- PawSox's Quintero delivers unintentional gut punch
- Knights' Sanchez finishes off seven-RBI night
- Bell rips a walk-off homer for the Curve
- Whitecaps' Hill starts the game with a diving catch
- Missions' Turner hits a two-run blast
- Schwarber hits go-ahead homer for Smokies
- Barons' May robs Schwarber of extra bases
- DeMichele makes a sliding stop for the Barons
- Tribe's Morel delivers a game-winning single
- Seager singles in a run in first Triple-A at-bat
- 'Topes' Smalling gets the force from foul territory
- Hanson makes a leaping grab for the Indians
Altoona's Josh Bell capped a five-RBI night with a three-run walk-off homer, his first at the Double-A level. The Pirates' No. 3 prospect has driven in all of the Curve's runs the last two games.
One night after going 5-for-5, Charlotte's Carlos Sanchez went 4-for-4 with a pair of homers and a career-high seven RBIs. He also walked and has reached base in his last 10 plate appearances.
For several reasons, the Cubs moved No. 3 prospect Carl Edwards Jr. to the bullpen to start the season, and despite some mixed results, the right-hander remains as confident as ever.
Jacksonville Suns public address announcer Wes Mitchell not only has to pay attention to the names he's reading every inning, he's also been tasked with running baseball's new pitch clock.
- Knights' Sanchez plates seven, reaches five times
- Look out: Buxton races for three extra-base hits
- Syndergaard dominant again for red-hot 51s
- Bell's walk-off blast caps five-RBI night for Curve
- Banuelos regaining velocity, confidence
- Rea dominant over eight frames for Missions
- Las Vegas natives Blair, Wagner duel to a draw
- Threshers' Leibrandt hurls one-hit outing
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