May 30th Games
AAA Toledo Mud Hens - Toledo 7, Rochester 3
24-28, t-3rd in West Division
Toledo got their road trip underway with a 7-3 win over Rochester on Monday. Adam Wilk was masterful in his return to the minors, giving up just one run on five hits in seven innings of work as he picked up his fourth win of the season. Jose Ortega struggled a bit in relief, allowing two runs in his 1 1/3 innings of work, which caused the Hens to turn to Lester Oliveros, who came on and recorded the final two outs for the save. At the plate, Ryan Strieby ripped a three run double, while Bryan Pounds added two hits and two RBI. Scott Thorman also had two hits including a triple, drove in one and scored twice.
AA Erie Seawolves - Reading 7, Erie 4
22-26, 6th in Western Division
The SeaWolves fell to Reading 7-4 on Monday, despite out-hitting Reading 12-10. Luke Putkonen got the start and struggled yet again, giving up seven runs on eight hits in five innings of work. Zach Samuels was strong in relief, tossing four shutout innings, yielding just two hits, but the 'Wolves couldn't quite fight their way back into the game, despite two runs in the ninth. Audy Ciriaco had a double and drove in two runs for the club, while Jamie Johnson also added a hit, a walk, a run scored and an RBI.
A+ Lakeland Flying Tigers – Off Day
26-25, 4th in North Division
The Flying Tigers were off for Memorial Day, but return to action on Tuesday back at home to host Fort Myers for a four game set.
A West Michigan Whitecaps - GM1: West Michigan 5, Lake County 0
GM2: Lake County 4, West Michigan 3
21-30, 8th in Eastern division
The Whitecaps split their doubleheader with Lake County on Monday, winning the first game 5-0 but falling in the second 4-3. In the first game, Josue Carreno had a big game, going the distance and allowing just three hits and two walks with six strikeouts in his seven inning complete game. At the plate, James Robbins went 2-for-4 with a double and a solo home run with two RBI total, and Ryan Hamme also added a two run homer. Dixon Machado and Hernan Perez each also chipped in with three hits. The second game didn't got as well as the 'Caps fell into an early 3-1 hole and were able to climb back and tie it, but then lost the lead in the next half inning and didn't have another comeback in them. Tim Mowry got the start but lasted just one inning, giving up three runs before exiting. Michael Torrealba allowed just one run in four innings but took the loss as his run allowed was the go-ahead one. At the plate, Steven Moya ripped a two run homer.
R DSL Tigers - Angels 7, Tigers 0
0-2, -- in DSL SPM Division
The DSL Tigers dropped their game with the DSL Angels by a score of 7-0. Luis Hidalgo got the start and took the loss, giving up six runs (four earned) in 3 1/3 innings of work. Walter Lachapel allowed the final run in his two innings. Alwin Delgado reached base twice for the club.
R VSL Tigers - No Report
3-7, 6th in VSL
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