AAA Toledo Mud Hens - ALL STAR BREAK
50-41, 1st in West division
The 'Hens have now entered their All Star break, but this time around, Toledo will be hopping, as Fifth Third Field will be hosting the International League's Midsummer Classic. The 'Hens return to action on Thursday.
- Tim Law, Toledo Correspondent
AA Erie SeaWolves - ALTOONA 7, ERIE 1
37-50, 6th in Southern division
Erie lost at home to Altoona Monday night, 7-1. Jair Jurrjens picked up his first loss in Double-A, giving up three unearned runs on four hits and two walks in five innings. Erie's offense only managed three hits all night, two of which were by Jackson Melian, who also scored the only run. Mike Rabelo got the only other hit, ending the day 1 for 3 with a walk and a strikeout. Firstbaseman Kelly Hunt went 0 for 3 with a strikeout and two fielding errors. Erie now travels to Altoona for a game on June 13th, at 7:05pm.
- Sam Ginsburg, Erie Correspondent
HiA Lakeland Tigers - PPD: RAIN
9-9, 4th in West division
Lakeland's game with Tampa was rained out on Monday night. No make-up date has been announced yet.
- Steve Varcardipone, Lakeland Correspondent
A West Mich. Whitecaps - CDR. RAPIDS 6, W. MICH. 5
15-4, 1st in Eastern division
The Whitecaps jumped out to an early lead against the Kernels but couldn't hold on to it, falling 6-5. Walks plagued the 'Caps pitchers, as they allowed seven on the evening. Sendy Vasquez got the start and lasted only four innings, allowing three runs, two earned, on six hits and three walks. Josh Kauten took the loss in relief, allowing two runs in two innings of work, walking three more Kernels. Loren Fraser was the lone bright spot for the pitching staff, as he allowed only one run in three innings of work, striking out five and walking one. Mike Holliman went 2-for-3 the evening after hitting for the cycle, and Justin Justice drove in two. Pedro Cotto was 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI, and Will Rhymes was 1-for-4 with a triple and an RBI. The 'Caps have the day off the 11th, and will open a series against Southwest Michigan on the 12th.
- Jared Wells, West Michigan Correspondent
SS-A Oneonta Tigers - JAMESTOWN 6, ONEONTA 1
13-7, 1st in Stedler division
The O-Tigers came up short on Monday, losing to Jamestown 6-1. Tom Thornton got the start, but only made it two innings, giving up no runs. Tim Robertson took the loss in relief, as he was shelled for all six Jamestown runs in third inning, recording just two outs before he was pulled from the game. Jose Fragoso and Chris Krawczyk held Jamestown from that point forward, but the offense couldn't overcome the six run deficit. Scott Sizemore drove in the team's only run, while Brennan Boesch had the team's only extra base hit. Oneonta returns home on Tuesday to begin a three game series with Staten Island at 7:00pm.
- Paul Wezner, Senior Editor
R GCL Tigers - GCL TIGERS 6, GCL PHILLIES 5
7-9, 4th in North division
Kyle Sleeth returned to the mound at the GCL level again, but had a bit better showing this time around, as he gave up a pair of unearned runs in two innings. Cristhian Martinez came on in relief to pick up the win, as he gave up three runs in five innings. Luis Arlet had a big day at the plate, going 3-for-4 with two runs and an RBI, while Carlos Ramirez also chipped in with a pair of hits. The GCL Tigers travel to the GCL Braves home on Tuesday and play at noon.
- Paul Wezner, Senior Editor
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