May 25

Ricky Nolasco threw a 5 hitter at Port Arthur Field where Thunder Bay beat the Giants in 11 innings 3-2. After an out was recorded in the 11th, Danny Espinosa,   Michael Bourn and Michael Taylor hit consecutive singles to the delight of the the home town crowd.

May 24

Kyle Seager ripped 2 homeruns and scored 3 times as the Blue Devils were badly beaten by Branson 15-4. Branson kept the scorekeepers busy in the 7th inning which saw them score 11 runs on 9 hits. The victory went to Marco Estrada (4-5) who went 6 innings, allowing 2 runs.

May 23

Maikel Franco had 4 hits and 4 RBI as the Capilanos belted Covington 14-4. Franco tripled in the 2nd inning, ripped singles in the 3rd and 6th innings and rifled a three-run blast in the 9th inning. Vancouver had 15 hits for the night and owns a record of 37-24.

May 21

Yasmani Grandal provided much of the offense as El Dorado beat Branson 9-6. He doubled in two runs in the 3rd, singled in the 7th inning and cracked a two-run shot in the 9th inning. This was the kind of game that many fans love as the lead changed hands 5 times.

May 20

Joe Ross had an great outing as the Peppers outscored Port Aransas 2-1. Ross (4-2), allowing 1 run, picked up the victory. Sam Bentz lamented, 'Ross was really aggressive. He kept coming after our hitters. Sitting our guys down one after another - like bowling pins!'

May 19

Johnny Cueto reeled off 10 strikeouts as the Crackers clobbered San Antonio 10-0. It was the 4th shutout of the year for Cueto (10-0). Scott Curtis was impressed with Cueto, 'That guy made us look silly tonight. We just couldn't get to him at all.'