Fort Myers' Aaron Slegers tossed a three-hitter en route to his first career nine-inning complete game and shutout. The 6-foot-10 right-hander also set a personal best with nine strikeouts.
El Paso's Cody Decker homered twice and drove in six runs for the second time in less than three weeks, continuing a month in which he's hitting .304 with eight long balls 25 RBIs in 19 games.
- Slegers gets ice cold shoulder after shutout
- Burgeoning Baez slugs two homers for I-Cubs
- New Braves righty Wisler embracing challenges
- River Cats' Duvall getting his groove back
- Chiefs' Espino beats Indians with arm, bat
- Decker delivers repeat performance for El Paso
- Rays' Shaffer homers twice in Triple-A debut
- Players talk meals, walk-up songs and more