Omaha Storm Chasers (37-25)
Omaha 11, Round Rock 5
WP: Jonathan Sanchez (1-1)
HR: Anthony Seratelli (10)
Salvador Perez went 5-for-5 to lead a pack of eight Storm Chasers with multi-hit efforts. Perez scored four times, drove in a run and caught the entire game. He is 7-for-9 over two games as he recovers from left knee surgery. Fellow rehabber Chris Getz recorded two hits, two RBIs and a run. Irving Falu added three hits and four RBIs. Sanchez (5 innings, 5 hits, 3 earned runs, 2 walks, 5 strikeouts) worked around a pair of home runs to win in his third rehab start.
NW Arkansas Naturals (32-27)
NW Arkansas 5, Arkansas 4 (10 innings)
WP: Patrick Keating (2-0)
HR: John Whittleman (10)
The Naturals moved into a tie for first place in the North Division with their sixth straight win and second consecutive 10th-inning walk-off. Eric Duncan's infield single plated Rey Navarro for the winning run. Christian Colon knotted the score at 4 with a bases-loaded, two-out walk. Whittleman finished a double shy of the cycle, going 4-for-5 with a solo homer. Duncan and Paulo Orlando added three hits apiece. Starter Noel Arguelles limited Arkansas to a run on six hits and a walk over seven innings.
Wilmington Blue Rocks (28-33)
Winston-Salem 5, Wilmington 3 (Completion of April 22 game)
LP: Greg Billo (1-3)*
HR: Cheslor Cuthbert (1)*, Brian Fletcher (2)*
*Stats reflect April 22 totals
Winston-Salem 11, Wilmington 3 (Seven innings)
LP: Leondy Perez (3-3)
HR: Jake Kuebler (2), Brian Fletcher (5), Cheslor Cuthbert (3)
Wilmington lost two games at Winston-Salem, including a game that was suspended in the first inning on April 22. The Blue Rocks led that contest by a 3-1 score going into Friday. Cuthbert and Brian Fletcher were credited with homers that they hit on April 22. Both Cuthbert and Fletcher went deep again on Friday.
Kane County Cougars (33-28)
Kane County 4, Quad Cities 1
WP: Jonathan Dooley (2-0)
SV: Matt Ridings (2)
HR: Orlando Calixte (9)
The Cougars completed a three-game sweep with a second straight 4-1 win. Calixte tripled, homered and scored two runs. Angel Baez held Quad Cities to a run on three hits and four walks over four innings. Dooley tossed three perfect frames for the relief win.