Indianapolis 10, Columbus 5
The (Indianapolis) Indians returned the favor from Friday night, scoring 10 runs on 18 hits. T.J. McFarland gave up most of those runs (8) in just 2.1 innings. McFarland hasn't had the success he had in Akron earlier this season; his strikeout rates have gone from 6.1/9 in Akron to 4.6/9 in Columbus, and his walk rates went from 1.8/9 to 3.7/9.
On the offensive side, Jared Goedert hit a two-run homer for the Clippers, Vinny Rottino went 2-for-4 with a walk, and Russ Canzler went 1-for-2 with 3 walks.
Potomac 4, Carolina 3
Tony Wolters led the Mudcat offense in their loss, hitting 2 doubles and walking twice.
Bowling Green 4, Lake County 2
The Captains were held to just two hits by the Hot Rods. Mason Radeke made the start, allowing 2 earned runs in 5 innings.
Mahoning Valley 5, Connecticut 3
Aaron Siliga (17th round, 2010) went 2-for-3 with a double and triple as the Scrappers beat the Tigers. Josh Martin (10th round, 2012) got the win, allowing 2 runs in 5 innings. Jacob Lee, who was picked one round earlier than Martin, pitched three scoreless innings in relief.
The AZL Indians were off
Columbus: RHP Toru Murata demoted to Akron (AA)