September 22

David Phelps threw a 2 hit shutout as the Doves beat San Antonio 3 -0 at Mandalay Bay Stadium. Phelps (1-3) came through with a virtuoso performance against the San Antonio hitters. He didn't allow much, just 2 hits and 3 walks in 9 innings. Phelps had 12 strikeouts and reduced his ERA to 4.94.

September 21

Hanley Ramirez hit 3 HRs, but it wasn't enough as South Street finally pulled away from Manassas to win 14-10. Brian Dozier bombed a two-run dinger in the 4th inning, and later added two more hits to lead the attack. Despite scoring in 5 separate innings, Manassas could not get the win.

September 20

Jason Vargas had a strong outing as the impressive El Dorado Burros beat Vancouver by the score of 5-0. El Dorado claimed the early lead in the first inning plating one baserunner. That early scoring was all that Vargas (3-0) needed. El Dorado finished with 9 hits in the victory.

September 19

Jerad Eickhoff took a no-hitter into the 6th inning as Newark bested the slumping Alouettes 7-1. Eickhoff (10-13) was stingy on the mound, allowing just 2 hits and 1 walk in 9 innings. The right-handed Eickhoff had his no-hit bid broken up by Gregor Blanco who singled with nobody out in the 6th inning.

September 17

Rick Porcello racked up an impressive total of 10 strikeouts at Nat Bailey Stadium as Thunder Bay beat the Alouettes 5-0. Porcello (12-14) pitched one of his finer games as he simply was too much, giving up just 4 hits and no walks in the complete game shutout. Thunder Bay had a total of 12 hits for the game.

September 16

Matt Wisler fanned 10 Vancouver batters at Western Reserve Park where Berlin beat the Capilanos 2-1. Wisler (9-7) pitched well for Berlin in their victory. He surrendered 7 hits and no walks in 7 innings lowering his ERA to 4.66. Severino Gonzalez was credited with his 1st save of the season.