- Albies delivers walk-off hit in 12th for G-Braves
- Lake makes a diving catch for Bisons
- Hanson makes sliding grab in foul territory
- Durham's Andriese notches 14th strikeout
- Rattlers' Gatewood rips first homer of season
- Williams' mammoth blast walks off IronPigs
- Aces' Bradley baffles Grizzlies for 11th K
- B-Mets' Smith smashes two-run homer
- RailRiders' Sanchez launches one to left field
- RockHounds' Oh makes home run-saving catch
- Cubs' Contreras hits first Triple-A home run
- Barreto goes yard in RockHounds' slugfest
First baseman Efren Navarro is the Salt Lake Bees' franchise leader with 660 hits and 307 RBIs over parts of five seasons. Now in the Mariners system, he's facing his old club tonight.
Dodgers lefty Julio Urias held New Orleans hitless while facing the minimum over six scoreless innings Wednesday. The 19-year-old phenom was removed after throwing 77 pitches.
The Fresno Grizzlies held an open-air record trade show at Chukchansi Park, complete with a postgame Beatles tribute concert that took fans back to the band's Shea Stadium heyday.
- Dodgers' Urias fires six no-hit innings for OKC
- D-backs' Clarke, Cougars one-hit Captains
- Roundup: Giants' Shaw, Phils' Crawford go deep
- Toolshed: April's most notable numbers
- Mets' Becerra still dazzles, years after trade
- Nats' Ward wields hot bat, better approach
- Quakes look to shake up Food Fight leaderboard
- Taillon, Andriese give hitters a hard time
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