Durham 7, Norfolk 6. Darnell McDonald hit a lead-off walk-off home run in the bottom of the 9th to give the Bulls the win. Edwin Jackson picked up the win after blowing the save in the top half of the inning. A single and 2 wild pitches by Jackson was followed by a sacrifice fly to tie the game at 6. Five Bulls had at least 2 hits including Delmon Young who went 2-4 and lifted his average to .322. Luis Rivas and Rodney Nye had 5 hits and 6 RBI combined. Joe Magrane struggled once again, giving up 10 hits and 4 runs in 6 innings.
Montgomery 5, Jacksonville 3, 10 innings. Jeremy Owens hit a 2-run home run in the top of the 10th to give the Biscuits the lead for good. After a shaky start Mitch Talbot settled down and had a strong performance. After walking the first two batters he faced, Talbot gave up an RBI single and a sacrifice fly in the 1st to fall down 2-0. After a walk and a single in the 3rd, Talbot would retire the last 16 batters he faced. Overall he threw 8 innings, allowing 2 hits, 3 walks and just those 2 first inning runs. He struck out 5. DH Michael Coleman homered for the second straight day, a solo shot in the 8th that gave the Biscuits a 3-2 lead, and now has 16 on the season. Elliot Johnson added 2 hits in 5 at bats as he tries to fight his way out of a recent mini-slump that has seen his average fall to .279, after hovering near .300 most of the season. Justin Ruggiano, Evan Longoria and Reid Brignac went a combined 0-12.