Around the System
Dustin Moseley came off the disabled list and allowed two runs over 4 2/3 innings, and John Van Benschoten picked up the win in relief. Jesus Montero caught two runners stealing, but also allowed four swipes. He went 1-for-4 with a run scored, and is batting .247. Greg Golson connected on his second home run, a solo shot off of Matt Maloney.
Double-A: Trenton 11, Erie 5
Look out, the Thunder offense seems to have its hitting shoes on. Marcos Vechionacci led the charge, coming a triple short of the cycle and connecting on his second home run in as many games. Austin Romine also had three hits, bumping his average to a robust .354. Luis Nunez and Brandon Laird also homered for Trenton. The bullpen, terrible of late, pitched four perfect innings after Ryan Pope exited.
High-A: Brevard County 5, Tampa 3
Adam Warren allowed five runs (four earned) over 6 1/3 innings, and the T-Yanks fell to the Manatees. Neil Medchill went 2-for-4 with his second home run with Tampa. Corban Joseph went 1-for-5 and stole a base in the loss. Melky Mesa and Walter Ibarra also came up with steals.
Low-A: Hickory 9, Charleston 2
Sean Black got roughed up to the tune of six runs (five earned) over 4 1/3 innings with zero strikeouts. Zoilo Almonte collected three singles in the loss. Rob Lyerly and Kelvin Castro also had a pair of knocks.