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Arizona Diamondbacks Minor-League Round-up, 7/20: David Peralta leaves rehab outing

Got back early enough from our anniversary dinner and a movie, so getting this up tonight! Not that there was much to report across our affiliates, with the Aces the only winner, and it took a late comeback to achieve that.

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Snake Stars
3 stars
: Domingo Leyba, Mobile - 2-for-3, R, HR, three RBI, BB
2 stars: Zach Borenstein, Reno - R, 3-for-5, two DBL, two RBI
1 star: Trevor Mitsui, Kane County - 2-for-4, DBL, RBI
0 stars: Mitch Haniger, Reno - 0-for-5, three SO

Triple-A Reno 5, Colorado Springs 4 (10). Overshadowing the result was the news that David Peralta fouled a ball of the inside of his knee and went down at home plate. He was removed from the game, but it appears he was able to walk off the field under his own power. Fingers crossed it won't be any kind of setback for him. Edwin Escobar allowed four runs over six innings, on seven hits and three walks with three K's, The Aces scored two in the ninth without a hit, on three walks, an error and a ground-out to tie the game. A wild pitch in the 10th gave Reno a walk-off win, scoring LF Zach Borenstein, who had two doubles and a single on the night.

Double-A Mobile 3, Jacksonville 4. The Bay Bears tried to comeback from 4-0 down in the eighth, scoring three on a home-run by SS Domingo Leyba, his first of the year. But they were unable to get any closer. Leyba also singled and had the team's only walk, with 3B Dawel Lugo getting another two of their five hits. Cole Johnson worked 7.2 innings, allowing six hits and a walk, with three strikeouts, and being charged with four runs, three earned.

High-A Visalia off day.

A-ball Kane County 1 @ Great Lakes 5. The Cougars got seven hits, but their only hit with runners in scoring position, and only run came on DH Trevor Mitsui's fourth-inning double. He also singled. C Francis Christy was kept busy, as the Loons made seven stolen-base attempts, and he only nailed one of them. Carlos Hernandez couldn't get through five innings, scattering eight hits and two walks over 4.2 frames, allowing four earned runs. He struck out four.

A-short Hillsboro 0 @ Eugene 4. The Hops were held to just two hits. 3B Ramon Hernandez singled and walked, while DH Justin Chigbogu got the other hit. Starter Wei-Chieh Huang went four innings, allowing two runs on four hits with a pair of strikeouts. Kevin Ginkel gave up the other two runs, in his three frames of relief work.

Rookie Missoula off day.

AZL D-backs off day.