- An opossum pinch-runs in River Bandits game
- Single-turned-error gives Missions a no-hitter
- Columbus' Cloyd completes no-hitter
- Baez bops his 20th homer for the I-Cubs
- Dash's Rodon gets first Carolina League strikeout
- Bandits' Phillips homers in fifth straight game
- Dash's Hawkins hits inside-the-park homer
- Cubs' Soler rips second Triple-A homer
- Barons' Thompson hits the ball very far
- Smokies' Almora slugs first Double-A homer
- 'Riders' Adams legs out inside-the-park homer
- 'Riders' Gallo launches slam for 37th homer
In his longest outing of the season, Cincy's No. 5 prospect Ben Lively dominated the Smokies. He took a no-hitter into the eighth, giving up back-to-back singles before his exit.
Aaron Blair has been dominant since his promotion to Double-A Mobile, going 2-0 with 16 strikeouts in two starts. The M-Braves stand between him and a third Southern League win.
An altered stance and approach at the plate is paying dividends for Yankees second base prospect Robert Refsnyder, who is batting .325 in his first season above the Class A level.
The Triple-A Indianapolis Indians are the Minors' reigning attendance champions, but that's not the only realm in which the team is tops -- it also has the most Twitter followers.
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