Omaha Storm Chasers (37-48)
New Orleans 6, Omaha 3
LP: Yordano Ventura (2-2)
The Storm Chasers let a 3-1 lead slip away vs. New Orleans. Yordano Ventura (6.0 IP+3, 3 H, 5 R, 4 ER, 2 BB, 6 SO) held the Zephyrs scoreless through the fourth. Anthony Seratelli recorded three hits, an RBI and a run. Paulo Orlando added two doubles and is batting .419 (13-for-31) since June 20.
NW Arkansas Naturals (7-5 2nd half, 32-50 overall)
Northwest Arkansas made the long trek to Midland (Athletics), where they begin a three-game set tonight.
Wilmington Blue Rocks (7-4 2nd half, 40-41 overall)
Wilmington 8, Frederick 3
WP: Spencer Patton (4-1)
HR: Kenny Swab (4), Dennis Raben (3)
Wilmington moved closer to .500 with a second straight win at Frederick. Kenny Swab started the scoring with a solo shot in the second. Dennis Raben added a two-run homer in the third. Ethan Chapman recorded three hits, two RBI and a run. Spencer Patton held the Keys to a run over 3.1 innings of relief. He fanned seven, bringing his total to 64 K's in 49.2 innings of work.
Lexington Legends (8-5 2nd half, 41-40 overall) Lexington 1, Greenville 0 (Game One - Seven Innings)
WP: Daniel Stumpf (6-6)
HR: Raul Mondesi (5)
Lexington 7, Greenville 1 (Game Two - Seven Innings)
WP: Christian Binford (5-3)
Lexington won a pair of seven-inning games, highlighted by Daniel Stumpf's no-hitter in game one. The 22-year old lefty, KC's ninth-round pick in 2012, allowed just one walk while fanning three. Raul Mondesi's homer in the first was the difference. Christian Binford held the Drive to a run over 5.0 innings in game two. Bubba Starling was 2-for-4 with a double and three RBI. Mondesi added two hits and two runs.
Idaho Falls Chukars (4-9)
Idaho Falls 13, Orem 3
WP: Zeb Sneed (1-1)
HR: Alexis Rivera (1), Daniel Rockett (2), Cody Stubbs (1)
Idaho Falls scored nine times over the final two innings in a rout of Orem. 2013 eighth-round pick Cody Stubbs drove in four, including three on his first professional home run. Daniel Rockett added three hits, two RBI and three runs.
Burlington Royals (5-7)
All Appalachian League teams had Tuesday off. Burlington is at Danville (Braves) tonight.
Surprise Royals (5-5)
Surprise was off on Tuesday. They play the Arizona Indians tonight in Goodyear.
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