Tampa Bay's Alexander Ovalles put together an all-time performance with Low-A Charleston after clubbing a trio of home runs as part of a five-hit night with 10 RBIs and 14 total bases.
Tampa Bay's Wander Franco and St. Louis' Ivan Herrera each mashed grand slams for their respective clubs and headline Saturday's top prospect performances.
Red Sox No. 2 prospect Jeter Downs broke out with his first three-hit performance of the season that included a towering home run, a double, three RBIs and a stolen base.
Yankees' Oswald Peraza and Nats' Israel Pineda each belted a pair of long balls to pace their respective club's offense to victories on Friday night and lead prospect performances.
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