- Tebow collects three hits, including first triple
- GreenJackets' Mazza finishes off perfect game
- Fabian saves Mazza's perfecto with a diving grab
- Moncada laces his first triple in Knights' victory
- Cubs' Happ crashes into wall after running catch
- M-Braves' Fried gets Velazquez swinging
- Stewart goes yard again for the SeaWolves
- Laureano belts a walk-off blast for the Hooks
- Whitecaps' Gibson makes over-the-shoulder grab
- Barons' Jones makes spectacular catch
- Stewart belts mammoth homer for Erie
- Columbia's Humphreys records 12th strikeout
Top Nationals pitching prospect Erick Fedde has allowed just one earned run over 18 innings in his first three starts. His next challenge is Reading, which leads the EL in home runs.
With homers in consecutive games and eight RBIs in his last four outings, no one in the Texas League is hotter than Midland's J.P. Sportman. Can Corpus Christi cool him off?
Known for last season's 50-game hitting streak, Indians No. 2 prospect Francisco Mejia has kept on hitting in his Double-A debut with Akron and continues to control the run game.
The Charleston RiverDogs turned Saturday's seventh-inning stretch into a Guinness World Record attempt for "Largest Silly String Fight." That, and what's on tap, in Promo Watch.
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- Cubs' Vosler powers up with three homers
- Mets' Tebow nets first triple on three-hit day
- Phillies' Suarez throws two-hit gem for 'Claws
- Toolshed: Indians' Mejia hitting where he left off
- Roundup: Tigers' Funkhouser fans nine
- Photos of the Week: Rabbit takes the field
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