PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE 3, INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE 0: Matt Harvey tossed two scoreless innings and was named the top IL performer in the Triple-A All-Star Game in Buffalo. Valentino Pascucci, fresh off Monday's home run derby win, doubled and walked three times in four plate appearances as the DH. Bisons closer Fernando Cabrera struck out Cubs prospect Josh Vitters, the lone batter he faced. Box
EAST 5, WEST 4: Binghamton's Eric Campbell singled with two out in the bottom of the ninth to drive in the winning run and earn MVP honors of the Eastern League All-Star Game. Campbell went 2-for-3 with a double off the bench in his first professional All-Star Game. Facing Hector Nelo of the Harrisburg Senators with runners on second and third, Campbell grounded a 3-1 pitch into left field, bringing home Reading Phillies shortstop Troy Hanzawa to secure the walk-off win. B-Mets teammate Jefry Marte earlier singled and had a sac fly that plated Campbell. Armando Rodriguez tossed a scoreless seventh to preserve a tie. He struck out Chris Rahl, induced Robbie Widlansky to fly out, walked Buck Britton and fanned Eury Perez. Zack Wheeler was selected but did not appear after pitching in Sunday's Futures Game. Box
ST. LUCIE at TAMPA (ppd.): Jason Bay and Frank Francisco's first expected rehab game was rained out.
SAVANNAH 5, DELMARVA 3: Starter Jake deGrom allowed two runs (one earned) in five innings and Carlos Vazquez contributed two scoreless relief innings. Xorge Carillo had a two-run homer and three RBIs. Box
KINGSPORT vs. BURLINGTON (ppd.)
CONNECTICUT 1, BROOKLYN 0: Brooklyn starter Julio Hilario battled Connecticut starter Hua-Wei Lo for six innings, but came up short. Hilario allowed one earned run on six hits with no walks and five strikeouts. In third, Hilario struck out Patrick Smith and retired Bennett Pickar on a groundout to Cyclones shortstop Phillip Evans. Brett Harrison then singled and scored on Jake Stewart's double. Lo held the Cyclones to three hits in six innings. Cyclones third baseman Alex Sanchez went 2-for-3 with a double in the loss. The other Brooklyn hit came from Evans, who led off the fourth with a single. The Cyclones left seven men on base and were 0-for-5 with runners in scoring position. Working out of the bullpen, Matt Koch threw 1 2/3 scoreless innings. He allowed one hit and struck out three. Tyler Vanderheiden entered with two outs and a runner at second base in the eighth and kept the Cyclones within a run. Box
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