Minors 8.29.16: Andrew Barbosa tosses seven no-hit innings in St. Lucie win

LAS VEGAS 6, EL PASO 3: Brandon Nimmo had a first-inning solo homer and Gavin Cecchini went 3-for-4 with a double and run scored before departing on a double-switch. Box

ALTOONA 13, BINGHAMTON 1: Rainy Lara (7-11) allowed seven runs (six earned) on four hits and four walks in two innings as Binghamton suffered its fourth straight loss and its worst margin of defeat this season. Curve starter Nick Kingham (1-0) limited the B-Mets to one run and three hits in six innings in his first start with Altoona since undergoing Tommy John surgery in May 2015. Kevin McGowan allowed two runs but chewed up three innings of long relief after Lara departed. Luis Mateo and Alberto Baldonado added scoreless innings. Kyle Renault surrendered a two-run double to Edwin Espinal and a two-run homer to Barrett Barnes in the eighth. The B-Mets scratched out their only run in the third. L.J. Mazzilli went from first to third on Tyler Pill's pinch-hit single and scored on Champ Stuart's sacrifice fly. Box

ST. LUCIE 4, CHARLOTTE 3; ST. LUCIE 3, CHARLOTTE 0: Andrew Barbosa fired seven no-hit innings before departing with his pitch count at 85 in Game 2. Mac James' one-out single against St. Lucie reliever Alex Palsha in the eighth ended the no-hit bid. St. Lucie's sweep allowed it to climb into a first-place tie in the FSL South with Jupiter. Box 1, Box 2

KINGSPORT 4, DANVILLE 0: Jordan Humphreys tossed seven scoreless innings and combined with Blake Taylor on a five-hit shutout. Ricardo Cespedes went 4-for-4 with a triple and two runs scored. Reed Gamache's double in the fourth plated Cespedes with the game's opening run. The K-Mets opened a 2-0 lead later in the frame on Jose Miguel Medina's RBI single. Box

AUBURN 4, BROOKLYN 3: Cyclones starter Raul Jacobson allowed four runs in six innings. Gene Cone's RBI double in the seventh and Blake Tiberi's solo homer in the eighth pulled Brooklyn within 4-3. Box

GCL METS 2, GCL CARDINALS 1; GCL CARDINALS 8, GCL METS 3: Carlos Sanchez (3-for-4) had a walk-off RBI double and Jose Geraldo had a seven-inning complete game in the opener. Box 1, Box 2

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