- Mahle completes perfect game for Blue Wahoos
- Knights' Delmonico scales tarp to make the catch
- Zagunis connects on I-Cubs' latest grand slam
- Brewers' Phillips goes yard again for the Sky Sox
- Ladendorf, Moncada turn spectacular Knights DP
- RiverDogs' Rutherford makes amazing catch
- Dewees crushes a two-run triple for the Naturals
- Astros' de Oleo wraps up a three-homer night
- Cubs' Happ mashes PCL-leading seventh homer
- Tebow caps his first career three-hit game
- Rehabbing Soler goes yard for the Storm Chasers
- Allen makes a diving grab for RubberDucks
Ten days after flirting with one, Pensacola's Tyler Mahle pitched the first nine-inning perfect game in the Southern League in nearly 47 years. It was his second no-hitter in 10 months.
A's right-hander Sonny Gray skipped Class A on his way to the big leagues, so he was making his first appearance in Stockton when he retired 15 of 16 batters in a rehab start for the Ports.
Giants No. 2 prospect Christian Arroyo is thriving in Triple-A with a .442 average in 13 games. His potent bat could prompt a big league callup, if the Giants can find a position for him.
What happens when Angels pray? Mixed results, evidently, after a pair of Inland Empire hitters lit candles, played some dramatic music and spoke directly to the baseball gods this week.
- Blue Wahoos' Mahle achieves perfection
- Gray almost unhittable in rehab start for Ports
- Red-hot Rosario cracks three hits for 51s
- Hernandez helps Drive flirt with a no-hitter
- Frazier busts out, goes deep for RailRiders
- Ex-MVP Howard debuts in style with G-Braves
- Generals' Reyes racks up season-high four hits
- Esurance #CallUpWorthy Central