Toledo 7, Rochester 3 in Rochester. Two ninth-inning Red Wings runs made the score seem closer than the game was. Rene Tosoni singled and homered, Ben Revere homered, and Aaron Bates had two hits. Scott Diamond allowed four runs on six hits and two walks in 5.2 innings, although he did strike out seven. Carlos Gutierrez surrendered three runs in one inning of work.
New Hampshire 7, New Britain 6 in New Hampshire. The Fisher Cats scored five runs in the ninth to take the comeback victory. The runs were scored off Tyler Robertson, who took the loss. Bobby Lanigan pitched 6.2 innings, giving up two runs on six hits and three walks. Evan Bigley had two singles and a double, Daniel Rohlfing and Chris Cates each had two hits, and Joe Benson homered.
Ft. Myers—No games scheduled.
Beloit 7, Clinton 1 in Clinton (Game 1—Scheduled 7 innings). The Snappers scored two in each of the second, fifth, and sixth innings. Lance Ray singled and doubled. Adrian Salcedo got the complete game victory, giving up four hits and two walks.
Beloit 2, Clinton 1 in Clinton (Game 2—8 innings—Scheduled 7 innings). Nate Roberts’ single scored Jamaal Hawkins with the winning run. Wang-Wei Lin had three hits. Starter Ryan O’Rourke pitched three innings, giving up a run on four hits and a walk. Andrei Lobanov followed with two shutout innings, and Jose Gonzalez then worked 2.2 scoreless innings to get the win. Michael Tonkin struck out the only man he faced to get the save.
DSL Orioles 3, Twins 0 (ended in eighth inning—rain). The Twins had only two hits. Starter Junior Subero took a tough loss, allowing an unearned run on a hit and a walk in three innings.