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No. 2 Boston prospect Jackie Bradley Jr. snapped an 0-for-15 streak Tuesday with a homer and then went 3-for-5 on Wednesday as Pawtucket beat Columbus in 10 innings, 6-5.
A rehabbing Jeanmar Gomez tossed five hitless innings, striking out four, as Indianapolis defeated Norfolk, 8-1, in the first game of a doubleheader on Wednesday.
Jake Marisnick was 2-for-3 with a double on Wednesday before he was struck on the same hand he broke in Spring Training. He left Jacksonville's 9-4 win to get X-rays.
Top Cardinals prospect Oscar Taveras celebrated in style with a three-run homer and four RBIs in his best game since coming off the disabled list in Memphis' 9-4 win.
Cody Grice homered twice for the first time in his career and had a career-high six RBIs as Scranton/Wilkes-Barre held on to beat Rochester, 10-7, on Wednesday.
St. Louis Cardinals prospect Mitch Harris retired all five batters he faced in his professional debut, delayed by almost five years because of a commitment to the Naval Academy.
Disappointed in his performance post-injury, Jupiter's Andrew Heaney turned mechanical fixes into results Wednesday, getting his first Florida State League win.
Seattle's Dustin Ackley went 3-for-4 and scored four runs to help Triple-A Tacoma crush Colorado Springs, 16-4, on Wednesday afternoon. He's transitioning to the outfield.
The Dunedin Blue Jays topped visiting Tampa on Wednesday, 8-4, to seal the Florida State League's first-half North Division title.
This week's Fantasy Focus looks at why Indians hurler Danny Salazaar is flying under the radar, what the Rays can expect from Wil Myers and how soon Jonathan Singleton may be in Houston.
Major League veteran Mike Jacobs hit his fifth and sixth homers in six games during Triple-A Reno's 14-10 win against Fresno on Tuesday night.
The MVP of the Carolina-California League midsummer classic and the Home Run Derby champion Robby Hefflinger took a cold shower after his impressive victories Tuesday.
Braves prospect Robby Hefflinger went 3-for-5 with a pair of doubles and a run scored to lead a 14-hit attack Tuesday as the Carolina League All-Stars pounded the Cal League, 12-2.
Minor League steals leader Micah Johnson swiped two bases and scored a run Tuesday as the North Division posted a 2-1 win at the rain-delayed South Atlantic League All-Star Game.
Minnesota's No. 7 prospect Trevor May lowered his June ERA to 1.80 on Tuesday after delivering 7 2/3 innings of four-hit ball to lead New Britain in an 8-0 shutout of Erie.
Lansing's Dalton Pompey came through in the clutch and MVP Devon Travis had a bases-clearing triple as the East won the Midwest League midsummer classic.
Cody Martin shined in his Triple-A debut on Tuesday night, allowing two hits and striking out seven over seven innings to to the win as Gwinnett blanked Buffalo, 2-0.
Reds prospect Jesse Winker delivered 10 dingers to the Eastern squad in the Home Run Derby and got advice from George Foster at the Midwest League All-Star Game.
For Pirates prospects Stetson Allie, Josh Bell and Walker Gourley, being named to the South Atlantic League's All-Star squad is something special -- but for different reasons.
Elizabethton looks to defend its championship, while Bristol touts top Draft picks such as shortstop Tim Anderson, right-hander Tyler Danish and outfielder Jacob May as the Appy League opens action.
A team bus carrying the Elizabethton Twins north from extended spring training was involved in a fatal crash Tuesday morning. No one on the bus was injured.
The Binghamton Mets will salute a collection of popular holidays typically celebrated during baseball's offseason while fans get Oscar Taveras bobbleheads in Springfield and Kobayashi dines in Salt Lake.
Considered the lesser of the two prospects received by the Cubs in their trade of veteran starter Ryan Dempster, righty Kyle Hendricks has had no problem adjusting to a new level and organization.
Billings, which enters its 40th season as a Reds affiliate in 2013 when the Pioneer League kicks off this week, has its sights set on defending champs Missoula and annual powers Orem and Ogden.
Working hard to return from the disabled list, Tulsa right-hander Chad Bettis has helped keep his teammates loose from the sidelines while they make their run for a first-half North Division title.
Though his April promotion to Double-A came as little surprise, former Stetson standout Jacob deGrom has has an up-and-down debut with Binghamton after a breakout 2012 campaign.
With a sellout crowd and a three-hit shutout, the short-season Hillsboro Hops opened their new stadium Monday in style -- with a 12-0 victory and an accompanying rainbow.
