-- Indianapolis lost to Columbus, 5-4. Sanchez went 4-4 with three doubles, Chris McGuiness 3-5 and Robert Andino 2-5. Adam Wilk struck out eight and walked none over seven innings, but allowed five runs.
-- Altoona won a wild one from Harrisburg, 13-12 in 11 innings. The Curve set the stage by scoring seven in the first three innings, only to have Orlando Castro, making his first AA start, give the runs right back. Castro had a rough day, lasting only three innings and giving up the seven runs on seven hits and two walks. He fanned four. Altoona eventually took a two-run lead into the bottom of the 9th, only to blow it due to two throwing errors by third baseman Dan Gamache. Alen Hanson, who was 3-5 on the day, hit his ninth HR to put the Curve back in front in the 10th, but Ryan Beckman couldn't hold the lead. Jarek Cunningham hit a pinch-hit HR, his fifth, in the 11th, and this time Beckman made it stand up. Drew Maggi went 4-6 with his third HR, Stetson Allie 2-6 with his 14th, Keon Broxton 2-6 with a double and his seventh HR, Andy Vasquez 2-6 with his sixth HR, and Gift Ngoepe 3-5. Castro even joined in the fun, getting a sac bunt and an RBI single in his first two professional plate appearances.
-- Glasnow hit his pitch limit after five and two-thirds innings. He allowed no runs on seven hits and a walk, and Bradenton went on to edge Tampa, 2-1. Glasnow threw 97 pitches, 62 for strikes. Josh Bell went 3-4 and Walker Gourley 2-3. More on this game in the comments.
-- West Virginia won the continuation of its suspended game with Greensboro, 8-3. Jones was 4-4, Reese McGuire 2-4 with a double, Michael Fransoso 2-4 with his second HR, and Elvis Escobar 2-4 with a triple. Cody Dickson allowed one run in four and two-thirds innings before the rain came. He gave up three hits and two walks, and struck out three.
The Power lost the regularly scheduled game, 6-3. Luis Heredia continued to struggle, allowing five runs, four earned, in five and a third innings. He gave up four hits and two walks, and struck out only one. Brett McKinney didn't help, allowing two runners inherited from Heredia to score. Danny Collins was 2-3, both doubles. Erich Weiss, who's been in a lengthy slump (.209 average in June, .179 so far in July) was 2-3. Jones was 1-3.
-- Jamestown broke its ten-game losing streak, beating Tri-City, 8-6. Every hitter in the Jammers' lineup had at least one hit. Kevin Ross was 2-4 with a double and Carl Anderson 2-5. Francisco Aponte hit his first HR. Andrew Lambo went 1-4 with a walk. Marek Minarik allowed one run in five innings on two hits and two walks. He struck out two. Andres Mendoza gave up five runs in relief, all unearned.
-- Bristol pounded Bluefield, 10-5. The Pirates had 14 hits, all singles. Nick Buckner and Enyel Vallejo each went 3-4. Pablo Reyes was 2-5 with a walk. Starter Omar Basulto threw four shutout innings. He gave up three hits and a walk, and fanned four.
-- The GCL Pirates lost to the Phillies, 5-4. Trey Supak, who started, and Mitch Keller each threw three innings. Supak allowed a run on four hits. He walked two and struck out one. Keller allowed no runs on a hit and a walk. He struck out none. Tito Polo! was 2-4 with a double, Julio De La Cruz 2-3 with a walk, and Bealyn Chourio 2-4. Cole Tucker returned from his thumb injury and went 1-4 as the DH. A little more on this game in the comments.
-- The DSL Pirates beat the Cubs, 5-4, in ten innings. Mikell Granberry singled in the top of the 10th to drive in Edison Lantigua, who had tripled, with the winning run. Granberry finished 3-5 with a double, Lantigua, who's now hitting .292, 2-5. Sandy Santos and Yunelky Adames each went 2-4. Adrian Valerio was 0-4.