Down East played a pair.
In Game One, Aidan Curry went five innings, allowing two runs in two hits (including a homer) and two walks, striking out seven. Tucker Mitchell had a hit and a walk.
In Game Two, Ivan Oviedo allowed four runs in 3.1 IP with 4 Ks and 3 walks. D.J. McCarty struck out five and walked one in three scoreless innings. Ian Moller and Cam Cauley each had hits.
Larson Kindreich started for Hickory. For the second straight appearance he didn’t allow a hit, but this time he had command issues, walking three in 3.1 IP while striking out two and throwing more balls than strikes.
Daniel Mateo homered. Cody Freeman had a hit.
Jack Leiter had an adventurous day for Frisco, going just 2.1 IP, allowing two runs on two hits and five walks, and striking out five.
Dustin Harris had a double and a triple. Luisangel Acuna had a pair of hits and a pair of stolen bases. Chris Seise and Thomas Saggese each had hits.
Cole Winn started for Round Rock and had the best outing he has had in a while. Winn went five shutout innings, striking out seven and walking one. Jake Latz allowed two hits and struck out one in 0.2 IP.
Clint Frazier had a big day with a single, a double and a homer. Justin Foscue had a double and a walk. Sam Huff had a single and a walk. Blaine Crim had a double.