- Blue Rocks turn third triple play of season
- Smokies' Hannemann makes another diving catch
- Baez launches a moonshot for the I-Cubs
- RailRiders' Sanchez crushes a two-run shot
- Reds' Blandino goes yard in Double-A debut
- Suns' Wilson breaks up Blue Wahoos' no-hitter
- Hens' Hessman slams record 433rd homer
- Strasburg collects one of his 11 K's for Chiefs
- KC's Liddi, Dozier race for back-to-back triples
- Smokies' Hannemann dives to catch blooper
- Garcia goes yard in third straight for Indy
- Arkansas' Towey cuts down Mondesi at plate
South Bend's Erick Leal allowed one baserunner and retired his final 14 batters to wrap up nine hitless innings. Unfortunately, the Cubs dropped a 1-0, 12-inning decision to Kane County.
The Savannah Sand Gnats are moving to Columbia, South Carolina, next year and will be called the Columbia Fireflies, a nod to both local insects and the heat associated with the region.
What better way to take sole possession of the Minor League home run record than with a grand slam? Mike Hessman did just that for the Mud Hens, a momentous 433rd long ball.
George R.R. Martin, creator of the popular Game of Thrones novels and HBO television series, will hit Staten Island this week, while in Fresno, the long-awaited Tacos make their debut.
- Leal pitches nine hitless innings in Cubs loss
- Van Gansen delivers All-Star win in 10th inning
- Fulmer completes circle in SeaWolves' debut
- Ziomek strikes out 11 in Flying Tigers shutout
- Hader anchors Shuckers' latest shutout in debut
- Three is magic number for Blue Rocks' defense
- Johnson, Blue Wahoos combine on one-hitter
- Lowery slams way to NWL-PIO Derby crown
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