Taylor Jungmann allowed five earned runs in five innings as the Sounds lost to Memphis 7-5. Jeremy Hermida had the lone multi-hit game for Nashville, going 2-for-3 with a home run, a walk, and three runs batted in. Eugenio Velez, Hector Gomez and Logan Schafer each added a double.
Mississippi hung all seven runs on the Stars in the first two innings off starter Andy Moye who suffered his first Double-A loss of the season. Nick Shaw went 2-for-3 with two doubles and D’Vontrey Richardson added a 2-for-3 game that also included a double. Nick Ramirez and Robinzon Diaz each doubled as well for the Stars.
BREVARD COUNTY, Daytona PPD (Rain)
The Manatees game at Daytona was rained out on Thursday. It will be made up as part of a doubleheader in August.
The Timber Rattlers used a four run second inning to help them knock off Cedar Rapids 5-3. Taylor Brennan led the Wisconsin offense, going 2-for-4 with a home run. Rafael Neda also added a pair of hits, both doubles, and Johnny Davis, singled, walked twice and stole a base. Tyler Alexander started and went five innings, allowing only one earned run to pick up the win. Taylor Williams worked the final four and also gave up only one run to earn the save.
Great Falls edged Helena by a run as Devin Williams suffered his second loss after giving up three runs, two earned in five innings. Tucker Neuhuas doubled for the only Helena extra-base hit while Francisco Castillo singled and walked in four plate appearances.
The Angels put up five runs in the ninth to break open a close game and knock off the Brewers 9-6 on Thursday afternoon. Troy Stokes reached base three times for the Brewers, collecting a single, double and a walk while knocking in three runs and stealing his ninth base of the season. Carlos Belonis entered the game as a pinch runner and scored two runs. Jim Henderson started for the Brewers and allowed just one hit in 1.1 innings. Caleb Smith followed and went 2.2 before giving way to Angel Ventura who went three innings and allowed only one run. Alex Lavandero came on after Ventura and was charged with the loss after giving up a run in his one inning of action.
Brewers pitchers allowed 12 runs on 19 hits as they fell to the Tigers. Joan De La Cruz started and took the loss after giving up four runs in five innings. Johel Atencio and Yerald Martinez each picked up two hits with Martinez also drawing a walk. Raphachel Colatsoti added a double and a walk.