The Sounds put up nine runs on just six hits to win their fourth game in a row, defeating Memphis 9-4. Sean Halton doubled, homered and knocked in a run while Matt Pagnozzi also had two hits in four at bats. Mike Fiers started and went four innings, allowing three runs, two earned before giving way to Johnnie Lowe. Lowe worked 2.2 innings without allowing a run to pick up the win.
Huntsville was blanked by Mississippi 6-0 on Monday evening as starter Jed Bradley allowed five runs in four innings of work and fell to 1-4. Greg Holle followed with two scoreless and Tanner Poppe pitched the final two frames, allowing a run. Yadiel Rivera went 2-for-3 with a triple while Nick Shaw also contributed two base hits. Kentrail Davis and Nick Ramirez each singled for the only other Huntsville hits.
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The Manatees were off on Monday. They are back on the diamond on Tuesday night in Daytona when they travel to start a series with the Cubs.
The Bees used a four run sixth inning to knock off the Rattlers 4-3 on Monday afternoon. Victor Diaz started and took the loss after giving up three runs in five innings of work. Diaz had gotten through five scoreless but loaded the bases in the sixth before giving way to Trevor Seidenberger. Seidenberger walked in a run and threw a pair of pitches in the dirt which catcher Clint Coulter was unable to block which allowed the tying and go-ahead runs to score. Chris McFarland and Steven Halcomb each had two hits for Wisconsin and Rafael Neda added his second home run of the season.
Helena tried to mount a late rally and brought the tying run to the plate in the ninth, but Billings hung on for the 12-8 win. Mitch Meyer singled, walked and homered for the Brewers while Tucker Neuhaus added a walk, single and double. Gregory McCall went 2-for-5 with a double, Alan Sharkey doubled and drew a pair of walks and Dustin DeMuth and Elvis Rubio each contributed two singles. Luis Ortega took the loss after giving up six earned runs in three innings.
Trailing 5-2 in the bottom of the ninth, the Brewers put up three runs to send the game to extras, but the Mariners pushed across a run in the 14th to come away with the 6-5 win. Bubba Blau started and went three innings, allowing one run before giving way to Milton Gomez who pitched four and gave up two runs, one earned. Kaleb Earls took the loss for the Brewers after going four innings and allowing just the one run in the 14th that proved to be the winning run. Jacob Gatewood had two singles, a double and a walk to pace the Brewers offense while Monte Harrison walked, singled and doubled. Juan Ortiz had three hits in seven at bats and Carlos Belonis and Tanner Norton each collected two base hits.
The Brewers fell back to .500, losing by a score of 5-1 as starting pitcher Nattino Diplan gave up five runs, though only two were earned, over five innings and took the loss. Pedro Peguero, Orlando Torrez and Axel Cordero combined for four scoreless innings of relief. Johel Atencio had the only multi-hit game for the Brewers. The 17-year-old Atencio went 2-for-4 with a double to raise his season average to .322. Franly Mallen and Nicol Valderrey each singled for the only other hits for the Brewers.
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