The Mudhens swept the short series in shutout fashion, but OF Clete Thomas' left hamstring is the lede here. Apparently he hurt it a bit in the midst of stealing his third base of the day after going 2-for-2. It doesn't sound like it was too serious, could be out a few days, but it's unknown right now. Hope it's minor, as Thomas has been having some decent at-bats after a slow start.
OF Casper Wells had a triple, Brennan Boesch a double and a triple. Ruddy Lugo, Casey Fien and Robbie Weinhardt combined for the shutout.
The SeaWolves' offense dropped off again, as they had just three hits. Two were by SS Cale Iorg and 3B Santo De Leon. SP Jon Kibler took the tough luck loss by allowing a run in six innings.
1B Rawley Bishop and DH Korey Kaiser both had two hits for the Flying Tigers. A double by CF Ben Guez in the eighth capped the rally. Tyler Stohr got the win, pitching two scoreless innings in relief.
We have a new Mr. Feeney candidate: Trevor Feeney threw seven innings of two-run ball in helping the Whitecaps get the victory. He struck out seven. Jordan Lennerton, Alexis Espinoza, Michael Rockett and Luis Salas each had two hits.