Bradenton and Bristol were rained out.
-- Josh Bell hit a walk-off double, his second walk-off hit since being promoted to AAA, giving Indianapolis a 4-3 win over Toledo in eleven innings. Josh Harrison and Jordy Mercer started their rehab assignments, going 1-4 and 0-3, respectively, while playing seven innings. Tyler Glasnow threw the first six innings, giving up a run on four hits and three walks. He struck out five and threw 53 of 88 pitches for strikes. Bell went 3-5 with two doubles and three RBIs. He's now 9-for-22 (.409) in his last six games. Willy Garcia was 2-4. Alen Hanson returned after a brief absence and went 0-5, dropping his average to .270.
-- Altoona took a 6-1 lead, but managed to lose to Binghamton, 13-6. Rob Scahill made his second rehab start, the other being with Bradenton. He went three innings, giving up no runs, two hits and a walk. He struck out none. Once Scahill was out, the roof fell in. Jason Creasy gave up seven runs in four innings and Brett McKinney five while recording only one out. Jose Osuna went 2-4 with his sixth HR and four RBIs. Mel Rojas was 2-4 with a triple and Barrett Barnes 1-3 with a double.
-- West Virginia outslugged Delmarva, 10-6. Michael Suchy and Jordan Luplow stayed hot. Suchy was 2-4 with a double and his ninth HR. In his last seven games, he's 13-for-34 (.382) with five doubles and three HRs. Luplow was 2-4 with a triple. He's hitting .390 in his last ten games with five doubles, a triple and two HRs. Luplow's had at least one extra-base hit in six straight games, Suchy in six of seven. Connor Joe went 3-5 with a double, Elvis Escobar 3-4 with a steal of home, and Taylor Gushue 2-3 with a double. Gushue is 14-for-35 (.400) in his last nine games. Kevin Newman went 1-5. Starter Alex McRae gave up four runs on ten hits in six innings.
-- Morgantown scored two in the 1st, but nothing afterward and lost to Williamsport, 5-2. After four straight scoreless starts, J.T. Brubaker gave up four runs in four innings on seven hits and a walk. He struck out three. Logan Hill went 2-4.
-- The GCL Pirates dropped a doubleheader to the Blue Jays, the first game by a 4-3 count and the second game, 3-1. Ike Schlabach, the Pirates' highest-drafted prep LHP in 2015 (round 19), made his pro debut in game one, allowing just an unearned run and one hit in two innings. He struck out two. Round 18 pick Stephan Meyer threw two scoreless innings, allowing just one hit and fanning three. Edison Lantigua hit his second HR and Victor Fernandez went 2-3. Ke'Bryan Hayes was 1-4. Luis Benitez went 3-4 in game two. (Oddly, the Pirates outhit the Jays 8-4 in both games.) Lantigua, Adrian Valerio and Fernandez each had doubles. Hayes was 0-2.