Toledo 13 Louisville 9
-Chad Reineke gave up six earned runs on 13 hits in five innings as the Bats (5-9) lost. In his first appearance of the year, Jordan Smith (0-1) allowed four earned in just 1/3 of an inning, good for a 108.00 ERA. Ron Mahay and Josh Judy each threw a scoreless inning.
-Fresh off his promotion, 3B Mike Costanzo hit a three-run home run, picking up where he left off in Pensacola. 1B Neftali Soto went 3-4, with a homer and two RBI, as well as three runs scored. CF Kris Negron, LF Denis Phipps, RF Bill Rhinehart, and DH Felix Perez each collected an RBI.
Jacksonville 8 Pensacola 7
- The Blue Wahoos (7-7) lost, with starter Tim Crabbe surrendering four earned on three hits and four hits, while striking out seven over five innings. Drew Hayes (0-2) was the losing pitcher allowing two earned runs in 1.2 innings.
-CF Ryan LaMarre had a triple and a solo shot. 1B Joel Guzman hit a two-run homer and finished with three RBI. 2B Brodie Greene went 2-4 with a three-run jack in the fifth inning, and a stolen base. SS Didi Gregorius scored three runs, and went 4-5. 3B Henry Rodriguez also had two hits.
Bakersfield 6 Visalia 4
-The Blaze (6-7) swept the Rawhide, winning Wednesday night. Chad Rogers pitched 5.1 innings giving up three earned runs. Daniel Wolford (1-0) threw a scoreless 1.2 innings for the win. Wilkin De La Rosa (2) got the last batter to save the game.
-SS Billy Hamilton is still on fire picking up a double, a triple, two RBI and two runs scored. RF Yorman Rodriguez was 3-4 with a double and two runs scored. 2B Devin Lohman, LF Donald Lutz, and CF Bryson Smith each accounted for an RBI.
Dayton 9 Fort Wayne 4
-Tanner Robles (1-0) won for the Dragons (6-7). He struck out five over 5.2 innings allowing four earned. Carlos Contreras (2.1 IP) and Jimmy Moran (1.0 IP) combined to hold the TinCaps scoreless over last 3.1 innings.
-3B Junior Arias provided the muscle with a three-run homer in the fourth. C Yovan Gonzalez added a solo dinger in the seventh. SS Juan Perez, 2B Ryan Wright, LF Juan Silva, and RF Steven Selsky had the other four RBI.