Scranton loses to Louisville, 7-5
- Josh Towers took the loss, giving up 7 runs (6 earned) on 9 hits and no walks, while striking out 2.
- Paul Bush, recently signed from Indy ball, struck out 5 in 3 1/3 innings while walking 1, a good debut.
- Edwar Ramirez struck out 3 in 2 perfect innings.
- Reegie Corona was 1 for 5.
- Austin Jackson was 1 for 4 with 2 strikeouts.
- Shelley Duncan was 1 for 3.
- Juan Miranda was 0 for 4 with a strikeout.
- Eric Duncan was 1 for 4, and made a throwing error.
Trenton tops Altoona, 4-1
- The Zach McAllister train keeps on rolling. In 6 2/3 innings, McAllister allowed a run on 5 hits and 3 walks, while striking out a season-high 10 batters. McAllister rarely has many strikeouts, so it would appear that his stuff was good tonight. He lowered his ERA to 1.84, and with a few more outings like this, he could punch his ticket to Scranton.
- Kanekoa Texeira struck out 3 in 2 1/3 innings of perfect relief.
- Chris Malec was 1 for 3.
- Jorge Vazquez was 1 for 2 before leaving the game with a minor injury.
Tampa over Charlotte, 3-2
- Jason Stephens started, giving up a run on 4 hits in 5 innings, while fanning 3 batters.
- Jon Hovis got the save by striking out 2 in a perfect 9th.
- Austin Krum and Eric Fryer were each 1 for 4.
- Jesus Montero, DH’ing, was 2 for 4 to raise his average to .355. There are rumors that he could be looking at a promotion to AA soon, which would be a big step for this 19 year-old phenom.
- Austin Romine, catching, was 2 for 4 with a double to bring his average to .289. He also threw out both runners who attempted to steal.
- Damon Sublett was 1 for 4 with a double.
- Walter Ibarra was 2 for 3 with 2 doubles.
Charleston falls to Greenville, 4-1
- Andrew Brackman started, hoping to improve on the 10-walk, 5 wild pitch fiasco that was his last outing. He did better today, striking out 6 in 4 2/3 shutout innings, while allowing 4 hits and 4 walks, and 2 wild pitches. The control is still an issue, but the strikeouts and groundballs (6-2 go-ao) are definitely encouraging.
- Brad Rulon pitched a perfect inning in relief.
- The Riverdogs only had 4 hits off of a rehabbing John Smoltz and the Greenville bullpen.
- Abe Almonte was 1 for 3 with a walk, raising his average to .264.
- Dan Brewer was 1 for 3, and is hitting .338 on the year.
- David Adams was 2 for 4 to bring his average to .275.
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