Marlins top prospect Jacob Turner
scattered eight hits over six innings before New Orleans blanked Tacoma, 2-0. Jeff Dominguez
singled and scored the Zephyrs' first run, then delivered an RBI double in the ninth. Rainiers starter Andrew Carraway
gave up three hits and struck out five over five scoreless frames.
Royals No. 2 prospect Wil Myers went 3-for-4 and scored twice as Omaha shut down visiting Colorado Springs, 6-1. Mitch Maier slugged a two-run homer and David Lough also had a pair of RBIs for the Storm Chasers, who got seven strong innings from Ryan Verdugo. Rockies No. 14 prospect Charlie Culberson had three of the Sky Sox's seven hits.
Luis Hernandez delivered a walk-off single in the ninth inning, giving Round Rock a 5-4 triumph over Las Vegas. Brad Nelson slugged his 20th homer, scored twice and fell a triple shy of the cycle for the Express, while Mike McCoy doubled, singled and scored a run for the 51s.
James Adduci drove in three runs and Dave Sappelt added two hits and two RBIs to lead Iowa to a 7-4 win over visiting Reno. Ty'Relle Harris gave up two runs on six hits over six innings for his first Triple-A win, while D-backs No. 14 prospect Adam Eaton went 3-for-5 with an RBI to raise his PCL-leading batting average to .384.
Angels No. 8 prospect Andrew Romine went 3-for-5 with two RBIs and fell a homer shy of the cycle in Salt Lake's 10-3 thumping of Oklahoma City. Angels No. 13 prospect Luis Jimenez contributed a three-run blast, while Hank Conger was 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles, two RBIs and a run scored for the Bees. Astros No. 4 prospect Matt Dominguez and Mike Hessman both had two hits and an RBI for the RedHawks.
Eric Hacker struck out eight and allowed a pair of unearned runs on four hits over seven innings for his PCL-leading 12th win as Fresno topped Memphis, 6-4. Justin Christian came within a homer of hitting for the cycle, scoring twice and driving in a run for the Grizzlies. Cardinals No. 7 prospect Matt Adams ripped a two-run homer for the Redbirds.
Brewers No. 8 prospect Logan Schafer tripled in the ninth inning and scored on a wild pitch to give Nashville a 5-4 road win over Sacramento. Brewers No. 15 prospect Khris Davis drove in two runs for the Sounds, while A's No. 5 prospect Grant Green delivered an RBI double in the first inning to extend his hitting streak to 14 games for the River Cats.
Yankees No. 11 prospect Adam Warren carried a no-hitter into the eighth before Scranton/Wilkes-Barre pulled out a 3-1, 11-inning victory over Rochester. Chris Dickerson capped a three-hit night with a two-run double in the single in the 11th for the Yankees, while Brian Dinkelman broke up Warren's no-hit bid with a one-out infield single.
Yunesky Maya allowed three runs on seven hits over six innings to win his fourth straight start as Syracuse held on for a 4-3 victory over Buffalo. Mark Teahen tripled home a pair of runs and scored for the Chiefs, while Fred Lewis was 2-for-4 with a solo homer for the Bisons.
White Sox No. 10 prospect Charlie Leesman came off the disabled list and allowed one run on three hits over five innings in Charlotte's 12-2 romp at Indianapolis. Greg Golson sparked the Knights out of the leadoff spot, going 2-for-5 with three RBIs and a pair of runs scored. Jose Tabata had two of the Indians' five hits and drove in a run.
Jason Donald capped a three-hit effort by singling home the go-ahead run in the 10th inning as Columbus outlasted Durham, 2-1. Clippers starter Eric Berger gave up one run on five hits over six innings, while Rays No. 2 prospect Chris Archer struck out eight and yielded a run on five hits over 6 2/3 frames.
Felix Pie doubled, singled and drove in three runs to lead Gwinnett to a 6-4 victory over visiting Norfolk. Braves starter Yohan Flande won for the third time in four decisions, giving up three runs on seven hits over five innings. Orioles No. 12 prospect L.J. Hoes had two hits and scored a run for the Tides.
Reds No. 5 prospect Neftali Soto went 2-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored, leading Louisville to a 5-3 win over visiting Toledo. Mike Costanzo doubled twice, plated one run and scored another for the Bats, while Mud Hens second baseman Danny Dorn picked up a pair of hits and scored a run against his former team.
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