Diamondbacks affiliates took two out of three games played, with Visalia's game being suspended due to rain.
Performance(s) of the Day:
Pitcher: Bo Takahashi, Jackson 5.0IP 1 run 8 hits 1 walk 3 k 5:1 GO:AO
Matt Tabor, Kane County, 3.1 IP 4 hits 1 run 1BB 3K
Hitter: Andy Young, Jackson, 3-5 with a double
Wyatt Mathisen, Reno 2-3 with a three run home run
Abraham Almonte, Reno 2-5 double, Triple
Jose Herrera, Kane County, 3-5 with a double, knocked both of KC's runs.
Anthony Vasquez went six innings and allowed 3 runs on 10 hits (including a solo homer) and 2 walks, while striking out six. Joey Krehbiel struck out two and walked one in a hitless, scoreless seventh. Ben Taylor walked two and struck out three in a hitless, scoreless eighth. Kevin Ginkel allowed a hit, a walk, and struck out a batter in a scoreless ninth.
The Aces got on board in the bottom of the first when Matt Szczur doubled with one out, and Travis Snider singled him home. The Aviators tied it up in the top of the second, and scored another run in the top of the fourth to make it 2-1. The Aces then tied it back up when Yasmany Tomas tripled (!!) and scored on a Caleb Joseph sacrifice fly. The Aviators pulled ahead again by scoring a run in the top of the sixth, but once again the Aces not only tied it up in the bottom of the inning, but pulled ahead by four runs. The inning started with a Travis Snider walk, then Yasmany Tomas singled, and Wyatt Mathisen hit his seventh home run of the year, a three run bomb to right center. Caleb Joseph doubled, keeping the inning going, then scored later in the inning on another double off the bat of Abraham Almonte, putting the Aces up 6-3.
Bo Takahashi pitched five innings, allowing eight hits and a walk, while striking out three. The only run came on a solo homer in the third inning. Takahashi was relieved by Sam Lewis, who pitched allowed just walk in a scoreless sixth inning. Tyler Mark followed and pitched a hitless, scoreless seventh inning, though he walked the first batter he faced, threw a wild pitch in the midst of walking the second, then struck out the next batter he faced and caught the runner at second trying to steal third, then walked the third batter of the inning, only to get another well timed strikeout to get out of the jam. Lucas Luetge relieved Tyler Mark for the eighth inning, and likewise pitched a scoreless inning, though he allowed two hits, but walked none and struck out two. Damien Magnifico closed out the ninth, allowing a hit, a walk, and striking out a batter in a scoreless ninth.
Ben Deluzio got Jackson on the board when he singled to lead off the bottom of the first, advanced to second when Daulton Varsho was hit by a pitch, then third when Jamie Westbrook grounded out, and finally scored when Andy Young singled later in the inning. After Montgomery tied it up in the bottom of the third, it wouldn’t be until the top of the fifth inning that Jackson answered back with five runs. After Dominic Miroglio and Galli Cribbs Jr singled, Ben DeLuzio walked to load the bases. Daulton Varsho grounded into a force out with Miroglio out at home. Jamie Westbrook then singled, scoring Cribbs and DeLuzio. Pavin Smith would next come up short and line out, but Andy Young would come through with a double, scoring Varsho and Westbrook. Jazz Chisholm then reached on a fielding error, scoring Young to put the Generals up 6-1. In the top of the ninth, Jamie Westbrook and Pavin Smith walked, and Andy Young singled to load the bases with one out. Jazz Chisholm would go down on strikes, but Drew Ellis singled, scoring Westbrook and Smith, making the score 8-1.
Matt Tabor went 3.1 innings and allowed a run on four hits and a walk, while striking out three. Kenny Hernandez pitched 3.1 scoreless innings, allowed two hits and walked four, while striking out two. Wesley Rodriguez allowed just a par of hits and no walks while striking out two in 2.1 scoreless innings. Chester Pimentel pitched 1.1 innings, allowing a go ahead run in the 10th, and then four runs in the 11th while only getting one out. Pimentel in all allowed five runs, only two earned on a hit, two walks, and two hit by pitches. Catcher Zachery Almond contributed by allowing a passed ball that scored a run, not to mention that Ethan Larrison came on with the bases loaded and one out, and didn't help matters at all either, walking in two runs before getting the final two outs of the top of the 11th.
Jose Herrera knocked in both runs with a single that scored Alek Thomas in the bottom of the fifth, and a double in the bottom of the tenth that also scored Alek Thomas.