Jermaine Clark's two-run single with two out in the ninth inning was not enough for the JetHawks in a 5-4 loss at San Bernardino on Tuesday night.
Peanut Williams' third-inning home run tied the score, 2-2, for the JetHawks (27-56, 4-9 in the second half), but Greg Wooten (2-2) allowed three runs in the bottom of the inning.
AROUND THE LEAGUES
Outfielder Jacob Cruz (Channel Islands High) was recalled by the Cleveland Indians from triple-A Buffalo after getting two hits and driving in a run in a 6-4 victory over Ottawa.
Scanning Monday's box scores:
Triple A--Erik Hiljus (Canyon) struck out eight in four innings and earned his second save for Toledo (Tigers) in a 13-6 victory over Rochester. . . . Dan Cey (El Camino Real) hit his seventh home run for Salt Lake (Twins) in a 6-2 victory over Las Vegas. . . . Adam Kennedy (Cal State Northridge) had three hits, including his 10th home run, and Nate Dishington had a run-scoring double for Memphis (Cardinals) in a 12-7 loss to Tacoma. . . . Catcher Brian Luderer (Crespi) was one for three in his first start for Vancouver (Athletics) since being promoted from Class A.
Double A--Darrell Dent (Montclair Prep) singled and doubled for Bowie (Orioles) in a 6-4 loss to Erie. . . . Rich Aude (Chatsworth) hit his ninth home run for Birmingham (White Sox) in a 14-5 loss to Knoxville. . . . Eric Gillespie (Northridge) had two hits and an RBI for Jacksonville (Tigers) in a 9-3 victory over Carolina.
Class A--Mike Glendenning (Crespi, Pierce College) had three hits, including his California League-leading 17th home run, and three RBIs for San Jose (Giants) in a 14-5 victory over High Desert. . . . Outfielder Jorge Piedra (Notre Dame) had an RBI double and stole a base for Vero Beach (Dodgers) in an 8-5 victory over Daytona. . . . Andy Dominique (Alemany) had three hits, including his eighth home run, and three RBIs for Clearwater (Phillies) in a 7-6 loss to St. Lucie. . . . Fernando Rios (Glendale High) had two hits for Clinton (Reds) in a 3-2 victory over Burlington.
Rookie--Matt Riordan (Westlake), Baltimore's 14th-round pick, slugged his first home run and had three hits and four RBIs for Bluefield in a 9-3 Appalachian League victory over Danville. . . . Barry Tolli (Newbury Park) had two hits for the Tigers' Gulf Coast League team in a 6-5 loss to the Yankees.