Errecart's only hit was his blast to center with one out in the sixth, making a winner of Periard (1-2), who allowed seven hits and two runs while striking out four and walking two. Patrick Ryan, Dave Johnson and Juan Sandoval each registered scoreless innings, with the latter gaining his 15th save.
Manatees' pitchers registered their second shutout in the past three games as they knocked off Vero Beach, 3-0.
Right-hander Jeremy Jeffress (4-6) ended his personal three-game losing streak, working the first six innings while allowing only one hit. The flamethrower struck out only two and walked five.
Brevard County (18-24) managed only five hits, two of them by Green, who increased his RBI total to 68.
The Power scored three times in the second inning, but that was all they could muster in suffering a 4-3 setback to Delmarva.
Farris and Haydel each finished with two hits, but the Power didn't have any extra-base hits.
Evan Anundsen (10-5) suffered the loss after giving up four runs on seven hits and four walks in four innings. Roque Mercedes and Corey Frerichs combined to strike out six and allow two hits in five scoreless innings.
The Brewers made it interesting after trailing 7-1 but came up short, 7-5, against first-place Billings.
Michael Vass contributed a double and a three-run homer, his seventh, to lead Helena's offense, but the host still fell to 3-6.
Starter Rico Salmon (1-1) got the loss after allowing five runs on three hits and five walks in 4.1 innings. Nick Tyson then gave up six hits and two runs in 3.2 innings with four strikeouts.