- 3 stars: Ketel Marte, Reno - 3-for-4, two RBI, BB, SB
- 2 stars: Kyle Smith, Kane County - 2-for-4, R, DBL, HR, three RBI
- 1 star: Carlos Rivero, Reno - 3-for-5, two R, two DBL, RBI
- 0 stars: Austin Mason, Kane County: 0.1 IP, 3 H, 4 R , 4 ER, 1 BB, 1 SO, L (1-2)
A relatively light slate, with just three games yesterday, and only one winner - though Kane County may be wondering what hit them...
Triple-A Reno 9, Salt Lake 4 - The Aces hit their way to victory, knocking out 16 hits, while Zack Godley and crew held the Bees to five hits and just one earned run. There were three-hit games for SS Ildemaro Vargas, 2B Ketel Marte and 3B Carlos Rivero, while RF Kristopher Negron had two hits and a walk. Godley went 6.1 innings, but his own error in the fifth inning opened the door for Salt Lake to score three unearned runs. He allowed one earned run on two hits, but did walk five while fanning eight.
High-A Visalia 0, Stockton 8 - The Rawhide were six-hit by the Ports, with 1B Marty Herum getting two of those hits, including a double. They only managed three at-bats with a runner in scoring position, and failed to do anything there. Starter Trevor Simms lasted only 3.1 innings, being charged with seven runs, all earned, on seven hits and two walks, with three strikeouts. Miguel Aguilar pitched well in long relief, tossing 3.2 scoreless frames with five strikeouts.
Class-A Kane County 6 @ South Bend 7 - The Cougars had a three-run lead in the bottom of the ninth, but Austin Mason and Tyler Mark couldn’t get it done. They combined for three hits, three walks (one intentional) and a pair of wild pitches, as the Cubs walked it off with two outs. Jon Duplantier gave up three runs on three hits, three walks and five strikeouts over five innings. 1B Kyle Smith homered (#3), doubled and drove in three, and LF Luis Silvero had two hits and a walk.