San Francisco's No. 2 prospect Gary Brown re-emerged after a brief respite from his recent turnaround, going 4-for-5 with a triple and a run in Fresno's 14-6 win over Las Vegas. After struggling mightily through April and May, Brown rebounded with a .278 average and .910 OPS with eight homers in June. The center fielder had been 1-for-13 in his previous three games and was hitting .189 in his previous nine games.
Chris Dominguez also had four hits while Johnny Monell hit a grand slam and Cole Gillespie and Jackson Williams also homered for the Grizzlies.
Columbus' Danny Salazar tossed five scoreless innings and outpitched No. 8 Tampa Bay prospect Mike Montgomery in the Clippers' 2-1 victory in the first game of a doubleheader. Salazar held the Bulls to two hits and struck out two while improving to 2-2. Montgomery (4-2) allowed two runs -- one earned -- on seven hits with five strikeouts.
In the nightcap, four Bulls hurlers combined to shut out the Clippers in a 5-0 victory. Cory Wade allowed a hit on two scoreless innings, and then Adam Liberatore (4-1), C.J. Riefenhauser and Josh Lueke held Columbus to a hit and two walks over the final five frames.
Greg Reynolds became the first pitcher in Louisville history to begin the season 10-0 in a 5-2 win over Indianapolis. Reynolds struck out eight and allowed two runs -- one earned -- on 10 hits over 6 1/3 innings.
Emmanuel Burris was 3-for-5 with a double and a run out of the lead-off spot and Mike Hessman slugged his 18th homer of the season for the Bats.
Charlotte's Zach Stewart allowed three hits over seven shutout innings in a 3-0 win over Buffalo. Stewart (5-9) dropped his ERA to 5.09, adding six strikeouts and a walk.
Brent Morel and Tyler Greene had two hits apiece for the Knights. Thad Weber (3-2) took the loss for the Bisons after allowing two earned runs on six hits over seven innings.
George Springer hit his second Triple-A home run, but Oklahoma City fell to Albuquerque, 6-4. Springer is hitting .353 in six games since being promoted from Double-A Corpus Christi. He went 1-for-3 with two walks, two runs and a stolen base Monday.
For the Isotopes, Matt Angle was 4-for-4 with a double, two RBIs and two runs while Dee Gordon doubled and scored three times.
Tyler Lyons allowed two hits over seven shutout frames in Memphis' 4-2 loss to Iowa. Lyons struck out nine but didn't factor in the decision. He has allowed three hits and two walks over 14 innings since returning from a stint in the Major Leagues.
Iowa won behind a four-run bottom of the eighth inning. Brad Nelson picked up two key RBIs while Anthony Giansanti doubled and drove in the other two runs.