In his first game back since the death of his mother, big league veteran Shelley Duncan hit two home runs and drove in six runs for Triple-A Durham in a 16-3 victory.
On the New York-Penn League's Opening Day, the Staten Island Yankees beat the Brooklyn Cyclones, 2-1, starting a new chapter in the Minors' only intra-city rivalry.
No. 7 D-backs prospect David Holmberg allowed just one run in a one-hit complete game effort as Mobile clinched the Southern League South Division first-half crown.
Third baseman Andy Burns had a triple, two singles, a stolen base and four RBIs in Class A Advanced Dunedin's 6-4 win over Tampa at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium on Monday night.
No. 9 Marlins pitching prospect Jose Urena scattered four hits over seven innings in Class A Advanced Jupiter's 2-0 shutout of visiting Bradenton on Monday evening.
Hickory's Joey Gallo slugged seven home runs in eight games to take over the Minor League lead with 22 on the season.
Taylor Jordan is 5-0 with a 0.66 ERA in seven outings with Harrisburg, including a nine-inning shutout of Richmond last Thursday.
At 22, Danny Salazar is one of the International League's youngest players. But the Indians prospect has come a long way with his composure, Columbus manager Chris Tremie said.
Second baseman Kolten Wong is just one piece of a stacked lineup that has translated into success for the Memphis Redbirds this season in the Pacific Coast League.
No. 2 White Sox prospect Trayce Thompson hit two home runs and collected five RBIs as Double-A Birmingham beat Jackson, 9-8, on Sunday night.
Mike Olt homered twice as Triple-A Round Rock erupted for eight runs in the top of the ninth inning Sunday and defeated Oklahoma City, 9-4.
Chris Bostick hit a walk-off RBI single with two outs in the ninth for Beloit, which clinched the Midwest League's first-half Western Division crown with an 8-7 win over Clinton.
His recent hot streak was enough to convince the Rays, who promoted top prospect Wil Myers from Triple-A Durham on Sunday afternoon.
Parker Bridwell stuck out a career-high 10 batters over a career-long eight innings in Delmarva's 4-2 win over Hickory on Sunday afternoon.
Dalton Hicks had a career afternoon for Class A Cedar Rapids on Sunday, driving in a career-high six runs and finishing a triple shy of a cycle in a 10-9 loss to Peoria.
Blue Jays' No. 11 prospect A.J. Jimenez went 5-for-6 with two doubles, five runs scored and three RBIs in Double-A New Hampshire's 22-1 win over Erie.
Kansas City's top prospect Bubba Starling went a career-best 5-for-5 with a double and an RBI in Class A Lexington's 8-7 loss to Asheville on Sunday afternoon.
After a disappointing start to the season, Ismael Guillon gave up three hits over six innings Sunday as Dayton blanked South Bend, 2-0. The Reds prospect has a 1.94 ERA in his last five starts.
Eight players and both managers were ejected Saturday night following a bench-clearing brawl in Triple-A Albuquerque's 13-10 victory over visiting Memphis.
Paul Blackburn allowed one hit and struck out eight over five shutout innings Saturday night before short-season Boise dropped a 1-0 decision at Eugene.
Dan Winkler took a no-hitter into the seventh inning and finished with eight strikeouts Saturday night as Class A Advanced Modesto defeated Bakersfield, 6-4.
Lancaster secured a spot in the playoffs to defend their California League championship on Saturday, beating Lake Elsinore 5-1 to win the South Division first-half title.
Allan Dykstra homered and reached base five times Saturday night, continuing a torrid month and leading Double-A Binghamton to a 7-3 triumph over Bowie.
Midwest League All-Star Jeff Ames tossed five hitless innings before reaching his pitch limit Saturday night as Class A Bowling Green shut down Lansing, 5-1.
After corraling his own nerves, Neil Ramirez pieced together one of his best starts of the season Saturday, striking out 10 over six two-hit innings as Frisco blanked Corpus Christi, 3-0.
Ryan Rua hit his 21st and 22nd homers to tie teammate Joey Gallo for the Minor League lead Saturday night as Hickory rolled to a 12-0 blanking of Delmarva.
Alen Hanson capped a five-run fifth inning with a three-run homer and was named MVP on Saturday night as the South Division won the Florida State League All-Star Game, 8-1.
Thad Weber has had to pitch well at Triple-A to get a couple shots at the big leagues. He continued to do so on Saturday, tossing seven hitless innings in Buffalo's 2-1 win at Pawtucket.
