Bulls 18, Rochester 3
Besides what's been posted here and here, Marquis Fleming threw two shutout innings. He gave up one hit and walked one. Eight of the nine hitters scored at least twice. Desmond Jennings singled and walked thrice.
Stone Crabs 4, Dunedin 3
Reid Fronk's sacrifice fly in the ninth brought in the winning run. Hak-Ju Lee singled, walked and scored. Jake Thompson had a book-rule quality start before Mike Jarman tossed three innings with one hit, no walks and three strikeouts.
Hot Rods 6, Burlington 5
Robby Price and Derek Dietrich each hit two-run home runs, walked and had three RBIs. Price also singled and scored again. Steve Tinoco had three hits.
Staten Island 8, Renegades 7
Jeff Malm homered twice and totaled three RBIs. Cesar Guillen, who had three hits, and Craige Lyerly each homered. Leonardo Reginatto singled and walked twice. Jason McEachern went just four-plus innings (hmmm) and gave up three earned runs on six hits. Justin Woodall threw two perfect innings.
Princeton Rays 12, Elizabethton 3
Joel Caminero was 4-for-4 with a home run, three RBIs and three runs scored. Ryan Terry had two hits, a home run, two RBIs and two runs scored. Deshun Dixon singled twice, walked and scored. Brandon Henderson struck out seven and gave up a run over three innings.
GCL Twins 7, Rays 5
Matthew Johnson walked twice, stole once and scored twice. Todd Glaesmann, in his first game since a June elbow injury with Bowling Green, singled, stole twice and scored.