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Minor League Recap: July 27, 2012

Columbus 13, Toledo 2

The Clippers offense continued its steamroll pace, reaching double-digits for the third consecutive game. Vinny Rottino and Chad Huffman had four hits apiece, Jared Goedert and Tim Fedroff added three apiece, and Russ Canzler hit HR #16 on the season. Corey Kluber did not rack up his usual assortment of Ks, but did go seven innings and record eleven groundouts.

Akron 2, Bowie 4 (10 innings)

Jordan Henry, Thomas Neal, Nick Weglarz and Juan Diaz all got on base twice, but Akron could not get a single extra-base hit on the evening and lost in extra innings.

Carolina 2, Wilmington 6

Grant Sides had his first rough outing since being promoted to Carolina earlier in the month, giving up four runs in relief. Trey Haley, continuing his comeback pitched a scoreless inning. Delvi Cid went 2-4 with a double and three stolen bases.

Lake County 0, West Michigan 4 (8 innings)

In a rain-shortened game, Lake County managed to get just one hit, a single from Zach MacPhee.

Mahoning Valley 5, Staten Island 3 (7 innings)

Mahoning Valley came out on the winning end of its rain-shortened game, led by a 2-2 night from Robel Garcia with two doubles and a walk. Jake Sisco recorded eleven groundouts for the Scrappers in his start.

AZL Indians 5, AZL Brewers 1

Dorssys Paulino hit his fifth triple of the season and Mitch Brown, Benny Suarez, Breily Puerta and Joshua Nervis shutdown the Brewers for nine innings.