- 'Riders' Gallo launches slam for 37th homer
- I-Cubs' Bryant ends drought with solo homer
- Benches empty between Raptors, Chukars
- Severino fans seventh of game for Thunder
- Zephyrs' Lucas makes diving stop, slick flip
- RockHounds' Matthes goes yard again
- Phillips extends homer streak for River Bandits
- Missions hit back-to-back-to-back homers
- Astros' Appel meets the Corpus Christi media
- Grasshoppers duel in cow-milking showdown
- Sacramento's Peterson lays out for a diving catch
- Hendriks surprised to be dealt from Jays to Royals
A nine-game home run drought is a distant memory for Frisco's Joey Gallo, who hit a go-ahead grand slam for his Minor League-best 37th homer of the season and sixth in eight days.
In his last start, Rancho Cucamonga's Jharel Cotton pitched seven one-hit innings. At Lake Elsinore, he fanned 11 and hurled the second complete-game shutout in the Cal League this year.
In Joe Santry, the team's historian and director of media and communications, the Columbus Clippers have a direct line to more than a century's worth of wonderful baseball stories.
- Gallo's go-ahead slam propels RoughRiders
- Quakes' Cotton tosses two-hit shutout, fans 11
- Yanks' Severino shines; Berrios exits with injury
- Hedges, Missions go back-to-back-to-back
- Suns' Nicolino notches second shutout of year
- Brawl disrupts Ogden- Idaho Falls marathon
- Nolin puts injury woes behind him with Bisons
- Phillips homers in fourth straight for Quad Cities