September 24

Kris Bryant had 4 hits and 2 RBI as El Dorado topped the Giants by a score of 6-0 at Gold Bug Park. Rich Hill (17-3) gave El Dorado a solid outing. He went 6 innings and surrended up 3 hits and 2 walks. Casper was out-hit by El Dorado, 9 hits to 5. Joe Blanton gained credit for his 8th save.

September 23

Chris Sale blanked the Boomers on just 3 hits and Josh Donaldson had 4 hits and 4 RBI as the Low Sox won easily 14-0. Charleston provided plenty of action in the 1st inning which saw them score 4 runs on 6 hits and the 7th inning with 4 runs on 4 hits. It was the 4th shutout of the year for Sale (26-4).

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.