- Renegades' Yepez wraps up six hitless innings
- Greenville's Moncada starts a tough double play
- Moya hits second homer of game for Mud Hens
- Chavis belts seventh long ball of year for Drive
- Snappers' Harris makes home run-saving grab
- IronPigs' Henson gets a glove on Martinez's homer
- Sanchez homers again for the Thunder
- Yankees' Bird collects first Triple-A hit
- Squirrels' Beltre dives for game-ending catch
- Military dad surprises son at Smokies game
- Biscuits' Faria picks up 14th strikeout
- Aces' Glaesmann makes leaping grab at the wall
Pro stuntman Ted Batchelor takes his unique talent to Norfolk on Friday when he sets himself aflame for a run around the bases. In Reading, the Phillie Phanatic reunites with old pals.
In his third start for Class A Short Season Hudson Valley, righty Angel Yepez put all the pieces together. He didn't allow a hit over six frames, setting down the last 15 Yankees in a row.
At first, Dominic Ficociello didn't know he'd ended the longest game of the Minor League season with a walk-off home run for the Flying Tigers in the 21st. But he was sure glad that he did.
Top Detroit prospect Steven Moya is back on track after homering in three straight games -- with four long balls over that span. He leads Toledo into a 7 pm. ET contest against Columbus.
- Yepez rolls in hitless outing for Renegades
- Tigers' Ficociello plays hero, ends game in 21st
- Cortes keys triple play and win for Pulaski
- Antigua, I-Cubs 'pen deliver in one-hitter
- Promo Preview: Man on fire in Norfolk
- Cards' Hazelbaker from out of work to excelling
- Brewers' Reed forgoes football, takes own path
- Rox's Murphy healthy, playing for Team USA