Triple A Albuquerque (27-23) was shutout by Fresno 7-0. The Isotopes Raimel Tapia went 0-for-4 at the plate to snap his 19 game hitting streak. It also marked the first time in 28 games this season that Tapia did not reach base safely. He is currently the team leader in batting average hitting .379 on the season.
Triple A Albuquerque (27-22) beat Fresno 11-6. Raimel Tapia extended his hitting streak to 19 games with a 2-for-4 effort that included a 2 RBI triple in the seventh that put the Isotopes up for good. Rafael Ynoa padded the lead in the eight inning with a grand slam as Albuquerque won their fourth straight game.
Triple A Albuquerque (26-22) won their thrid straight with a 6-4 decision over Oklahoma City. The Isotopes walked off on the Dodgers when Dustin Garneau hit a ball to deep center. The ball bounced off the glove of Trayce Thompson and over the wall for a two run homer. Raimel Tapia extended his hitting streak to 18 games in the victory.
Triple A Albuquerque (25-22) beat Oklahoma City 11-5 to win thwir second straight game and grab a hold of first place in the Pacific Southern division. Mike Tauchman hit a pair of home run as the Isotopes hit a season best three long balls in the game.
Triple A Albuquerque (24-22) walked off on Oklahoma City with a 9-8 victory. Daniel Castro dribbled a hit short of the mound in the 9th with two on and Dodgers pitcher Brandon Marrow picked it up and made a throwing error that allowed both runs to score to give the Isotopes the come from behind win.