After Round Rock scored two runs in the top half of the seventh, Nashville answered back with three in the bottom of the seventh to win game one on Matt Clark’s two-run walk-off home run. Michael Blazek started and went 6.1 innings, giving up just one run. Alfredo Figaro relieved him and allowed a two-run homer but was credited with the win after the Sounds comeback. Clark finished the game 3-for-3 while Logan Schafer and Jason Rogers each added two hits.
The Sounds scored two runs in the fifth as they took game two of their doubleheader by a score of 2-1. Jay Jackson made his Nashville debut, going four scoreless and striking out seven. Jose De La Torre worked an inning and third without allowing a run to pick up the win. Brent Leach got the final out of the sixth and Dustin Molleken worked a clean seventh to earn his fourth save. Adam Weisenburger doubled and walked in his Triple-A debut and Logan Schafer singled and knocked in a pair of runs.
Huntsville got six innings of one run baseball from starter Jed Bradley as he earned his fifth win of the year. Tim Dillard worked two scoreless innings of relief and Kevin Shackelford pitched the ninth, giving up one run. Josh Fellhauer went 3-for-5. Josh Prince went 2-for-4 with a double and Erik Komatsu added a single and a walk.
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The Manatees were off on Friday. They begin a series with Clearwater on Saturday with a doubleheader starting at 4:05 pm CST.
Peoria scored three runs in the eighth to break open a 2-2 tie and knock of Wisconsin 5-2. Javier Salas made the start and went five innings, allowing two runs. Victor Diaz worked three frames and gave up three runs as he took the loss. Angel Ortega was 2-for-3 while Omar Garcia added a double and his 42nd stolen base of the season.
Helena was shut out as they fell to Ogden 8-0. Luis Ortega started and took the loss after giving up three runs in four innings. Cy Sneed followed and was tagged for four runs in 2.2 innings. Connor Narros doubled for the only Helena extra base hit. Francisco Castillo, Brandon Diaz, Alan Sharkey and Edgardo Rivera each singled.
The A’s scored three runs in the eighth to knock off the Brewers 6-3. Angel Ventura started and went five innings, giving up two runs and striking out ten. Jordan Yamamoto worked two innings and allowed one run. Caleb Smith pitched the eighth, allowing three runs and was charged with the loss. Carlos Belonis went 2-for-4 with a double. Jake Gatewood also had two hits and Juan Ortiz singled and drew a pair of walks.
Nelson Hernandez gave up six runs in three innings of work and was charged with the loss as the Brewers were thumped by the Tigers 13-4. The bullpen fared no better as Juan Diaz, Jesus Brea and Boanerges Nova combined to allow seven runs over the final six innings. Nicolas Pierre hit his team leading sixth home run of the season and drove in three of the Brewers four runs. Joantgel Segovia singled and walked in three plate appearances before being replaced by Raphachel Colatosti who went 2-for-2 with an RBI.