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Rochester's Chris Colabello had 15 hits this week, including nine for extra bases, and ranks in the IL's top three in the Triple Crown categories.
After fanning 14 more this week, Mobile righty and D-backs prospect Archie Bradley ranks second in the Minor Leagues with 68 strikeouts.
Toledo's Fantastic Freeze Sundae, Durham's Nuke Dog, Lancaster's Grilled Tri Tip Sandwich and Lehigh Valley's Roasted Corn have taken early leads in MiLB.com's #foodfight contest.
Mark Montgomery could be the Yankees' closer-of-the-future. At Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, however, he's trying to harness his fastball and slider.
Chris Owings and Matt Davidson are two of the premiere prospects in Arizona's pipeline. They're biding their time and squiring away for knowledge for when they get their chances in the bigs.
Athletics prospect Addison Russell put together his third multiple-hit effort in four games on Sunday, homering and doubling twice to lead Stockton over Lake Elsinore, 5-0.
Charleston's Claudio Custodio, who had three previous homers in his pro career, went yard twice Sunday. The second marked the difference in a 9-7 win for the RiverDogs.
Kyle Gibson carried a no-hitter into the eighth inning and completed his second complete-game shutout in 11 days in Rochester's 11-0 victory over Lehigh Valley on Sunday.
After C.J. Edwards pitched a one-hitter for Class A Hickory in the opener of Sunday's doubleheader, four pitchers combined on a no-hitter to complete an impressive sweep of Delmarva.
After serving a 50-game suspension for a banned stimulant last year, first-rounder Marcus Stroman tossed five scoreless innings Sunday in his season debut for New Hampshire.
The Texas Rangers promoted baseball's top prospect, Jurickson Profar, on Sunday after their starting second baseman, Ian Kinsler, went on the 15-day disabled list.
Marlins prospect Justin Nicolino allowed two hits over six innings in Jupiter's 1-0 win over Palm Beach on Sunday afternoon.
Sean Nolin allowed four hits over six innings in his second straight scoreless start Saturday night as Double-A New Hampshire blanked New Britain, 5-0.
Hunter Morris came off the seven-day disabled list Saturday night and didn't miss a beat, homering twice and driving in four runs in Nashville's 11-0 rout of Salt Lake.
Anthony Aliotti nearly doubled his home run output for the season on Saturday night, slugging three and driving in a career-high eight runs in Midland's 12-4 rout of Corpus Christi.
Taylor Jordan allowed one hit and recorded a career-high nine strikeouts over six shutout innigns in his Eastern League debut Saturday night as Harrisburg beat Reading, 6-4.
Rangers top prospect Jurickson Profar belted two homers in second consecutive three-hit game Saturday night, rallying Triple-A Round Rock past Colorado Springs, 6-5.
Robbie Ray took a no-hitter into the seventh inning Saturday before allowing two runs on a pair of hits, finishing with nine strikeouts, as Potomac fell to Winston-Salem, 4-3.
With the elements neutralizing his breaking pitches, Yankees prospect Nik Turley leaned on his fastball and changeup Saturday night and pitched a gem for Double-A Trenton.
Matt Spring capped a two-homer, six-RBI afternoon with a walk-off grand slam in the ninth inning, giving Double-A Portland a 10-7 triumph over Binghamton.
Jake Buchanan allowed five hits over five innings to extend his scoreless streak to 24 1/3 on Friday night as Double-A Corpus Christi blanked Midland, 1-0.
Dodgers prospect Garrett Gould struck out eight over six scoreless frames Friday, giving him a 1.52 ERA over his last three starts, as Rancho Cucamonga fell to San Jose, 5-3.
Jorge Soler and Dustin Geiger combined to go 14-for-18 with seven extra-base hits, six RBIs and seven runs scored Friday as Daytona swept a doubleheader from Lakeland.
Brett Jackson went 4-for-5 with a double and a run scored on Friday night to raise his May batting average to .353, but Triple-A Iowa dropped a 9-8 decision to visiting Tucson.
One night after Wirfin Obispo struck him out in the ninth inning, Bryce Brentz belted a three-run walk-off homer off the right-hander Friday night to give Pawtucket a 5-4 win over Gwinnett.
Branden Kline obliterated his career high with 13 strikeouts over 5 2/3 innings Friday night in Class A Delmarva's 5-2 come-from-behind victory over Hickory.
Joe Biagini allowed one hit and struck out two over seven innings and two relievers tossed two hitless frames Friday night as Class A Augusta rolled past Savannah, 11-0.
