Buffalo lost the opener, which was a continuation of Monday's game, 3-1. Buffalo was only able to find 5 hits in the first game, so they didn't have a lot of baserunners to work with. Buffalo did turn the unusual 1-4-2 double play, so that was interesting.
- Felix Doubront started and allowed 2 runs in his 3 innings prior to the suspension of the game.
- Andrew Albers allowed a run in 4.1 innings
- Gregory Infante finished up with 0.2 scoreless
Steve Tolleson went 1-4 with an RBI and a strike out
- Caleb Gindl, Andy Burns, Alex Hassan & Jonathan Diaz each had a hit
Buffalo found a little more offense in the second game, as they picked up 8 hits in a 3-1 win over Lehigh Valley.
- Jeff Francis started and went 6 innings, allowing a run on 3 hits and striking out 5
- Bobby Korecky threw a shutout inning
- Matt Hague had 3 hits
- Munenori Kawasaki had a double
- Caleb Gindl, Andy Burns, Josh Thole & Ramon Santiago each had a hit
New Hampshire fell behind, scored 3 to take the lead, but allowed Erie to tie the game and then take the lead in the 8th for a 6-3 win.NH only picked up 4 hits on the night, which made scoring runs difficult. Plus the Fisher Cats made 3 errors
- Taylor Cole allowed 3 runs (2 earned) on 8 hits in 6 innings. He struck out 4
- Danny Barnes allowed 3 unearned runs in 2 innings to take the loss. He allowed 3 hits and a walk
- Dalton Pompey had another 2 hit game, although he was thrown out trying to stretch one in to a double, and struck out twice
Ryan Schimpf hit a 3-run HR for NH, his 7th for NH (9th overall this year). His next HR will be his 100th professional dinger
- Jon Berti had the other NH hit
Dunedin played a tight game for the first half, but fell apart late as they fell 6-1 to Palm Beach. Dunedin had 8 singles & a walk. Palm Beach had 12 hits and 5 walks.
- Jeff Hoffman started and went 5.2 innings. The first 5 innings were decent, but the 6th saw Hoffman allow 4 singles and a walk. He was hurt by an error as well, but overall, he allowed 3 runs on 9 hits and 3 walks, while only striking out 1
- Phil Kish threw 1.1 scoreless innings
- Matt Smoral had another rough outing, allowing 3 runs on 2 hits, a walk and a hit batter in 0.1 innings.
- Backup catcher Chris Schaeffer threw 0.2 innings to close the inning out, recording 2 ground outs and a walk
Roemon Fields had 2 hits and made a fielding error.
- J.D. Davis, L.B. Dantzler, Matt Dean, Mitch Nay, Dawel Lugo & Martin Medina each had a hit
Lansing got a good start and found more offense late in a 13-3 win over Bowling Green. The win puts Lansing up 1 game on Great Lakes & Bowling Green with 5 to go. Lansing still has 2 more with Bowling Green & then 3 with Great Lakes to wrap up the first half.Lansing had the big sticks working in this one, as they had 17 hits, including 3 doubles, 2 triples and 4 HR's
- Starlyn Suriel started and went 6 shut out innings. Suriel allowed 6 hits and a walk, while striking out 1
- Dusty Isaacs allowed 3 runs, 2 earned, in 2 innings of relief
- had a scoreless inning
- Anthony Alford had 4 hits to break out of his slump. He finished a HR short of the cycle, scored 2 runs and drove in 2
- Chris Carlson had a 4 hit game, finishing a double short of the cycle. He hit his 1st HR of the year
- Jason Leblebijian had a big game, with 2 HR's, driving in 3
Richard Urena hit his 11th HR to keep his gap at the top of the leaderboard. Urena also had 2 errors
- Josh Almonte had 2 hits
- Ryan McBroom & Tim Locastro both had doubles. Locastro was also hit by a pitch
- Rowdy Tellez also had a hit & made 2 errors in the field
The DSL Jays got beat up early, allowing 6 runs in the first 3 innings and weren't quite able to complete the comeback, as they lost 10-9. The Jays did score 4 in the 9th to make it close, but couldn't find the equalizer
- Randy Wolf starts for Buffalo against Lehigh Valley
- Joel Pineiro throws for New Hampshire against Erie, as the Baby Jays toss all their old MLB starters out today
Murphy Smith gets the ball for Dunedin as they take on Palm Beach
- Sean Reid-Foley starts as the Lugnuts look to extend their lead against Bowling Green
- The DSL Jays take on the D-Backs