Evan Longoria goes deep twice
Louisville 8, Durham 5. Catcher Shawn Riggans went 3-5 with a double and an RBI and Wes Bankston went 2-5 with a double and 2 RBI. Joel Guzman was hitless in 3 at bats and Delmon Young went 1-4 with 2 runs scored. Chris Seddon gave up 6 runs in 6.1 innings.
Montgomery 4, Mobile 0. The Dirt Bag is the real deal. We thought it was a good sign when he dominated in the New York-Penn league for a week. Then we started to get excited when he dominated the California League. We were still a bit hesitant considering everybody hits well in the CL. But now…Oh boy! We are starting to get down-right giddy. Evan Longoria hit 2 home runs last night for the Biscuits. He now has 4 home runs in 9 games since being promoted to AA, and 14 in 44 games as a pro. He is 14-37 (.378) in 9 AA games. The Dirt Bag can hit…he can just flat out hit. Mitch Talbot struck out 7 and allowed 4 hits in 7 shut out innings. He did manage to work around 5 walks.
Modesto 15, Visalia 5.
Dayton 10, SW Michigan 3. Michael Wlodarczyk continues the struggling ways of the Big 3 pitching prospects of the D-Rays. Last night he gave up 8 runs on 12 hits in just 5 innings of work.
Lowell 2, Hudson Valley 0. The Renegades were no-hit in a combined effort of 2 pitchers. Hudson Valley managed only 3 baserunner all night, a walk and 2 hit batsmen.
Danville 7, Princeton 6. Chris Andujar, son of former big leaguer Jaoquin, gave up 3 runs, on 7 hits in 5 innings.