Reigning Florida State League Pitcher of the Week D.J. Baxendale pitched seven shutout innings to lower his ERA to 1.07 as Fort Myers blanked Charlotte, 8-0, on Friday night.
Orioles No. 2 prospect Kevin Gausman recorded a career-high 10 strikeouts over six innings for his second win of the season Friday night as Double-A Bowie edged Trenton, 2-1.
When the Asheville Tourists were sold just prior to the 2010 season, the new ownership group got more than just a baseball club. They also received the rights to what just may be the two most recognizable words in all of Minor League Baseball: Thirsty Thursday.
No. 2 Twins prospect Byron Buxton slugged a walk-off grand slam with one out in the ninth inning as Class A Cedar Rapids slipped past Burlington, 7-6, on Thursday night.
Matt Oye outdueled one of the hottest pitchers in the Texas League on Thursday, Yordano Ventura, with seven two-hit, scoreless frames in a 2-0 win for Double-A Arkansas.
No. 20 Red Sox prospect Travis Shaw went 4-for-5 with a home run, two doubles, four RBIs and three runs scored Thursday night to lead Double-A Portland in a 15-4 win at New Hampshire.
Luis Sardinas capped his 20th birthday with his second consecutive four-hit game. He plated a career-high five runs in Myrtle Beach's 12-3 win over Winston-Salem.
No. 11 Phillies prospect Maikel Franco flashed his developing power game Thursday, hitting two homers for the second time this season in Clearwater's 6-3 win over Bradenton.
Orioles' No. 9 prospect Mike Wright struck out eight and allowed just two hits and a walk over six shutout innings Thursday in Double-A Bowie's 9-1 win over New Britain.
White Sox backstop Josh Phegley went 3-for-4 with his career-best 10th homer to lead Triple-A Charlotte to a 4-1 win over Louisville on Wednesday evening.
Dante Bichette was 2-for-4 with a two-run homer, his second straight two-hit day, and Rafael De Paula struck out 11 as Charleston defeated Greenville, 6-3, on Thursday night.
Marlins Minor League right-handed pitcher Juan Arias received a 50-game suspension without pay Thursday after testing positive for metabolites of Stanozolol, a performance-enhancing substance.
Brian Smith threw four hitless innings in a spot start, combining with Eddie Orozco and Jeffry Antigua on a seven-inning one-hitter as Class A Kane County blanked Peoria, 5-0, in the first game of a doubleheader on Thursday.
Micah Johnson, who stole 19 bases in 69 contests during his rookie campaign, has nearly twice that amount in about half the games during his full-season debut with Kannapolis.
When Tigers prospect Danry Vasquez shows up on the fields back home in Venezuela, players sprint for a high five or a hug. The Whitecaps outfielder appreciates his path to the pros.
Tanner Peters said he had the best outing of his professional career Wednesday after striking out 10 over eight innings in Stockton's 2-1 triumph over visiting Bakersfield.
Myrtle Beach shortstop Luis Sardinas showed that, in addition to his plus glove, he can hit. He went 4-for-5 with three RBIs in Wednesday's 9-2 win over Winston-Salem.
Astros prospect Carlos Correa went 3-for-5 with a double, two RBIs and two runs scored Wednesday night as Class A Quad Cities posted a 9-4 road win over Wisconsin.
Tim Beckham went 4-for-5 with his first homer in nine months to overcome Chris Colabello's two-homer performance in Triple-A Durham's 10-7 win over Rochester.
Yankees second-round pick Peter O'Brien homered Wednesday to extend his RBI streak to six games and power Class A Charleston to a 6-3 victory over visiting Savannah.
Bubba Starling, the Royals' first-round pick in the 2011 Draft, has complained to the organization about his ability to see the ball during night games. The team said he will have surgery if an eye examination suggests it would help.
No. 2 Marlins prospect Christian Yelich went 3-for-6 with two homers, a double and three RBIs to lead Double-A Jacksonville's 10-4 win over Mobile on Wednesday afternoon.
Mariners No. 2 outfield prospect Julio Morban went 4-for-4 with a go-ahead, two-run triple in the eighth inning to help Double-A Jackson overcome Tennessee, 8-4, on Wednesday afternoon.
Johannesburg-born right-hander Tayler Scott combined with closer Nathan Dorris on a three-hit shutout as Kane County blanked Peoria, 4-0, on Wednesday afternoon.
