New Orleans rolled over Nashville 7-1. Donovan Hand started and took the loss after giving up seven runs on eleven hits in four innings. Arcenio Leon, Dustin Molleken and Alfredo Figaro combined to work the final four frames without giving up a run. The Sounds managed just four hits. A double by Logan Schafer and singles from Sean Halton, Hector Gomez and Matt Pagnozzi.
Huntsville was off on Tuesday. They return to play on Wednesday night when they open a series in Birmingham against the Barons.
Tampa scored three runs in the ninth inning to defeat Brevard 5-2. Jorge Lopez started and went six innings, allowing two runs. Martin Viramontes followed and was tagged with the loss after giving up three runs in an inning and a third. Michael Reed singled, doubled and drew two walks. Victor Roache went 2-for-4 with a triple and Orlando Arcia added a single and a double.
The Timber Rattlers were shut out by Cedar Rapids 9-0. Barrett Astin started and took the loss, going four innings and giving up all nine runs, five earned. Clint Terry worked the final four innings without allowing a run or a hit. Taylor Brennan singled, doubled and walked in five plate appearances while Angel Ortega doubled and walked and David Denson singled and drew a base on balls.
HELENA, Idaho Falls PPD (Rain)
Helena’s game against Idaho Falls was rained out on Wednesday. The two teams will play a doubleheader on Thursday night.
The Mariners broke a 3-3 tie with two runs in the sixth and topped the Brewers 5-3. Milton Gomez made the start and went four innings, allowing three runs, two earned. Brock Hudgens went two innings, allowing two runs, and was charged with the loss. Jake Gatewood went 2-for-3 with a walk. Monte Harrison singled and was hit by a pitch and Jorge Quiterio added a base hit and a walk.
The Brewers scored a run in the seventh and another in the eighth and Orlando Torres tossed seven scoreless innings as the Brewers beat the Braves 2-0. Melvin Tejada worked the final two innings to preserve the shutout and pick up the save. Joantgel Segovia collected two hits in four at bats. Kevin Martinez and Juan De Los Santos each singled and walked. Raphachel Colatosti and Roosevert Chal singled for the other Brewers base hits.
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