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Royals Minor League report: July 15

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Omaha Storm Chasers (51-45)

The Storm Chasers enjoyed Day 2 of the Pacific Coast League All-Star break. The Triple-A All-Star Game will take place on Wednesday night at Durham. The game will be broadcast on MLB Network at 6 p.m. CT.

NW Arkansas Naturals (12-13 second half, 37-58 overall)

Tulsa 8, NW Arkansas 4
LP: Andrew Triggs (4-2)
HR: None

Northwest Arkansas let a lead slip away as Tulsa plated six in the ninth on Tuesday. Starter J.C. Sulbaran held the Drillers to a run, three hits and three walks over six-plus innings, striking out five. He carried a shutout into the seventh, allowing a leadoff walk to Trevor Story, who scored after Sulbaran's exit. Every Northwest Arkansas batter had at least one hit. Parker Morin drove in two runs on two hits, giving him eight RBIs over his last nine games. Third-ranked Royals prospect Jorge Bonifacio recorded two hits and a run.

Wilmington Blue Rocks (10-12 second half, 43-47 overall)

The Blue Rocks had Tuesday off. They are scheduled to play two at Potomac (Nationals) on Wednesday.

Lexington Legends (10-15 second half, 39-56 overall)

Lexington at Charleston -- postponed due to rain

With Lexington's opener at Charleston postponed, a pair of seven-inning games are scheduled for Wednesday, beginning at 6:05 ET.

Idaho Falls Chukars (15-13)

The Chukars had Tuesday off after a 5-2 road trip to Billings and Great Falls. They'll host the same two teams at home, beginning with the first of three on Wednesday vs. Billings (Reds).

Burlington Royals (11-14)

The Royals had Tuesday off after winning two of three against Johnson City. They'll play their next eight on the road, beginning with three at Kingsport (Mets).

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