L - Rupe (0-4)
?28-33, 0.5 GB
Josh Rupe gave up three runs (two earned) in five innings on Saturday, but he allowed six hits and walked six batters.
Joaquin Arias (2/5) and Greg Golson (2/4) both singled twice.
Arias stole a couple of bases, giving him nine on the year.
?Esteban German was 1-for-5 with his seventh double of the season.
L - Kiker (3-5)
25-33, 7.0 GB
Kasey Kiker needed 93 pitches in 5.1 innings, but he gave up just two runs, only one of which was earned. The left-hander allowed four hits, walked three, and struck out three.
Leadoff man Craig Gentry was 2-for-4 with his 13th double of the year. He also stole his 25th base. Gentry has yet to be caught.
W - Tatusko (1-1)
SV - Reed (6)
HR - Gac (11), Stoneburner (2)
29-33, 9.0 GB
Ryan Tatusko (4.25 ERA/.274 BAA) made his first start of the season, hurling five scoreless innings. He scattered four singles while walking one and punching out two.
Leadoff hitter Davis Stoneburner (.267/.337/.393) was 1-for-4 with a three-run homer.
Ian Gac provided the team's fourth run with a solo homer in the top of the sixth inning.
Left fielder Aja Barto singled twice and walked once in four plate appearances.
W - Boscan (4-3)
HR - West (3)
29-31, 7.0 GB
Starter Wilfredo Boscan's ERA now sits at 1.21 after he gave up two runs (one earned) on three hits in five innings. Boscan got 11 groundouts versus just two airouts in the game.
Third baseman Matt West (.251/.345/.364) was 1-for-2 with a home run and three walks in the game.
Mike Bianucci (2/4, 2B) and Leury Garcia (2/5, 2B) both singled once and doubled once.
Michael Hollander (2/3, BB) and Leonel De Los Santos (2/4) singled twice.
Reliever Yoon-Hee Nam walked two in one inning, but he didn't allow any runs or hits.
Trevor Hurley fanned four in two shutout innings out of the bullpen.
L - Rosendo (0-2)
3-9, 5.0 GB
Miguel Montes De Oca had a big game, going 1-for-2 with a double and a walk.
Right fielder Emmanuel Solis (yes, right fielder) singled once in three at-bats.
W - Ramirez (1-0)
SV - De Los Santos (3)
HR - Perez (3)
8-4, 1.0 GU
Catcher Alison Perez (.294/.333/.618) provided another big blast for the DSL Rangers2, as he belted a grand slam in the third inning. Perez also singled.
Starting pitcher Aaron Thompson allowed one run on four hits in three innings of work.
Lefty Miguel De Los Santos fanned six batters in 2.1 hitless frames, allowing no runs.
In 8.1 innings, he has allowed one hit while walking three and striking out 22.
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