That puts their record for the season at 23-32, as they currently sit two games ahead of the Milwaukee Brewers in fourth place in the NL Central.
Despite their improved play of late, they remain a rebuilding team, and they'll be looking to bolster their prospect pool with some aggressive selling at the trade deadline.
As it stands, their farm system is vastly improved over the previous season, and here's a look at how the team's top prospects performed over the past week of play.
Note: Top Prospects according to Baseball America Prospect Handbook
*No. 4 prospect SP Arodys Vizcaino (Tommy John surgery recovery) is currently sidelined and will not be included until he's active.
*No. 9 prospect RP Kyuji Fujikawa is not included since he is currently playing at the major league level.
*No. 11 prospect SP Juan Carlos Paniagua is currently dealing with visa issues, according to Baseball America, and will not be included until he is stateside and playing.