Norfolk Tides 7, Charlotte Knights 8
Not only was Alexi Casilla one of the best offensive performers, but he also turned in 1.1 innings on the mound. Jimmy Paredes hit a pair of doubles, while Jemile Weeks and Julio Borbon also doubled.
Josh Stinson allowed seven earned runs in 5.2 innings and Joe Saunders pitched 1.1 scoreless innings.
Bowie Baysox 1, Richmond Flying Squirrels 0
Nick Additon and friends combined to hold the Flying Squirrels to three hits. Oliver Drake picked up 28th save. Commensurate with the final score, not too much happened offensively. Garabez Rosa doubled and Michael Ohlman singled and walked. Ohlman's slash line for the season is down to .235/.307/.319.
Frederick Keys 4, Potomac Nationals 3 (1)
Mark Blackmar pitched his sixth consecutive quality start. Blackmar went all seven innings and allowed three earned runs. The righty struck out seven and induced eleven groundouts. Brenden Webb homered and Johnny Ruettiger had a 3-4 night.
Frederick Keys 1, Potomac Nationals 12 (2)
A fun game for P-Nats fans, perhaps. The Keys were held to one hit. Chih-Hsien Chiang WAS the offense as he homered and walked twice. Chiang was also caught stealing.
Keys pitching was, uh....led by Dennis Torres who walked four and allowed five earned runs in 2.1 innings. The Keys walked ten and struck out three. Not exactly a recipe for success.
Delmarva Shorebirds 3, Asheville Tourists 6
Dariel Delgado was solid over six innings, allowing only two earned runs and striking out four. The seldom spoken of Cuban defector has struck out 42 batters across 47.1 innings in Aberdeen and Delmarva this season.
Austin Wynns and Chance Sisco, who have switched off between catching and playing the DH regularly both doubled. Drew Dosch tripled.
Aberdeen Ironbirds 2, Lowell Spinners 3
The Ironbirds took the Spinners to the 10th, but Stefan Crichton allowed the go ahead in the top of the inning and the Ironbirds offense was unable to respond. Continuing on the road back to good health, Bobby Bundy pitched two perfect innings.
Jamill Moquete and Riley Palmer hit solo homers. Moquete has slugged .413 in his first professional season while Palmer has slugged .409.