THE LINEUP
Newsmakers from Sunday's action:

Jose Siri, cf, Reds. Cincinnatiís No. 10 prospect tied the all-time Midwest League record by hitting in his 35th game in a row Sunday. Siri was 1-for-5 as low Class A Dayton lost to Fort Wayne (Padres) 3-2. Siri tied Tony Toups of Waterloo, who hit in 35 in a row in 1977. Siri is hitting .350 with 13 homers and 29 RBIs during the streak and the 22-year-old leads the MWL with 29 steals and is second in homers with 19.

Brendan McKay, lhp, Rays. The Rays said they would allow the fourth overall pick in this draft to play first and pitch, and he made his first appearance on the mound Sunday. McKay struck out four in two hitless innings for short-season Hudson Valley against Staten Island (Yankees). He threw 31 pitches, 21 for strikes. As a position player, McKay is hitting .222/.333/.333 in 36 at-bats.

Zack Littell, rhp, Twins. Littell, who was 14-1, 1.87 at two levels in the Yankees system, was traded Sunday, along with lefthander Dietrich Enns, to the Twins for lefthander Jaime Garcia. Littell is not overpowering but commands his fastball well, pitching to both sides. The Twins plan to move him to Triple-A.

Sheldon Neuse, ss, Athletics. Neuse, part of the return from the Nationals for relievers Ryan Madson and Sean Doolittle, homered for the third time in three games in high Class A Stocktonís 10-0 win over Modesto (Mariners). Neuse has power and hittability and is versatile enough to play third, short and catch.

Jeren Kendall, cf, Dodgers. The former Vanderbilt star, who was 10-for-22 in a short stay in Rookie ball, blasted his first homer in full-season ball Sunday in Great Lakesí 7-5 loss to Lansing (Dodgers). Kendall was one of the toolsiest players in the 2017 draft but fell to pick No. 23 on concerns about his ability to make consistent contact.

Harold Arauz, rhp, Phillies. Arauz, part of the deal that sent Ken Giles to the Astros in 2015, bounced back from a bad start Sunday with a seven-inning no-hitter for high Class A Clearwater in a 2-0 win over Fort Myers (Twins). Arauz fanned a career-high 10 and walked just one to improve to 4-2, 2.03. Arauz has made just three starts, all of them coming in July.