- RailRiders' Fowler caps cycle with walk-off shot
- Suns' Kieboom completes three-homer day
- G-Braves' Newcomb rings up 11th strikeout
- Dubon ends Shuckers' win with a diving stop
- Frazier slugs a go-ahead blast for the RailRiders
- Redbirds hit back-to-back-to-back homers
- Brentz goes yard, wins it for the PawSox
- Yankees' Torres launches first Double-A homer
- Sea Dogs' Devers smacks a first-pitch homer
- Stewart sends one into the river for the SeaWolves
- Bulls' Adames swipes home on a double-steal
- Bees score two runs on a ground ball to first base
On a day the parent club scored 23 runs, Nationals prospect Carter Kieboom helped Hagerstown set the SAL record for hits in a game. He had five of the 30, including three homers.
Brewers No. 22 prospect Monte Harrison's first two full seasons were marred by struggles and injuries. Now healthy, he's thriving with added power in his third trip to Class A Wisconsin.
The RoughRiders have turned each of their Thursday games into "Groovy Grubesday," and Ben Hill had the chance to sit down with the Ambassador of Fun who's leading the charge.
Mets prospect Amed Rosario went on an autograph-signing marathon, players (and Triple-A Fresno) weighed in on the NFL Draft and one Minor Leaguer tweeted his love of Justin Bieber.
- Yanks' Fowler caps cycle with walk-off blast
- Kieboom hits three homers on Suns' big day
- Wisdom, Bader, DeJong go back-to-back-to-back
- Twins' Berrios goes eight, drops ERA to 1.09
- Mets' Flores, Nimmo flex muscles with St. Lucie
- Mudcats' Clark breaks out with five-hit game
- 'Ducks go back-to-back twice in one inning
- Esurance #CallUpWorthy Central