Shawon Dunston went 4-for-6 with a double, a stolen base and a run scored Friday night as Boise rolled to a season-opening 7-0 victory over Eugene.
Jon Garcia went 4-for-5 with a pair of homers and tied a career high with five RBIs on Friday night, powering Rancho Cucamonga to a 13-2 thumping of Stockton.
Chris Johnson spoiled Hillsboro's franchise debut by limiting the Hops to two hits over six scoreless innings Friday as Salem-Keizer held on for a 3-2 Opening Day victory.
Steven Matz recorded a career-high 10 strikeouts over 5 1/3 innings and Brandon Nimmo hit a sacrifice fly in the 12th as Savannah beat Greenville, 2-1, to clinch a SAL first-half division title.
Xander Bogaerts collected three hits, including his first Triple-A home run, on Friday night to help Pawtucket sweep an International League doubleheader from Buffalo.
Pirates prospect Gregory Polanco collected three hits, a stolen base and two RBIs in his Double-A debut on Friday night as Altoona topped Trenton, 8-4.
Nick McCully continued the best stretch of his professional career by tossing six hitless innings Friday night, outdueling Taijuan Walker in Birmingham's 4-1 victory over Jackson.
Taylor Hill turned in his third dominant effort against Frederick this season, pitching a complete-game two-hitter on Friday as Potomac blanked the Keys, 4-0, in the first game of a doubleheader.
Several big names from the 2013 Draft are expected to debut during the New York-Penn League's 74th season, and the Tigers will show off some stadium upgrades as All-Star Game host on Aug. 13.
The Brooklyn Cyclones will open up for their 13th season next week, but Opening Day is just the finish line for a long, messy offseason that saw the club renovate MCU Park following Superstorm Sandy.
Realignment, the return of the midseason classic, Hillsboro's debut and a possible Canadians three-peat are among the story lines as the 59th Northwest League season kicks off Friday.
No. 8 Giants prospect Chris Heston scattered five hits and struck out in his first nine-inning complete game -- a 2-0 win for Triple-A Fresno over Tucson on Thursday night.
Zack Wheeler gave up just a solo homer and fanned seven over 5 2/3 innings in his expected final start before heading to the big leagues as Las Vegas fell to Tacoma, 11-0.
Jonathan Singleton continued to tear the cover off the ball in his return from a 50-game suspension Thursday, going yard twice in Corpus Christi's 7-1 victory over Frisco.
Taylor Jordan threw five hitless frames and finished with a career-high 11 strikeouts in his first nine-inning complete-game shutout in Harrisburg's 9-0 win over Richmond.
Jason Martinson slugged three homers and drove in four and A.J. Cole fanned 10 over seven shutout innings as Class A Advanced Potomac blanked Frederick, 8-0, on Thursday.
No. 16 Red Sox prospect Anthony Ranaudo established career highs by striking out 13 over 7 2/3 innings in the Double-A Sea Dogs' 2-0 win over the SeaWolves on Thursday.
Jayce Boyd went 4-for-4 on Thursday, falling a double short of the cycle while bringing his average to a South Atlantic League-leading .346 in Savannah's 9-4 victory.
Rochester first baseman Chris Colabello and Salt Lake veteran Brad Hawpe emerged as the top vote-getters in Triple-A All-Star Game voting through two weeks as fans continue to make their voices heard.
Cubs prospect Albert Almora is making up for lost time after wrist surgery, batting .413 over 18 games since joining Kane County on May 21.
A 19th-round pick out of Georgia in 2012, second baseman Levi Hyams has been collecting hits in bunches for the Rome Braves since his selection to the SAL All-Star squad.
Stefen Romero recorded his first career two-homer game on a four-hit, four-RBI night Wednesday, helping Triple-A Tacoma roll past Las Vegas, 12-5.
David Bromberg tied a career high with 12 batters over six one-run innings as Altoona edged New Britain, 3-1, to sweep a doubleheader on Wednesday.
Orioles right-hander Eddie Gamboa scattered three hits and three walks while striking out six batters over seven innings in Bowie's 6-0 shutout of Reading on Wednesday.
Mets' Minor Leaguer Josh Rodriguez singled in his final at-bat to extend his hitting streak to 23 games on Wednesday in Double-A Binghamton's 6-1 win at Trenton.
Potomac outfielder Caleb Ramsey collected five hits and drove in four runs on Wednesday to lead the Nationals in a 13-11, slugfest win over the Carolina Mudcats.
Hoby Milner allowed one hit over 7 2/3 innings to win his sixth straight decision Wednesday as Class A Advanced Clearwater blanked St. Lucie, 6-0.