Anthony Rendon leads the Eastern League in a number of statistical categories. Fantasy Focus takes a look at why the third baseman could step up should the need arises.
Continuing his road trip, intrepid traveler Ben Hill visits the Tennessee Smokies and discovers why the costumed chicken crossed the outfield.
Robert Kral was expected to serve as the backup catcher in Lake Elsinore. But he's been thriving with top Padres prospect Austin Hedges sidelined with ankle and hand injuries.
Myrtle Beach's Alec Asher has been one of the Carolina League's top pitchers this season. But he needed to overcome a few bumps in the road first, including Tommy John surgery.
The 15th overall pick in 2011, Jed Bradley struggled in his pro debut last year. A rigorous offseason training regimen has helped the lefty rebound nicely in his return to Brevard County.
Devin Lohman drove in five runs for the Blue Wahoos while Yasiel Puig homered for the Lookouts as Double-A Pensacola bested Chattanooga, 10-9, in 13 innings Tuesday.
Matt McBride hit two homers and drove in five runs Tuesday in Colorado Springs' 9-5 victory over Omaha, giving him six home runs and 19 RBIs over his last eight games.
Cubs' No. 10 prospect Matt Szczur went 3-for-5 to extend his multi-hit streak to six games in Double-A Tennessee's 3-2 win over Jackson on Tuesday.
Taylor Jungmann allowed four hits and struck out two over six innings in his return from the disabled list as Double-A Huntsville blanked Mississippi, 5-0, on Tuesday.
It took Alen Hanson a while, he rediscovered his power stroke Tuesday night with his first Florida State League home run in Bradenton's 8-7 victory at Clearwater.
Blue Jays prospect Marcus Walden allowed two hits over a career-high 7 2/3 innings Tuesday night as Double-A New Hampshire blanked visiting Portland, 3-0.
Top Mets pitching prospect Zack Wheeler will be evaluated in New York after complaining of soreness in his right clavicle Monday. He is expected to miss at least one start.
Making just his second Florida State League start, Matt Bowman tossed seven one-hit frames, striking out a career-high nine batters, as St. Lucie blanked Brevard County, 4-0.
C.J. Cron, who crushed 27 homers in the Cal League last year, is hitting for average and showing range at first base in his Double-A debut with the Arkansas Travelers.
New York native Joe Panik is enjoying a homecoming of sorts after his promotion to the Eastern League, and he's quickly settling into a position switch with Richmond.
The 50th anniversary of the '63 Ports championship season will be the focus of "Alumni Night," an annual promotion that honors Stockton's 72-year California League history.
A second-round pick in 2011, Brad Miller has hit .341 in 151 Minor League games. This season he's expanding his role in Jackson's infield without missing a beat at the plate.
Houston farmhand Michael Burgess homered twice and doubled to set a Corpus Christi RBI single-game record with eight in the Hooks' 13-3 win over the Missions.
J.R. Graham was removed from Monday's game for precautionary reasons after feeling discomfort in his throwing arm and shoulder in Double-A Mississippi's 5-1 win over Huntsville.
Rockies prospect Eddie Butler continued his remarkable start to the season, allowing one hit and striking out seven over 7 1/3 innings in Asheville's 1-0 win over Greenville.
Archie Bradley gave up two hits and three walks while striking out nine batters over six shutout innings in Double-A Mobile's 3-2 win over Jacksonville on Monday.
Top Cincinnati prospect Billy Hamilton continued his Triple-A breakout with three hits and two stolen bases Monday night in Louisville's 5-4 loss to Buffalo.
Yankees' No. 14 prospect Nik Turley shined in his Triple-A debut for Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, allowing one run on two hits over six frames in the RailRiders' 3-2 loss to Gwinnett.
Spot starter Jonathan Cornelius allowed just one hit and struck out four over seven innings to lead Class A Advanced Palm Beach in a 7-0 shutout of Lakeland on Monday.
Right-hander D.J. Baxendale of Fort Myers allowed one unearned run on six hits while fanning 16 over 14 innings this week.
Cedar Rapids' Adam Brett Walker II drove in 13 runs this week -- seven on Sunday afternoon -- and leads the Midwest League with 40 RBIs on the season.
Ben visits the cutting edge of Minor League technology in Nashville, where Sounds video intern Adam Hayes charts the speed, type and location of every pitch in real time.
Fully recovered from Tommy John surgery, Kyle Gibson is looking more and more like the pitcher the Twins selected 22nd overall in the 2009 Draft.
