The story here is Albert Cordero, who was 2-4 with a ground double just inside the first base bag to extend his hitting streak to 10 straight games. He's hitting .513/.545/.769 with four doubles, two homers, four walks and zero strikeouts over his streak and is up to .363/.399/.507 in the second half. He's easily the most improved Gnat. It's not close.
Taylor Whitenton struggled (4.1 IP, 7 H, 6 R, 6 ER, 2 BB, 5 K). Five of the seven hits he allowed were extra-base knocks. It looked to me as though he was throwing his changeup and slider less than he had been in his other recent outings, reverting towards his 2010 form.