Zach Clark pitched a three-hitter for his first career complete-game shutout and his 15th win as Norfolk beat Gwinnett, 4-0. Jamie Hoffmann homered and Orioles No. 14 prospect Joe Mahoney was 3-for-3 with an RBI for the Tides. Yohan Flande took the loss after allowing a run on seven hits over 6 1/3 innings.
White Sox No. 15 prospect Josh Phegley homered and drove in three runs to power Charlotte to a 7-2 win over Durham. Alejandro De Aza also went yard and scored twice, while Scott Carroll allowed four hits over seven shutout innings for the Knights. Rays No. 5 prospect Tim Beckham had three hits for the Bulls.
Pirates No. 6 prospect Tony Sanchez doubled twice and drove in two runs as Indianapolis defeated Toledo, 6-1. Rick VandenHurk picked up his 13th win, allowing three hits and striking out six over six shutout innings, while Christian Marrero also had two RBIs for the Indians. Tigers No. 2 prospect Andy Oliver tossed 2 1/3 innings of shutout relief for the MudHens.
Mark Teahen drove in three runs, providing the difference in Syracuse's 5-2 win at Lehigh Valley. Pitcher Jeff Mandel was 2-for-3 with an RBI and earned his sixth win, allowing a run on seven hits over seven innings, while Corey Brown scored twice for the Chiefs. Jason Pridie hit a solo homer for the IronPigs.
Melky Mesa homered twice and drove in three runs, power Scranton/Wilkes-Barre to a 4-3 win over Pawtucket, 4-3, one night after clinching a division title. Ronnier Mustelier raised his average to .298 with a 4-for-4 performance and Ramon Ortiz allowed three runs on seven hits over seven innings to improve to 13-6 for the Yankees. Danny Valencia slugged a two-run homer for the Red Sox, who were unable to lock up the Wild Card.
Chris Schwinden took a no-hitter into the sixth and ended up allowing three runs on four hits over six innings as Buffalo beat Rochester, 8-5. Jordany Valdespin was 2-for-4 with two RBIs and Josh Rodriguez hit a solo homer for the Bisons. Twins No. 6 prospect Kyle Gibson took the loss after allowing three runs on five hits over 3 2/3 innings in his second Triple-A start following Tommy John surgery last September.
Cardinals top prospect Shelby Miller struck out nine and gave up a run on five hits over six innings in Memphis' 5-1 win over Nashville. Adron Chambers racked up three hits and scored three runs for the Redbirds, while Brock Hunter chipped in two RBIs.
Reno clinched its second straight Pacific North Division title with a 7-2 victory over visiting Tucson. Brent Clevlen homered and scored three runs, while Wladimir Sutil drove in four for the Aces. D-backs No. 12 prospect Charles Brewer (11-7) held the Padres to a run on four hits over seven innings to earn the win.
Carlos Corporan delivered a three-run double as Oklahoma City built a big early lead and cruised past Round Rock, 11-5. Mike Hessman smacked his PCL-leading 34th homer and J.B. Shuck also had two RBIs for the RedHawks. Joey Butler had two hits and scored twice for the Express.
Scott Richmond tossed five scoreless innings for his 11th win as Las Vegas doubled up Colorado Springs, 8-4. Ricardo Nanita ripped a grand slam to give the 51s an eight-run cushion. Rockies No. 5 prospect Tim Wheeler went 5-for-5 with a triple and an RBI out of the leadoff spot for the Sky Sox.
Tony Gwynn collected three RBIs as Albuquerque opened a nine-run lead and coasted past Omaha, 11-3. Bobby Abreu went 4-for-4 in support of Isotopes starter Stephen Fife, who allowed two runs on six hits over seven innings to pick up his 11th win.
Barry Enright allowed two runs on four hits over 6 2/3 innings as Salt Lake outslugged Sacramento, 10-6. Angels No. 13 prospect Luis Jimenez and Ryan Langerhans drove in two runs apiece for the Bees, who got hits from everyone in the lineup. Daric Barton and A's No. 20 prospect Michael Taylor each had two RBIs for the River Cats.
Carlos Triunfel drove in four runs to fuel a 19-hit attack as Tacoma routed Fresno, 19-3. Every position player recorded at least one hit and scored a run for the Rainires, who put up 14 runs over the final two innings. D.J. Mitchell picked up the win after limiting the Grizzlies to two runs on five hits over six frames.