Pawtucket Red Sox (42-43)
Aneury Tavarez topped a single and stole a base in three trips. Rusney Castillo, Jhonny Peralta, Steve Selsky, and Ryan Court each chipped in with a hit in four at-bats; Court and Selsky swatting doubles, Castillo swiping a bag. Dan Butler drew a walk in three appearances. Pablo Sandoval, Bryce Brentz, and Mike Miller were unsuccessful in four forays.
Portland Sea Dogs (38-43)
Teddy Stankiewicz surrendered six runs on a dozen hits – half of them going for two-bases – and a pair of walks over 5 ⅔ frames; striking out two and uncorking a wild pitch. Trevor Kelley yielded a run on two hits, a walk, and a hit by pitch in 2 ⅓ innings; whiffing one in his Portland debut. Jake Cosart loaded the bases in the ninth with a single, a hit by pitch, and a walk; but was able to get out of the inning with two strikeouts and a pop-out.
Jeremy Barfield belted the game-winning homer and bopped three singles in five at-bats. Henry Urrutia, Chad De La Guerra, Cole Sturgeon, and Deiner Lopez each laced two hits in four trips; Urrutia with a double, Sturgeon stinging a triple. Jordan Procyshen procured a single and a walk in three appearances before being pinch hit for by Michael Chavis, who flied out in his only attempt. Mike Olt singled in the ninth pinch-hitting for Brock Holt, who went hitless in four at-bats. Danny Mars managed a single in five attacks. Rafael Devers drew a walk in his five forays.
Salem Red Sox (10-5/50-34)
Shaun Anderson allowed three runs on five hits and two walks; striking out three and uncorking a wild pitch in five frames. Logan Boyd tossed three scoreless innings in his High-A debut, giving up a hit and whiffing five. Marc Brakeman pitched the final inning, yielding a hit and two walks.
Chris Madera mashed two singles and a double in five trips. Tyler Spoon slapped a single and a double while drawing two walks in five appearances. Josh Ockimey obtained a single and a triple in five at-bats. Jeremy Rivera ripped a single and was hit by a pitch in five excursions. Tate Matheny mashed a tater and earned a free pass in five attacks. Bryan Hudson hit a single in four attempts. Jordan Betts and Jose Sermo each belted a hit in five times up; Sermo with a steal and a double. Jhon Nunez was unable to reach in four fruitless forays.
Greenville Drive (4-11/45-38) & Lowell Spinners (6-10)
The Drive and Spinners both got an unexpected day off due to wet weather. The Drive will make up their game with the Rome Braves during one of their two home series against the Braves in August. Lowell will make up their missed game against Aberdeen in their upcoming home series (July 17-19) against the IronBirds.
GCL Red Sox (6-4)
Jose Gonzalez gave up two hits and struck out one in 1 ⅔ frames. Rio Gomez relinquished a run on three hits, whiffing a pair in 2 ⅓ innings. Kory Behenna yielded five runs on four walks and a hit by pitch while getting only two outs, one by K. Victor Garcia surrendered a run on four hits, a hit by pitch, and two walks over 3 ⅓ innings; striking out a pair. Marcos Lantigua got two outs in the ninth before giving up the winning run; he allowed a pair of hits.
Marino Campana contributed two singles and a double in five trips. Cole Brannen bopped a pair of singles and drew a base on balls in five appearances. Pedro Castellanos pulled a single and earned a pair of free passes in five attempts. Carlos Pulido contributed a single and a walk in four excursions. Kervin Suarez swatted a single, drew a walk, and stole a base in five attacks. Ricardo Cubillan and Ramfis Berroa each belted a single in five at-bats. Xavier LeGrant was plunked by a pitch in four trips. Everlouis Lozada struck out three times in five failed forays.
DSL Red Sox (18-10)
Gregory Santos tossed five scoreless frames, surrendering four hits while striking out three; Santos also uncorked a wild pitch. Carlos Cortes allowed two runs on five hits and two walks in four innings; whiffing a trio.
Willis Figueroa and Alexander Martinez each managed three hits and a walk in five trips; Martinez mashing a double and stealing two bags. Keibert Petit procured a single and a base on balls in five attempts. Eduard Conde, Rafael Rincones, and Ivan Houellemont each had a hit in four at-bats; Conde crushing a double, Rincones being caught stealing. Fabian Andrade and Freiberg Marin each slapped a single in five forays; Andrade adding a steal, Marin being caught stealing. Luis Hernandez walked thrice amid two hitless at-bats.