Most of the buzz surrounding the Las Vegas 51s involves prospect Zack Wheeler, but teammate Collin McHugh is quietly off to a superlative start in a difficult pitching environment.
Adam Brett Walker homered twice, doubled twice and drove in seven runs and Byron Buxton went 4-for-7 with four RBIs in Cedar Rapids' 23-16 win over Beloit on Sunday.
Cardinals top prospect Oscar Taveras injured his right ankle while stealing a base Sunday afternoon and had to leave in the ninth inning of Triple-A Memphis' 7-4 loss to Fresno.
No. 2 Rays prospect Taylor Guerrieri struck out 10 and gave up a hit and two walks over five innings as Class A Bowling Green blanked Lake County, 8-0, on Sunday.
Kyle Hallock tossed the first five frames and Luis Cruz finished off the first nine-inning no-hitter in team history Sunday as the Lancaster JetHawks beat the Stockton Ports, 2-0.
Less than two weeks removed from nearly leaving the country for good, Netherlands product Kalian Sams has erupted with four homers in his first five games.
Brad Allen struck out nine and allowed a run on two hits over nine innings in his second Minor League game Sunday as South Bend outlasted West Michigan, 2-1, in 10 innings.
Padres prospect Rodney Daal went 4-for-4 with a pair of homers, a double and four RBIs on Sunday, powering Class A Fort Wayne to a 13-7 romp over Dayton.
No. 2 Pirates prospect Jameson Taillon allowed two hits and three walks while striking out eight batters over six innings in Altoona's 2-1 win over Richmond on Sunday.
Zack Wheeler extended a string of quality outings Saturday, allowing two runs on six hits while striking out seven over 7 1/3 innings as Triple-A Las Vegas edged visiting Albuquerque, 4-3.
First baseman Matt Fields homered in the fourth, then pitched three innings for his first win as a pro Saturday night as Northwest Arkansas beat Springfield, 5-4, in 20 innings.
Angels No. 7 prospect Randal Grichuk homered twice and drove in three runs, while No. 3 prospect C.J. Cron fell a triple shy of the cycle Saturday in Double-A Arkansas' 8-6 win over Tulsa.
Vanderbilt product Sonny Gray recorded a season-high eight strikeouts over six shutout innings Saturday night as Sacramento beat Nashville, 5-1.
Jack Lopez homered and drove in a career-high seven runs Saturday night as Wilmington completed a doubleheader sweep with an 18-5 romp over Frederick.
Adam Conley bounced back form a pair of rough starts and allowed one hit over six scoreless innings Saturday night as Double-A Jacksonville beat Pensacola, 7-2.
Making his Double-A debut, Dodgers No. 19 prospect Ross Stripling struck out eight and allowed one run on five hits over six innings Saturday as Chattanooga shut down Mobile, 4-1.
George Springer hit his Minor League-leading 12th homer and drove in two runs Saturday night to power the Corpus Christi Hooks to a 9-3 romp over the Frisco RoughRiders.
Dylan Baker allowed one hit and struck out four over six innings Saturday in his second straight scoreless outing Saturday as Class A Lake County beat Bowling Green, 6-1.
Astros prospect Telvin Nash homered twice and collected a career-high seven RBIs on Friday night leading the Lancaster JetHawks to a wild 19-13 victory over the Stockton Ports.
Dodgers right-hander Zack Greinke gave up eight runs -- three earned -- on eight hits over 4 1/3 innings on Friday night in his first rehab start for Class A Advanced Rancho Cucamonga.
Oscar Taveras went 4-for-5 with a home, double and three RBIs and Michael Wacha allowed two runs on three hits over six innings Friday as Triple-A Memphis pounded Sacramento, 10-3.
Billy Hamilton made noise with his bat -- and not his feet -- on Friday night when he recorded his first career two-homer game in Louisville's 7-5 loss to visiting Buffalo.
Raul Alcantara pitched a seven-inning one-hitter for his second career complete game Friday as Beloit blanked Peoria, 4-0, to salvage a split of its doubleheader.
Trevor May struck out 10 and pitched a two-hitter for his second complete-game shutout of the year Friday as New Britain beat Portland, 6-0, in the second game of a doubleheader.
After hitting just .200 over his previous nine games, Stephen Piscotty broke out Friday night with a pair of home runs in Palm Beach's 7-3 victory over St. Lucie.
MiLB.com's Ben Hill visited the Class A Bowling Green Hot Rods on the first leg of his road trip, where he had help from a pair of fans in sampling the team's donut bacon cheeseburger.
