After Royals No. 18 prospect Zach Haake spun six hitless, Dante Biasi capped off the 12th no-hitter in Quad Cities history. It's also the first nine-inning gem for the club since 2001.
MLB's No. 3 overall prospect Spencer Torkelson drilled his first Double-A homer and double in his fourth game since being promoted to Erie.
Hunter Greene touched 104 mph in his Triple-A debut for Louisville. Cincinnati's No. 2 prospect also gave up four solo homers in four frames, but he struck out eight as well.
6/17/21: St. Paul's Daniel Descalso, Tomás Telis, JT Riddle and Drew Maggi combined on a triple play for Minnesota's Triple-A affiliate.
6/17/21: Pittsburgh's No. 14 prospect Mason Martin goes yard to right field and then left-center for Double-A Altoona.
6/17/21: Columbus' Andrés Giménez belts a home run for the fourth straight game against visiting Toledo
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