The Sounds put up a seven spot in the sixth inning as they defeated Memphis 8-5. Logan Schafer led the way, going 4-for-5 with a double and two runs batted in. Hector Gomez and Shawn Zarraga each went 2-for-4 with a double. Caleb Gindl added a double, Jeremy Hermida homered and walked twice, and Sean Halton and Eugenio Velez contributed two base hits. Ariel Pena started and went 5.2 innings, allowing three runs before giving way to Alfredo Figaro who got the final out of the sixth to pick up the win.
The Stars collected nine hits, but managed just one run as they fell to Mississippi. D’Vontrey Richardson went 3-for-4 while Kentrail Davis and Nick Ramirez each added a single and a walk. Drew Gagnon worked six innings, allowing three runs and was charged with the loss. Eric Marzec and Tim Dillard each tossed a scoreless inning of relief.
Tyler Wagner turned in a fantastic start, twirling seven innings of shutout baseball to earn his seventh win of the year. Kevin Shackelford worked the final two innings to pick up the save. Tyrone Taylor went 2-for-4 with a double while Mike Garza added two singled and Cameron Garfield singled and walked.
The Timber Rattlers outlasted Cedar Rapids in a pitcher’s duel, picking up a 1-0 walk-off win in 12 innings. Zach Quintana started and went six scoreless innings before turning the game over to Tristan Archer who also went six innings without allowing a run to earn the win. Rafael Neda reached base safely in all four of his plate appearances. He singled twice, walked, and was hit by a pitch while Chris McFarland added a single and a walk.
Helena pitchers allowed just one run as they beat Great Falls 3-1. J.B. Kole started and gave up one run in four innings. Josh Uhen worked three scoreless and earned the win while Zach Hirsch tossed the final two innings without allowing a run to pick up the save. Dustin DeMuth continued to hammer Pioneer League pitching, going 3-for-4, Luis Aviles doubled and tripled, and Eric Williams contributed two hits in four at bats.
The Mariners scored four runs in the seventh to knock the Brewers 4-1. David Carver started and went four innings without allowing a run before giving way to Miguel Diaz. Diaz was charged with all four runs, two earned, in three innings and took the loss. The Brewers managed just one hit, a single by Juan Ortiz but did manage seven walks, including three by Yunior Santana.
The Brewers used a four run eighth inning to knock off the Yankees by a score of 5-2. Rodrigo Benoit got the start and went five innings, allowing just one unearned run. He was followed by Melvin Tejada who worked the final four innings, also allowing just an unearned run to pick up the win. Joantgel Segovia picked up two hits in four at bats out of the leadoff spot while Franly Mallen and Johel Atencio each contributed a double.