Minor Details: Games of 7/1

Rochester 8, Pawtucket 4 in Pawtucket.  The Red Wings built a 6-0 lead after three and a half innings.  Dustin Martin singled, doubled, and homered, scoring three times.  Steve Singleton had two singles and a double.  Trevor Plouffe singled and homered, driving in three and raising his average to .301.  Aaron Bates and Chase Lambin each had two hits, with Bates raising his average to .333.  Starter Scott Diamond gave up two runs on seven hits and a walk in just 4.1 innings.  Dusty Hughes pitched 2.2 scoreless innings to get the win, allowing just one hit.

New Britain 4, Harrisburg 3 in New Britain.  The Rock Cats broke a 3-3 tie in the bottom of the ninth when Chris Parmelee led off with a single, went to second on a bunt, took third on a ground out, and scored on a wild pitch.  The Senators made four errors.  Parmelee and Brian Dozier each had three hits, with Dozier raising his average to .358 in 53 at-bats.  Deibinson Romero singled and homered.  Dennis Suarez gave up three runs on eight hits and a walk in six innings.  Deolis Guerra pitched two shutout innings.  Tyler Robertson worked a scoreless ninth for the win.

Ft. Myers 0, St. Lucie 0 at Ft. Myers (1 innings—suspended).  Game will be completed on August 23.

Beloit 6, Kane County 4 in Kane County.  The Snappers scored three in the eighth to overcome a 6-4 deficit.  Jairo Perez singled, doubled, and homered, raising his average to .417 in 72 at-bats.  Starter Andrew Achter allowed all four runs on nine hits and a walk in four innings, although he struck out seven.  Nelvin Fuentes worked three perfect innings to get the win, striking out three.  Clinton Dempster threw two shutout innings, allowing just a walk to get the save.

Kingsport 15, Elizabethton 10 in Elizabethton.  The Twins were down 10-2 after five and a half and scored eight in the sixth to tie, but the Mets scored five in the seventh to win.  Max Kepler had three hits.  Kennys Vargas singled and homered, driving in three.  Justin Parker singled and doubled and JaDamion Williams had two hits.  Starter Todd Van Steensel allowed five runs (four earned) on five hits and two walks in 4.1 innings.  He struck out six.  Pedro Guerra took the loss, surrendering five runs (three earned) on four hits and two walks in 1.1 innings.  There were nine errors in the game; the Mets made five and the Twins four.

GCL Red Sox 3, Twins 2 at Red Sox.  The score was 2-1 after one and stayed there until the fifth, when the Red Sox scored two.  Joshua Hendricks singled and tripled.  Estarlin De Los Santos and Drew Leachman each had two hits.  Jeff Manship allowed a run on four hits in three innings, striking out three and walking none.  Hung Yi Chen allowed the fifth inning runs to take the loss, giving up four hits in three innings.  Tyler Herr went two shutout innings, giving up one hit.

DSL Twins 9, Orioles 1 at Orioles.  The Twins scored in seven innings.  Erick Gonzalez had two singles and a homer, raising his average to .324 in 74 at-bats.  Eddy Concepcion had two singles and a double.  Ernesto Ciprian and Javier Pimentel each singled and tripled and Adonis Pacheco singled and doubled, raising his average to .321 in 84 at-bats.  Sterling Bonilla gave up an unearned run on one hit in four innings, striking out four.  Randy Rosario allowed only a walk in three shutout innings, also striking out four to get the win.