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Minors 7.12.15: Seth Lugo, four relievers blank Portland

BINGHAMTON 3, PORTLAND 0: Seth Lugo tossed five scoreless innings and four relievers each contributed a scoreless frame. Aderlin Rodriguez blasted his 10th homer, sending the first pitch he saw off the video board in left-center in the second inning. After Luis Diaz issued a pair of walks to begin the third, Josh Rodriguez blooped an RBI single. L.J. Mazzilli scored one batter later on a wild pitch for a 3-0 lead. Lugo worked in and out of trouble. He allowed a double and walked two before leaving the bases loaded in the second. Marco Hernandez led off the third with a double and Jantzen Witte was hit by a pitch, but both were stranded. Lugo worked around a single in a scoreless fourth and another hit in the fifth to cap his day. Beck Wheeler danced around a leadoff double in the sixth. Dario Alvarez extended his scoreless streak to 12 games in the seventh. Akeel Morris tossed a perfect eighth. Jon Velasquez notched his 11th save with a 1-2-3 ninth. Lugo (4-4) allowed four hits and stranded seven Sea Dogs. Box

ST. LUCIE 4, LAKELAND 0: Logan Taylor tossed six scoreless innings and combined with Jeff Walters and Robby Coles on the six-hit shutout. St. Lucie produced all of its scoring in a four-run second inning that included an RBI double by Stefan Sabol and three-run double from Phillip Evans. Box

SAVANNAH at LEXINGTON (ppd.)

KINGSPORT 7, BRISTOL 1: Darwin Ramos allowed one run in six innings. Eucebio Arias tossed three scoreless relief innings with five strikeouts for his first save. Patrick Mazeika went 3-for-4 with a double and two RBIs to improve his batting average to .328. Luis Carpio had two hits and scored twice. Box

ABERDEEN 9, BROOKLYN 3: Reigning New York-Penn League pitcher of the week Tyler Badamo allowed seven runs (six earned) in 4 2/3 innings. The Cyclones committed five errors. Brooklyn took a 2-0 lead in the first inning on David Thompson's sacrifice fly and Brandon Brosher's RBI double. A half-inning later, Badamo surrendered a solo homer to Steve Laurino. Aberdeen took the lead with a three-run third that included a two-run homer by Cedric Mullins. Box

Compiled with team reports.