Last night on the farm, there were two shutouts, two walk-offs, and three wins.  Let’s take a closer look: Rochester 3, Buffalo 2 Garrett Olson started and gave up just 1 run in 5 innings.  Chuck Jams pitched a perfect inning and left with a chance to win but Dylan Owen gave up a 2-run homer in the 7th that was the difference in the game.  At the plate the Bisons had just 5 hits.  Josh Satin and Zach Lutz both doubled.  Jordany Valdespin, playing centerfield for the 3rd straight game, was 0 for 4. Binghamton 8, Erie 0 Greg Peavey looked good in his AA debut, going 5.2 innings while giving up just 2 hits, walking no one and striking out 5.  Kevin Mulvey followed with 2.1 scoreless innings and Armando Rodriguez finished it out with a scoreless 9th.  All 9 position players had at least 1 hit and 7 of those players had an extra-base hit.  Jefry Marte was the only one with a multi-hit game, going 3 for 4 with a double and 2 RBI’s.  Obviously it’s early but Marte is hitting .385.  Pedro Zapata and Matt Den Dekker both hit a triple.  Juan Lagares and Allan Dykstra both homered. St. Lucie 6, Charlotte 5 Darrell Ceciliani led off the bottom of the 9th with a walk-off homer to win it for the Lucies.  Francisco Pena and Cory Vaughn also homered.  Vaughn also doubled as he Ceciliani, and Pena each had 2 RBI’s.  Ceciliani was 4 for 5 and came up a double shy of the cycle.  Robbie Shields went 1 for 3 with a double as the designated hitter.  Wilmer Flores was 0 for 4.  On the mount Yohan Almonte started and let up 3 runs in 4.2 innings.  Adam Kolarek, John Church, and Jeffrey Kaplan combined for 4.1 innings in relief giving up just 2 unearned runs.  Kolarek faced 4 batters and got all of them out, including 2 strikeouts. Savannah 1, Rome 0 12 innings The Gnats pitched their way to victory in this one.  Tyler Pill allowed just 3 hits with no walks through 6 innings, striking out 7.  Jack Leathersich struck out 6 in 3 innings while allowing 1 hit and 1 walk.  Jared West also went 3 innings allowing just 1 hit and 1 walk while striking out 4.  Although Rome has scored just 1 run all season, Savannah’s pitching was phenomenal and all 3 guys that pitched are guys to keep an eye on this year.  Dustin Lawley and Luis Nieves had 2 hits each with Nieves driving in Lawley for the winning run in the bottom of the 12th.  Greg Pron and Travis Taijeron each had a double.