RHP Trevor Richards was assigned to the Jupiter Hammerheads from Jacksonville.
The Jumbo Shrimp activated RHP Omar Bencomo from the seven-day DL.
Pacific Coast League
New Orleans Baby Cakes (35-55)
Last night, the PCL All Stars defeated the International League All-Stars, 6-4 with 7,024 present at Cheney Stadium.
The lone Baby Cake on the roster, Tomas Telis, played catcher in the later innings and went 0-for-1 from the dish.
Elsewhere in the PCL
Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp 3, Biloxi Shuckers 2 (10)
John Norwood hit a walkout home run in the 10th inning to defeat the visiting Shuckers (45-44) with 5,819 in the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville.
Omar Bencomo made a triumphant return to his early season dominance, surrendering three hits and a walk for zero runs over five innings. He struck out four Shuckers and earned no-decision with a 66 GameScore for Jacksonville (41-49).
The Jumbo Shrimp opened scoring in the bottom of the sixth on a Cam Maron RBI-single to left field, then the Shuckers took a 2-1 lead in the eighth when Dustin Houle hit his first homer of the season. The Shrimp tied it in the bottom of that same inning on a Maron sacrifice fly.
Norwood led the way with two singles and a walk to go with his walkoff, and Kyle Barrett hit a single and a double.
Elsewhere in the SL
Tennessee Smokies 2, Montgomery Biscuits 1 (11)
Chattanooga Lookouts 5, Pensacola Blue Wahoos 3 (12)
Jackson Generals 4, Mississippi Braves 2
Mobile BayBears 11, Birmingham Barons 5
Florida State League
Jupiter Hammerheads 2, Palm Beach Cardinals 0 (B1, suspended)
The Hammerheads (42-44) hit two doubles and scored two runs in the top of the first against the Cardinals (50-35) before the game was halted with two out in the bottom of the inning with 1,124 present at Roger Dean Stadium. The game will be resumed today.
Elsewhere in the FSL
Clearwater Threshers 7, Bradenton Marauders 4
Dunedin Blue Jays 4, Tampa Yankees 2
Daytona Tortuguas vs. St. Lucie Mets (ppd, rain)
Florida Fire Frogs vs. Lakeland Flying Tigers (ppd, inclement weather)
Fort Myers Miracle vs. Charlotte Stone Crabs (ppd, rain)
South Atlantic League
Greensboro Grasshoppers 4, Columbia Fireflies 1
Dylan Lee (4-9, 4.84) scattered four hits and two walks over five frames of work, allowing no runs and whiffing four Fireflies (47-40) with 3,261 in attendance at Spirit Communication Park. Chad Smith earned his third save of the year for Greensboro, striking out two in a hitless ninth.
James Nelson opened scoring in the first with a sacrifice fly, then Jarrett Rindfleisch doubled the Grasshoppers’ (46-40) lead with an RBI-single in the fourth. Aaron Knapp (4) hit a super-long home run to lead off the fifth, but Columbia got that one back in the seventh on a bases loaded HBP by Michael Mertz. Fortunately for Greensboro, that was the only run of the day for the Fireflies. Bryan De La Rosa scored the Grasshoppers’ fourth run in the ninth on a passed ball by Dan Rizzle.
Corey Bird led the Hoppers with a single and a double. Brian Miller and Colby Lusignan both singled and scored for Greensboro.
Elsewhere in the SAL
Augusta GreenJackets 2, West Virginia Power 0
Charleston RiverDogs 6, Hagerstown Suns 3
Asheville Tourists 8, Hickory Crawdads 4
Greenville Drive 12, Kannapolis Intimidators 2
Lexington Legends 9, Delmarva Shorebirds 2
Lakewood Blue Claws 6, Rome Braves 1
New York-Penn League
Batavia Muckdogs 7, Lowell Spinners 2
The hosting Muckdogs (9-13) defeated the Lowell Spinners (10-11) with 528 at Dwyer Stadium. Ryan Lillie started and pitched three shutout and walkless innings, allowing three singles and striking two out. Vincenzo Aiello (1-0, 4.50) earned the victory with a perfect fourth inning. Ryan McKay also put on a flawless performance, for 1 2⁄3 innings.
In the bottom of the first, J.C. Millan hit a two-RBI-triple and scored on a Terry Bennett groundout for a 3-0 lead. Batavia added a run in the next inning on a Shao-Pin Ho RBI-single, aided by a throwing error on opposing shortstop Yomar Valentin. Batavia and Lowell traded runs in the sixth, the Spinners on a Brett Netzer RBI-groundout and the Muckdogs on a Marcos Rivera RBI-double.
Batavia added runs in the seventh and the eighth, on a Jhonny Santos (1) solo shot and a Mitchell Osnowitz wild pitch, respectively. Lowell’s Frankie Rios hit an inside-the-park home run in the ninth, but that was all the Spinners could muster in their comeback effort.
Millan finished with a single and a triple, Rivera had a single and a double, and Bennett with a pair of base hits.
Elsewhere in the NYPL
State College Spikes 10, Tri-City Valleycats 4
Staten Island Yankees 3, Vermont Lake Monsters 2
Aberdeen Ironbirds 10, Auburn Doubledays 3
Mahoning Valley Scrappers 5, Brooklyn Cyclones 4 (10)
West Virginia Black Bears 2, Hudson Valley Renegades 1 (10)
Gulf Coast League
The Marlins were shut down on three hits by a quartet of Astros pitchers on Wednesday afternoon at Roger Dean Stadium.
