White Sox Minor League Recap 9/04/2015: Zangari stays hot

Durham 9, Charlotte 4

Terance Marin put together an OK start — three runs allowed in five innings, but the bullpen imploded with every reliever outside of J.B. Wendelken allowing at least two runs.

On offense, the Knights were limited to seven singles and a home run off of the bat of Matt Davidson, who went 2-4. Micah Johnson and Chris Curley were also 2-4.

Montgomery 3, Birmingham 2

Matt Heidenreich allowed three runs over six innings while striking out five and walking no batters. Sadly, that was all the Biscuits needed as the Barons offense couldn’t must much support with Tim Anderson out.

Jacob May was 1-3 with a double, two walks and a run scored. Joey DeMichele was 1-4 with a walk and an RBI. Chris Jacobs had the other RBI, going 2-3 with a double.

Winston-Salem 7, Frederick 4

Brandon Brennan went five innings of scoreless ball and struck out three before giving way to Andre Wheeler, who allowed four runs and only retired one batter. Matt Cooper followed with 2.2 innings of scoreless relief for Brad Goldberg to lock down his 11th save.

On offense Nick Basto and Omar Narvaez led the Dash with two RBIs a piece. Basto was 1-4 with a double while Narvaez was 2-3 with two walks. Keon Barnum had two hits of his own, going 2-3 with a walk and Adam Engel was 1-4 with an RBI.

West Virginia 7, Kannapolis 1

Luis Martinez had a rough start — four runs allowed in six innings.

The offense behind Martinez was nonexistent. Three singles and two doubles. John Ziznewski went 1-4 with the lone RBI.

Great Falls 3, Missoula 2

Corey Zangari continued his hitting in his new home, going 1-3 with the team’s only RBI and a walk. Johan Cruz was 3-5 and Antonio Rodriguez was 2-4 with the team’s only extra base hit, a double. Jackson Glines was 1-3 with a walk.

Lucas Shearrow went five innings of one run ball and struck out two. Tanner Mendonca and Alex Katz each struck out three batters in two innings of work.

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