- Drive's Chevis makes a diving play
- Severino racks up a 'K' during five hitless frames
- Yankees' Tanaka fans two in first rehab start
- Correa crushes a long ball off Zito for Grizzles
- Redbirds' Lyons fans 12th in complete-game win
- G-Braves' Peraza belts his first Triple-A homer
- Reyes collects first hit of Bisons rehab stint
- Rangers slugger Hamilton slugs first homer of '15
- Smokies fielders Almora, Rademacher collide
- Gallo goes deep for third homer in two games
- Drive's Miller makes sliding catch on the track
- Bisons' Dickerson makes leaping catch at the wall
Peter "Pedro" Bragan has plans for retirement, including a museum and a trip to Hawaii, but that's after he enjoys his "last dance" as the outgoing owner of the Jacksonville Suns.
Masahiro Tanaka allowed a double and a single over three frames in his first rehab start for Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. The Yankees ace threw 41 pitches, 25 for strikes against Durham.
No. 2 Angels prospect Sean Newcomb wasn't in possession of his velocity Thursday, but he compensated by mixing up pitches and only allowed one hit over 5 2/3 innings for Inland Empire.
- Fresno's Correa homers in second straight game
- Tanaka throws three scoreless in rehab start
- Severino unhittable in his return to Thunder
- Isotopes' Gray turns in longest outing of year
- Newcomb takes no-hit bid into sixth for 66ers
- Roundup: Bundy, Zagunis, Mancini, Reed
- Bragan enjoying his 'last dance' in Jacksonville
- Toolshed: Rays' Snell, O'Conner grow together