Ray's walk-off blast leaves the ballpark
With his team down one in the bottom of the ninth, Corey Ray delivered a laser of a homer. The left-hander hitter drilled a two-run jack that got out of the stadium in a hurry, giving Double-A Biloxi the late victory.
Rojas wraps up cycle with slam
What's more exciting than getting the cycle-clinching hit? Lifting a grand slam to seal the feat. Angels prospect Jose Rojas did just that with the four-run swing in the eighth for Triple-A Salt Lake as the Anaheim native capped a historic, seven-RBI game.
Tebow homers on first 2018 pitch
Tim Tebow has a history of going yard on his first day with a new team since joining the Mets system. But in his latest campaign, the Heisman Trophy winner immediately kicked off his Double-A Binghamton tenure with a three-run shot in the first inning.
Tucker walks off with division title
Triple-A Fresno entered the ninth down 6-2, but with one swing, Kyle Tucker gave the Grizzlies their 76th win and a ticket to the Pacific Coast League playoffs. The left-handed hitter swatted a three-run jack just left of the foul pole to secure the key victory.
Vlad Jr. launches homer off hotel
The legend of Vladimir Guerrero Jr. grew once again with Double-A New Hampshire when baseball's top prospect not only collected his first multi-homer game since 2016, but he did so by ripping a two-run dinger off the wall of a hotel, just beyond the center-field fence.
Squirrels hurler Johnson goes deep, gets win
Jordan Johnson was already having a good game with five scoreless innings under his belt. Then the 6-foot-3 hurler knocked a solo shot to left with Double-A Richmond for his first professional dinger. Johnson later topped his day by notching the W.
Reyes continues his home run tirade
Franmil Reyes had already begun May with a bang, collecting three straight two-homer games. But then he kept going as he left the yard in his fifth straight contest on May 6. In total, Reyes blasted off eight times over the stretch for Triple-A El Paso.
Lewis hits first pro slam on his birthday
For his 19th birthday, Royce Lewis did something he hadn't done in the first 98 games of his professional career. The 2017 first overall pick ripped a grand slam to pad Fort Myers' lead and give himself a snazzy present in the process.
Collins drills his second jack of the inning
Prior to the ninth inning on Aug. 10, Zack Collins had just two career multi-homer games. Then, he left the yard twice in one frame for Double-A Birmingham, first with a two-run shot and then with a grand slam for a personal-best six RBIs.
Valera delivers inside-the-park winner
After going 2-for-8 in the first 19 innings across Norfolk's doubleheader, Breyvic Valera made up for it in the day's final at-bat. The switch-hitter wasted no more time, ripping the first pitch of the 13th off the right-field fence and then racing around the bases for a thrilling game-winner.