Norfolk's Kyle Stowers, Greensboro's Matt Gorski and Memphis' Lars Nootbaar showed off some serious muscle for their respective clubs on Sunday, recording their first professional three-homer games while combining for 16 RBIs.
5/22/22: Rockies No. 8 prospect Michael Toglia cranked two homers as part of a five-RBI day for Double-A Hartford.
5/22/22: Baltimore's No. 2 prospect Grayson Rodriguez rolls up nine strikeouts over six stellar innings for Triple-A Norfolk at Charlotte
5/22/22: Fourth-ranked Royals prospect Vinnie Pasquantino belts a long homer during a five-RBI game for the Triple-A Storm Chasers.
5/22/22: No. 1 New York Yankees prospect (MLB No. 6) Anthony Volpe belts his fifth homer of the year for the Double-A Somerset Patriots
5/22/22: No. 4 Cincinnati Reds prospect (MLB’s No. 82) belts his 10th home run of the year for the Double-A Chattanooga Lookouts
5/22/22: No. 3 Pittsburgh Pirates prospect (MLB's No.23) Oneil Cruz hits his fourth homer for Triple-A Indianapolis
5/22/22: No. 5 Los Angeles Dodgers prospect (MLB No. 89) Miguel Vargas clubs his seventh homer for Triple-A Oklahoma City
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Welcome to Greensboro's First National Bank Field, a central North Carolina locale with city skyline views. The ballpark is home to the Grasshoppers, but adorable bat dogs have long had a presence as well.
No. 13 overall prospect continuing to play up to competition