The DSL Pirates were off.
-- Indianapolis lost to Toledo, 11-6. Casey Sadler had a rough start, giving up six runs on seven hits and five walks in five innings. He struck out four. Charlie Leesman and A.J. Morris combined to allow another five runs in two innings. The Indians finally turned to first baseman Hunter Morris and catcher Wilkin Castillo, each of whom pitched a scoreless inning. Alen Hanson was 2-5 with a double, and Elias Diaz and Tony Sanchez each 2-4. Brent Morel and Steve Lombardozzi each went 2-5.
-- Altoona blew a late lead and lost to Binghamton, 5-3. Yhonathan Barrios inherited a 3-2 advantage, but his own error and an infrequent one by Gift Ngoepe let in the winning runs. The Curve had only six hits. Stetson Allie was 3-4 and Dan Gamache 2-4 with his third HR. Josh Bell was 0-3. Starter Zack Dodson gave up two runs in six and two-thirds innings. He allowed six hits and two walks, and fanned five.
-- Bradenton lost to Jupiter, 2-1. Jayson Aquino had a much better start than his previous two, giving up just one run in six innings. He allowed five hits, walked one and struck out three. The Marauders had only five hits, all by Harold Ramirez, who was 3-4, and Justin Maffei, who was 2-3. Ramirez now has a 28-game hitting streak dating back to last year. JaCoby Jones was 0-5 and Reese McGuire 0-2. Austin Meadows didn't play.
-- West Virginia beat Delmarva in ten innings, 4-3. Starter Alex McRae gave up two runs in six innings on seven hits and two walks. He struck out six. Connor Joe (pictured) had his best game as a pro, going 3-4 with a double. Michael Suchy was 2-4 with a double and three RBIs. Cole Tucker missed his second straight game.