Games played on Sunday, June 7

Triple – A

Louisville 4 (28-28) – Lehigh Valley 1 (23-33)

For the second consecutive start, Homer Bailey went out and was dominant.  Bailey pitched 6.2 scoreless innings, allowing 7 hits and no walks while striking out 6.  Over his last 2 starters, Homer has gone 14.2 scoreless innings, allowing 11 hits and 2 walks while striking out 14.

Drew Stubbs and Drew Sutton had 3 hits each in the win.  Stubbs was 3-5 with a double and 2 runs scored while Sutton was 3-4 with 2 doubles and a run scored.  Wes Bankston went 2-4 with 2 runs batted in. 

Double – A

Carolina 2 (32-25) – Jacksonville 0 (27-31)

Travis Wood continues to impress.  In this game, Wood pitched a complete game, shutout, allowing just 3 hits and striking out 11.  He did all of this on just 107 pitches.  Wood is now 5-3 with a 1.22 ERA on the season.  In June, Wood has pitched 15 scoreless innings, allowing just 6 hits and 1 walk while striking out 17!  Earlier in the year, control was somewhat of a problem.  Wood has walked 30 batters on the season.  However, Travis has walked only 1 in his last 3 starts combined.

Todd Frazier and Zach Cozart supplied the offense for the Mudcats.  Both had 2 hits with one of those being a solo homerun  Cozart’s homerun came in the 6th inning to break a scoreless tie.  It was Zach’s 6th homer of the season.  Frazier’s blast came in the 9th to add an insurance run.  Todd’s homer was his 4th of the season.

Class A Advanced

Tampa 10 (24-29) – Sarasota 5 (22-32)

Tampa scored 8 runs in the first two innings of this game with all 8 runs  being charged to Reds starter Jerry Gil.  Gil gave up the 8 runs on 7 hits and 3 walks in 1.1 innings pitched.  He struck out 2 and watched his ERA balloon to 7.74 on the season.

Jason Bour went 2-4 in the game with a 3-run homer, his 2nd of the season.  Justin Reed, Jake Kahaulelio, and Neftali Soto had 2 hits each for the Reds in the loss.

Single – A

Dayton 3 (23-33) – Great Lakes 2  (29-27)

The boxscore says that J.C. Sulbaran was the scheduled starter, however, he never threw a pitch.  Perhaps Bill or someone can fill me and everyone else in on what happened here.  Andrew Bowman instead came in and made the “start” and pitched 5, scoreless innings, allowing just 1 hit and 1 walk while striking out 7.

Cody Puckett, Kevin Coddington, and Yen Kuo each had a hit and an rbi in the Dragons victory.