Kyle Zimmer broke a tough slump Wednesday by holding Salem to two runs over six innings to secure his first win of the season in Class A Advanced Wilmington's 9-5 victory.
Cito Culver recorded his second two-homer game of the season and drove in four runs Wednesday night, powering Class A Charleston to a 10-5 triumph at Greenville.
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Fantasy Focus looks at why Taijuan Walker has settled down in Jackson and how Milwaukee's situation at first base could help Hunter Morris' fantasy stock.
Brent Keys doesn't have a problem getting on base. Getting on the field, though, has proven more difficult. The Jupiter outfielder is batting .340 in 35 games and looking to stay healthy this summer.
Carolina League All-Star Robby Hefflinger is taking his time to learn the ropes of professional ball with Class A Advanced Lynchburg. "I think it's learning yourself as a hitter," he said.
Addison Russell struggled over the first two months from Stockton's leadoff spot, but the 19-year-old shortstop appears to have regained some of his aggressiveness with a move down the order.
Rays prospect Tyler Goeddel went 4-for-5 with a walk and drove in three runs Tuesday night, leading Class A Bowling Green to a 14-5 romp over Dayton.
Top White Sox pitching prospect Erik Johnson threw five no-hit innings in Double-A Birmingham's 10-0 rout of Jacksonville on Tuesday.
After slumping to a .199 average through 59 games, Gary Brown finally accepted advice from his coaches. The Giants' prospect had three hits Tuesday and is 9-for-13 in his last three contests.
Stetson Allie homered and plated six runs in West Virginia's twinbill with Delmarva on Tuesday to extend his South Atlantic League-leading RBI total to 61.
Joey Gallo recorded Hickory's first three-homer game in nearly five years on Tuesday, powering the Crawdads to a 6-2 victory at Hagerstown in the first game of a doubleheader.
Rangers prospect Luis Sardinas snapped out of an extended slump with his third four-hit game of the season Tuesday night, helping Myrtle Beach edge Frederick, 5-4.
Brandon Hynick was in top form for Arkansas on Tuesday, yielding one run on two hits without any walks and two Ks in seven innings of a 3-2 win over Northwest Arkansas.
D-backs prospect Archie Bradley and Rockies shortstop Rosell Herrera were among those honored by TOPPS and Minor League Baseball on Tuesday for their efforts last month in the Minors.
The rosters were announced Tuesday for the 77th Annual Texas League All-Star Game to be held at Arvest Ballpark in Springdale, Ark. on June 25th.
The TinCaps will honor their Twitter following with unique uniforms on Social Media Night while the Durham Bulls look back 25 years to the film that changed the iconic organization.
As a closer in college, Adam Conley was able to get by on the strength of his fastball. Now a starter with Double-A Jacksonville, the left-hander has been honing his slider with success.
Astros outfield prospect George Springer busted out of the gate with Corpus Christi this season and has had no trouble maintaining that momentum as the calendar turned to June.
A slow starter last year and again this season, Altoona's Alex Dickerson has begun to pick up his pace as he adjusts to a new position as well as the challenges of Double-A pitching.
Cubs' top prospect Javier Baez went a perfect 4-for-4 with four homers and a career-high seven RBIs in Daytona's 9-6 win over visiting Fort Myers on Monday evening.
After struggling against right-handers this season, No. 2 Giants prospect Gary Brown broke out with four hits and a homer off righties in Fresno's 10-1 win over Tucson.
No. 4 Padres prospect Austin Hedges doubled twice, drove in four runs and stole a base in Lake Elsinore's 9-5 win over Rancho Cucamonga on Monday.
Dan Reynolds allowed two hits and a pair of walks while tying a career high with seven strikeouts over eight innings in Inland Empire's 3-0 win over Stockton on Monday.
Duke von Schamann responded to his Double-A promotion Sunday by striking out a career-high 10 hitters in Chattanooga's 2-1 loss to Jackson on Monday.
Tigers prospect Jordan John, last week's Midwest League Pitcher of the Week, gave up two hits over eight innings Monday as West Michigan blanked Lansing, 1-0.
Mike Blanke and Cody Puckett homered to help Double-A Birmingham beat Jacksonville, 7-3, to clinch the Southern League North Division's first half Monday afternoon.
Byron Buxton went 3-for-4 with three RBIs and Mason Melotakis scattered four hits and three walks in seven shutout innings Monday in Class A Cedar Rapids' 6-2 win over Kane County.
