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Rick Anton Ogden Rookie Dodgers

Pitched for the University Utah

Gave up his first HR, but Kd 4 in last start

Tyson Brummett Lehigh Valley AAA Phillies

Pitcher from Spanish Fork

Phillies trying to turn him into a starter

John Buck Florida MLB Marlins

Catcher played for Taylorsville High

Hit a 2-run HR off Cole Hamels on Tuesday

Brian Budrow Visalia A Diamondbacks

Pitched for the University of Utah

Had his first bad outing in more than a month

Matt Carson Sacramento AAA Athletics

Outfielder played for BYU

Hit home runs on Thursday and Friday

Tyler Chism Idaho Falls Rookie Royals

Outfielder played for Taylorsville

Hit his first pro home run in Orem on Friday

Derek Christensen Elizabethton Rookie Twins

Pitched for SLCC and West Jordan High

Excelling in long relief, Kd 5 in 3 2/3 innings

Taylor Cole Vancouver A Blue Jays

Pitched for BYU

On the season: 4 starts, 4.24 ERA, 15 Ks

C.J. Cron Orem Rookie Angels

Played C/1B for the University of Utah

On season: batting .353, slugging .588

Brandon Duckworth Pawtucket AAA Red Sox

Pitcher from Kearns

Last 10 games: 1-5, 5.18 ERA, 44 Ks, 23 BB

Stephen Fife Portland AA Red Sox

Pitched for University of Utah

Picked up two straight victories

Willie Eyre Sacramento AAA Athletics

Pitcher played for Cyprus High and CEU

On season: 3-4, 3.29 ERA, 42 Ks, 21 BBs

Jeremy Guthrie Baltimore MLB Orioles

Pitcher played for BYU

Baltimore Sun writer: His talents wasted with Os

Tyler Hanks GCL Nats Rookie Nationals

Pitcher from Spanish Fork High

Great start: 1.13 ERA, 10 Ks, just 2 walks

Steve Hirschfeld New Britain AA Twins

Pitcher from Moab

Allowed just 3 hits in last start on Thursday

Ryan Khoury Pawtucket AAA Red Sox

Second baseman played for Copper Hills & Utah

Hit a home run in first game after promotion

Zachary Jones Yakima A Diamondbacks

Catcher played for Jordan High

On season: .263, 1 HR, 3 SBs in 19 games

Marcus Littlewood Clinton A Mariners

Second baseman played for Pine View High

Hit safely in nine straight games

Brandon Lyon Houston MLB Astros

Pitcher played for Taylorsville High

On DL, will likely miss rest of season

Kam Mickolio Reno AAA Diamondbacks

Pitcher played for Utah Valley University

Pitched just 2/3 of an inning this week

Matthew Neil Jamestown A Marlins

Pitched for BYU

Gave up 2 ERs in longest outing (6 innings)

Stephen Parker Midland AA Athletics

Played third base for BYU and American Fork

8-game hitting streak ended on Friday

Tanner Robles AZL Reds Rookie Reds

Pitched for Cottonwood High

Got the win in first Arizona League game

Braeden Schlehuber Lynchburg A Braves

Catcher played for Viewmont High

Last 10 games: .258, 1 HR, 2 RBI

Egan Smith Lansing A Blue Jays

Pitched for Pleasant Grove High

Evened his record at 3-3 with win on Tuesday

Jordan Smith Louisville AAA Reds</p>

Pitcher from Pleasant Grove

ERA is 2.25 in 3 rehab starts in Arizona

Justin Smith Palm Beach A Cardinals

Pitched for Utah Valley University

Given up 5 runs in each of last 4 starts

Matt Spring Portland AA Red Sox

Catcher played for Dixie State

1-for-8 with a 2B this week

Mitch Talbot Cleveland MLB Indians

Pitcher from Cedar City

Tagged for 8 runs, might lose spot in rotation

Kent Walton Midland AA Athletics

Played outfield for BYU

Released on June 14

Jordan Whatcott Clearwater A Phillies

Pitched for the University of Utah

Last 10: 2.45 ERA, 21 Ks, just 6 walks

The farm

Salt Lake Bees

All-Star time: Monday, home run derby; Tuesday, autographs; Wednesday: Game on MLB Network

Ogden Raptors

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Best team in the Pioneer League: Ogden's won 4 straight and 8 of last 10.

Orem Owlz

Rough patch: Have suddenly lost 6 in a row to fall into a tie for second place in the South

Around the horn

Sellouts, in a good way

The Dayton Dragons have set the record for consecutive sellouts by a pro franchise in North America — and there is no end in sight. An overflow crowd of 8,688 witnessed the 815th straight sellout at Fifth Third Field on Saturday night, when the Dragons surpassed the mark set by the NBA's Portland Trail Blazers from 1977-95.