De Jesus' Walkoff Single Beats Mobile

Las Vegas was trashed 17-5 by Omaha. Jacksonville got a walk-off RBI single from Ivan De Jesus to dump Mobile 9-8. Inland Empire let a 9-6 lead slip away and lost 10-9 to Inland Empire. Ogden topped Great Lakes 10-3 behind the pitching of Jonathan Dutton. The DSL Dodgers were held to two hits in a 6-0 loss to the Royals. Great Lakes had an open date and the soggy GCL Dodgers were rained out again.

Royals Batter 51s
Omaha beat up starter Justin Orenduff (2-7), collecting eight consecutive runs, banging out 11 hits and three home runs in his four innings and went on to win 17-5.

The Royals finished with 20 hits off the Las Vegas staff, including Francisco Felix (three innings, three runs), Greg Miller (five runs, three walks in 1/3 of an inning).

Matt Riley gave up three hits before he could close out Miller's inning and outfielder Wilkin Ruan surrendered an unearned run in the ninth.

A.J. Ellis had a pair of hits and two runs batted in. Jason Repko homered (#7) and singled, driving in two.

B.J. LaMura will start tonight against the Royals and Brandon Duckworth).

  Score by Innings
Omaha	        313 110 251-17
Las Vegas	000 020 002- 5

  Las Vegas	ab r  h  bi  ave
Repko rf	5  1  2  2  .275
Paul cf        	5  0  1  0  .299
Tiffee 1b	5  0  0  0  .378
Lindsey dh	3  0  0  0  .313 
Griffin lf	4  0  1  0  .310
Chavez 3b	3  1  1  0  .299
Howard 2b	3  2  1  0  .272
Ellis c	        3  0  2  2  .309
Hu ss        	4  1  1  1  .250
  Totals	35 5 9 5
  Omaha	        46 17 20 17

  Errors- Tiffee (16), Howard (10).
2B- Griffin (19), Howard (11),
Ellis (10). HR- Repko (7). RBI-
Hu (1), Repko 2 (33), Ellis 2
(43). LOB- Las Vegas 7, Omaha 10.
DP- Howard, Hu and Chavez.

  Las Vegas 	in  h  r-er bb so  era
Orenduff (2-7)	4.0 11  8-7  1  1  7.20
Felix        	3.0  5  3-3  0  5  4.76
Miller        	0.1  0  5-5  3  0  7.94
Riley        	0.2  3  0-0  0  2  2.88
Ruan        	1.0  1  1-0  0  0  0.00
  HBP- by Orenduff, by Miller 2, by Ruan.
T- 2:58. Att- 2,945.
De Jesus' Pulls Suns Out of Last
?In Jacksonville's 101st game they finally enjoyed their first "walk-off" victory, riding a James Tomlin's triple and Ivan De Jesus' single to break an 8-8 tie and top Mobile.

It was the first of 10 games between the two teams over the next two weeks, all in Jacksonville. The win moved the Suns (14-17) past the BayBears (13-17) into fourth place in the Southern League's South Division, 4 1/2 games behind first-place Mississippi.

The Suns held a lead going into the eighth inning, holding on to the five runs they scored in the third. With two out, Tomlin and Ivan De Jesus singled, Jamie Hoffmann tripled, Mark Bellhorn and Lucas May singled and an error accounted for the runs.

Starter Jesus Rodriguez allowed only two runs over the first five innings and Jacobo Meque surrendered one, leaving he game after seven with a 5-3 margin.

Mobile scored five runs in the top of the eighth, battering Scott Elbert for three hits and a walk. However,two of the four runs he allowed were unearned. Eduardo Sierra (1-0) was tagged with another run, also unearned.

Then Juan Gonzalez's three-run homer in the bottom of the eighth (#12) tied the score at 8-all.

Tomlin lined a one-out triple off the wall in left-center in the bottom of the inning and Ivan DeJesus' RBI single fell between two Mobile outfielders to drive Tomlin in with the winning run.

Tomlin, De Jesus, Bellhorn and May all had two hits for the Suns.

