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05/28/2015 | Romak plates six to stay hot for Aces
Jamie Romak hit a grand slam and a solo homer in Game 1 of Reno's doubleheader at Iowa, then scored a key run to help the Aces finish the sweep Wednesday.

05/28/2015 | Kuhl finally picks up win for all his zeros
No. 21 Pittsburgh prospect Chad Kuhl made his third scoreless start of the season, allowing two hits while fanning a season-high seven in Altoona's 4-0 win over New Britain.

05/27/2015 | Naquin gets back into groove for Akron
In his first four-hit game in almost a year, Tyler Naquin lofted his first homer of the year and drove in three runs as Akron defeated Trenton, 7-2, on Wednesday.

05/27/2015 | Ballpark costs keeping Shuckers on road
Biloxi Mayor Andrew Gilich said Wednesday that MGM Park, the new home of the Double-A Shuckers, won't be ready for the team's first scheduled home game June 6.

05/27/2015 | Braves' Reyes restricted after rape charge
Atlanta Braves shortstop Elmer Reyes was placed on the restricted list Wednesday after being arrested on kidnapping and rape charges in Columbus last weekend.

05/27/2015 | Cal notes: Reed still has much to learn
Lancaster's A.J. Reed leads the California League in homers and is hitting a healthy .293, but he's still focused on reducing strikeouts and learning to play better defense at first base.

05/27/2015 | Adams, Suns savor atmosphere at Rickwood
David Adams belted five hits in Jacksonville's 8-2 win over Birmingham in Wednesday's 20th annual Rickwood Classic, a game played at a historic 105-year-old stadium.

05/27/2015 | Figueroa steals spotlight from Tanaka
Second baseman Cole Figueroa set a career high with five hits and matched another career high with five RBIs on Wednesday in Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre's 9-6 win over Pawtucket.

05/27/2015 | Nielsen leads Palm Beach to one-hitter
Cardinals No. 23 prospect Trey Nielsen struck out six and allowed only a hit and a walk over a career-high seven innings to lead Class A Advanced Palm Beach to a 4-1 win over Tampa.

05/27/2015 | Texas notes: Stamets forced to be patient
Eric Stamets, the Angels' No. 22 prospect, has been frustrated by injuries over the last year. Now, finally healthy, the 23-year-old shortstop is optimistic he can regain consistency at Arkansas.

05/27/2015 | Prospect Roundup: Games of May 26
Carlos Correa homered and threw out a runner at home for Triple-A Fresno while Jorge Alfaro went yard for the second consecutive day for Frisco on Tuesday.

05/27/2015 | Stock Watch: Kopech pumping big heat
In this week's Stock Watch, a look at Boston right-hander Michael Kopech, who made some mechanical tweaks and can now throw 100 mph.

05/27/2015 | Carolina notes: Zimmer praises father
Indians No. 3 prospect Bradley Zimmer credits his father, Eric, for his journey to professional baseball, where he's currently leading the Carolina League in home runs.

05/27/2015 | FSL notes: Blandino heating up in Daytona
Shifting a player from shortstop is hardly unusual. Alex Blandino, though, made the opposite switch, and has been flashing his defensive skills and more in his Daytona Tortugas debut.

05/27/2015 | Cougars' Huang stellar in pro debut
In his first start since the D-backs signed him last July, Taiwanese right-hander Wei-Chieh Huang struck out eight over 5 2/3 scoreless innings Tuesday as Kane County beat Quad Cities, 3-0.

05/27/2015 | Seager slaps out first Triple-A four-hit game
Corey Seager recorded his second four-hit game of the season and first in Triple-A ball on Tuesday, doubling twice, knocking in a run and scoring twice in Oklahoma City's 11-5 win at Salt Lake.

05/27/2015 | Matz adds to PCL-leading strikeout total
Steven Matz allowed three hits over seven shutout innings and pushed his Pacific Coast League-leading strikeout total to 68 on Tuesday in Triple-A Las Vegas' 9-1 win over Colorado Springs.

05/27/2015 | Conley dominant again in Zephyrs' shutout
Adam Conley scattered four hits and a walk over six innings in Triple-A New Orleans' 3-0 shutout of Albuquerque in the opener of a twinbill. Teammate Pat Misch tossed a two-hitter in Game 2.

05/26/2015 | Gonsalves dominant again for Kernels
Stephen Gonsalves recorded a career-high 12 strikeouts while allowing an unearned run on three hits over six innings Tuesday night as Class A Cedar Rapids beat Wisconsin, 4-1.

05/26/2015 | De Leon brings poise beyond his years
Michael De Leon, an 18-year-old Rangers prospect, went 4-for-5 with a double and three RBIs on Tuesday night, leading Class A Hickory to a 9-4 triumph over visiting Delmarva.

