56-43, 9.0 GU
Oklahoma returns to action on Friday evening.
L – Schlact (6-7)
HR – Frostad (6)
17-9, 3.0 GU
Michael Schlact ran into trouble when he allowed six runs in the top of the fourth inning. In all, he surrendered seven runs – four earned – on six hits in 3 2/3 innings. He walked three and struck out two.
Emerson Frostad was 2-for-4 with a solo home run.
Left fielder Ben Harrison (1/2, 2B, 2 BB) doubled and walked twice.
Left-handed reliever Zack Parker gave up no runs on a hit in 4 1/3 innings. He walked two and struck out six.
In Parker's last seven appearances, he has pitched 13.2 innings, giving up no runs on six hits. He has struck out 13 and walked just three.
Andrew Laughter returned from the disabled list and allowed one run in one inning. He struck out two.
L – Phillips (5-7)
HR – Gac (2)
10-17, 7.0 GB
Starting pitcher Zach Phillips yielded five runs in five innings. He struck out seven and walked three.
First baseman Ian Gac was 3-for-5 with a home run, his second with Bakersfield and his 21st overall this season.
K.C. Herren (3/5, 2B) and Renny Osuna (1/5, 2B) both doubled.
Truan Mehl (3/4) and Grant Gerrard (2/5) had multiple singles.
Catcher Chad Tracy singled, walked, and drove in a pair of runs.
Tanner Roark appeared in his first game with the Blaze and surrendered one run in two innings. He allowed three hits, walked one, and struck out one.
Josh Lueke fanned one in a scoreless frame.
L – Beavan (6-6)
13-14, 5.0 GB
Blake Beavan entered Thursday's start having walked just eight batters in 75.2 innings this season. He walked four on Thursday, but was able to limit the Wizards to one run. He allowed four hits and struck out four.
First baseman Mitch Moreland singled twice in four at-bats.
Cristian Santana, who played behind the plate, was 1-for-4 with a double. He had Clinton's lone extra-base hit of the evening.
Left fielder Tim Smith (1/3, BB) singled and walked.
Left-hander Joseph Ortiz struck out three in two shutout innings. He allowed two hits.
W – Hurley (2-0)
SV – Young (3)
23-7, 5.0 GU
Starting pitcher Wilfredo Boscan yielded four runs – three earned – on five hits in four innings. He walked one and struck out three.
Right fielder Joey Butler raised his batting average to .394 with two singled in four at-bats.
Jason Ogata (1/4, 2B) and Matt West (1/3, 2B, BB) both doubled.
Kansas State product Trevor Hurley earned the victory with three shutout innings. He gave up four hits, walked two, and punched out three.
Corey Young fanned four in two scoreless innings.
W – Evans (1-1)
SV – King (1)
11-9, 4.0 GB
Brandon McCarthy went three innings in his second rehab start, giving up one run. He scattered five hits, walked one, and struck out three.
Leadoff man Adam Cobb (.317/.406/.450) was 3-for-5 with a double and three runs batted in.
Catcher Leonel De Los Santos singled three times in five at-bats.
Alberto Puello (2/4, 3B) tripled while Alejandro Selen (2/4, 2B) and Johan Yan (1/4, 2B) both doubled.
W – De Leon (1-1)
SV – Rosario (3)
25-15, 2.0 GB
Tall right-hander Kelvin De Leon (2.59 ERA/.196 BAA) allowed one run in five innings of work to get his first victory of the season. He struck out five while walking one batter.
Centerfielder Juan Polanco (1/4) knocked in two runs while 2B Keury Arias (1/4, 2B) had one RBI.
Five-foot-nine southpaw Carlos Rosario (4.85 ERA/.247 BAA) gave up a run on two walks in four shutout innings. He struck out one.
L – Bryan (0-4)
16-24, 11.0 GB
Melvin Bryan surrendered two runs on four hits in five innings, walking three and striking out five. He uncorked four wild pitches during the start.
Alfredo Chalas (1/3, BB) and Miguel Moreno (1/2, BB) both singled and walked.
Jose Monegro (2.45 ERA/.167 BAA) struck out two in 1 1/3 shutout innings. In 22 innings this season, he's allowed 13 hits, walked seven, and struck out 26.
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