- I-Cubs' Contreras smacks a grand slam
- Kaminsky makes great play for RubberDucks
- Memphis' Reyes caps eight shutout frames
- Schimpf swats grand slam for Chihuahuas
- Round Rock's Gallo crushes solo shot
- Brugman collects his fourth hit for Nashville
- Asche and Williams go back-to-back for IronPigs
- South Bend's Jimenez hits walk-off homer
- Sea Dogs' Benintendi makes shoestring grab
- Shuckers' Phillips hits first homer since coming off DL
- Senators' Lopez fans career-high 12th batter
- Moya mashes a walk-off homer for the Mud Hens
The Fresno Grizzlies, forever pushing the boundaries of what a Minor League team can do, invited fans to be married at the ballpark by their recently ordained mascot, Parker T. Bear.
No. 2 Cubs prospect Willson Contreras capped Iowa's 10-run sixth inning with a grand slam and later added a solo shot in Iowa's 11-0 rout of visiting Albuquerque on Memorial Day.
St. Louis' Arturo Reyes scattered three hits and a walk while fanning five to tie a career high with eight scoreless innings for Memphis in front of a large contingent of family and friends.
Dodgers Minor League pitching coordinator Rick Knapp talks to MiLB.com's Sam Dykstra about what makes Julio Urias a standout prospect heading into his big league debut Friday.
- Promo Watch: Furry matrimony in Fresno
- Cards' DeJong shows he belongs in Double-A
- Rays' Hager healthy again, eager to learn
- Orioles' Sisco gains confidence with catching
- I-Cubs' Contreras enjoys career day at plate
- Redbirds righty Reyes shines before family
- PCL witnesses draws for first time in 20 years
- Sounds' Brugman gives fan club much to cheer