Hector Gomez’s eighth inning single plated Matt Pagnozzi with the go-ahead run as the Sounds knocked off Reno 3-2. Jimmy Nelson got the start for Nashville and went six innings, allowing just one run and striking out ten. Jeremy Jeffress earned the win while Donovan Hand picked up his 13th save. The Sounds managed only five hits with Jeremy Hermida and Hunter Morris each contributing a double and a walk, but it was enough for the win.
Kentrail Davis knocked in Adam Weisenberger with an 11th inning double to lead the Stars over the Lookouts 3-2. Davis reached base three times with a single, a double and a walk, while teammate Mitch Haniger hit two home runs for the second night in a row. Jason Rogers and Shea Vucinich each picked up a pair of hits as well. Tyler Cravy started and went seven innings, allowing two runs. Jose De La Torre followed with a scoreless eighth and Casey Medlen hurled three shutout innings to pick up the win.
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The Manatees and Tigers were once again rained out on Wednesday night. The two teams will try to play a doubleheader on Thursday starting at 9:30 am CST. The game originally scheduled for Tuesday has been cancelled as the two teams do not play each other again in the first half.
The Timber Rattlers used a four run sixth inning to knock off Beloit 6-2. Tristan Archer started and went 5.2 innings, allowing two runs. Zach Quintana followed with 3.1 scoreless innings to pick up his first win of the season. Jose Pena went 2-for-4 with a double. Steven Halcomb and Rafael Neda each collected two hits, and Angel Ortega doubled, walked and knocked in two runs.
The Brewers put up five runs in the first, but it was all Braves from there as they knocked off the Brewers 11-5. Yosmer Leal got the start and went five innings, allowing five runs, though only two were earned. Marcos Padilla came on after Leal and wound up taking the loss after giving up three runs, one earned in just two-thirds of an inning. Franly Mallen went 3-for-4 with a double and a walk and Kevin Martinez also reached base four times, going 3-for-4 with a walk and a pair of stolen bases. Raphachel Colatosti was 2-for-4 with a walk.
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