The Sounds moved back over .500 with a 8-5 win over Salt Lake. Taylor Jungmann started and went six innings, allowing two runs to earn his third win since joining Nashville. Pete Orr collected three hits, Matt Pagnozzi went 2-for-4 with a homer and Hunter Morris and Caleb Gindl each added a single and a double. Logan Schafer and Eugenio Velez each doubled and walked while Hector Gomez went 1-for-3 with a walk.
The Stars put up six runs on ten hits as they knocked off Pensacola on Monday night. Kentrail Davis led the way, reaching base in all five of his plate appearances. Davis singled, doubled, walked twice and was hit by a pitch. Nick Shaw singled and drew two walks, while Shea Vucinich and D’Vontrey Richardson each added a double. Andy Moye started and got the win after not giving up a run over five innings. Greg Holle worked a scoreless sixth before Tim Dillard allowed a pair of runs in 1.2 innings. Jose De La Torre recorded the final four outs of the game for Huntsville.
The Manatees put up six runs in the second inning and topped the Blue Jays 7-4. Starter Austin Ross improved to 7-1 after going 7.1 innings and allowing four runs. Stephen Peterson recorded the final two outs of the eighth and Mark Williams worked a 1-2-3 ninth to record his fifth save. Yadiel Rivera went 3-for-4 with a double while Victor Roache singled and doubled in four at bats. Orlando Arcia and Nathan Orf each added two singles in five plate appearances.
The Timber Rattlers had the day off on Monday. They start a three game series at Kane County on Tuesday before returning to Wisconsin to open up a homestand on Friday night.
Devin Williams struggled in his second start of the season, giving up five runs on seven hits in five innings of work. Dustin DeMuth led the offense with two hits in four at bats. Shortstop Luis Aviles doubled while Dionis Hinojosa and Gregory McCall each singled for the only other Helena base hits.
The Brewers used a seven run fifth inning to knock off the Indians 9-1 on Monday night. Angel Ventura made the start for the Brewers and picked up the win after going five scoreless innings. Caleb Smith followed and gave up a run in two innings before Chad Reeves and Taylor Stark each threw a scoreless inning out of the pen. Monte Harrison hit his first home run of the season and was twice hit by a pitch. Milan Post and Sthervin Matos each added a double.
It was an ugly game all around for the Brewers. They were shut out on six hits, all singles while the pitching staff surrendered nine runs and the defense committed three errors. Nattino Diplan started and took the loss after giving up five runs, four earned over four innings. Yerald Martinez and Nicol Valderrey each reached base twice with a single and a walk. The other hits belonged to Nicolas Pierre, Franly Mallen, Johel Atencio and Franmy Pena.
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