Down on the farm (5/27)

 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.

https://www.milb.com/isotopes/news/tapia-and-ynoa-lift-isotopes-to-win-in-fresno/c-232906008/t-196093364

 Double A Hartford (21-26) were shutout by Binghamtom 1-0. The Rumble Ponies Blake Beavan, who is trying to make his return to the majors with the Mets, threw 7.2 innings of shutout baseball. Rockies pitching prospect Yency Almonte played for the first time since May 3rd. he threw 61 pitches over four innings while striking out five and giving up one earned run.

https://www.milb.com/yard-goats/news/rumble-ponies-big-league-yard-goats/c-232861602/t-196097242

 High A Lancaster (27-23) defeated Inland Empire 9-5. The JetHawks hit four home runs on the night with two of them coming off the bat of Hamlet Marte. Brendan Rodgers and Brian Mundell also went deep for Lancaster as the four homers ties a season high.

https://www.milb.com/jethawks/news/marte-goes-deep-twice-hawks-beat-66ers-again/c-232899628/t-196093332

 Low A Asheville (20-27) lost to the Hickory Crawdads 6-4. Brandon Gold pitched eight innings for the Tourists giving up three earned runs. A pair of home runs by Hickory and a throwing error by Asheville tipped the scale in the Crawdads favor.

https://www.milb.com/tourists/news/gold-goes-the-distance-but-tourists-come-up-short/c-232843530/t-196097254

 

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