Rochester 1, Durham 0. After his first bad start with the Bulls in his last outing, Jeremy Cummings rebounded nicely, throwing 4 shutout innings, allowing only 2 hits and 2 walks. He struck out 4…Juan Salas gave up only his 2nd run in his last 18 innings. He worked 2 innings, striking out 2…The Bulls had only 2 hits, one from Chris Richard and one from Mike DiFelice, both singles…Fernando Perez stole his 18th base.
Montgomery 1, Mobile 0 (13). Wade Davis threw 7 shutout innings, striking out 4, giving up only 4 singles and a walk…In the 13 inning, the Biscuits took advantage of a throwing error on a sac bunt to move a runner to third. After an intentional walk, Montgomery scored the winning run when Chris Nowak grounded to the third baseman who tried to force Rashad Eldridge at home. The catcher dropped the throw to end the game…John Jaso was 2-4 with a walk.
Vero Beach (All-Star break)
Columbus 7, Rome 6. Jeremy Hall was roughed up for 5 runs in 3 innings…Glenn Gibson pitched 2 scoreless innings of relief…Reid Fronkhad 2 doubles and a 3-run home run in 4 at bats.
NOTES FROM DOWN ON THE FARM…
- Biscuits manager Billy Gardner said that last night’s performance by Wade Davis was his best with Montgomery. [Montgomery Advertiser]
- We now know where Burt Reynolds will make his Rays debut. The Princeton Rays announced their roster. [Bluefield Daily Telegraph]
- No Rays are on this weeks Baseball America “Prospect Hot Sheet”. However, Heath Rollins is on the list of guys that just missed. [Baseball America]
- Vero Beach’s JT Hall will participate in today’s FSL All-Star game home run derby. [MiLB]