Twins 12, Reds 1
The Twins bats quickly caught fire banging out 14 hits in just five innings. The Twins were led by Cade Horn (3-for-3), Grant Knight (3-for-3), Cliff Chatman (2-for-2), and Maddox Frazier (2-for-2). Turner Abernathy played outstanding defense for the Twins as well.
Orioles 10, Rays 3
Strong 3-for-3 batting from Trey Boulier and Brayden James, and great infield glove work by Julian Cline led the way for the Orioles. Additionally on defense, Eli Harrell made a tough outfield catch and double play.
A’s 12, D’Backs 6
Great catches at first base by Blake McDaniel and strong fielding by Lee Camp at second base spearheaded the A’s win. Adam Cornwell had two inside-the-park home runs to lead the offense.
The Diamondbacks were led by Boston Pittman’s strong hitting and excellent defense plays from Zachery Wiggins, Charlie Rothschild and Collin Genrich in the infield.
White Sox 7, Rangers 3
Caleb Daniel went 2-for-2 for the White Sox with a double and a single, drove in one run and scored two runs. Daniel, Drew Thayer and Hayden James all had a steal of home. Miles Owen held the Rangers hitless over two innings, allowed no earned runs, walked none and struck out three.
The Rangers scored three runs in the top of the fourth to cut their deficit to four. A two-run double by Brody Tidwell, who later had a steal of home, fueled the Rangers’ comeback.
Twins 12, A’s 2
The Twins hitting attack was led by Turner Abernathy (3-for-3), Grant Knight (3-for-3) and Davis Wilkey (3-for-3). Grant Knight was noted for his outstanding play at the plate as well as the field. The A’s were led by Jacob and Blake McDaniel’s RBI singles.
Orioles 11, D’Backs 7
The Orioles were led by strong hitting from Sawyer Wilson, Brayden Pope, Brayden Jackson and Nicholas Amason, each going perfect at the plate. There was a great total team effort in the field.