Cody Poteet (0-1, 3.21) lost, allowing all four runs on six hits and two walks. He struck out five. Miguel De Los Santos struck out four in three scoreless innings of relief. Only Gerardo Nunez, Isaac Galloway, and Michael Hernandez hit safely, each with singles.
Elsewhere in the GCL
Dominican Summer League
DSL Marlins 3, DSL Athletics 3 (suspended, 6)
Brhayan Campos hit a two-run double and Daniel Paulino hit a run scoring single in the two-third’s of a game played between the Marlins and A’s on Wednesday morning.
Leudy Martinez allowed all three A’s runs in three innings of work, on six hits. He struck out three. Yeremin Lara also struck out three in three innings, surrendering only a walk and one hit.
Elsewhere in the DSL
Rockies 5, Angels 0
Red Sox 8, Astros Blue 7 (early completed, rain, 8)
Dodgers1 10, Braves 3 (early completed, rain, 6)
Cardinals 10, Yankees 9
Mets2 6, Cubs2 3
Blue Jays 7, D-backs1 6
Dodgers2 4, Astros Orange 2 (early completed, rain, 8)
Giants 7, White Sox 4
Cubs1 10, Indians/Brewers 5
Mariners 7, Reds 2
Orioles 4, Padres 1
Mets1 4, Phillies Red 2
Phillies White 3, Brewers 2 (suspended, rain, 5)
Indians 10, Pirates 3
Tigers 4, Rangers2 1 (early completed, rain, 6)
Rangers1 8, Rays2 4
D-backs2 5, Rojos 0 (no-hitter)
Royals 4, Rays1 2 (early completed, rain, 8)
Twins 3, Nationals 1
Marlins’ Minor Leaguers of the Day
Dylan Lee earned the win in Columbia by striking out four in five shutout innings. He allowed four hits and a walk, earning a 62 GameScore.
Jacksonville’s John Norwood hit two singles, but earns mention as the player of the day with his walkoff shot against the Shuckers.
Fish Stripes Top 30 Prospect Watch (dynamic tracker)
#1 James Nelson @WoahitsNelly batted third and went 1-for-3 with an RBI, hitting .318 for Greensboro.
#2 Trevor Richards @trvrchrds
#3 Braxton Lee @Brax_Lee 0-for-4, one walk, three K’s, .328 batting leadoff with Jacksonville.
#4 Dillon Peters @dillypickz
#5 Brian Anderson @AndersonBrian01 0-for-4, one run, one strikeout batting third for the Shrimp.
#6 Drew Steckenrider @asteckenrider20
#7 Jeff Brigham @Jbrigs34
#8 Mike Kickham @MikeKickham4
#9 Brian Miller @B_Millz05 led off for Greensboro, going 1-for-3 with a walk and a run. He’s hitting .280 since turning professional.
#10 Ben Meyer @BenMeyer28
#11 Trevor Rogers @T_Raw1691
#12 Boo Vazquez hit a two-run double in his only at bat for Jupiter. He’s batting fifth and hitting .362 for the Hammerheads.
#13 Cameron Baranek @CameronB25
#14 Michael King
#15 Shao-pin Ho batted ninth for Batavia and went 1-for-4. He’s hitting .250.
#16 Austin Dean @AustinDean_3 went 0-for-1 pinch hitting in the pitcher’s spot for the Jumbo Shrimp. He’s at .259 this season.
#17 Brian Schales @BrianSchales batted seventh for the Hammmerheads, going 0-for-1 with a .256 average.
#18 Kyle Barrett @kbarrett_4 went 2-for-4 with a double batting seventh with Jacksonville, and is hitting .222 since joining the club.
#19 Walner Espinal went 1-for-1 with a walk, hitting .319 and batting fifth for DSL.
#20 Kyle Keller @keller_11
#21 Aaron Knapp @aknappyboii hit a very long home run to deep right-center field in four at bats for the Grasshoppers. He’s batting ninth and is hitting .243 this season.
#22 Jhonny Santos went 1-for-4 with a solo homer and a walk, hitting .300 and batting second for the Muckdogs.
#23 Corey Bird went 2-for-4 with a double and a whiff batting second for the Grasshoppers to raise his average to .294.
#24 Joseph Dunand @Joedunand
#25 Riley Mahan @RizzMahan
#26 Tayron Guerrero @TyronGuerrero7
#27 Sam Perez @SCPerez_
#28 Cody Poteet @PoTweet_34 started and pitched five innings for GCL, allowing four runs on six hits and two walks, striking out five in his rehab assignment.
#29 Mason Davis @_Maeday20 batted leadoff and hit a double in his only at bat, scoring the first run of the game for the Hammerheads.
#30 Samuel Castro
The GCL Marlins are leading the GCL Nationals, 3-1 in the bottom of the fifth inning as I write this.
At 10:30AM, the DSL Marlins will host the DSL Astros Blue (18-16).
Jupiter and Palm Beach will continue yesterday’s contest in progress in the first inning as part of a seven-inning doubleheader around 5PM.
At 7:05PM, the Fireflies will host Kolton Mahoney (3-3, 2.95) and the Grasshoppers.
At 7:15PM, the Chattanooga Lookouts (57-33) will open a four-game series against the Shrimp. Matt Tomshaw (8-5, 3.81) will look to rebound from his last game.
The Oklahoma City Dodgers (49-40) will begin a four-game set against the Baby Cakes at 8:05PM. The New Orleans pitcher has yet to be decided.
GCL Marlin Edgar Martinez turns 20 today, and recently drafted catcher J.D. Osborne will turn 22.
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