The Sounds finally got back on the winning track behind ace Jimmy Nelson who went seven innings and allowed three runs to improve his record to 8-2. Jeremy Hermida went 3-for-4 with a home run to lead the Nashville offensive attack. First baseman Hunter Morris also had three hits, going 3-for-5 with a double and two runs scored. Matt Pagnozzi also homered for the Sounds as part of a 2-for-4 night. Pete Orr and Sean Halton each contributed two hits as well.
The Stars tallied two runs in the seventh to pull ahead of Pensacola and knock off the Blue Wahoos by a score of 5-4. Jason Rogers led the way going 3-for-5 with two runs batted in. Greg Hopkins doubled and walked while Kentrail Davis, Shea Vucinich, Shawn Zarraga and Josh Prince each chipped in a single and a walk. Drew Gagnon started and went five innings, allowing four runs. Jose De La Torre followed with two scoreless innings and earned the win with David Goforth tossing the final two innings to earn the save.
Dunedin jumped out to an early lead and went on to knock off the Manatees 5-3. Jorge Lopez was charged with his third loss of the season after giving up four runs in three innings of work. Yadiel Rivera had the lone multi-hit game for Brevard, going 2-for-4. Victor Roache doubled and Cameron Garfield, Nicky Delmonico and Nathan Orf each singled for the other BC hits.
The Timber Rattlers scored a run in the seventh and two in the eighth to knock off the Bees 5-3. Barrett Astin started and went four innings, before giving way to Tyler Spurlin who worked the fifth and the sixth. Clint Terry came on for the final three frames and picked up the win, holding Burlington scoreless and striking out five. Omar Garcia had a pair of singles while Rafael Neda and Taylor Brennan each added a double.
The Brewers used a three run ninth inning to break open a 6-6 tie and knock off Missoula on Saturday night. Dustin DeMuth had two singles, a double and triple to lead the Helena hit parade. Catcher Gregory McCall went 3-for-4 with a double. Brandon Diaz singled and homered, Gregory Munoz singled and tripled, and Dionis Hinojosa singled and doubled. Josh Uhen started and allowed three runs in four innings of work. Donnie Hissa, Zach Hirsch and Luke Curtis each followed with a scoreless inning of relief and Tyler Linehan picked up the win, despite allowing three runs in two innings.
Miguel Diaz, David Carver and Kaleb Earls combined to hold the Reds to one run as the Brewers improved to 2-0. Diaz started and went five innings, allowing just one run. Carver worked two clean innings to earn the win and Earls tossed a scoreless eight and ninth to pick up the save. First baseman Tanner Norton went 2-for-3 and drove in a pair of runs. Third baseman Sthervin Matos walked, doubled and stole a base, leadoff hitter Troy Stokes added a double and second baseman Daniel Leonardo went 1-for-3.
The Brewers rallied from a 0-3 deficit in the ninth to tie the game but the Tigers pushed a run across in the tenth off of reliever Doni Arias to knock off the Brewers 4-3. Outfielder Joantgel Segovia collected three more hits to pace the Brewers offense. First baseman Nicol Valderrey was 1-for-4 with a RBI while shortstop Julio Mendez added two hits and scored a run.
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