Daily Recap: Monday, June 23 games

Memphis 5 – Las Vegas 8 (10): Matt den Dekker won the game with a three-run walkoff homer in the bottom of the 10th inning. He had four hits in the game and was a double shy of hitting for the cycle. Travis d’Arnaud had one at-bat before being removed from the game and recalled to the big leagues. >>Read more at MiLB.com


Reading 8 – Binghamton 12: Juan Lagares moved from the GCL Mets to Binghamton to continue his rehab work and went 2-for-4 with a walk and two runs scored. 2B Brian Burgamy homered from both sides of the plate and now has 13 home runs this season. Travis Taijeron and Dustin Lawley also hit homers. Dilson Herrera doubled in four at-bats and is batting .421 since being moved up to double-A. Kevin Plawecki was 0-for-2 but reached twice on walks. >>Read more at MiLB.com


St. Lucie 5 – Jupiter 4: Aderlin Rodriguez and Gilbert Gomez had a pair of hits each. Gavin Cecchini was 0-for-5. Right-hander Kevin McGowan got his first start since being promoted: 5IP, 7H, 3R, 3ER, 2BB, 1K. >>Read more at MiLB.com


Savannah – Charleston: Postponed by rain


Hudson Valley 1 – Brooklyn 0 (10): RHP Corey Oswalt had his second straight outstanding start for the Cyclones, limiting Hudson Valley to no runs on three hits in seven innings of work. The 20-year-old hasn’t allowed a run in his first 13 innings on the mound this season. SS Amed Rosario had two of the four Brooklyn hits. >>Read more at MiLB.com


Bluefield 7 – Kingsport 2: Brandon Brosher hit his league leading fourth homer in four games. 2013 2nd round draft pick Andrew Church made his Appy League debut and lasted only four innings, allowing 10 hits and four earned runs, with one walk and one strikeout. >>Read more at MiLB.com


GCL Marlins 3 – GCL Mets 8: 20-year-old IF Alfredo Reyes picked up his second multi-hit game of the young season, going 2-for-3 with a double and two rbi. Catcher Darryl Knight also had two hits, including a double. >>Read more at MiLB.com


DSL Red Sox 8 – DSL Mets1 6: >>Read more at MiLB.com

DSL Mets2 8 – DSL Rangers2 12: >>Read more at MiLB.com