Dbacks Affiliates won just four out of eight games played, so Snake Stars as anything worth mentioning is already mentioned below.
Matt Koch had a good start, going six innings and giving up just a a run on three hits and two walks, but Ryan Atkinson had an extremely rough outing to follow. Atkinson failed to get any outs while allowing four runs (three earned) thanks to a grand slam. Lucas Luetge followed with a 1-2-3 scoreless inning of work, and Connor Grey pitched two scoreless innings with a hit and two walks allowed. The Aces were 0-6 with runners in scoring position and left eight runners on base. The only real offense was a Yasmany Tomás solo homer in the eighth.
Cole Stapler walked none and struck out six innings, but allowed four runs on six hits and a pair of two run homeruns. Miguel Aguilar followed with a scoreless seventh, and Kevin McCanna pitched a scoreless eighth and ninth.
Drew Ellis was 2-4 with a pair of doubles, and a sac fly in the first. Ramon Hernandez hit a two run homer in the first, and knocked in a run with a sac fly in the third. Pavin Smith was 2-5 with a pair of singles, with both singles scoring a run thanks to an error on both plays.
Jazz Chisholm continued to just hit dingers, with a two run homerun in the eighth and a three run homerun in the ninth. Technically Chisholm had a single too, but he was caught stealing, so that really shouldn't count.
Justin Lewis walked none and struck out five three innings of work, but allowed five runs run on eight hits and hit by pitch. Jayson McKinley was much more impressive in his three innings of work, facing the minimum number of batters, while striking out seven. Luis Castilllo struck out four in his two innings of work, while allowing just a Breckin Williams walked one and struck out two in a scoreless ninth.
Down 5-2 going into the top of ninth, the Rawhide scored five runs to win this one. There were no extra base hits in the game, which makes the comeback even more impressive. LT Tolbert had a three hit game, While Luis Alejandro Basabe, JanCarlos Cintron, Jake McCarthy, and Tim Susnara all had two hit games.
Ryan Wiess pitched six scoreless innings, with two hits and three walks allowed, along with six strikeouts. Kenny Hernandez followed with two scoreless innings, with just a pair of hits allowed and three strikeouts.
The Cougars scored the first run in the first after Tra Holmes tripled and scored on a sac fly, and the second a run in the second after Blaze Alexander singled, advanced to third on a Zachery Almond single, and scored on sac fly.
Marcos Tineo allowed two runs on five hits, a wild pitch, a balk and three walks in four innings of work. Robby Baldwin allowed another three runs on four hits , a hit by pitch, and a wild pitch in two innings of work. Justin Garcia allowed another pair of runs on three hits (and two solo homers) in an inning and a third of work. Trevor McKenna had a scoreless outing though in an inningand two thirds of work.
The Hops scored a run in the fifth after Jorge Barrosa doubled and scored on a pair of sac fly and a ground out. Kristian Robinson added a run with a solo homer in the seventh. Barrosa reached on an error in the bottom of the ninth, and scored on a Tristin English double.
Austin Pope went 2/3 of inning to start the game, while allowing two runs on four hits and a walk. Edgar Martinez the pitched five and a third scoreless innings, with just three hits allowed, and five strikeouts. Liu Fuenmayor follows with two scoreless innings, with a pair of hits allowed, along with three strikeouts.
The lone run came in the fourth when Tristen Carranza doubled, and scored on a Spencer Brickhouse single.
Victor Rodriguez went three innings allowedtwo runs in six hits, a wild pitch, and a balk. Jeanpier Cova walked the only batter he faced and failed to get an out. Victor Martinez pitched a scoreless inning, but allowed the runner he inherited to score thanks to awalk and two wild pitches. Jean Marcelino pitched three and two thirds innings, and allowed four runs on five hits and a walk. Gabriel Vilera got the only batter he faced out.
The DBacks1 got on board first in the top of the third, after Edward Romero doubled, advanced on a fly ball, and scored on a Deivis Vegas single. The DBacks1 added another two runs in a crazy fifth, thanks a wild pitch allowing a runner to score, and a double steal involving Deivis Vegas stealing home.
With two outs in the bottom of the ninth and a scoreless game, Danyer Sanabria hit a solo homer to walk off the D-backs2.
Carlos Telleria pitched five scoreless innings, with five hits and two walks allowed, while striking out six. Luis Mendoza followed with two scoreless innings, with a pair of walks allowed. Jose Alcantara pitched one and two third scoreless innings with a walk allowed, and a pair of strikeouts. Edinson Soto faced one batter with two on and two ours, and got an out to end the top of the ninth.