- RailRiders' Judge records career-high fourth hit
- Conforto drills a two-run homer for the B-Mets
- The Grizzlies' Jonathan Villar makes a nice catch
- Red Wings' Martinez ends Owens' no-hit bid
- Cards' Bader caps two-homer game in pro debut
- Red-hot McBride homers in Isotopes romp
- O's Uxa caps career night with walk-off slam
- Hawkins makes sliding catch for Barons
- Suns' Riddle homers in 10-run inning
- Kepler comes up with game-ending diving catch
- Suns skipper Berg tosses a base, gets ejected
- Hooks' Phillips lays out, makes a diving catch
Over three games in Reading, the Fightin Phils saw five of six pitching decisions go to position players, including a victory to first baseman Brock Stassi, who threw three no-hit frames.
Manager Doug Mientkiewicz and hitting coach Chad Allen asked Max Kepler to pull the ball more this year. The result? A breakout campaign for the 22-year-old German outfielder.
At Calvin Falwell Field, home of the Lynchburg Hillcats, everybody knows Jimmy Wright -- if not by that name. He goes by "Salad Bar," a nickname given him by two big league All-Stars.
- O'Brien, Conley elected as PCL All-Stars
- Crawford, Bell highlight EL All-Star rosters
- Roundup: Conforto, Beede, Bird, McMahon
- Stock Watch: Confident Kepler on rise for Twins
- Crooked Numbers: Three nights in Reading
- An MLB All-Star made a Lynchburg 'Salad Bar'
- Nationals' Giolito taking control of his emotions
- Jays' Hoffman humming along post-surgery