MEXICAN PACIFIC LEAGUE
Aguilas de Mexicali 2, Venados de Mazatlan 1 — LF Rogelios Noris scored the only run for his hometown team. He walked to lead off the 8th inning, then went to second on a single, and scored on another single. Los Aguilas scored a run in the 3rd and another in the 7th, and their pitchers held Los Venados to just 5 hits.
Perth Heat 8, Canberra Cavalry 2 — A 5-run 7th inning by the Heat broke a 2-2 tie to give Perth the win in the second game of a double header. The inning began with a strikeout, but a hit batter and three straight singles brought in one run and left the bases loaded. Rinku Singh was brought in from the bullpen for the Cavalry at that point. He threw a wild pitch which let a run score, then walked the first batter to load the bases again. Another wild pitch brought in a second run. A fielder’s choice play resulted in another run, with base runners left on the corners. The runner on first stole second, and that disrupted Singh enough that he threw his third wild pitch of the inning, allowing another run to score. He walked one more batter, but two grounders ended the inning.
Perth also won the first game of the twin bill, by a score of 2-1.
The Adelaide Bite (and outfielder Quincy Latimore) were also scheduled to play a double-header, but both games were postponed by rain.