Rehabbing Major League catcher Jeff Mathis went 3-for-5 with a three-run homer and six RBIs in Jacksonville's 10-3 win over Pensacola on Thursday.
Angels' No. 4 prospect Taylor Lindsey went 2-for-4 and hit a three-run homer as part of a seven-run sixth inning in Double-A Arkansas' 7-3 win over Tulsa on Thursday.
No. 5 Braves prospect Alex Wood allowed two hits and two walks while striking out five batters over seven innings in Mississippi's 5-0 win over Montgomery on Thursday.
Max Fried and three relievers combined on the first nine-inning no-hitter in team history after Fort Wayne scored a run in the ninth inning to earn a 1-0 win over Great Lakes on Thursday.
Astros prospect Domingo Santana became the first player in Corpus Christi history to hit three home runs in a game as the Hooks rolled past Frisco, 9-4, on Friday night.
No. 18 Mets prospect Matt Reynolds tripled and doubled twice to plate a career-high five runs Thursday in Class A Advanced St. Lucie's 17-1 romp over Palm Beach.
Paul Demny went eight innings and Ian Krol threw a perfect ninth to complete the Senators' first nine-inning no-hitter in nine years as Harrisburg beat Binghamton, 6-1, on Thursday.
Starter David Goforth combined with relievers Francisco Rodriguez and Daniel Meadows on a one-hitter for Class A Advanced Brevard County in the Manatees' 5-0 win over Tampa.
Reds Minor League right-handed pitcher Daniel Tuttle received a 100-game suspension after a third violation of the Minor League drug program on Thursday.
Last year's top overall Draft pick, Carlos Correa has struggled with cold and injury to start the 2013 season, but Quad Cities is taking great pains to nurture the Astros' No. 2 prospect.
The 35th overall pick in the 2012 Draft, Savannah's Kevin Plawecki is proving himself to be a key piece in the Mets' overhaul at catcher. He's hitting .400 with five homers for the Sand Gnats.
A day after leaving a game early with an injured thumb, Jurickson Profar showed it was no issue Wednesday when he collected three hits in Round Rock's 9-5 win at Las Vegas.
Cory Spangenberg collected four hits and scored four times in both ends of a doubleheader to extend his hit streak to nine games as Lake Elsinore swept Lancaster on Wednesday.
Washington's top prospect Anthony Rendon went 2-for-3 with a homer, a double, four RBIs and two walks in Double-A Harrisburg's 7-6 loss to Altoona on Wednesday.
Second-ranked Reds prospect Robert Stephenson had his best start of the year Wednesday, striking out nine over six shutout frames to lead Dayton in an 11-4 victory.
Mets No. 14 prospect Cesar Puello homered twice and drove in three runs Wednesday night, powering Double-A Binghamton to a 3-1 victory at Trenton.
Kyle Gibson, 18 months removed from Tommy John surgery, tossed his first complete game in three years, fanning eight and allowing four hits, as Rochester beat Toledo, 3-0, on Wednesday.
Tony Thomas fell a homer shy of the cycle and top prospect Xander Bogaerts tripled home three runs Wednesday in Double-A Portland's 10-4 win over Reading.
D-backs top right-hander Archie Bradley is expected to make his next start for Double-A Mobile after being removed from Wednesday's game for precautionary reasons after tweaking his right knee on the basepaths.
Cubs prospect Jorge Soler homered for the third time in five games but could only watch when St. Lucie's Aderlin Rodriguez hit a walk-off single Wednesday afternoon as the Mets knocked off the Daytona Cubs in 10 innings, 6-5.
Corpus Christi outfielder George Springer homered 24 times in his first full season, but already has 11 through his first 31 games this year. He could be primed for a swift move to Houston.
White Sox pitching prospect Chris Beck made the jump from Rookie-level Great Falls to Winston-Salem this spring, and the organization couldn't be happier with his development.
Nolan Fontana is hitting just as well away from Lancaster's hitter-friendly stadium and forms a solid double-play combo with fellow Astros prospect Delino DeShields Jr. in the Cal League.
Admittedly, Stephen Piscotty struggled at third base in his pro debut with Quad Cities. A position switch to the outfield and a promotion to Palm Beach appears to be suiting him well this season.
After falling two feet shy of the cycle last summer, Darnell Sweeney completed the feat in six innings Tuesday in Rancho Cucamonga's 9-3 win over Inland Empire.
