Result: Gwinnett 7, Louisville 6
Game Notes: After allowing 10 hits last time out, Robert Stephenson looked to rebound on Saturday night.
While the overall command was better with no walks, he was still quite hittable. He allowed nine hits in just six innings.
The good news is that only two runs crossed the plate.
After a multi-hit game Friday night, Beau Amaral had another strong game on Saturday. Amaral had three hits, including his first Triple-A triple. He has now hit in 11 of the last 12 games at the level.
Result: Pensacola 4, Tennessee 2
Game notes: The bad news? Pensacola only got three hits as a team Saturday night.
The good news? They were all extra-base hits, with two home runs, and came at perfect times.
Phillip Ervin smacked a solo shot for his 11th of the season. Chad Wallach added another home run, his sixth of the season.
Taylor Sparks added a double.
Sal Romano pitched around a lot of base runners, but got the job done. Romano allowed six hits and three walks in 6.1 innings, but only allowed two runs to score.
Abel De Los Santos and Alejandro Chacin once again had scoreless outings in relief.
Result: Tampa 10, Daytona 4
Game Notes: Shed Long picked up a double in the game Saturday night and is adjusting to a new level well.
In his first 18 games with Daytona, he’s hitting .379 with a 1.039 OPS.
Aristides Aquino had an extra base hit for the second straight game with his 22nd double of the season.
Seth Varner allowed 10 hits and seven runs in 6.2 innings of work for the loss.
Result: Dayton 13, South Bend 0
Game Notes: After a mini-slump, Nick Senzel has bounced back nicely over the weekend. The latest appeared Saturday night when he had three doubles and drove in a pair of runs.
A night after hitting his first home run since coming off the DL, Tyler Stephenson picked up a double.
Chris Okey also doubled and Daniel Sweet tripled.
Ty Boyles allowed just three hits over 5.2 scoreless innings for the win.
Result: Billings 14, Ogden 8
Game notes: Michael Beltre added four hits and a double to raise his early Billings average to .357.
Hector Vargas also added three hits and two runs scored and is hitting .385 at the level.
Montrell Marshall and John Sansone each chipped in two hits and a double.
Max Wotell was only able to get one out before being removed in the first inning. Wotell allowed two hits, three walks and three runs to score, tossing 31 pitches.