Spokane 3, Boise 2: Sam Hellinger struck out six over 3 1/3 innings during the middle third of the game and the Indians (9-2) held on to beat the Hawks (3-8) 3-2 in the finale of a four-game Northwest League series at Avista Stadium on Monday.
Blaine Crim’s two-out RBI double in the fifth delivered Luis Asuncion, who had singled earlier, as the go-ahead run. Warner Leal pitched two scoreless innings for the save. Crim finished 3 for 4 and Asuncion went 2 for 3 with two runs.
Salem-Keizer 13, Everett 3: Jeff Houghtby was one of five Volcanoes (7-4) to homer in the fifth inning in a lopsided road win over the AquaSox (4-7). Houghtby finished 3 for 4 with three RBIs. Sean Roby, Franklin Labour, Ricardo Genoves and Tyler Flores hit consecutive home runs in the inning, setting an NWL record. Sam Tuivailala, on a rehab assignment from the Seattle Mariners, allowed five run on five hits in the first inning for Everett.
Hillsboro 13, Vancouver 4: Kristian Robinson went 3 for 5 with three RBIs and the Hops (7-4) beat the visiting Canadians (3-8). Jorge Barrosa went 3 for 5 with two RBIs and Steven Leyton went 3 for 5 with three runs and two RBIs.
Eugene 5, Tri-City 3: Jake Slaughter hit his first home run of the season and the Emeralds (7-4) beat the visiting Dust Devils (4-7). Riley McCauley struck out five over two innings to pick up the save.
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Nashville 6, New Orleans 5: Eli White hit a solo home run in the seventh inning which proved to be the difference maker and the visiting Sounds (31-45) held off the Baby Cakes (42-35). Zack Granite, Matt Davidson and Patrick Wisdom all homered for Nashville.
Frisco (AA): Off for Texas League All-Star Game.
Down East (High-A) 5, Carolina 4: Yanio Perez drove in a pair and the visiting Wood Ducks (52-23) edged the Mudcats (42-32). Ryan Dorow went 2 for 4 with two runs and Collin Wiles struck out seven over five innings for Down East.
Hickory (Low-A) 7, Hagerstown 6: Miguel Aparicio and Tyreque Reed homered in the seventh inning and the Crawdads (45-26) beat the visiting Suns (32-43). Jax Biggers went 2 for 4 with an RBI.
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