Altoona was rained out and the rookie leagues don't play on Sundays.
-- Indianapolis picked up a 2-1 win over Gwinnett in a game that was completed early -- with one out in the top of the 8th -- due to rain. Graham Godfrey gave up one run in five innings. Duke Welker followed with two shutout innings in which he gave up three hits and fanned three. Tony Sanchez went 3-3 with his tenth HR. Just one less than half of his 73 hits on the year have gone for extra bases. Neil Walker went 1-3 with a double and a walk. Andrew Lambo also went 1-3.
-- Bradenton got only three hits, but beat Lakeland, 5-2. Alen Hanson had a bases loaded triple in four ABs. Dan Gamache and Willy Garcia had the other hits. Stetson Allie went 0-3 with a walk and two strikeouts. Joely Rodriguez (pictured) got his first win at the level, throwing six shutout innings and allowing four hits and one walk. He fanned six.
-- West Virginia beat Kannapolis, 5-4, on a walkoff sacrifice fly by Josh Bell in the 9th. Max Moroff got on base all five times up on two singles and three walks. Barrett Barnes went 2-4 with a walk and Dilson Herrera 1-4 with a walk. Bell hit his ninth HR in four ABs and drove in three. It was his first longball since June 4. Jason Creasy allowed four runs, three earned, in five innings. He gave up give hits and two walks, and struck out two. Ryan Hafner fanned five two scoreless innings. He gave up three hits and a walk.
-- Jamestown lost to Aberdeen, 8-3. Starter Cody Dickson threw four shutout innings, allowing two hits and a walk, and striking out three. He was followed by Dave Jagoditsh, who faced four batters, hitting two and walking two. In an inning and a third for Jamestown, he's now hit six batters. All four of Jagoditsh' runners came around to score. Axel Diaz let three of them in, then gave up four runs of his own. Edwin Espinal went 3-4 and Adam Frazier 2-4.