Star Oakland outfielder Yoenis Cespedes went 1-for-4, driving in a run and scoring once in a rehab appearance with the Sacramento River Cats as they topped the Salt Lake Bees, 6-5, on Thursday.
Cespedes is on the disabled list with a left hand strain. If all goes as planned, he is expected to be activated by the A's on Sunday.
No. 6 A's prospect Sonny Gray (2-1) allowed a run on eight hits and two walks while striking out five over six innings to earn the win. Matt Young drilled a grand slam in the loss.
Sixth-ranked Giants prospect Francisco Peguero fell a triple short of the cycle, plating four runs and scoring twice as Fresno beat Reno, 11-5.
No. 2 San Francisco prospect Gary Brown doubled, drove in a run and scored twice as well for the Grizzlies. Brad Snyder homered and doubled for the Aces.
Charlie Blackmon fell a double short of a cycle and Lars Davis was a home run shy of the feat as Colorado Springs routed Tucson, 13-5. Blackmon finished 3-for-4 with three RBIs and Davis went 3-for-5 while scoring three times.
Drew Pomeranz (3-0) picked up the win for the Sky Sox, yielding just a run on three hits and two walks while striking out six over six frames. Pomeranz has a 2.82 ERA in 22 1/3 innings this year.
MLB.com's fourth-ranked overall prospect Wil Myers brought his hitting streak to nine games and belted his second homer of the year in Durham's 9-7 loss to Toledo. Myers went 2-for-4 with a double, two RBIs and a run scored. The outfielder, Tampa Bay's top prospect, is hitting .338/.440/.515 in 18 games this year for the Bulls.
Jordan Lennerton led the Mud Hens, knocking two solo homers.
Rochester shortstop Doug Bernier went a perfect 5-for-5, driving in four runs and doubling once as Rochester defeated Syracuse, 10-7. Red Wings third baseman Brian Dinkelman also went 4-for-5, hitting three doubles and scoring twice.
Joe Benson scored four times for Rochester.
This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.