Veteran Sacramento backstop Luke Montz homered three times and drove in 13 runs in five games last week.
Lansing's Kramer Champlin tossed a one-hit shutout -- coming one out shy of perfection -- in his first start of the season.
With injuries decimating the San Diego system, No. 8 prospect Robbie Erlin is putting together a strong season, going 4-1 with a 3.97 ERA in nine Triple-A starts.
Toledo first baseman Jordan Lennerton has put together some eye-popping numbers this season that have improved his stock, both inside and outside the Tigers' system.
Bryce Brentz missed the cycle by a triple in support of fellow Red Sox prospect Brandon Workman, who won his Triple-A debut Sunday as Pawtucket defeated Syracuse, 5-3.
The Cardinals' Jake Westbrook, making his second Minor League rehab start Sunday night, held Quad Cities to one run over seven frames in Peoria's 9-1 win.
After struggling against Triple-A competition, Zeke Spruill adopted a curveball and used it to toss a seven-hit shutout for Reno on Sunday.
No. 10 Cardinals prospect Seth Blair started the season at Double-A, higher than many expected. His latest scoreless outing for Springfield finds him settling in nicely.
Top Twins prospect Miguel Sano homered twice Sunday in an 8-6 loss by Fort Myers to Bradenton, then received a promotion to Double-A New Britain.
Red Patterson allowed one hit while striking out nine batters over six scoreless innings in the Triple-A Albuquerque Isotopes' 7-4 win over the host New Orleans Zephyrs on Sunday.
Jeremy Rathjen broke out of a slump by going 4-for-5 with a career-high six RBIs on Sunday, leading Class A Great Lakes to an 11-0 rout of visiting South Bend.
Rays No. 2 prospect Taylor Guerrier allowed just three hits and two walks in six shutout innings Sunday afternoon in Class A Bowling Green's 9-1 win over Lake County.
Jerad Head went 4-for-5 with two homers, a double and four RBIs and Senators starter Robert Gilliam tossed five perfect frames as Harrisburg rolled to an 8-2 win over Reading Sunday.
Third-ranked A's prospect Grant Green continued his hot streak Saturday, going 4-for-5, making him 11-for-his-last-21, in a 10-5 win for Sacramento.
Battling boyhood teammate Robert Stephenson, Joe Ross pitched seven scoreless innings Saturday night before Fort Wayne walked off with a 1-0, 12-inning win over Dayton.
Albert Almora had four hits and slugged his first Midwest League home run to raise his average to .435 Saturday in a 15-1 Kane County victory.
A.J. Cole recorded a career-high 11 strikeouts over six strong innings Saturday night as Class A Advanced Potomac rallied past Frederick, 4-3, to complete a doubleheader sweep.
Mariners prospect Taijuan Walker recorded a season-high nine strikeouts over seven overpowering innings Saturday in Double-A Jackson's 3-1 loss to Chattanooga .
Kramer Champlin came within one out -- and one short-hop single -- of a perfect game in his first start of the year Saturday as Lansing beat West Michigan, 1-0, to complete a doubleheader sweep.
Bolstered by top prospects Miguel Sano and Eddie Rosario and led by first-year manager Doug Mientkiewicz, Fort Myers clinched a first-half Florida State League division title.
Taylor Jordan pitched a four-hitter for his second career complete-game shutout Saturday as Double-A Harrisburg beat Reading, 1-0, in the first game of a doubleheader.
Ian Stewart set career highs with three home runs and eight RBIs on Saturday, powering Triple-A Iowa to an 8-5 win over Round Rock in the opener of a day-night doubleheader.
Ty Blach allowed two hits over seven innings Saturday night as Class A Advanced San Jose handed Lancaster its first shutout loss of the season, 7-0.
David Martinez combined with Mike Foltynewicz on a two-hitter and registered his Minor League-leading ninth win Friday night as Double-A Corpus Christi blanked Midland, 5-0.
Mets prospect Wilmer Flores continued his recent hot streak Friday, going 3-for-5 with a homer, double and four RBIs to lead Triple-A Las Vegas past Tacoma, 12-5.
Luke Montz homered and drove in five runs, while A's No. 3 prospect Grant Green hit a grand slam Friday night as Sacramento rolled to a 14-5 victory over Tucson.
Giants prospect Martin Agosta struck out 10 and allowed two hits over seven innings Friday night as Class A Augusta blanked Lexington, 4-0.
Rays prospect Mike Montgomery was at his best Friday night, taking a no-hitter into the eighth inning before Durham unraveled in a 6-5 loss at Indianapolis.
