Hector Luna homered twice and drove in five runs as Lehigh Valley defeated Durham, 6-3. Domonic Brown reached base twice, scored two runs and threw out a runner at home while Tyler Cloyd, who started the Triple-A All-Star Game, improved to 9-1 after allowing a run on six hits over 6 2/3 innings for the IronPigs. Designated hitter Stephen Vogt drove in two runs for the Bulls, who have lost seven straight.
Mets' No. 2 prospect Matt Harvey allowed two runs on four hits over 6 2/3 innings, but did not figure into the decision as Buffalo fell to Toledo, 4-2. Ben Guez reached base four times and drove in the winning run with a two-RBI single in the ninth inning for the Mud Hens. Adam Loewen homered for the seventh time in 21 games for the Bisons.
Chris Seddon took a no-hitter into the seventh inning as Columbus routed Louisville, 8-2. Seddon earned his ninth win, fanning seven while yielding two runs on three hits over 6 2/3 innings and Vinny Rottino slugged a two-run homer for the Clippers. Didi Gregorius, the Reds' No. 4 prospect, hit his first Triple-A homer for the Bats.
Veteran outfielder Nate McLouth homered, tripled and drove in three runs as Norfolk routed Rochester, 11-4. Brandon Waring went yard and drove in two runs and Jake Arrieta fanned seven over five innings to earn the win for the Tides. Wilkin Ramirez hit his eighth homer of the season for the Red Wings.
Mauro Gomez was 3-for-4 with a homer and two RBIs as Pawtucket held on to defeat Syracuse, 8-5. Gomez scored three times and J.C. Linares went yard and had two RBIs for the Red Sox. Brett Carroll slugged a two-run homer for the Chiefs, who dropped their eighth straight contest.
Veteran slugger Jack Cust homered, drove in four runs and scored four times as Scranton/Wilkes-Barre cruised past Charlotte, 14-2. Cole Garner slugged a three-run homer and Kevin Russo scored three runs to help the Yankees extend their winning streak to four games. Dallas McPherson's two-run longball provided the only offense for the Knights.
In the Pacific Coast League, Brad Snyder belted two homers, a double and drove in five runs while Jimmy Paredes went 3-for-6 with a home run and four RBIs as Oklahoma City pounded Omaha, 16-6. Dallas Keuchel (6-4) allowed two runs on four hits and five walks with three strikeouts over six innings to earn the win for the RedHawks. Tony Abreu and Anthony Seratelli doubled and collected two RBIs apiece for the Storm Chasers.
J.D. Martin (5-7) scattered one run on four hits without any walks and four strikeouts over seven innings to pitch New Orleans to a 6-1 win over Iowa. Donnie Murphy homered twice and Gil Velazquez went 4-for-5 with two doubles to lead the Zephyrs. No. 2 Chicago prospect Brett Jackson tripled for the Cubs.
Mark Rogers (5-6) surrendered just one run on four hits and a walk while fanning six over seven innings in Nashville's 3-1 victory over Round Rock. Eric Farris went 2-for-4 with a two-run shot to pace the Sounds. Ryan Spilborghs doubled in the Express' only run.
Osvaldo Martinez hit a two-RBI double to cap a four-run seventh to push Albuquerque past Memphis, 9-8. No. 17 Dodgers prospect Scott Van Slyke added a two-run homer for the Isotopes. No. 8 Cardinals prospect Matt Adams fell a triple short of the cycle and Mark Hamilton had four hits and an RBI for the Redbirds.
No. 5 Rockies prospect Tim Wheeler went 3-for-6 with two doubles, two runs scored and three RBIs and Matt McBride drove in three more runs in Colorado Springs' 15-6 rout of Salt Lake. DJ LeMahieu, Andrew Brown and Chad Tracy added two RBIs apiece for the Sky Sox. Matt Long doubled twice and Cory Aldridge went 2-for-4 with a double, two runs scored and two RBIs for the Bees.
No. 18 Toronto prospect Moises Sierra had three hits and two RBIs and No. 15 Jays prospect Adeiny Hechavarria added three hits, including a triple, with an RBI in Las Vegas' 9-6 win over Fresno. No. 6 Giants prospect Charlie Culberson and Chris Dominguez homered for the Grizzlies.
Graham Godfrey (9-0) maintained his perfect record, scattering two runs on four hits and a walk with four strikeouts over seven innings as Sacramento topped Tacoma, 5-2. Kila Ka'aihue and Adam Rosales both homered for the River Cats. Darren Ford lifted two solo homers for the Rainiers.