Prospect Watch: So much for my belief that Galvez would be in the AZL for a week. After one game, Galvez was back with the T-Pads, and immediately made a big impact. He scored three runs including the game-tying run in the ninth inning on Cody Decker's walk off home run. … Make it 9-for-20 for Fuentes in Tucson, with nine runs scored, two doubles, five RBIs and three stolen bases. Between Double-A and Triple-A, Fuentes is hitting .323/.403/.447 with 32 SB.
For further reading on the Tucson Padres please see the Arizona Daily Star
Prospect Watch: RHP Leonel Campos allowed his second earned run in 22.2 Double-A innings. In his last two appearances, Campos has allowed multiple hits, but struck out the side both times. Campos has struck out 29 during those 22.2 innings, and has 92 strike outs in 59 innings this year.
Prospect Watch: Travis Jankowski stole two more bases to bring his grand total to 71. He has stolen at least 12 bases in every month thus far, and already has nine in August.
For further reading on the Storm please see the Southwest Riverside News Network
Prospect Watch: After posting a 1.11 ERA before the All Star Break, Roman Madrid has struggled with a 5.50 ERA, three losses, and two blown saves. The biggest difference has been the walks. Madrid has walked 12 batters in just 18 innings over his last 16 games, while his BAA has also risen nearly 100 points (.181 to .280)
For further reading on the TinCaps' please see the Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette
Prospect Watch: After throwing two straight shutouts while striking out 14, Cowgill was hit hard allowing as many hits as he did in his last three starts. Even with his rough outing, he still remains the Ems most consistent starter. But when it rains it pours for the Ems.
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