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Jackson Generals Lose in 16 Innings, James Paxton Makes Third Start Tonight

The Mariners AA-affiliate Jackson Generals lost 4-3 in 16 innings to the Mississippi Braves yesterday, and some batting averages took a tumble in the low-scoring, nearly-two-regular-games-long affair.

SS Nick Franklin went 1-for-8 and he’s now hitting .275/.341/.425 in 40 at-bats. Franklin is 3-for-his-last-22. Francisco Martinez was 1-for-7 and is now hitting .195, Rich Poythress went 0-for-7, as did Denny Almonte. The highlights would be Daniel Carroll’s 4-for-7 and Joe Dunigan’s 3-for-7 and falling a HR short of the cycle.

Andrew Carraway pitched 5 innings for Jackson but allowed 10 hits and 3 ER. Brian Moran, Stephen Pryor, Bobby LaFromboise and Carter Capps combined for eight shutout innings but Eric Campbell allowed the go-ahead run in the 16th on a home run from Philip Gosselin.

Lefty James Paxton makes his third start of the season at 5:05 PST tonight.

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The Tacoma Rainiers got battered by a score of 7-1 by the Fresno Grizzlies yesterday. Former top prospect Carlos Triunfel went 2-for-4 with his first HR of the season in the loss. He has six hits in his last twelve at-bats, with three hits going for extra bases.

Jeff Marquez makes the start for Tacoma at 7:05 tonight.

The High Desert Mavericks beat Inland Empire by a score of 8-3 behind 12 hits and five batters had two hits-a-piece. The Mavs best prospect, SS Brad Miller, went 2-for-4 with a double and a walk. He’s reached base in every game and is hitting .372/.471/.837 on the year. He also made his ninth error of the season.

C Jack Marder and IF Stefen Romero are both still hitting above .400.

Roenis Elias picked up his first win of the season and pitched 7 innings, allowing just 4 hits, walking none and striking out 4.

The Mavs start a series at Lancaster this evening.

Finally, the Clinton Lumberkings lost to Beloit by a score of 5-2. Cameron Hobson really struggled, going five innings and allowing three hits but walking four, giving up a HR and striking out just two. Stephen Kohlscheen was dominating in relief, however, going four innings and striking out eight while walking none.

The top prospect for Clinton might be OF Guillermo Pimentel and he’s really struggled, with just one hit in his last 20 at-bats and hitting .135/.179/.243 on the season.

Ambioris Hidalgo gets the start at 5 PM PST tonight for Clinton.