Tommy La Stella was 3-for-6 with four RBIs as Double-A Mississippi collected a team-record eight extra base hits en route to a 19-2 win over Montgomery on Tuesday.
Christian Yelich went 5-for-6 with a homer, two triples, two RBIs and two runs scored Tuesday night, but Double-A Jacksonville dropped a 5-4, 13-inning decision to Pensacola.
Pittsburgh's No. 2 prospect Jameson Taillon came out of the game after taking a line drive off his left leg in the fourth inning of Altoona's 13-2 loss to Harrisburg on Tuesday night.
Astros prospect Jarred Cosart tied a career high with 10 strikeouts and allowed six hits and three walks over 5 2/3 shutout innings Tuesday in Oklahoma City's 6-1 win over Tacoma.
Eddie Butler allowed a lone infield hit over six scoreless innings Tuesday, but David Dahl left after pulling his right hamstring in the first inning of Asheville's 9-3 victory at Augusta.
Top Blue Jays prospect Aaron Sanchez allowed two hits and one walk and struck out six Tuesday night in Class A Advanced Dunedin's 3-1 win over Bradenton.
Andy Wilkins broke out of a power slump with a pair of homers and Birmingham's offense erupted in a five-inning, rain-shortened 160 victory over Tennessee.
Gwinnett and Pawtucket donned throwback Boston Braves caps on Boston Strong Night at Coolray Field, paying tribute to and raising funds for victims of the Boston Marathon bombings.
Top Cleveland prospect Trevor Bauer threw 6 2/3 hitless innings before running out of gas an out shy of a seven-inning complete game in Triple-A Columbus' 4-2 loss to Charlotte.
Mets prospect Eudy Pina went deep twice Tuesday as visiting Savannah withstood five Hickory home runs in a 9-6 win.
Fans of the NBC show "The Office" got to say goodbye to the cast of the popular show at Scranton/Wilkes-Barre's PNC Field, a ballpark near where the fictional program is set.
The White Sox worked on Erik Johnson's mechanics soon after drafting him in 2011, and the adjustments are paying dividends as the Barons right-hander has been dominant this season.
A football star in college, Kyle Parker has no regrets about his choice to focus on baseball. His power numbers in his first year at Double-A Tulsa are supporting that decision.
Hard-throwing right-hander Jameson Taillon made three starts with Altoona at the end of last season, a stint the Pirates prospect says has contributed to his early success this season.
Rockies' No. 6 prospect Tyler Anderson allowed two hits and struck out six Monday night in Class A Advanced Modesto's 4-3, 10-inning win over Bakersfield.
Yordano Ventura gave up two hits and a pair of walks over six innings while striking out 10 for the second consecutive game as Northwest Arkansas beat Arkansas, 6-1.
Using a walking lead technique he learned from a coach, Kannapolis' Micah Johnson swiped four bags Monday night, increasing his total to an Minor League-leading 25.
After a year-plus of struggles, Bryan Brickhouse corralled his curveball Monday, and the pitch helped him net a career-best nine strikeouts in Lexington's 2-0 win.
Twins prospect DJ Baxendale struck out 10 and allowed just three hits in seven innings Monday night to lead Class A Advanced Fort Myers to a 7-0 shutout of Tampa.
Yankees left-hander Matt Tracy held Binghamton to one hit and three walks over six innings and Slade Heathcott knocked home two runs in Double-A Trenton's 5-0 win Monday night.
Boston's No. 3 prospect Matt Barnes scattered five hits over six scoreless innings in Double-A Portland's 4-3 win over visiting Reading on Monday night.
Mike Foltynewicz struck out nine over five innings and fellow Houston Astros prospect George Springer slugged his Minor League-leading 11th home run as Corpus Christi blanked San Antonio, 3-0, on Monday afternoon.
Rays prospect Jake Odorizzi threw 12 scoreless innings this week, including the first seven frames of the Durham Bulls' no-hitter at Pawtucket Sunday afternoon.
Erie outfielder Tyler Collins homered in five consecutive games this week -- including a pair on Thursday -- to lead the Minor Leagues.
Angel Sanchez took a no-hitter into the seventh inning Monday afternoon, but Great Lakes was unable to close out the victory in a 3-1 loss to visiting Wisconsin.
Acquired from the Padres last November, Blake Tekotte is trying to make an impression on the White Sox. He's back in Charlotte after a brief stint with the big league club.