Chris Beck tossed a five-hitter for his first career shutout Friday, hours after being a Carolina League All-Star, as Class A Advanced Winston-Salem beat Wilmington, 5-0.
Needing only 71 pitches, Felipe Rivero tossed a six-hitter for his first career complete game Friday as Class A Advanced Charlotte beat Palm Beach, 4-0, in the second game of a doubleheader.
Mariners prospect Jabari Blash and D-backs prospect Jake Lamb are just two of the recently named All-Stars that the California League will send to San Jose on June 18.
The Carolina League will send some of its brightest talent to San Jose on June 18 when the circuit battles its west coast counterpart in the 2013 Carolina-California League All-Star Game.
Jacksonville Suns president Peter "Pedro" Bragan Jr. dons a team uniform and does staged readings of "Casey at the Bat" at approximately 20 schools each year, continuing what he believes is an important tradition.
Oakland's No. 16 prospect Beau Taylor smacked a seventh-inning grand slam and added an RBI single as Midland routed Corpus Christi, 14-4, on Thursday.
In his Triple-A debut, No. 3 Royals prospect Yordano Ventura allowed one run on one hit and four walks while fanning six over five frames in a 2-1 win for Omaha.
Julio Urias allowed one hit and a pair of walks while striking out five batters over five innings for his first professional win as Class A Great Lakes bested West Michigan, 4-1.
Rangers prospect Ryan Rua smacked two homers and plated six runs in the Class A Hickory Crawdads' 15-4 win over the visiting Lakewood BlueClaws on Thursday evening.
Mark Appel is headed home. The Astros, owning the No. 1 overall pick for the second straight year, selected the Houston native with the top selection of the 2013 Draft on Thursday night.
No. 17 Royals prospect Brian Fletcher homered twice and drove in four runs in his first game in two months as Northwest Arkansas routed Tulsa, 10-4, on Thursday night.
Last year's No. 1 overall pick, Carlos Correa, finished a triple short of the cycle with five RBIs and two runs scored in Quad Cities' 9-5 victory over Cedar Rapids on Thursday.
Mets prospect Cesar Puello, one of 20 players believed to be named in the Biogenesis steroid scandal, homered for the fourth straight game on Thursday, hitting a pair of solo shots to help lift Double-A Binghamton past Trenton, 5-4.
After three weeks of voting and fierce competition, the Toledo Mud Hens' Fantastic Freeze Sundae emerged from a field of 64 to be named the Minor Leagues' best concession item.
Wil Myers, Billy Hamilton, Bryce Brentz, Tony Cingrani and Tim Beckham are among the top-ranked prospects leading at their positions in the International League, while hard-throwing starters Zack Wheeler and Michael Wacha garnered support on the Pacific Coast League's ballot.
At the age of 9, Fort Wayne's Max Fried had his heart set on pitching. When his father spoke about a lefty named Sandy Koufax, the California native knew he would be someone to study.
Drafted as a hard-throwing hurler in 2010, Stetson Allie struggled with his command in his pro debut but has reinvented himself this year as a Triple Crown threat with West Virginia.
Max Muncy had his first three-homer game as Stockton and Lancaster combined to tie a Cal League record with 11 homers in a 13-7 Ports' win Wednesday night.
In his first start in Class A ball, right-hander Braulio Ortiz threw four hitless innings and Adam Lopez and Joe Dvorsky wrapped up the seven-frame no-no for the Intimidators.
Hours after being named a Midwest League All-Star, Byron Buxton recorded his first career five-hit game and scored three times Wednesday to lead Cedar Rapids past Quad Cities, 14-5.
Red Sox third baseman Will Middlebrooks homered and drove in five runs in his second Triple-A rehab game Wednesday, helping Pawtucket rally past visiting Charlotte, 7-4.
Drake Britton took a no-hitter into the seventh inning and finished with a season-high eight strikeouts over eight innings in Portland's 6-0 win over Erie on Wednesday.
Giovanny Urshela went 4-for-5 with a two-run homer, two doubles and four runs scored Wednesday night, leading Double-A Akron to an 11-2 victory over New Hampshire.
Robbie Ray continued his 2013 resurgence by dominating another Carolina League foe, this time holding Class A Advanced Myrtle Beach scoreless in Potomac's 5-0 win.
Laura "Emo" Murphy, wife of Florida State League President Chuck Murphy, passed away on Sunday at the age of 84. She had suffered a massive stroke early that morning.
