Lost in the news of the Mike Carp call-up was the fact that the Rainiers lost 9-1 to Tucson after scoring 40 runs in the previous two games. The lone Rainiers' came from Dustin Ackley, who led off the game with a homer - his ninth of the season. Ackley went 2-f0r-4 with two walks and has batting average up to .305.
Last year's top pick, Taijuan Walker left Class A Clinton's game after two innings pitched. There was no early reason listed, but Walker posted on Twitter that he had a sore back from sleeping on it wrong and he was fine. But he was a part of a group of pitchers that tossed a shutout.
Double A Jackson was shutout, 6-0. Tom Wilhelmsen made the start and pitched four innings, allowing three runs on five hits. Carlos Triunfel and Jake Shaffer had two hits each for the Generals.
Class A High Desert lost to Inland Empire, 10-3, meaning the Mavs were swept in the series. Starter Chris Sorce was roughed up in the loss.