05/26/2015 | Hooks' Velasquez settling in at Double-A
Vincent Velasquez allowed three hits and struck out eight over five scoreless innings Tuesday night, pitching Double-A Corpus Christi to a 4-1 win at Northwest Arkansas.

05/26/2015 | Gamboa provides Tides with stellar relief
Eddie Gamboa took over for T.J. McFarland in the top of the second and tossed six hitless innings Tuesday night as Triple-A Norfolk shut down visiting Syracuse, 3-1.

05/26/2015 | Offensive Players of the Week
Rangers top prospect Joey Gallo homered three times in a two-game span and Indians No. 3 prospect Bradley Zimmer showed off incredible discipline to head the Offensive Players of the Week.

05/26/2015 | Pitchers of the Week
Rays' lefty Blake Snell heads the winners after setting a career high with 12 K's. The Twins' Tommy Milone and Rangers' Frank Lopez were also honored.

05/26/2015 | Prospect Roundup: Games of May 25
In today's Prospect Roundup, the Rangers' Jorge Alfaro goes yard, the Yankees' Jorge Mateo swipes three bags and the Astros' Brett Phillips keeps raking for Lancaster.

05/26/2015 | 'Wild Bill' embodies baseball in Kane County
Kane County was the first stop on Ben's current Midwest trip, where he met "Wild Bill" Bowers, a 91-year-old usher and World War II veteran who has worked for the Cougars since the 1994 season.

05/26/2015 | Barons returning to Rickwood for Classic
An annual tribute to old fashioned baseball will take place Wednesday afternoon as the Barons celebrate the history of baseball in Birmingham at the Rickwood Classic.

05/26/2015 | EL notes: Jays' Boyd gets back to basics
When Matt Boyd first arrived in New Hampshire last year, he figured he needed to change things up due to the higher level of competition. This season the left-hander is trusting his stuff and his preparation.

05/26/2015 | Southern notes: Smith earns high praise
Acquired from San Diego in the Justin Upton trade, M-Braves center fielder Mallex Smith has been garnering high praise and drawing lofty comparisons since joining the Atlanta organization over the winter.

05/26/2015 | Seager tees off on first two PCL homers
Top Dodgers prospect Corey Seager snapped out of a 3-for-25 slump with two long balls, helping lead Oklahoma City to a 6-1 win Monday night at Salt Lake.

05/25/2015 | Brugman thinks positive, busts out of rut
Breaking out of a tough stretch at the plate, No. 21 A's prospect Jaycob Brugman collected a career-high five hits in Midland's 8-7 loss to Corpus Christi in 10 innings Monday.

05/25/2015 | Dominant Jurado stays unbeaten for 'Dads
Right-handed Texas prospect Ariel Jurado allowed only two hits over six shutout innings in Class A Hickory's 10-3 thumping of Delmarva on Monday night.

05/25/2015 | Yanks' Long figuring out Triple-A hitters
Jaron Long scattered three hits over 7 2/3 innings in Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre's 2-0 victory over the host Pawtucket at McCoy Stadium on Monday.

05/25/2015 | Musgrave finds right mix for best start
Locating all three pitches, Rockies left-handed prospect Harrison Musgrave carried a perfect game into the sixth and notched a career-high 10 strikeouts for Modesto.

05/25/2015 | Cubs' Tseng outpitches Nats ace Giolito
Cubs' No. 10 prospect Jen-Ho Tseng allowed two hits over six dominant innings as Class A Advanced Myrtle Beach blanked Potomac, 3-0, on Monday.

05/25/2015 | Curve's Gamache gets five hits, homer
Altoona infielder Dan Gamache tied a franchise record with five hits and lifted his May average to .415 in the Curve's 9-4 win over New Hampshire on Monday afternoon.

05/25/2015 | Stankiewicz lasts eight frames, gets first win
No. 20 Red Sox prospect Teddy Stankiewicz allowed only two hits and one walk over a career-high eight innings Monday, leading Class A Advanced Salem to a 4-0 win over Winston-Salem.

05/25/2015 | The Show Before the Show: Episode 8
On this week's edition of The Show Before the Show, Tyler Maun and Jake Seiner discuss Boston prospect Yoan Moncada and Sam Dykstra explains Super Two rules.

05/25/2015 | Prospect Roundup: Games of May 24
In today's Prospect Roundup, the Pirates' Josh Bell gets four hits, the A's Franklin Barreto doubles twice and the Indians' Clint Frazier goes yard.

