Last night on the farm, the 51s' slide continued while the other 3 teams all got it together and got wins. Let’s have a look: Tacoma 8, Las Vegas 2Collin McHugh started and gave up 5 runs in the first inning. He settled down after that, retiring 16 in a row and pitched 7 innings with 1 walk and 4 strikeouts, but the damage was already done. Greg Peavey gave up 3 more runs (1 earned) later in the game. Reese Havens had 2 hit and 2 walks. Wilmer Flores and Jamie Hoffman both doubled. Kirk Nieuwenhuis and Andrew Brown both homered. Binghamton 7, Akron 2Logan Verrett was great, going 8 innings and giving up 2 runs on 2 hits with just 1 walk and 8 strikeouts. Verrett is now 4-0 on the season with a 2.48 ERA, but he does have a noticeable lack of strikeouts (yesterday’s game notwithstanding). After a pitiful performance the previous night, the B-Mets found their bats for the matinee. Darrell Ceciliani was 3 for 5 with a double. Alonzo Harris was 2 for 4 with a solo homer. After wearing the golden sombrero the previous night, Blake Forsythe was 2 for 4 with a double and 3 RBI’s. Wilfredo Tovar also doubled, but is still hitting under .200. St. Lucie 13, Bradenton 5Both teams put up a 3-spot in the first inning, but the Lucies scored 6 more in the 5th to get the win. Starter Marcos Camarena only lasted 3.2 innings, giving up 5 runs, but Estarlin Morel, Randy Fontanez, and Wanel Mesa combined for 5.1 scoreless innings. Aderlin Rodriguez was 3 for 4 with 2 doubles and an RBI (still only batting .193). Cam Maron and Rylan Sandoval had 2 hits each. Charley Thurber homered and drove in 4 runs. Dustin lawley doubled and drove in 2 runs. Savannah 1, West Virginia 0Rainy Lara got the better of this pitcher’s duel, lasting 7.1 innings with 5 hits, no walks, and 9 strikeouts. Bret Mitchell got the final 5 outs, striking out 2, and got the save. Phillip Evans drove in the only run of the game (still hitting .187). Kevin Plawecki had 2 hits while NimBoy was hitless.