AAA – The Isotopes go down 10 - 1 as John Ely proved why he was not a coveted figure in the recently completed trade deadline. Ely gave up eight of the 10 runs, while Lindblom/Wade combined to go three shutout innings. The offense was MIA scoring only one run.
AA –For one game Kyle Russell must have thought he was back in the California League. Russell had the best game of his young AA career with a perfect night of two home runs, single, and a walk to lead the Lookouts to a 6 - 4 victory. Javier Solano in his first AA appearance did not fare so well giving up two runs in only 2/3 of a inning. Leach started gave up zero earned runs but only went 4 1/3, with four walks, five K's.
High A – No Games Scheduled
A– The Loons went down meekly 4 - 1, as Webster failed in the starting role, and the offense did nothing of note. Webster went five innings giving up seven hits, and three walks. Cavazos-Galvez did bang out three more hits, and if there is a hotter hitter then BCG, I'd like to hear about him. Since the all-star game he has a 1.122 OPS, quite Sands like.
Rookie Ogden – The offense was rolling for the Raptors, as they clubbed their way to a 9 - 5 victory. The offense was of course once again led by the bats of Landry, Coyle, and Garcia. Coyle drove in four runs with two hits, while Landry scored three runs on two hits. The Raptors are all over the Pioneer League Offensive leaderboards.
Rookie Arizona – Brandon's fav, Brandon Martinez started the game and hurled five shutout innings. The skinny Martinez has been fabulous in his last three outings, going 11 innings, 14 K's, and only one walk. Beyker Fructuso hurled two perfect innings with five K's as the duo was a big part of the 7 - 0 shutout.