- Lowry snares line drive, starts Barons' triple play
- Tebow collects three hits, including first triple
- Serviceman surprises his kids at Mudcats game
- Travelers' Miller ends four-year home run drought
- Madera makes a great running grab for the Drive
- Fightins' Eshelman helps himself with three-run shot
- GreenJackets' Mazza finishes off perfect game
- Fabian saves Mazza's perfecto with a diving grab
- Moncada laces his first triple in Knights' victory
- Cubs' Happ crashes into wall after running catch
- M-Braves' Fried gets Velazquez swinging
- Stewart goes yard again for the SeaWolves
Top Braves prospect Ozzie Albies has failed to notch a hit in just one game since Opening Day. The 20-year-old infielder's G-Braves are trying to improve to 13-6 in today's matinee.
Cubs prospect Jason Vosler erased memories of an 0-for-18 start to the season by homering in three consecutive at-bats. It was Tennessee's first long ball hat trick since May 2004.
Known for last season's 50-game hitting streak, Indians No. 2 prospect Francisco Mejia has kept on hitting in his Double-A debut with Akron and continues to control the run game.
- Reds' Friedl playing all fields for Dayton
- Cubs' Vosler powers up with three homers
- Cougars' Reed posts six more hitless frames
- Dunning intimidates his former organization
- Dash's Silverio sees eight pitches, plates seven
- Nats' Davidson homers twice, plates five more
- 66ers' Thaiss continues wielding a hot bat
- Esurance #CallUpWorthy Central