3 stars - Missoula pitchers: 9 IP, 1 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 2 BB, 7 SO
2 stars - Jack Reinheimer, Reno: 2-for-3, 2B, 2 BB, game-winning RBI
1 star - Jose Herrera, Missoula: 3-for-3, 2B, RBI
0 stars - Kyle Jensen, Reno: 0-for-5, 3 SO, error
Triple-A Reno 4 @ Albuquerque 3: Edgar Garcia struggled early, allowing two runs in the first, and the Aces were down 3-0 by the end of three innings. However, Garcia held his ground, going six innings and allowing three runs on four hits and three walks with three K's. Reno were still three down in the sixth, but an RBI single from 3B Ed Lucas got them on the board, and 2B Sean Jamieson tied things up with a two-run double. SS Jack Reinheimer then gave the visitors the lead with an RBI double in the seventh, and the Aces bullpen tossed three scoreless, ending in Silvino Bracho's 14th save. Reinheimer and RF Mitch Haniger each had two hits and two walks.
Double-A Mobile - All-Star break
High-A Hillsboro 0, Eugene 6. An ugly loss for the Hops, who committed as many errors as they had base-runners (four of each). They managed three hits, all singles and another man reached on an error, but a pair of double-plays meant they sent only 29 men to the plate. SS Manny Jefferson had one of the hits, but also two of the errors. Taylor Wright did strike out nine over five innings, and walked none, but allowed three runs on four hits. Jake Winston gave up three runs (two earned) in the fifth, but Kirby Bellow struck out the side in the seventh.
A-ball Kane County - All-Star break
Rookie Missoula 4 @ Billings 1. Connor Grey, Dean Jackson and Nick Blackburn combined on a one-hitter. Grey tossed four perfect innings, retiring all 12 batters faced, and Jackson followed up with three hitless, though lost the perfect game on a two-out walk in the sixth. Blackburn took the no-hitter until there were two outs in the eighth, when an RBI single broke it up. On offense, DH Jose Herrera was 3-for-3 with a double, and Max Brown reached base three times, on a hit and pair of walks.
AZL D-backs 3, Giants 6. The D-backs started strongly, scoring one in the first on a wild pick-off throw and two in the second. on a fielder's choice and RBI single from CF Gabriel Macias. But the Giants scored four in the fourth off starter Kai-Wei Lin, who went 3.1 innings, allowing four runs on six hits and a walk, with one strikeout. Juan Torres tossed 3.2 innings of one-hit, scoreless relief, with three hits and three strikeouts. Macias had three hits and 3B Kyle Smith two hits and a walk.