Columbus 4, Toledo 1
T. J. McFarland allowed one run in seven inning of work, and Cody Allen continued his dominance of AAA hitters. Both McFarland (4th round, 2007) and Allen (23rd round, 2011) started the season in AA, but both have had initial success in AAA. Allen is probably ready for the majors if the Indians want to add him to the 40-man roster. Travis Hafner got his final rehab in after it was previously rained out on Sunday, going 0-for-4.
Richmond 9, Akron 5 (11 Innings)
The Flying Squirrels scored 4 runs off Bryce Stowell to take the lead in the 11th. Knuckleballer Steven Wright had one of his less effective games, allowing five runs (four earned) in 6 innings on 7 hits and 3 walks. Matt Lawson, Adam Abraham, and Roberto Perez had two hits apiece for the Aeros.
Carolina 11, Potomac 1
The Mudcats blew out the Nationals on 15 hits (8 of which were extra-base hits). Future Game participant Jesus Aguilar continued his torrid streak, hitting two more home runs and a double, part of a 4-for-5 night. Giovanny Urshela went 3-for-5 with a homer and double, and Bo Greenwell and Tony Wolters added two hits apiece. Danny Salazar started, pitching four innings of shutout ball.
Fort Wayne 5, Lake County 4
Mason Radeke allowed four runs (three earned) in 5 innings, and the Captains couldn't overcome a 1-run deficit. Alex Monsalve went 2-for-4 with a double, and Jose Ramirez had three hits, including a double. Francisco Lindor walked twice in four plate appearances.
Mahoning Valley 12, Williamsport 6
The combo of Naquin and Wendle continued to produce, with Wendle going 3-for-4 with a double and a walk, and Naquin going 1-for-3 with three walks. Jairo Kelley added a double.
The AZL Indians were off.