8/1 recap: Voyagers lose in 17 innings

A 17-inning game involving Great Falls resulted in some extremely rare stat lines for a pair of Voyagers’ hitters. Elsewhere, Avisail Garcia returned to action on rehab in Charlotte.

Knights 7, Durham 1 (game 1; completion from Thursday’s suspended game)

Andy Wilkins 3-4, 2 2B

Jordan Danks, Josh Phegley, Michael Taylor and Matt Tuiasosopo all homered in the Knights’ win. Matt Lindstrom made his first rehab appearance, allowing a hit, a walk and a run in 1 inning. Scott Snodgress made his AAA debut with a scoreless inning striking out two.

Knights 4, Durham 3 (7 innings)

Avisail Garcia 2-4, 2 K
Erik Johnson 4 IP, 2 R, 3 K, 4 BB, 4 H

Garcia’s rehab debut is a good sight for Sox fans waiting to see more of the young talent. Meanwhile Johnson’s nightmare season continued with another poor start.

Chattanooga 7, Barons 3

The Barons managed just five hits, although one was a Michael Earley home run. Mike Recchia gave up six runs in five innings.

Dash 3, Lynchburg 2

James Dykstra 6 IP, 2 R, 1 ER, 6 K, 0 BB, 10 H

Augusta 5, Intimidators 0

Kannapolis had six hits, wasting a quality start from Robinson Leyer (6 IP, 3 R).

Billings 3, Voyagers 1 (17 innings)

Chevy Clarke 0-7, 6 K
Jake Peter 6-8

Peter now has the most hits in a game since the club renamed to the Voyagers in 2008. His amazing day was offset by┬áChevy Clarke’s forgettable night. The game was scoreless after 14 innings, but both teams scored a run in the 15th before Billings finally won it in 17.

Arizona White Sox 5, Rangers 4

Jake Jarvis 4-5, 2B

Jarvis, this year’s 10th rounder out of high school, raised his average by nearly 70 points with Friday’s 4-hit game.

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