The Sounds managed just one run on two hits, and fell to Tacoma 2-1. Brad Mills, who is eligible to opt out of his contract as early as Sunday, started and went six innings, giving up two runs, one earned, and striking out seven. Jeremy Jeffress followed with two scoreless and Alfredo Figaro tossed a scoreless ninth. Pete Orr and Sean Halton each singled for the only two Nashville hits.
The Stars used a five runs sixth to knock off Chattanooga 7-5. Jason Rogers led the offense, going 3-for-4 with a double and two runs scored. Hainley Statia had two hits, including a home run. Shortstop Nick Shaw reached safely in all four trips to the plate with a single, a double and a pair of walks and Kentrail Davis added a 2-for-4 night that included a double. Jed Bradley made the start and allowed three runs in five innings of work. Brent Suter followed and was awarded the win despite allowing two runs in an inning and two-thirds. Tommy Toledo threw 1.1 scoreless innings and Casey Medlen closed the door in the ninth to notch his first save.
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The Manatees are off for the weekend as the Florida State League takes a pause for their All-Star break. Cameron Garfield, Damien Magnifico and Tyler Wagner represented the Manatees in the contest. Garfield went 0-for-1 in one at bat and Wagner worked a scoreless fifth inning, walking one and striking out one. Magnifico did not get in to the game for the North squad.
The Rattlers doubled up Quad Cities as Michael Ratterree and Paul Eshleman each homered for Wisconsin. Ratterree finished the night 3-for-5 with a double and a home run while Eshleman homered and singled twice in four trips to the plate. Clint Coulter singled, doubled and drew a walk. Trevor Seidenberger pitched 3.2 innings in relief of starter Tyler Alexander, and allowed just one run to pick up the win. Taylor Williams got the final three outs to earn the save.
The Brewers did it in the late innings again, coming up with five runs in the seventh to knock off the Blue Jays 7-3. Yerald Martinez led the way, going 3-for-4 with his first home run and knocking in four runs. Joantgel Segovia also had a 3-for-4 game while catcher Kevin Martinez singled and doubled in four at bats. Junior Flores started and went five innings, allowing just one run. Juan Diaz followed and gave up two unearned runs in 1.2 innings. Orlando Torrez worked the final 2.1 innings to pick up the win and improve his record to 2-0.
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