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Neftali Soto
Soto

Triple-A: In his second game of his latest rehab, Jerry Hairston Jr. homered in the Bats' 9-0 win. Chris Dickerson also homered, as did Drew T. Anderson, who went 3 for 5. Ryan Hanigan added 2 hits, and Ben Jukich scattered 7 hits in 8 innings for his first Triple-A win.

Brandon Waring
Waring

Double-A: Tonys Gutierrez's 5th-inning double was the Lookouts' only hit in a 3-1 loss. Another scoreless appearance from Ramon Geronimo.

High A: Logan Parker went 2 for 4 in Sarasota's 7-1 loss.

Low A: Let's start with Neftali Soto's night in Dayton's 14-4, 21-hit win. Soto went 5 for 6 with a 3-run homer and a couple runs. It's hard to believe this guy's only 19. Brandon Waring went 4 for 6 with a homer and 4 RBIs. He leads the Reds' system with 17 homers. Zach Cozart went 3 for 5 with 2 runs, 2 RBIs and 2 doubles. And Jeremy Horst had another nice start, allowing only 3 hits in 5 innings for the win to improve to 6-2.

Rookies: Kyle Day was 2 for 4 with a double as Billing won 6-2. Byron Wiley was 3 for 4 with a homer. ... Evan Hildenbrandt struck out 7 in 5 innings, allowing just 1 run in the G-Reds' 8-7 loss. ... 18-year-old Daniel Martinez struck out 9 in 5.1 innings as the D-Reds beat the Yankees 1-0. Martinez allowed just 2 hits.