No. 4 Cardinals prospect Michael Wacha knows pitching in the Pacific Coast League can be a tough, long haul, but he's finding success early on for the Memphis Redbirds.
Scott McGregor showed his comeback from Tommy John surgery is going quite well as he pitched six hitless innings Sunday in Double-A Springfield's 12-1 romp over Tulsa.
Third-ranked Dodgers prospect Joc Pederson went 4-for-6 and scored four times Sunday, falling a triple short of the cycle in a slugfest in which Chattanooga fell short, 16-14.
Calling on his improved breaking ball with regularity, No. 11 Mets prospect Domingo Tapia hurled six two-hit innings as St. Lucie blanked Daytona, 1-0, on Sunday.
Zack Wheeler won his second straight start on Sunday, tossing six scoreless innings for Triple-A Las Vegas in the 51s' 6-2 victory over the Sacramento River Cats.
Cardinals prospect Tyrell Jenkins pitched a three-hitter and struck out five for his first professional complete game Sunday afternoon as Class A Peoria blanked visiting Fort Wayne, 1-0.
Jake Odorizzi threw seven innings as Durham no-hit Pawtucket in a 2-1 victory Sunday. It marked the second time Odorizzi has been involved in a no-no in the Minor Leagues.
Dellin Betances spun five hitless innings and Sam Demel carried the no-hit bid into the seventh inning Sunday as Scranton/Wilkes-Barre beat Gwinnett, 5-1.
Garrett Gould pieced together his first quality start of the season on Saturday night, striking out eight over six innings as Class A Advanced Rancho Cucamonga blanked San Jose, 6-0.
D-backs prospect Charles Brewer scattered three hits and two walks over eight innings Saturday night, helping Triple-A Reno to a 7-0 blanking of Tacoma.
Simon Castro proved pivotal for Triple-A Charlotte in a 13-inning affair on Saturday night, working seven scoreless innings and allowing two hits in a 2-1 road win over Toledo.
Tyler Collins blasted a solo shot in the sixth inning Saturday night, extending his home run streak to five games and helping Double-A Erie defeat Altoona, 4-3.
Justin Jackson, a 2007 first-round pick as a shortstop, allowed one run on two hits with a strikeout in his professional debut as a pitcher in Class A Lansing's 11-6 loss to Beloit.
In his fourth professional season since signing out of South Africa, Dylan Unsworth hurled six scoreless innings Saturday in Clinton's 3-2 loss to visiting Bowling Green.
Kyle Zimmer took a no-hitter into the sixth inning before allowing a run on a pair of infield singles Saturday before Class A Advanced Wilmington fell to Lynchburg, 3-2.
Giants No. 12 prospect Michael Kickham struck out eight and allowed four hits over 7 1/3 scoreless innings but couldn't keep Triple-A Fresno from falling to Colorado Springs, 5-1.
Red Sox No. 4 prospect Allen Webster recorded a season-high nine strikeouts Friday night as he held Durham to a run on two hits over six innings in Pawtucket's 4-1 win.
Sinnery carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning and posted eight strikeouts, lowering his ERA to 0.67 as South Bend fell to Quad Cities 3-2.
Indians top prospect Francisco Lindor collected the first four-hit game of his career and raised his average to .365 on Friday as Class A Advanced Carolina fell in 11 innings to Frederick, 4-3.
Nationals No. 4 prospect A.J. Cole struck out nine and allowed four hits over six scoreless innings Friday as Class A Advanced Potomac rolled to a 10-3 victory over Myrtle Beach.
Nationals prospect Dixon Anderson pitched six hitless innings Friday night and Class A Hagerstown scored seven runs in the eighth en route to a 9-1 romp at Augusta.
James Hoyt pitched six hitless innings and struck out eight but did not figure in the decision Friday night as Class A Advanced Lynchburg was blanked by Wilmington, 1-0.
The Houston Astros will kick off the 2013 First-Year Player Draft with the No. 1 overall pick when Major League Baseball hosts the annual event live on MLB Network on June 6.
Dominic Latkovski has built a Minor League empire when it comes to ballpark entertainment, taking his act as a small-town bird in Louisville to the talent behind Zooperstars!
Pitching in his Triple-A debut, D-backs' No. 9 prospect Zeke Spruill allowed one unearned run on four hits and four walks over 5 2/3 innings in Reno's 5-1 win over Las Vegas.
Houston's No. 12 prospect Jonathan Villar drove in a career-high five runs and finished a triple shy of the cycle as Oklahoma City defeated Nashville, 9-1, on Thursday.
