Mere hours before celebrating his 21st birthday, Gunnar Henderson gave himself an early present. The third-ranked Orioles prospect completed the cycle by the sixth inning in Triple-A Norfolk's victory.
For the second time this year, Double-A Tennessee made history. After going nearly 15 years between no-hitters, four pitchers combined to throw the Smokies' second in six weeks.
6/28/22: Orioles No. 3 prospect Gunnar Henderson drives in three runs as he hits for the cycle for Triple-A Norfolk.
6/28/22: Cubs Anderson Espinoza, Samuel Reyes, Bryan King and Nicholas Padilla combine for Double-A Tennessee's second no-no of 2022
6/27/22 No. 2 Mets Brett Batty hits an opposite-field homer for Double-A Binghamton.
6/28/22: Kansas City's No. 1 prospect Nick Pratto cranks a two-run homer to right field for Triple-A Omaha on the road at St. Paul
6/28/22 No. 1 Dodgers prospect Diego Cartaya crushes his third home run for High-A Great Lakes.
This evening the Saints are proud to become Santos de San Pablo as we honor the rich history of Minnesota’s Latino community.— Santos de San Pablo (@StPaulSaints) June 28, 2022
Join us as we kick off our first of 3 Copa de la Diversión nights this season. Viva los Santos!
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