Duane Below gave up 6 earned runs in 5.2 innings, striking out two, walking two and allowing a homer. Ben Guez was 1-3 with a homer.
Brayan Villarreal gave up an earned run in four innings, striking out four. Ryan Perry struck out three in two hitless innings. Cale Iorg tripled.
Jacob Turner gave up three earned runs over seven innings, striking out eight and walking two (he also gave up a home run). Audy Ciriaco was 2-4 with a home run.
Trevor Feeney gave up three earned runs over seven innings, walking one and striking out six. Gustavo Nunez was 1-3 with a steal and two walks, Brent Wyatt was 2-3 with a triple and a walk and Wade Gaynor doubled.
Antonio Cruz went six innings and gave up two unearned runs while striking out four and walking two. Steven Moya was 2-4 with a homer.
AAA: Toledo vs. Durham postponed
Casey Crosby threw six scoreless innings of ball, walking two and striking out four. Rawley Bishop homered and walked.
Drew Smyly found his way back to a baseball mound Saturday, where he pitched five innings of two run ball, striking out three and walking one, while surrendering a home run. Jordan Lennarton doubled and walked.
A: Lake County 3, West Michigan 1 (Game 1- completion of May 14 suspended game)
Brennan Smith gave up three runs (two earned) in eight innings, striking out four and walking two while giving up a home run. Nick Castellanos had two hits.
Patrick Cooper gave up two runs (one earned), striking out six. Rob Brantly was 3-4 with two doubles.
Ramon Garcia gave up two earned runs in five innings, striking out two and surrendering a home run. Ryan Strieby was 2-4 with a homer.
Mark Sorensen picked up the win despite giving up all seven of Reading's runs. He did so by going the distance- all five innings (the game was called), allowing a walk and a homer while striking out three. Brandon Douglas was 3-4 with a double and three stolen bases and Michael Bertram was 2-3 with two doubles and a walk.
Jared Wesson gave up two earned runs in seven innings, striking out four. Tyler Stohr struck out all three of the batters he faced. Jordan Lennarton collected two hits.
Kyle Ryan gave up three runs (only two of which were earned) in seven innings of work. He walked one, gave up a single home run and struck out eight. Nick Castellanos was 3-5 with a double and Luis Castillo was 2-3 with two doubles and two walks.