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Minor Details: Games of 5/31

Toledo 5, Rochester 0 in Rochester.  The Mud Hens scored three in the seventh to put things away.  The Red Wings actually out-hit Toledo 7-6, but the Mud Hens hit three home runs while Rochester hit seven singles.  Aaron Bates had three of them, raising his average to .317, and Toby Gardenhire had two.  Only two of the five runs were earned.  They were all given up by Andrew Baldwin who allowed four hits and no walks in seven innings.

New Britain 2, Portland 0 in New Britain (Game 1—Scheduled 7 innings).  The Rock Cats scored single runs in the first and sixth.  Steve Singleton and Mike Hollimon each had two hits.  Brett Jacobson pitched five innings, giving up two hits while walking three.  Tyler Robertson retired all four batters he faced to get the save.

New Britain 5, Portland 3 in New Britain (Game 2—Scheduled 7 innings).  The Rock Cats scored in four of the six innings they batted.  Joe Benson had two doubles and a single.  Deibinson Romero had two hits.  Mike Hollimon hit a two-run homer.  Tony Davis threw 3.2 innings of scoreless relief to get the win, allowing just one hit and no walks while striking out three.  Michael Tarsi gave up a run on a hit and two walks in the seventh inning, but was still credited with the save.

Lakeland 13, Ft. Myers 2 in Lakeland.  The Flying Tigers scored in each of the first six innings, scoring multiple runs in three of those innings.  Danny Rams and Anderson Hidalgo each singled and doubled.  Matt Schuld was hammered for six runs on nine hits and four walks in three innings, and the first two relief pitchers did no better.

Beloit 11, Dayton 10 in Beloit.  The Snappers scored six runs in the ninth to overcome a 10-5 deficit.  A pinch-hit grand slam by Lance Ray capped the inning.  Daniel Santana had two singles and a home run.  Danny Ortiz had two doubles.  Michael Gonzales singled and doubled, driving in five, and Kyle Kundson had two hits.  Starter Pat Dean surrendered five runs on eleven hits and a walk in 4.2 innings.  Ben Tootle got the win despite allowing two runs on a hit and two walks in two innings.  Clinton Dempster pitched a perfect ninth for the save.

DSL Cubs1 at Twins.  Postponed.

Minor Details: Games of 5/30

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.

Minor Details: Games of 5/29

Rochester 6, Lehigh Valley 2 in Lehigh Valley.  The Red Wings scored four in the third, which was all they needed.  Brian Dinkelman singled and homered, driving in three and raising his average to .308.  Rene Tosoni also homered.  Ben Revere had two hits.  Kyle Gibson struck out ten in 7.2 innings, giving up two runs on three hits and a walk.  Anthony Slama retired all four men he faced, striking out two of them.

New Hampshire 2, New Britain 1 in New Hampshire.  Joe Benson doubled to tie the game in the top of the ninth, but the Fisher Cats won with one in the bottom of the ninth.  Benson had two hits in the game.  Liam Hendriks pitched seven innings, giving up a run on five hits and two walks while striking out six.  Tony Davis allowed the losing run in his second inning of relief.  The win went to ex-Twin Bobby Korecky, who had allowed the tying run in the ninth.

Ft. Myers 2, Clearwater 0 in Ft. Myers (Game 1—Scheduled 7 innings).  Brian Dozier’s third-inning double brought in both runs.  Dozier also singled.  Brad Stillings worked the first four innings, giving up a run on two hits.  Andrew Albers went the last three to get the win, walking none and giving up two hits.

Clearwater 1, Ft. Myers 0 in Ft. Myers (Game 2—Scheduled 7 innings).  The Threshers scored the game’s only run in the sixth.  Steve Liddle had the only Miracle hit, a single leading off the third inning.  Tom Stuifbergen took a complete game loss, giving up seven hits and a walk while striking out six.

Beloit at Clinton.  Postponed.  Game will be made up as part of a doubleheader this afternoon.

DSL Twins—No game scheduled.