In Sacramento, Randy Ruiz (.333) had 4 hits, including his 12th home run, driving in 2 more runs (that's 48 already) to pace the Reno Aces to a 10-2 win over the River Cats.
In Harrisburg, David Buchanan threw a complete game, 7-hit shut out for Reading, and 7 different R-Phils picked up 2 hits each in Reading's 8-0 win over the Senators. Buchanan (2-5, 4.04) walked just 1 and struck out 4. Sebastian Valle had a triple and a home run, knocking in 3 runs, and Darin Ruf (.343), Leandro Castro (.278), Jeremy Barnes (.208) and Troy Hazawa (.321) all added 2 hits to the attack.
In Gwinnett, Mike Schwimer gave up 6 runs in the bottom of the 9th inning as the Braves completed a comeback from down 8-0, to take a 9-8 win from the IronPigs. Domonic Brown (.256, 2 runs, stolen base), Cody Overbeck (.274, double, RBI) and Tim Kennelly all had 2 hits for Lehigh Valley.
In Salt Lake City, Anthony Gose extended his hitting streak to 11 games with 2 hits and a run scored for Las Vegas in the 51s' 6-2 win over the Bees. Gose is 22 for 46 over the 11 games, a .478 clip. Travis d'Arnaud saw his streak stopped, but did walk and score a run to aid the 51s cause..............In Kodak, Jason Jaramillo (.258) had 2 hits and scored a run for Huntsville in the Star's 8-4 win over the Smokies. Jesus Sanchez (0.81) recorded the final 4 outs, 2 with Ks, to notch his 5th save of the season for Huntsville.
In Charleston, the BlueClaws began their road trip with a 4-3 loss to West Virginia. Aaron Altherr had 2 more hits, including his 3rd home run, and Kyrell Hudson had a single and a double and knocked in a run for Lakewood. Kenny Giles, Austin Brough, and Luis Paulino all threw shut out ball, but Gabriel Arias allowed 4 runs on 7 hits in just 1.1 innings, and that was enough for the Power to win it.