Marlins top prospect Christian Yelich is expected to miss about two weeks with a small abdominal wall strain. Yelich, who also missed the first few weeks of the season, suffered the injury while diving for a ball in the outfield on June 2.
Pirates top prospect Gerrit Cole turned in his second straight dominant start, holding the Durham Bulls to three hits and a walk over seven innings for his fifth win in Indianapolis' 1-0 victory on Wednesday afternoon.
George H. Spelius, President of the Midwest League, announced the league's 2013 All-Star Game rosters Wednesday. The All-Stars were nominated and selected by the circuit's field managers.
Top Tigers prospect Nick Castellanos went 3-for-5 with a two-run homer -- his third long ball in four games -- Wednesday afternoon as Toledo cruised past host Columbus, 9-4.
When Minor League games head deep into extra innings, anything can happen. In Stockton's 17-inning win on May 21, a fan was ejected and a shortstop hit a walk-off blast to earn a victory.
Fantasy Focus looks at why Wil Myers should be owned in every league and why pitching prospect Yordano Ventura could be very valuable to owners in dynasty formats.
Keys catcher Michael Ohlman is trying to move past nagging injuries and a suspension to continue the momentum he built playing over the winter in Australia.
The son of a former NFL kicker, right-hander Duke von Schamann has been racking up wins for Rancho Cucamonga with an aggressive approach in his first full season as a pro.
Described as "an offensive force" whose "ability is off the charts," switch-hitting Bradenton shortstop Alen Hanson has continued to impress at the plate while showing improved defensive skills.
After missing time with his latest injury, No. 5 Orioles prospect Nicky Delmonico broke out with a career-high four hits and a homer in Frederick's 7-6 win over Lynchburg.
Reds prospect James Allen allowed two hits over eight innings on Tuesday night, pitching Class A Advanced Bakersfield to a 1-0 blanking of High Desert.
No. 2 Brewers prospect Taylor Jungmann held Birmingham to an unearned run over seven innings in Double-A Hunstville's 5-1 win on Tuesday night.
In his fourth game back after missing a month, Courtney Hawkins belted a pair of homers and plated five runs on Tuesday to power Winston-Salem past Salem, 12-5.
Brewers prospect Jed Bradley allowed one run on three hits and two walks while striking out three batters over six innings in Brevard County's 3-2 win over Fort Myers on Tuesday.
Twins righty prospect D.J. Baxendale struggled in his Double-A debut last week, but rebounded with seven one-run innings Tuesday to lift New Britain to a 4-1 win.
Erik Goeddel gave up two hits and struck out four over a season-high seven innings Tuesday night, earning his fourth straight victory as Binghamton blanked Trenton, 8-0.
The Florida State League 2013 North and South All-Star Teams were announced Tuesday by league president Chuck Murphy.
The South Atlantic League announced the rosters for its 2013 All-Star Game, pitting a powerful North squad against a South squad full of quality contact hitters.
On Sunday, the Memphis Redbirds will out-do what has come before, simply by doing nothing at all. Prior to that afternoon's matinee contest against the Nashville Sounds, the team is staging a deeply paradoxical and quintessentially American "0.0K Race."
Richmond outfielder Jarrett Parker has benefited from the promotion closer to his hometown as well as his recent relocation to the top of the Flying Squirrels' batting order.
Drafted in the seventh round out of high school in 2011, Missions right-hander Matt Wisler made his Double-A debut last month at the age of 21 but knows he still has a lot to learn.
From a family of basketball stars, Birmingham's Trayce Thompson decided long ago that he wanted to focus on baseball. Based on gains he's made of late, he appears to be on the right path.
Right-handed Mets prospect Carlos Torres piled up 11 strikeouts without issuing any walks over nine frames in Triple-A Las Vegas' 8-0 shutout of Fresno on Monday.
Giants prospect Jason Forjet struck out eight and gave up two hits and two walks over six innings in Class A Advanced San Jose's 5-0 win over Modesto on Monday night.
Shortstop Chris Owings slugged a solo homer and extended the longest hitting streak in the Minor Leagues this year to 22 games in Reno's 4-2 loss to Tucson.
Battling a recent slump, No. 15 Red Sox prospect Keury De La Cruz broke out with five RBIs and four hits for Salem in a doubleheader sweep of Winston-Salem Monday.
Potomac starter Taylor Hill and Myrtle Beach's Jerad Eickhoff put on a show in Myrtle Beach as each allowed just one run in eight or more innings in P-Nats' 2-1 victory.
Billy Hamilton legged out a go-ahead inside-the-park homer -- the fourth of his career -- in the Triple-A Louisville Bats' 3-2 win over the host Toledo Mud Hens on Monday.
