- Seager slugs a two-run blast for the Dodgers
- I-Cubs' Baez caps third two-homer game of season
- Sea Dogs' Lin makes lunging grab, starts DP
- Olt tees off for third straight game for I-Cubs
- Gwinnett's Jenkins caps off his two-hit outing
- Midland's Olson belts second long ball of game
- Peraza legs out a triple for the G-Braves
- Pirates' Jones collects first hit with Double-A Curve
- GreenJackets able to rally to fluke victory
- Sprinklers go on, wipe out Gonzalez's triple
- Glasnow fans season-high 12th for the Curve
- Drive's Devers hits third career grand slam
After homering twice (and driving in seven runs) in Sacramento's doubleheader sweep of Albuquerque yesterday, Adam Duvall is only one long ball shy of the Minor League lead.
Northwest Arkansas' Bubba Starling was having a pretty good month before becoming the first player in franchise history to hit for the cycle. He completed it with a single in the ninth inning.
LeDarious Clark, who's among the leaders in 10 offensive categories, is one of three players who'll represent Spokane when it hosts the first Northwest/Pioneer League All-Star Game.
- A's deal Zobrist for pitchers Manaea, Brooks
- Mets promote Nimmo to Triple-A Las Vegas
- Scrappers' Tom goes 5-for-5, plates four runs
- Indians' Clark headlines Northwest All-Stars
- Promo: Punxsutawney Phil hits road for Altoona
- Roundup: Sosa, May, Marte, O'Neill, Longhi
- Red Sox's Travis continues upward trend
- Angels' Ellis focused on location in Arkansas