- Triple A: Oklahoma City 8, New Orleans 2
- Double A: No game (rain)
- High A: No game
- Single A: Greensboro 2, Rome 3
- Low A: Batavia 1, Auburn 5
- 1B Josh Naylor has been really struggling since the beginning of May, batting just .231/.310/.392 in 145 PA since May 1. Naylor didn’t help his batting average much last night, but at least he was able to collect one hit (a double) to add to his slugging percentage, as his power output has noticeably been down. One thing that Naylor has done well is get the bat on the ball, as he’s struck out only 17 times in those 145 PAs.
- RHP Chris Paddack pitched yet another immaculate game. The young righty pitched 5 perfect innings, striking out 8 for Single-A Greensboro. Although the bullpen would give up the lead, what makes Paddack’s efforts even more impressive is that he pitched 5 no-hit innings in his last game too, so he now has allowed exactly 0 hits and 1 walk in his last 10 innings while striking out 19.