of relief. Alan Sharkey singled, homered and walked and Brandon Diaz went 3-for-4 with a double.
The Angels were held scoreless for the first two innings, but then scored in every inning after as they rolled over the Brewers 12-5. Tyler Cravy started and took the loss after allowing just one unearned run on one hit in three innings. Miguel Diaz allowed four runs in two innings, Taylor Stark gave up three in an inning and Kodi Medeiros allowed four in two innings. Troy Stokes went 2-for-3 with a double and a walk while Jake Gatewood doubled and drew a pair of walks.