Dickey had four hits, including a double and a triple, and scored three runs.
Trevor Lawrence had a double and triple among five hits and tallied two RBIs and three runs, while Trey Harkins was credited with three hits, two runs and an RBI. For the Colts, Connor Wall had three hits with two RBIs and two runs. The game was called after five innings due to the time limit.
Others getting into the offensive act for the Dodgers were Curtis Wilkes, two hits with three walks, four runs and two RBIs; Max Rohland, two hits with a walk, two runs and an RBI; Reese Brideau, two hits with two runs and an RBI; Thomas Jolly, one hit with a walk and two runs; Austin Clark, one hit with a walk, a run, three RBIs; Justin Zalonis, one hit with a walk and an RBI; Juan Guerrero, one hit with two walks, a run and an RBI.
Clark pitched four innings and struck out three; Wilkes, one inning with one strikeout; and Lawrence, two innings, three strikeouts.
The Colts got their offensive punch from Trenton Lowery, one hit with a walk, a hit by pitch and three runs; Chris Mills, one hit with an RBI and a run; Britton Rice, one hit with a run; Devin Stanley, one hit with a hit by pitch and a run; Seth Smith, one hit; Andy Sims, two walks and a run; Parker Cagle, hit by pitch and a run; Zach Hall, a walk and a run; Jake Richards, a walk and a run.
Pitching for the Colts were Zach Hall, two innings with a strikeout; Seth Smith, four innings, three strikeouts; Jake Richards, one inning.
Tigers 6, Indians 4
Tate Mathis pitched four scoreless innings in relief, and JP Pritchett hit an inside-the-park grand slam and scored two runs to lead the Tigers over the Indians, 6-4, on May 4.
Noah Daniel and Dax Edwards scattered four hits over six innings in the losing cause.
Hitting for the Tigers were John Reed Evans, one hit with a run and RBI; Grant Harris, one hit with a walk; Tate Mathis, one hit; Garrett Garside, a walk and a run; Gage Morris, a walk and a run; Nick Pedrick, a run; Jordan Wells, a walk; and Noah Davis, a walk.
Harris threw two innings with four strikeouts, while Mathis threw for four innings with four strikeouts.
Hitters for the Indians were Hunter James, one hit with a run; Alan Thacker, a hit with a run and RBI; Dylan Webb, one hit with an RBI; Edwards, one hit; Thacker Lively, one hit; Daniel, two walks and a run; Brendon Walker, a walk and a run.
Daniel was on the mound three innings with one strikeout and Edwards worked three innings with three strikeouts.
Braves 10, Padres 9
The Braves rallied three times on their way to winning 10-9 on May 4.
The Padres jumped out to 4-0 lead in the top of the first inning, and the Braves answered with two runs in the bottom of the frame after a key hit by Crawford Taylor.
In the second, Hill Smith drew a walk and scored after back-to-back hits by Garrett Geros and Sean Holton. The Padres added two more runs in the fourth, on hits by Jaylen Knowles, Hill Smith and Geros, to go up 7-2.
The Braves rallied for six runs in the bottom of the fourth on hits by Taylor, Taylor McDaniel and Brody Faulk for an 8-7 differential.
In the top of the 6th, the Padres' Geros drew a walk, Holton singled and Jacob Frye tripled to score both runners and put the Padres up 9-8. For the Braves in the bottom of the sixth, Christian O'Dell reached on an error and McDaniel singled. Faulk advanced both runners with a sacrifice bunt, and then both scored on a groundout by Braden Shultz and a misplay by the Padres.
Providing the offense for the Braves were McDaniel, two hits with a double, two runs and two RBIs; Taylor, two hits with a run and an RBI; Tanner Jordan, one hit with two RBIs; Faulk, one hit with a double, a run and two RBIs; Garrett Cornett, one hit with a walk and a run; Bradley Sutton, two walks and two runs; Landen Woods, a walk and a run; John Walker Knowles, hit by pitch and a run; O'Dell, a run; Baylor Agan, two walks.
Jordan threw four innings and struck out four; Woods went two innings with a strikeout; Cornett, two innings; and McDaniel closed with one inning of work and three strikeouts.
The Padres were led offensively by Geros, two hits with two walks, three runs; Holton, two hits with a hit by pitch and two runs; Frye, one hit with a triple, a walk and two RBIs; Jaylen Knowles, one hit; Hill Smith, one hit with a walk and two runs; Brant Smith, an RBI; Zachary Taylor, two walks and a run; Brycen Jones, hit by pitch and a run; Dawson Dysart, a walk.
Pitching for the Padres were Kurtis Feanny, two innings with two strikeouts; Zachary Taylor, one inning with a strikeout; Garrett Geros, one inning; Dysart, three innings with three strikeouts; and Brant Smith, one inning.
Crackers 6, Phillies 0
The Crackers scored all six of their runs in the top of the seventh inning to claim an extra innings pitchers' duel against the Phillies, 6-0, on May 4.
Thomas Watkins and Blake Adams allowed two hits and struck out nine for the Crackers, while Auston Davis pitched into the seventh inning for the Phillies, striking out 11.
The Crackers scored their runs on a two-RBI triple by Preston Martin, an RBI single by Gabriel Gridley, a sacrifice bunt by Will Bentley and a two-run home run by Austin Lunde.
Hitting for the Crackers were Martin, two hits with a triple, a run and two RBIs; Gridley, two hits with a triple, one RBI; Adams, two hits with a double and a walk; Lunde, one hit with a home run, two RBIs; Charles Gamble, one hit with a run; Watkins, a run; Josh Mayo, a run; Levi Pickel, a run.
Watkins threw four innings and struck out seven, while Adams worked three innings and struck out two.
The Phillies were led at the plate by Jake Norris, one hit with a walk; Nick Root, one hit; Austin Davis, three walks; Josh Holmes, a walk and a hit by pitch; Reece Thompson, a walk and a hit by pitch; Blane Belisario, a walk.
Davis pitched seven innings for the Phillies and struck out 11 while Khase Willis worked one inning and struck out one.