Pawtucket Red Sox (40-42)
Eduardo Rodriguez relinquished four runs on four hits and five walks in four frames; striking out five and uncorking a pair to the backstop. Marcus Walden tossed the final four innings, allowing a run on three hits; whiffing a pair and unleashing a wild pitch. Rodriguez threw 88 pitches to get 12 outs, Walden pitched only 43.
Ryan Court clobbered a single and a double while drawing a free pass in four trips. Mike Miller managed two singles in three at-bats. Jantzen Witte jacked a two-run homer and had two hitless appearances. Jhonny Peralta (DH) and Pablo Sandoval (3B) each had a hit in four attacks; Peralta pummelling a ninth inning bomb. Aneury Tavarez was unsuccessful in three attempts. Brian Bogusevic, Steve Selsky, and Blake Swihart each had a quartet of failed forays.
Portland Sea Dogs (37-42)
Henry Owens faced eight batters in the first, getting two outs and walking six; surrendering three runs. Jake Drehoff went the next 3 ⅓ frames, allowing a run on three walks and a hit; whiffing a trio. Luis Ysla yielded a hit and a walk in three innings, striking out two. Bobby Poyner pitched two hitless frames, walking two and whiffing a pair.
Michael Chavis contributed two singles and a walk in four appearances. Henry Urrutia had two singles in four at-bats. Chad De La Guerra golfed a single and earned a free pass in four trips. Cole Sturgeon walked once in four excursions. Jake Romanski and Deiner Lopez each failed to reach in three attempts. Mike Olt, Rafael Devers, and Danny Mars each had a quartet of failed forays.
Salem Red Sox (8-5/48-34)
Matt Kent allowed a run on four hits and a walk over seven frames; whiffing a sextet. Daniel McGrath walked three and struck out one while picking up two outs in the eighth. Adam Lau quelled the threat, striking out a pair while putting down the final four batters.
Victor Acosta had a perfect outing in his full-season debut, accumulating two singles, a double, and a walk. Jeremy Rivera and Jordan Betts each bopped two singles in five at-bats. Jose Sermo slugged a homer, drew a walk, and was hit by a pitch in five appearances. Tate Matheny, Nick Lovullo, and Jhon Nunez each knocked a hit in four trips; Matheny and Lovullo lacing doubles. Tyler Spoon and Chris Madera managed a hit in five excursions; Spoon serving up a double.
Greenville Drive (4-10/45-37)
Jason Groome went five strong innings in his return to Greenville, giving up a single and a walk while striking out seven. Robby Sexton pitched the final four innings, giving up a single and a hit by pitch; whiffing a trio.
Tyler Hill and Roldani Baldwin bopped two hits in four at-bats; Baldwin blasting a pair of doubles, Hill making his singles into doubles with two stolen bases. Granger Studdard slapped a single, drew a walk, and stole a base in four trips. Tucker Tubbs and Mitch Gunsolus each golfed a hit in four attempts; Tubbs thumping a double. Ryan Scott lifted a sacrifice fly amid three hitless at-bats. Isaias Lucena and Steven Reveles were unable to reach base in three appearances. Santiago Espinal had four futile forays.
Lowell Spinners (5-10)
Kutter Crawford made his professional debut with a one-inning start, giving up a hit and a walk while striking out two. Durin O’Linger let in four runs – three earned – on six hits – including a Ben Breazeale bomb – and three walks in 3 ⅓ innings; whiffing a quartet and throwing one past the catcher. Jared Oliver struck out four in 2 ⅔ perfect innings. Mitchell Osnowitz walked two, uncorked a wild pitch, and struck out the side in the eighth.
Jordan Wren roped a single and a double and stole home in four at-bats. Joseph Monge managed a single and a walk in four trips; he was also caught stealing. Yoan Aybar and Garrett Benge each bopped a single in four excursions. Michael Osinski walked once in three attempts and stole second. Nicholos Hamilton was hit by a pitch and had two hitless appearances before being pinch hit for by Juan Barriento, who reached on an error in the eighth. Samuel Miranda, Raiwinson Lameda, and Brett Netzer each had four failed forays.
GCL Red Sox (5-3)
Edilson Batista was battered for five runs on seven hits and three walks over 3 ⅔ frames; striking out one and uncorking a wild pitch. Eduard Bazardo yielded a run on two hits and a walk in 2 ⅓ innings; whiffing a pair. Francisco Lopez-Soto walked one and struck out three in two innings. Marcos Lantigua pitched a perfect ninth to earn the save.
Jecorrah Arnold singled twice and stole a base in three trips before being replaced by Ricardo Cubillan, who was unsuccessful in two attempts. Ramfis Berroa bopped two hits in five excursions; belting his first stateside bomb. Tyler Esplin reached four times, with a double, two walks, and a hit by pitch, in five trips. Bobby Dalbec delivered a single and two walks in five appearances. Xavier LeGrant and Alan Marrero managed a hit in four at-bats; Marrero mashing his first moonshot of the season. Marino Campana and Pedro Castellanos each contributed a single in five trips. Andre Colon was hit twice and had three hitless at-bats.
DSL Red Sox (16-10)
Alejandro Rodriguez relinquished six hits and struck out seven in five frames. Geraldo Perez gave up three hits and whiffed a trio in two innings of relief. Luis Colmenares contributed two innings of relief, giving up a hit and striking out a quartet.
Willis Figueroa walked twice while hitting a single and a double in five tries. Freiberg Marin and Luis Hernandez each had two hits and a walk in five trips; Marin mauling a double, Hernandez lacing a triple. Eduard Conde contributed two singles and was hit by a pitch in five appearances. Ivan Houellemont hit two more singles in four at-bats. Rafael Rincones ripped a single and a double while striking out in his other three attempts. Alexander Martinez accumulated a single, a hit by pitch, and a sacrifice fly in five excursions. Fabian Andrade lifted two sacrifice flies in five forays. Keibert Petit drew a walk and had four hitless at-bats.