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Joey Bart, C, Triple-A Sacramento (Giants)—Bart continues to have his way with Triple-A West pitchers. The Giants No. 2 prospect went 4-for-5 with a home run and two runs scored in Sacramento’s 7-6 loss to Reno on Monday night. Bart is up to .349 with a 1.000 OPS this season and has positioned himself nicely for a callup whenever the need arises.

Ryan Hartman, LHP, Triple-A Sugar Land (Astros) – The soft-tossing lefty pitched 5.2 innings with three hits and two runs allowed, one walk and seven strikeouts to help Triple-A Sugar Land salvage a split in its doubleheader with Oklahoma City. Hartman retired 17 of his first 19 batters before running into trouble in the sixth and improved to 2-1, 3.25 on the year.

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Austin Allen, C, Triple-A Las Vegas (Athletics)—Allen went 2-for-3 with a home run, two RBIs and a walk in Triple-A Las Vegas’ 9-8 win over Albuquerque. He once again failed to win a spot on the A’s roster and got off to a slow start with the Aviators, but he’s heated up recently. After Monday’s performance, Allen is now batting .385 with three home runs in his last eight games.

Brennon Lund, OF, Triple-A Salt Lake (Angels) – Lund has fallen off the Angels prospect radar as the team’s farm system has improved, but he’s still around and had a big day Monday. Lund went 3-for-4 with a triple, a homer and four RBIs in Triple-A Salt Lake’s 9-2 win over Reno. Combined with recent prospect graduates Matt Thaiss (3-5, 3B, 2 HR) and Luis Rengifo (2-4, 2 R), Lund is providing valuable depth in Triple-A that could soon be used in the majors.


ARIAAA#2Daulton Varsho, C50120.2262B (6),
ARIAAA#14Seth Beer, 1B50200.3072B (13),
BOSMAJ#3Bobby Dalbec, 1B40000.190
CHCMAJ#24Sergio Alcantara, SS20010.338
COLAAA#10Ryan Vilade, OF50000.282
LAAAAA#1Jo Adell, OF50100.273
LADAAA#1Keibert Ruiz, C31100.2732B (9),
LADAAA#11Sheldon Neuse, 3B30000.169E (3),
LADAAA#11Sheldon Neuse, 3B40000.169
LADAAA#14DJ Peters, OF20000.200BB (11),
LADAAA#14DJ Peters, OF30000.200
LADAAA#19Omar Estevez, 2B30000.194
LADAAA#26Luke Raley, OF20000.277BB (5),
LADAAA#30Zach Reks, OF20000.325BB (15),
LADAAA#30Zach Reks, OF20010.3252 BB (15),
MIAMAJ#4Jazz Chisholm, SS40100.275
OAKAAA#7Luis Barrera, OF41000.244BB (10),
OAKAAA#9Greg Deichmann, OF20100.293BB (22), CS (1),
OAKAAA#17Austin Allen, C31220.242HR (5), BB (4),
SDAAA#3Luis Campusano, C21000.1812 BB (15),
SEAAAA#8Cal Raleigh, C40100.356
SFAAA#2Joey Bart, C52420.344HR (4),
TEXAAA#3Leody Taveras, OF40100.193
TEXAAA#10Anderson Tejeda, SS40000.143


BOSMAJ#17Garrett Whitlock, RHP0.1000001.61
CHCMAJ#5Adbert Alzolay, RHP3.0544544.06L (4-5)
CHCMAJ#12Cory Abbott, RHP1.1431015.97
CHCMAJ#27Keegan Thompson, RHP2.0122232.11
COLAAA#12Ryan Castellani, RHP4.1455727.71L (1-5)
KCMAJ#4Jackson Kowar, RHP0.2344201.95L (5-1)
LAAMAJ#3Chris Rodriguez, RHP1.1311012.70
LADAAA#23Edwin Uceta, RHP2.1232354.26L (0-3)
OAKAAA#16Jordan Weems, RHP0.2344107.50
OAKAAA#28Miguel Romero, RHP0.1000006.97Sv (1)
SDMAJ#6Ryan Weathers, LHP5.0533142.44W (3-2)
SDAAA#17Mason Thompson, RHP1.0000025.02Sv (5)
SDAAA#17Sam McWilliams, RHP0.20113011.00
SFAAA#20Camilo Doval, RHP0.1022207.31
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