Toledo's Fantastic Freeze Sundae, a full-sized batting helmet filled with ice cream and toppings, has taken a commanding lead in voting, leaving the early support for Lehigh Valley's roasted corn a distant memory.
Dodgers' No. 2 prospect Zach Lee tossed six innings of shutout ball Tuesday and followed it up with a scoreless inning in relief Sunday for Double-A Chattanooga.
Rays top prospect Wil Myers broke out with four homers and 15 RBIs in six games last week to highlight the latest round of award winners.
Breaking the single-season stolen base record took a lot of pressure off Billy Hamilton, enabling the Reds' top prospect to work on other aspects of his game.
One of the Giants' top prospects, Gary Brown has struggled at the plate in his first stint with Fresno. He's starting to gain confidence and his average is on the rise as a result.
Top Tigers prospect Nick Castellanos homered, then capped another three-hit game with a walk-off single in the 10th inning on Sunday afternoon as Toledo defeated Louisville, 4-3.
George Springer continued to solidify his position as one of the game's best prospects Sunday, driving in five runs in the first inning of Corpus Christi's 13-9 win over Arkansas.
Carlos Zambrano allowed four hits over six innings to extend his scoreless streak for Class A Advanced Clearwater on Sunday as he attempts a comeback in the Phillies Minor League system.
Twins No. 17 prospect Niko Goodrum was hospitalized briefly Sunday after suffering a concussion in a collision at home plate in Cedar Rapids' 3-2, 10-inning loss at Kane County.
Grant Buckner put together a career day with his first multi-home run performance as a pro and seven RBIs in Class A Advanced Winston-Salem's 15-6 rout of Carolina.
Rehabbing Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth homered twice and plated six runs in Class A Advanced Potomac's 10-6 win over Lynchburg on Sunday afternoon.
Alex Dickerson homered twice and drove in a career-high seven runs on Sunday afternoon, powering Double-A Altoona to a 13-6 rout of Portland at Hadlock Field.
Mets prospect Zack Wheeler allowed a run on three hits while striking out six over six innings Saturday night as Triple-A Las Vegas held on for a 2-1 triumph at Fresno.
Daniel Robertson snapped out of a slump Saturday night, going 4-for-4 with a homer, two doubles and two RBIs to lead Class A Beloit to a 10-3 over Quad Cities.
Rafael Montero, making his second start since getting a taste of Triple-A on Saturday, extended a 13-inning scoreless streak since the return in a 6-0 win for Binghamton.
Alex Meyer allowed a run on two hits and recorded a season-high 10 strikeouts over 6 1/3 innings Saturday night as Double-A New Britain held on for a 4-3 victory over Bowie.
Javier Baez established career highs with five hits, including a home run, and six RBIs on Saturday night, powering Class A Advanced Daytona to a 14-5 romp over Brevard County.
Aaron Northcraft gave up two hits over six scoreless innings for his first win in nearly a month Saturday night as Double-A Mississippi shut down Montgomery, 6-1.
Caleb Clay pitched a three-hitter for his first complete-game shutout and tied a career high with nine strikeouts Saturday night as Double-A Harrisburg beat Trenton, 2-0.
Mike Zunino hit his second homer of the game to snap a ninth-inning tie Friday night as Triple-A Tacoma rallied past Colorado Springs, 6-5.
Daniel Winkler is controlling counts more effectively and the results are outings like Friday, when he allowed one hit over six innings in Modesto's 3-1 victory over High Desert.
Jonathan Singleton homered for the third straight game since returning from a 50-game suspension as Class A Quad Cities outlasted Beloit, 6-3, in 14 innings on Friday night.
Gerrit Cole reeled off seven two-hit innings and batterymate Tony Sachez had a career-high four hits on Friday night, leading Triple-A Indianapolis to an 11-0 thumping of Columbus.
Johnny Hellweg gave up a run on five hits and struck out five over seven innings Friday night for his third straight win as Triple-A Nashville shut down Iowa, 3-1.
Michael Bolsinger pitched a two-hitter for his first career complete game and shutout Friday night as Double-A Mobile defeated Chattanooga, 2-0.
Red Sox prospect Henry Owens took a no-hitter into the sixth before allowing a run on two hits over six innings Friday night as Class A Advanced Salem defeated Myrtle Beach, 3-2.
Mike Olt, returning from a month-long absence caused by vision problems, hit the last of Double-A Frisco's six home runs Friday night as the RoughRiders defeated Tulsa, 8-4.