Omaha evened a six-game series at 2-2. Irving Falu led off the game with a triple and scored on a Christian Colon single. Oklahoma City moved ahead on a two-run homer in the third and Omaha scored two unearned runs in the sixth. Everett Teaford tossed 6.0 innings, allowing two runs, six hits and a walk. Louis Coleman pitched 3.0 scoreless innings for the save.
NW Arkansas Naturals (3-3 2nd half, 28-48 overall)
The Naturals were off on Monday for the Texas League All-Star Break. They host the All-Star Game for the first time tonight and will be well-represented. Shortstop Orlando Calixte, catcher Mitch Canham, infielder Angel Franco, reliever Santiago Garrido and right-handed starter Yordano Ventura were named to the North squad on June 11. Franco will not play due to injury and Ventura was promoted to Omaha on June 3. Infielder Rey Navarro will take Franco's spot while first baseman Matt Fields and outfielder Roman Hernandez were also added to the squad. Manager Brian Poldberg, pitching coach Jim Brower, hitting coach Nelson Liriano, trainer Masa Koyanagi and conditioning coach Nate Dine will be the coaching representatives for the North Division team.
Wilmington Blue Rocks (2-2 2nd half, 35-39 overall) Wilmington 15, Lynchburg 8
WP: Tyler Sample (1-3)
KC and Atlanta's Carolina League entries met, with Wilmington scoring 15 runs on a season-high 19 hits. The Blue Rocks scored seven in the first and built an 11-2 lead. Dennis Raben was 4-for-6 with three RBI and two runs. Parker Morin finished a homer shy of the cycle, going 3-for-3 with three RBI and three runs. Alex McClure added three hits and three RBI. Tyler Sample (5.0 IP, 5 H, 2 ER) picked up the win.
Lexington Legends (4-1 2nd half, 37-36 overall) Lexington 3, Hickory 2
WP: John Walter (1-0)
SV: Mark Peterson (7)
Lexington won a fourth straight overall, rallying with a run in the eighth and another in the ninth. Michael Antonio scored the go-ahead run on Alex Hudak's single. Starter Leonel Santiago scattered two runs on five hits and a walk over 5.0 innings.
Idaho Falls Chukars (1-3) Idaho Falls at Ogden - Postponed due to rain
The Chukars were rained out in Ogden. A doubleheader is scheduled for tonight, with the first contest scheduled to start at 5:30 local time.
Burlington Royals (5-0) Burlington 4, Princeton 1
WP: Luis Santos (1-0)
Burlington is 2-0 at Princeton and 5-0 on the season. Ramon Torres was involved in all four runs. He singled and scored on a Mauricio Ramos double in the first, then tripled home a pair in the fifth and scored on a Ramos ground out. Luis Santos scattered four hits over 5.0 shutout stanzas.
Surprise Royals (2-2)
The Royals were off on Monday. They travel down Bell Road this evening for the first of a home-and-home against the Padres.