Indianapolis 5, Rochester 4 in Indianapolis (10 innings). The Red Wings overcame a 4-2 Indians lead only to lose in the tenth. Brandon Roberts singled and doubled. Kyle Gibson allowed four runs on seven hits and five walks in just five innings. Kyle Waldrop struck out three in three shutout innings, giving up two hits and a walk. Jim Hoey came in at the start of the ninth and took the loss.
New Britain 6, Altoona 1. The Rock Cats scored two in the sixth to break a 1-1 tie, then got a single run in each of the remaining innings. Brian Dozier had two doubles and a single, raising his average to .305. Chris Parmelee had three hits. Joe Benson hit his seventh homer and Deibinson Romero hit his ninth. Bobby Lanigan got the win with five innings of work, giving up a run on five hits and three walks while striking out four. Deolis Guerra pitched two shutout innings, giving up two hits and striking out two.
Clearwater 9, Ft. Myers 0 in Clearwater. The Threshers scored six in the first. The Miracle had only two hits, both singles. Edgar Ibarra lasted only a third of an inning, surrendering all six first-inning runs on eight hits. Clinton Dempster struck out four in 3.2 innings of relief, giving up a run on five hits and a walk.
Great Lakes 5, Beloit 2 in Great Lakes. The Loons scored two in the second and never trailed. The Snappers had only four hits. Manuel Soliman allowed five runs on four hits and two walks in six innings.
Princeton 5, Elizabethton 4 in Princeton. The Rays scored two in the third and two in the fifth. Rory Rhodes had two hits. Todd Van Steensel yielded four runs on seven hits and a walk in five innings.
GCL Red Sox 5, Twins 0 at Twins. The Twins had only three hits and made four errors. Three of the Red Sox’ runs were unearned. Jorge Polanco singled and doubled. Starter Bobby O’Neill allowed three runs (one earned) on six hits in just three innings. Mark Trau threw two shutout innings, giving up one hit.
DSL Padres 7, Twins 6 at Padres. The Twins had leads of 3-0 and 5-2, but could not hold them. The Twins had only five hits. Junior Subero worked four shutout innings, giving up three hits and no walks while striking out three. Yeison Florentino took the loss, surrendering two runs on three walks and a hit in just one inning.