Left-hander James Adkins makes his Southern League debut against BayBears right-hander Tony Barnette (5-7, 4.24) his afternoon.

  Score by Innings
Mobile	        010 100 150-8
Jacksonville	005 000 031-9

  Jacksonville	ab r  h  bi  ave
Tomlin lf	5  2  2  0  .279
De Jesus 2b	5  1  2  1  .303
Hoffmann rf	4  1  1  2  .287
Bellhorn 1b	4  2  2  1  .242
May c        	4  2  2  0  .247
Mitchell 3b	4  0  1  1  .255
Godwin cf	4  0  0  0  .272
 Rogowski ph	1  0  0  0  .133
 Justis ph	1  0  0  0  .280
  Totals	38 9 11 8
  Mobile	37 8 10 7

  Error- Sierra (1). 3B- Hoffmann
(3), Tomlin (2). HR- JGonzalez
(12). RBI- Hoffmann 2 (53),
Bellhorn (29), Mitchell (44),
JGonzalez 3 (45), De Jesus (39). 

  Jacksonville	 in  h  r-er bb so  era
Rodriguez	5.0  6  2-2  1  4  4.94
Meque 	2.0  1  1-1  0  1  5.93
Elbert (sv 2)	0.0  3  4-2  1  0  3.00
Sierra (5-1)	2.0  0  1-0  1  0  4.73
  T- 2:52. Att- 4,287.
High Desert Edges 66ers
The Mavericks scored the final four runs of the game, including a tie-breaking run in the bottom of the ninth, to take a 10-9 decision from Inland Empire.

In the head-to-head series, High Desert is 9-1 at home, but only 1-8 at San Bernardino this year.

Starter Tim Sexton gave up 12 hits and seven runs in 6.2 innings. He fanned two and walked one and left the game with a 7-5 lead.

Luis Vasquez took over and allowed a three-run homer to tie the game at 9-9. For Vasquez, it was only his third game after being promoted from rookie ball to fill a roster spot.

In the last of the ninth, Matt Sartor (0-1), pitching for the third time in four days, gave up a lead off walk in the ninth and moved the runner to third on two wild pitches. Eventually, a sac fly drove in the winning run.

Jamie Pedroza collected three doubles in the game. Tommy Giles hit a home run (#14) over the right field wall. Santana added another RBI on to his league-leading run batted in total (94). Austin Gallagher picked up his 28th two-bagger and Scott Van Slyke and Trayvon Robinson each had a pair of hits.

Game two tonight will see Josh Wall will take the hill for the 66ers.

  Score by Innings
Inland Empire	105 003 000- 9
High Desert	221 010 301-10

  Inland Empire	ab r  h  bi  ave
Robinson cf	5  1  2  0  .257
Pedroza ss	5  3  3  2  .296
Santana c	2  1  1  1  .318
Gallagher 3b	2  1  2  3  .323
Locke 1b	5  0  0  0  .308
Giles dh	5  1  1  2  .285
Berezay lf	4  1  1  0  .270
Van Slyke rf	5  1  2  1  .237 
Lara 2b	        4  0  0  0  .252
  Totals	37  9 12 9
  High Desert	35 10 14 9

  Error- Santana (17). 2B- Pedroza
3 (25), Santana (34), Gallagher
(28). 3B- Van Slyke (1). HR- Giles
(14). RBI- Santana (94), Gallagher
3 (39), Giles 2 (74), Van Slyke
(8), Pedroza 2 (38). SF- Gallagher.
LOB- Inland Empire 8, High Desert
5. SB- Robinson (19), Van Slyke
(2), Pedroza (16). DP- Pedroza and
Locke; Lara, Pedroza and Locke.

  Inland Empire	 in  h  r-er bb so  era
Sexton	        6.2 12  7-7  1  2  5.52
Hill	        1.2  3  3-3  1  2  4.79
Harris	        1.0  1  0-0  0  0  7.31
Richard (2-0)	1.2  0  0-0  2  3  3.60
  PB- Santana (10). T- 3:38. Att- 1,021.
Great Lakes open date.

