The San Francisco Giants affiliates had just three games on Wednesday, since AAA Sacramento had an off day, as did both Arizona Complex League teams. The three remaining affiliates went just 1-2, but there were plenty of highlights to be found, so lets dig in.Link to the 2021 McCovey Chronicles Community Prospect List AA Richmond Richmond Flying Squirrels lost to the Binghamton Rumble Ponies6-2Box scoreJust a sloppy day all around as Richmond rounded out the month. The Flying Squirrels hitters drew just 2 walks while striking out 14 times. In a funny twist, starting pitcher Trenton Toplikar hadplate appearance and drew a walk. His spot in the lineup was then replaced by three pinch-hitters, who all struck out. Insert your favorite anti-DH sentiment here.The Flying Squirrels also committed three errors on the day and https://www.sanfanstoreonline.com/Brandon_Crawford_Flag-262, in their best imitation of the MLB squad, hit 1-9 with runners in scoring position. Forgettable all around.Especially forgettable for center fielder Heliot Ramoswho finished his rough June by going 0-5 with a strikeout hat trick. Ramos who rocked a .892 OPS in May hit just in June, with 6 extra-base hits in 97 at-bats, 12 walks to 32 strikeouts, and no multi-hit games. Heres hoping July looks a bit better for him. High-A Eugene Eugene Emeralds beat the Hillsboro Hops6-3Box scoreSometimes its not about having a lot of hits, but having the right hits. Baseball is certainly trending in that direction. The Emeralds only had 6 hits on Wednesday, but half of them cleared the wall https://www.sanfanstoreonline.com/Evan_Longoria_Pet_Jersey-351. Two of those came off the bat of left fielder Armani Smith , who is now sporting a .988 OPS in 12 games since getting promoted from Low-A to High-A. That promotion is looking smart for the De La Salle alum.