Ezequiel Carrera (triple), Jason Donald (double) and Vinny Rottino (double, HR) all went 2-5, helping carry the Clippers to a win. Corey Kluber struck out 7 in six innings, allowing two runs. J.C. Romero made his Columbus debut, pitching a clean inning.
Homeruns from Nick Weglarz (#13) and Adam Abraham (#11) were not enough for the Aeros, despite six innings of one-hit ball from T.J. House (0R, 1BB, 6K). Preston Guilmet blew just his fourth save of the year in the 9th.
Poor defense did not help Michael Goodnight, who allowed six runs in four innings of work. Jesus Aguilar was 1-3 with a double and two walks, while Delvi Cid went 3-4 with a double.
Everyone in the Lake County lineup had a hit, including a 3-5 day for Alex Lavisky (HR #7). Luigi Rodriguez added his ninth HR of the season and Jordan Smith hit his sixth triple of the year. Felix Sterling allowed two earned runs in five innings as the starter.
Luis DeJesus, Robbie Aviles, Scott Peoples and Rafael Homblert combined to shut down the Jamestown offense.
For the second night in a row, the Goodyear Tribe unloaded on their opponent. Recent draftee, D'vone McClure went 3-7, including his first professional HR. Fellow 2012 draftee, Mitch Brown, started and pitched three scoreless innings, walking one and striking out four.