Dutton, Big Bats Top Great Falls
Lefthander Jonathan Dutton shut down Great Falls for six innings while picking up his third win against a pair of losses and Ogden banged out 10 hits in a 10-3 win.

After a nightmare 1-10 start, the Raptors have recorded a 13-9 record and have lost only one of the past six series.

Ogden struck early, rang up a 9-0 lead after four innings and never looked back.

Dutton (3-2) finished his seven innings having allowed only two earned runs and he struck out six. Cal Stanke and Jordan Roberts added a scoreless inning each.

Clay Calfee led the attack with three runs batted in, two coming on a third inning triple. Austin Young had two hits and a pair of RBI, while Elian Herrera whacked his first homer of the year with a man on base, giving the 7-8-9 hitters in the lineup four hits and seven of the nine runs batted in.

Nick Buss and Tony Delmonico (who boosted his average to .389) doubled in the first for a 1-0 lead and Ogden added two more in the second on an error and Herrera's blast.

Calfee's triple, a bases-loaded walk and a passed ball resulted in four more runs in the fourth. Singles by Buss and Delmonico, plus a pair of walks and a fielder's choice made it 9-0.

Ogden has today off and will return for a seven game homestand starting Thursday.

  Score by Innings
Ogden	        124 200 010-10
Great Falls	000 003 000- 3

  Ogden	ab r  h  bi  ave
Gordon ss	6  0  2  0  .319
Buss cf	        6  2  2  0  .280
Delmonico 2b	6  2  2  1  .389
Caseres 1b	6  0  0  0  .258
Russell rf	2  1  0  0  .300
Mier c        	1  2  0  1  .260
Calfee dh	4  1  1  3  .248
Yount 3b	3  1  2  2  .311
Herrera lf	5  1  1  2  .287
  Totals	40 10 10 9
  Great Falls	36  3 10 2

  Errors- Yount (1), Delmonico (3).
3B- Calfee (3). HR- Herrera (1).
RBI- Delmonico (4), Herrera 2 (15),
Calfee 3 (22), Yount 2 (10), Mier
(4). LOB- Ogden 12, Great Falls 8.
DP- Delmonico, Gordon and Caseres. 

  Dodgers	 in  h  r-er bb so  era
Dutton (3-2)	7.0  9  3-2  1  6  5.00
Stanke	        1.0  1  0-0  0  0  6.41
Roberts	        1.0  0  0-0  0  0  6.94
  HBP- by Dutton, Russell, Mier 2, Yount.
T- 2:45. Att- 2,804.

GCL Dodgers Rained out.
DSL Dodgers Slump Continues
The Dominican Summer League Dodgers continue to suffer through their batting slump. After being shut out 11-0 the day before, the Giants added to their grief with a 6-0 win.

Pedro Tavarez doubled to lead off the second inning and Jerry Castillo added a single in the eighth for the only Dodger hits.

Starter Dan Tamarez worked four innings and allowed a par of runs on six hits while striking out five. The Giants thumped Joel Lima for four runs in the sixth to put the game away.

  Score by Innings
DSL Dodgers	000 000 000-0
SDL Giants	010 104 00x-6

  Dodgers	ab r  h  bi  ave
Martinez dh	3  0  0  0  .234
Aviles lf	3  0  0  0  .269
Morales 2b	4  0  0  0  .321
Tavarez c	3  0  1  0  .268
 De La Cruz c	0  0  0  0  .286
TFranco rf	4  0  0  0  .217
BFranco 3b	3  0  0  0  .210
Castillo cf	3  0  1  0  .250
Lantigua 1b	3  0  0  0  .262
Aybar ss	1  0  0  0  .187
  Totals	27 0  2 0
  Giants	35 6 13 6

  Error- Tavarez (10). 2B- Tavarez
(7). LOB- Dodgers 5, Giants 10.
CS- Aviles (4). 

  Dodgers	 in  h  r-er bb so  era
Tamares (3-2)	4.0  6  2-2  1  5  1.22
Lima        	2.0  4  4-4  0  0  3.16
Mirabal	        2.0  3  0-0  1  1  1.96
  HBP- Santana, by Lima. T- 2:26.

    

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