Cubs right-handed prospect Dallas Beeler allowed one sixth-inning double over 6 2/3 strong frames as Tennessee blanked Mississippi, 7-0, on Thursday evening.
Right-hander Nick Hanson allowed two hits and struck out five over five innings to earn his first win of the season as Class A Lakewood blanked Charleston, 6-0, on Thursday night.
Tyler Collins homered twice and Kyle Lobstein took a no-hitter into the seventh inning Thursday as the two contributed to a 9-1 rout for Double-A Erie over Binghamton.
Sean Gilmartin took a no-hitter into the seventh, but it was Brett Marshall that earned the win after tossing seven shutout innings in Scranton/Wilkes-Barre's 4-1 win over Gwinnett.
Arizona pitching prospect Archie Bradley allowed one run over six innings in his Double-A debut as Mobile beat Huntsville, 3-1, in a rain-shortened first game of a scheduled twinbill.
Not only did Akron's Danny Salazar outduel highly touted Altoona hurler Jameson Taillon, he also set a career-high strikeout total and stretched his scoreless streak to 17 innings.
Despite hitting a modest .237 as a club, the Hickory Crawdads ended April atop their division -- thanks in large part to the homer-happy duo of Joey Gallo and Nick Williams.
Bowling Green's Tyler Goeddel is happy hitting anywhere in the lineup and playing a variety of positions in the infield, as long as it makes him more valuable to the Rays.
High wind ended a Triple-A game in Colorado Springs and teams in the Midwest dealt with snow in April, while pitchers Sean O'Sullivan and Blake Johnson showed off their talents with the bat.
Mariners top prospect Taijuan Walker faced Jacksonville for the second time this season on Wednesday night and pitched six strong innings in Jackson's 9-1 rout of the Suns.
No. 6 A's prospect Sonny Gray allowed one run over nine innings in his second complete game to lead Sacramento to a 4-1 win over Fresno on Wednesday night.
Cubs first-rounder Pierce Johnson allowed a run on four hits over 6 2/3 innings as Kane County defeated Bowling Green, 5-4, in 10 innings on Wednesday
Miguel Almonte made his first win a good one Wednesday, yielding just one hit and three walks while fanning nine over six frames to lead Lexington to a 3-1 win.
Jacob Wilson capped a five-RBI night with his second homer of the game, a three-run shot in the bottom of the ninth inning that gave Class A Peoria a 13-10 victory over Lake County.
Eduardo Rodriguez was almost perfect as he carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning Wednesday as the Frederick Keys shut down the visiting Myrtle Beach Pelicans, 3-1.
Red Sox prospect Matt Barnes, throwing his curveball with a new grip he borrowed from his teammate, struck out a season-high 10 batters while allowing one run over six innings for his second win as Double-A Portland beat Reading, 2-1, at FirstEnergy Stadium.
A loss 11 days earlier was the unlikely setup to Drew Gagnon's seven perfect innings for Brevard County on Wednesday. Poor field conditions prevented Gagnon from continuing, and the Manatees ended up with a one-hitter in a rain-shortened outing.
Grant Green has continued to build on his Pacific Coast League numbers. With his incumbent, Eric Sogard, producing mediocre results, the A's could give Green another look.
A supplemental first-round pick back in 2005, Tyler Herron bounced around independent ball and missed a season due to surgery, but the righty is making the most of a new chance with the Nationals.
Lake Elsinore's Cory Spangenberg has shown no ill-effects from the concussion he suffered in 2012, displaying versatility in the batting order and an improved approach on the base paths.
St. Lucie's Noah Syndergaard understands the pressure that comes with joining a big-market club in a deal for a Cy Young winner, but the 20-year-old hasn't let it affect his performance.
Giants outfield prospect Devin Harris went deep in his sixth consecutive game, but Class A Advanced San Jose fell to Bakersfield, 8-5, on Tuesday evening.
Royals' No. 3 prospect Yordano Ventura struck out 10 and allowed just one hit and three walks over five innings Tuesday in Double-A Northwest Arkansas' 4-0 win over Springfield.
James Gillheeney struck out nine and allowed four hits and a walk over 6 2/3 innings in his Triple-A debut Tuesday, pitching Triple-A Tacoma to a 4-0 win over Tucson.
A rehabbing Avisail Garcia was 3-for-4 and fell a double shy of the cycle as the Lakeland Flying Tigers defeated the Charlotte Stone Crabs, 7-5, in 10 innings Tuesday.