- Alcantara caps hitless outing for RockHounds
- Indy's Kyles discusses Glasnow, Taillon, rotation
- Judge launches long ball for RailRiders
- Lexington's Fukofuka quick to recover and make play
- Scranton/Wilkes-Barre's Sanchez goes yard
- Blue Wahoos' Jagielo slugs a grand slam
- Legends' Burt makes diving stab up the middle
- Dodgers' Urias makes it six hitless innings
- M-Braves' Swanson rips season-high fourth hit
- Albies delivers walk-off hit in 12th for G-Braves
- Judge homers again in RailRiders' win
- Chihuahuas' Renfroe nails a runner at third base
Brewers No. 4 prospect Josh Hader could be an incredibly effective left-handed reliever, but for now he's thriving in the Double-A Biloxi rotation and is building on his future as a starter.
A routine ride to the ballpark turned into a harrowing roadside adventure for Carolina League umpires Brock Ballou and Cody Clark, who jumped into action after witnessing an RV accident.
Following a rainout, Boston's No. 3 prospect Andrew Benintendi gets another shot at extending his hitting streak to 23 games, which would tie Salem's club record, at 7 p.m. ET.
- Toolshed: Brewers lefty Hader thriving in rotation
- Umpires make right call in roadside rescue
- RockHounds' Alcantara hurls six hitless frames
- Quick learner De Jong dominates for Drillers
- Drive's Espinoza racks up career-high 11 K's
- Effective Goudeau puts end to Blue Rocks' skid
- BlueClaws' Pujols stays on even keel, powers up
- Barons' Guerrero delivers unusual no-hit outing
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