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Eloy Jimenez had three hits and came a triple shy of the cycle in Birmingham's 5-4 win. That obviously included a home run, Jimenez's fifth of the season, and the White Sox top-ranked prospect also drove in three runs. Since starting his season 0-for-10, Jimenez has been red hot, slashing .346/.345/.712 with five homers, four doubles and 16 RBIs over his last 12 games. Friday, Zack Collins also had a hit and walked three times. Jordan Stephens allowed just two earned runs and struck out eight batters in 6.2 innings.
Thyago Vieira continues to give up runs in his relief appearances. He allowed two runs during his two innings of work in Friday's 7-5 loss and has now allowed at least one run to score in five of his 11 outings this season, owning an ERA of 6.92.
Class A Kannapolis
Evan Skoug homered for the second straight game in an 11-0 win, and though his batting average is still below .200, he's been good in four May games, 4-for-13 with two homers, two doubles, six RBIs and four walks.
Class A Winston-Salem
Blake Rutherford had two hits, and Gavin Sheets had a bases-clearing, three-run double in a 10-6 loss. Micker Adolfo scored twice, and Luis Alexander Basabe doubled.