Farm Report: Isotopes' 1B Roberto Ramos Added to AAA All-Star Game, HR Derby

Sponsored by Cinch -- The Shirt that Won the West

Isotopes First Baseman Roberto Ramos has been added not only to the Pacific Coast League roster for this week's Triple-A All-Star Game, but also the Home Run Derby. An Accelerated A California League All-Star a year ago, Ramos won the Cal League Home Run Derby in 2018.

Ramos replaced Kevin Cron of Reno, who was recalled by the Arizona Diamondbacks.

A native of Hermosillo, Mexico, who was a 16th-round draft choice of the Rockies in 2014 out of College of the Canyons (Calif.), Ramos went into Sunday having hit .379 with 25 RBI and eight home runs since June 1, and hitting .308 with 18 home runs for the season.

In Saturday's Games

AAA Albuquerque (36-52) was leading 3-0 after two innings when the game with Las Vegas (A's) was suspended. It will be resumed on Sunday, and played in addition to the scheduled game.

AA Hartford (9-9, 46-39) won 7-6 at Trenton (Yankees), extending its winning streak to four games. Chris Rabago (.202) had a two-run double in the sixth to give the Yard Goats the lead. Manuel Melenedez (.254) was 2-for-5 with a run scored and two RBI. Ben Meyer (1-1, 15.75) was credited with the win after allowing two runs on two hits and two walks, striking out two in two innings. Rayan Gonzalez (2.19) earned his third save. Heath Holder (2.08) started and allowed four runs on five hits and two walks, striking out six.

Advanced A Lancaster (10-7, 44-41) won 3-0 at Lake Elsinore (Padres). Will Gaddis (5-5, 5.89) earned the win, allowing four hits without a walk, and striking out four in eight shutout innings. Austin Moore (4.43) worked the ninth for the save. Matt McLauglin (.263) singled home one run, and Sean Bouchard (.289) doubled home two more in the JetHawks three-run eighth-inning rally.

A Asheville (8-9, 37-50) won 4-0 at Rome (Braves). Colten Schmidt (3-4, 2.21) allowed four hits and struck out six in seven innings. Coco Montes (.236) hit his ninthy home run, a two-run shot, and Terrin Vavra (.322) was 2-for-4 with an RBI.

Short-Season A Boise (12-11) lost 2-1 to Tri City (Padres) Nic Motley (.214) was 3-for-3 with his first home run. Jeffri Ocando (0-3, 6.75) gave up two runs on six hits and a walk, striking out six in seven innings.

Rookie Grand Junction (11-10) won 1-0 at Orem (Angels). Cristopher Navarro (.305) and Julio Carreras (.266) had back-to-back doubles in the first inning for the game's only run. Mitchell Kilkenny (1-0, 0.60) allowed three hits and a walk, striking out three in five scoreless innings. Eric Hepple (2.45) struck out all three batters in the ninth for his second save.