L - Mendoza (6-6)
65-65, 6.5 GB
Luis Mendoza was incredibly efficient on Tuesday evening, but he still got the loss despite pitching an eight-inning complete game.
Mendoza threw just 86 pitches in those eight frames, giving up one run on six hits. He walked two and struck out four.
The RedHawks were shut down by O-Royals starter Lenny DiNardo.
Joaquin Arias (1/4), Justin Smoak (1/4), Royce Huffman (1/3, BB) and Travis Metcalf (1/4) combined for OKC's four base hits.
W - Perez (1-1)
HR - Greene (2, 3)
31-26, 3.0 GB
Martin Perez pitched by far his best game at the Double-A level, tossing five scoreless innings on 84 pitches. He scattered four hits, walked zero, and struck out three.
Third baseman Jonathan Greene provided all of Frisco's run production, going 2-for-3 with a walk and a pair of home runs. He knocked home five runs total.
First baseman Chad Tracy singled twice in four at-bats while Dustin Majewski singled once and walked once.
Lefty Corey Young fanned two batters in a perfect inning of work.
W - Roark (8-0)
HR - Butler (11), Paisano (3)
31-27, 9.0 GB
Tanner Roark (2.97 ERA/.226 BAA) issued a rare four walks in six innings on Tuesday, but he limited Stockton to only one run on three hits.
Outfielders David Paisano (3/5, HR) and Joey Butler (2/5, HR) both hit home runs in the game. They combined for five runs batted in.
Davis Stoneburner was 1-for-4 with his second triple of the season.
Jake Kaase (2/4, 2B) singled and doubled while Jose Felix (3/4) singled three times.
Righty Adalberto Flores fanned two batters in two scoreless innings.
L - Ragsdale (1-1)
26-31, 12.5 GB
Wilfredo Boscan (3.35 ERA/.251 BAA) turned in an absolutely terrific outing in Lexington on Tuesday. He allowed just one run on five hits in seven innings, walking zero and fanning three.
For the entire season, the 19-year-old Boscan [he turns 20 in October] has issued only 16 free passes in 96.2 innings.
DH Mike Hollander (1/3, 3B, BB) tripled while Cristian Santana (1/4, 2B) hit his 18th double.
Former Hickory reliever Matt Nevarez picked up the save for Lexington, striking out one in a perfect ninth inning.
W - Henry (2-3)
SV - Bermudez (3)
31-33, 7.0 GB
Ben Henry got off to a rough start, but he settled down late to yield three runs in five innings of work.
DH Jason Ogata was just 1-for-4 with a double, but he came up big with three runs batted in.
Kyle Rhoad (2/3, BB), Clark Murphy (2/4) and Zach Zaneski (2/4) all singled twice.
Kyle Ocampo allowed one run in 2.2 innings, walking zero and striking out three.
Reinier Bermudez punched out three in 1.1 hitless, scoreless frames. He walked one.
Bermudez has racked up 14 strikeouts in 10 scoreless innings this month.
L - Alvarez (2-3)
11-14, 4.5 GB
Perhaps the biggest news of the day in the Rangers' system was right-hander Michael Main's return to the mound.
The 20-year-old made a rehab start with the AZL Rangers on Tuesday, striking out all three hitters he faced in one inning of work.
Richard Alvarez followed. Although he surrendered just one hit in three innings, four walks, a wild pitch, and a balk led to two earned runs.
First baseman Michael Ortiz (2/4, 2B) and right fielder Guillermo Pimentel (1/3, 2B, BB) both doubled.
Centerfielder Edward Alfonzo singled three times in four trips.
The rookie club got stolen bases from Pimentel (12), Alfonzo (9), Ortiz (5) and second baseman Alex Gonzalez (16).
18-45, 29.5 GB
The DSL Rangers1 failed to qualify for the Dominican Summer League playoffs.
47-15, 9.0 GU
The DSL Rangers2 won the San Pedro Division and they received a bye in the DSL playoffs. They'll play soon.
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