Memphis, Palm Beach, and Peoria all won as the system goes 3-1 W-L overall. Pitching was theme of the night with impressive performances from Boone Whiting, Jonathan Cornelious, and Kyle Helsiek.
Adron Chambers hit a 2-run RBI triple reminding people of his speed.
Kolten Wong doubled and walked extending his hit-streak to 11 games.
Ryan Jackson singled and walked twice.
Brock Peterson hit an RBI single.
Jermaine Curtis was 2-4 with an RBI.
Greg Garcia was hitless in his first game back from the DL. He was DHing.
Boone Whiting pitched an impressive 6 shutout innings giving 3 hits and walking 4 while striking out 4. Whiting struggled with control as he threw 87-pitches only 48 for strikes.
Marc Rzepczynski pitched 1 1/3 scoreless innings.
Jorge Rondon gave up 2 hits and retired two batters.
Victor Marte continues to be an resilient arm for Memphis converting his 10th save.
Springfield have plenty of opportunities to score and didn't execute well leaving 10 runners on base and going 1-for-13 with RISP.
Mike O'Neill continues to be a feisty lead-off man singling twice.
Thomas Pham singled twice as well.
Chris Swauger was 3-4 with a double.
Nick Greenwood pitched 5 innings giving up 5 hits on 2 earned runs and struck out 2.
Lee Stoppelman struck out three and was scoreless in two innings of work in his Springfield debut.
Matt Williams was 2-3 with a double.
Jonathan Rodriguez was 3-4 with an RBI triple.
Juan Castillo was 1-2 with an RBI and walk.
Jonathan Cornelius pitched an impressive 8 scoreless innings giving up 4 hits and walking 1 on 3 strikeouts. He out-dueled Nathan Eovadoli who was on his rehab assignment.
Ronnie Shaban gave up an earned run but still converted his 5th save.
Breyvic Valera continues to hit as he singled twice.
Ildemaro Vargas doubled.
Alex Mejia was 2-3 with a walk.
Patrick Wisdom was 3-4 with 2 RBI doubles. Hopefully that gets him going.
Kyle Helsiek pitched 7 shutout innings walking 2 and striking out 7.
Michael Aldrete pitched 2 scoreless innings and struck out 2 in relief of Helsiek.