Omaha 3, Oklahoma City 2 (Seven innings)
WP: Brian Sanches (7-2)
The Storm Chasers won the completion of a suspended game plus a seven-inning contest, both in walk-off fashion. Anthony Seratelli singled home Pedro Ciriaco in the 11th inning of game one. Danny Duffy pitched 5.0 innings, allowing three runs on a homer in the fifth. Irving Falu was the hero in the nightcap as his double in the seventh plated Willy Taveras and Brett Hayes. Brian Sanches went the distance, yielding two runs (one earned) on seven hits.
NW Arkansas Naturals (17-14 2nd half, 42-59 overall)
NW Arkansas 8, Arkansas 8
HR: Brett Eibner 2 (14, 15), Brian Fletcher 2 (9, 10), Cheslor Cuthbert (3), Orlando Calixte (7)
Orlando Calixte hit a game-tying homer in the ninth and rain followed just as the 10th inning started in Springdale, suspending Tuesday's contest. Brian Fletcher was 4-for-5 with two home runs, three RBI and three runs. Brett Eibner hit a pair of solo homers and Cheslor Cuthbert recorded a two-run blast. The game will resume tonight at 6:00 p.m., with the regularly scheduled contest to follow.
Wilmington Blue Rocks (14-17 2nd half, 47-54 overall)
Carolina 8, Wilmington 7
LP: Spencer Patton (5-2)
HR: Justin Trapp (7)
Wilmington was swept at Carolina as the Mudcats scored the final four runs. The Blue Rocks have lost nine in a row overall. Justin Trapp was 2-for-5 with a two-run homer and two runs scored. Ethan Chapman posted two hits, two RBI and two runs while Jorge Bonifacio drove in two. Starter Sam Selman allowed three runs, four hits and three walks over 3.0 innings.
Lexington Legends (20-10 2nd half, 53-45 overall)
Greenville 5, Lexington 4
WP: Mark Peterson (0-2)
Lexington's winning streak ended at eight as Greenville walked off with two runs in the ninth. Raul Mondesi was 2-for-4 with an RBI, a walk and two runs. Terrance Gore stole two bases, bringing his total to 56, five behind White Sox prospect Micah Johnson, who has been promoted to the Carolina League.
Idaho Falls Chukars (15-17)
Idaho Falls 12, Missoula 7
WP: Yender Caramo (3-1)
The Chukars won three of four vs. Missoula. Every position player reached base, with eight players driving in at least one run. Humberto Arteaga, Adrian Bringas and Frank Schwindel drove in two runs apiece. Yender Caramo (6.0 IP, 11 H, 7 R, 3 ER, 0 BB, 3 SO) moved to 3-1.
Burlington Royals (15-16)
Burlington 7, Bristol 3
WP: Luis Santos (3-1)
HR: Sam Bates (5)
Sam Bates hit a go-ahead solo homer in the fifth as Burlington won game one vs. Bristol. Bates added a two-run triple in the seventh. Luis Santos struck out nine while holding the Sox to two runs over 6.0 innings. The series continued today with a matinee.
Surprise Royals (10-17)
Arizona Dodgers 6, Surprise 1
LP: Pedro Fernandez (0-1)
The Royals were held to four hits in a loss at Glendale. Pedro Fernandez pitched 5.0 innings, holding the Dodgers to a solo homer in the second. He has a combined 1.61 ERA in 22.1 innings with the Dominican Royals and Surprise (6 R, 3 ER).