STAR OF THE DAY: Casey Delgado
HONORABLE MENTION: Jonathan Johnson and Luis Mateo: Kevin Kaczmarski
Las Vegas (74-63) 5 - El Paso 6
Binghamton (73-61) 2 - Reading 6
St Lucie (66-65) - Charlotte: Doubleheader
- Game 1 was a rain-shortened 5-2 loss.
- Game 2 was rained out.
Savannah (81-49) - Augusta: Doubleheader
- Game 1 a walk off 2-1 win in the 11th.
- Game 2 - won 2-0
Brooklyn (31-37) 2 - Tri City 4
Kingsport (39-28) 6 - Danville 14
Las Vegas went with 10 game winner Darin Gorski against an El Paso team that trailed them by 1.5 games. A 2 run 9th inning lead was sqandered by the pen, leading to an untimely 6-5 loss. Reynolds and Herrera went deep.
Binghamton rolls out Steve Matz against a 21 over .500 Reading squad in his last tune up. 5.1 Ip, 1 hit....READY! They lost late, but a big win for the Mets, as Matz is coming back strong!
St Lucie lost a rain shortened contest 5-2, and the second game was rained out.
Savannah went with the challenging duo of Knapp and Delgado.
Game 1 was a tightly pitched contest, won by Jonathan Johnson's walk off 11th inning homer. Luis Mateo fanned 4 in 2.1 shutout innings.
Casey Delgado tossed a masterful, 7 inning 2nd game shutout, striking out 9. The Gnats scored just 4 in the twin bill in the two games but won both.
Brooklyn is 14 under since their 14-5 season start, with hitting the main culprit. Then, another loss as the team scored just 2 runs, while managing 11 hits.
Kingsport's Eric Manoah got the call. The K Mets have won 20 of their last 25. FUEGO! Anyway, tonight the pitchers got bombed, leading to a lopsided loss. Kevin Kaczmarski (.352) had a single, double and triple.