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“We got off to a rough start tonight and got down a bunch, but he goes out and hits an opposite-field homer and then the triple,” Potomac manager Tripp Keister told MiLB.com. “When he hit it, you really didn’t think he’d get three out of it,
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The rest of the best performances from top prospects Friday:
• Gleyber Torres (Yankees’ No. 1, No. 2 overall) blasted a grand slam to help lift Double-A Trenton to a 6-0 win over Portland. It was Torres’ fifth homer in 30 games this season, and the 20-year-old shortstop is now slugging .513 Bo Jackson Jersey Raiders in his first taste of Double-A ball.
• Michael Kopech (White Sox No. 3, No. 13 overall) turned in another strong start, allowing one run on three hits over seven innings, walking two and
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• Willie Calhoun (Dodgers’ No. 4, No. 74 overall) belted his third homer in as many games in Triple-A Oklahoma City’s 7-6 loss to El Paso. The 22-year-old second baseman is batting .319 with eight homers and a .570 slugging percentage Bo Jackson Jersey through 36 games.
Christin Stewart (Tigers’ No. 2) tied the Minor League lead in homers in grand fashion, blasting a grand slam for his 12th home run of the season in Double-A
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• Rowdy Tellez (Blue Jays’ No. 5) hit a walk-off homer in the 13th inning to send Triple-A Buffalo to a 7-5 win over Pawtucket. Tellez was 2-for-7 in the game, and the 22-year-old’s game-winning shot was his fourth homer of the season.
• Connor Sadzeck (Rangers’ No. 10) tossed eight strong frames for Double-A Frisco in a 2-1 loss to Corpus Christi. The 25-year-old right-hander yielded just one run on three hits, walking one and fanning nine in his best outing of the season, lowering his ERA by more than half a run in the process to 4.34.
• Yu-Cheng Chang (Indians’ No. 11) hit two solo homers for Double-A Akron in an 8-7 loss to Hartford. The 21-year-old infielder is hitting just .197 so far in 2017, but he now has nine homers in his first 33 games at the Double-A level.
• Scott Kingery (Phillies’ No. 11) had a huge game for Double-A Reading, hitting a two-run homer in the fourth inning and then a walk-off shot in the 10th for a 7-6 victory over New Hampshire. The 23-year-old second baseman, selected by
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Manny Randhawa is a reporter for MLB.com. Follow him on Twitter at @MannyOnMLB. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.