Triple-A Reno 4, New Orleans 2. Robbie Ray got the victory, striking out nine over seven innings, and allowing two runs on four hits and three walks. The Aces came from behind late, scoring three in the seventh, two on RF Todd Glaesmann's first home-run of the year, and another in the eighth, as C Peter O'Brien clobbered his twelfth. Glaesmann had another hit, and 3B Jamie Romak had three.
Double-A Mobile 8 @ Tennessee 10. A stirring comeback by the BayBears fell just short. They trailed by seven going into the ninth inning, but by the time 2B Brandon Drury made the final out, batting for the second time that inning, they had the tying run on base, Gerson Montilla having hit a grand-slam off the bench. Drury had three hits and RF Socrates Brito a pair. Braden Shipley lasted 4.1 innings, allowing three runs on six hits and four walks, and is 0-4 with a 7.89 ERA this month. BayBears manager Robbie Hammock was ejected in the ninth.
High-A Visalia 6, Bakersfield 2. Two-run homers from CF Breland Almadova (his second) and LF Stewart Ijames (#12) proved the difference makers here,. with Blayne Weller improving to 4-3 for his six innings of two-run ball. He gave up seven hits and a walk, with a pair of strikeouts. DH Jamie Westbrook doubled and singled for the Rawhide, also stealing his fifth base, and Visalia extended their division lead to ten games.
A-ball Kane County 0 @ Peoria 5. The Cougars were blanked by the Chiefs, and managed only three hits. Two of those, a double and single, were by LF Victor Reyes, with SS Ryan Gebhardt doubling; C Stryker Trahan picked up a pair of walks. Brad Keller took the loss, but didn't pitch badly, holding Peoria to three runs over seven innings, on three hits, with a trio of walks and strikeouts as well.