05/25/2015 | PCL notes: Duvall getting his groove back
Adam Duvall has seen time at both corner infield positions with Sacramento in his second PCL season. One constant has been the Giants prospect's productive bat.

05/25/2015 | IL notes: Wisler embracing challenges
Matt Wisler was traded to the Braves just days before the start of the Minor League season, but his manager believes the right-hander has the makeup to handle any kind of adversity.

05/25/2015 | Curve's Bell rips four singles, four RBIs
Pittsburgh's No. 3 prospect Josh Bell ripped four singles, drove in four runs and scored two more to help lead Double-A Altoona in an 11-3 rout over New Hampshire.

05/24/2015 | Lopez debuts with big day for RoughRiders
The challenge of a promotion didn't bother Rangers prospect Frank Lopez, who allowed two hits over 6 1/3 scoreless innings in his debut for Double-A Frisco on Sunday.

05/24/2015 | Marlins' Williams nabs first Double-A win
Trevor Williams scattered five hits over 6 1/3 innings in host Jacksonville's 2-0 shutout of Mississippi on Sunday. It was his longest start of the season.

05/24/2015 | Espino beats Indians with arm, bat
Nationals right-hander Paolo Espino tossed seven four-hit innings while helping his own cause with a three-run shot as Syracuse edged Indianapolis, 5-3, on Sunday.

05/24/2015 | Slegers gets cold celebration after shutout
Aaron Slegers pitched his first career shutout, then got his first ice bucket shower Sunday afternoon as Class A Advanced Fort Myers beat visiting Brevard County, 4-0.

05/24/2015 | Dosch drives in career-high six runs
Baltimore's No 14 prospect Drew Dosch collected three hits, including the go-ahead three run homer, and six RBIs in Frederick's 10-8 win over Lynchburg on Sunday.

05/24/2015 | Baez slugs two home runs for I-Cubs
Former top Cubs prospect Javier Baez homered twice, giving him three homers in three games, to lead Triple-A Iowa to a 7-4 win over Tacoma at home Sunday.

05/24/2015 | Lee putting frustrating season behind him
Zach Lee gave up four hits and struck out three batters over seven innings for his fifth win as Oklahoma City defeated Las Vegas, 2-0, on Sunday afternoon.

05/24/2015 | Decker delivers repeat performance
For the second time in less than three weeks, Cody Decker went yard twice while tying a career high with six RBIs as El Paso routed New Orleans, 10-3, on Sunday.

05/24/2015 | Rays' Shaffer homers twice in Bulls' debut
Richie Shaffer announced his presence with authority in his Durham Bulls debut, homering twice on Sunday afternoon in a 13-10 win at Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.

05/24/2015 | Prospect Roundup: Games of May 23
In today's Prospect Roundup, the Twins' Miguel Sano continues his torrid May, the Blue Jays' Miguel Castro dominates at Triple-A and the A's Yairo Munoz goes long twice.

05/24/2015 | Mavs' Pena takes perfecto into seventh
Richelson Pena took a perfect game into the seventh inning on Saturday night, retiring the first 19 batters he faced, as Class A Advanced High Desert blanked Bakersfield, 5-0.

05/24/2015 | B-Mets' Cecchini 'staying with it'
Gavin Cecchini homered leading off the bottom of the first inning, then hit a tying double in the ninth Saturday night as Double-A Binghamton rallied past Akron, 5-4.

05/24/2015 | Beede celebrates birthday with victory
On his 22nd birthday, and with his parents, brother and girlfriend on hand, Tyler Beede scattered six hits over six innings Saturday night as Class A Advanced San Jose beat Rancho Cucamonga, 11-0.

05/24/2015 | Snell's streak ends, Black thrives off DL
Blake Snell's scoreless streak ended, but he struck out a career-high 12 and Corey Black was strong coming off the disabled list Saturday as Double-A Montgomery edged Tennessee, 2-1.

05/23/2015 | Skoglund sharp again for Blue Rocks
Eric Skoglund allowed four hits and struck out eight over seven innings Saturday night, pitching Class A Advanced Wilmington to a 1-0 blanking of Carolina.

05/23/2015 | Montgomery teaches Drive kids a lesson
Yankees prospect Jordan Montgomery used his college experience to dominate a teenage-heavy Greenville team on Saturday night in Class A Charleston's 5-4 win.

05/23/2015 | Miracle's Stewart records first FSL win
In his third start since returning from the disabled list, Kohl Stewart pitched seven strong innings for his first Florida State League win Saturday as Fort Myers beat Brevard County, 3-1.

05/23/2015 | Candelario powers Pelicans past P-Nats
Jeimer Candelario homered twice on a three-hit evening Saturday, powering Class A Advanced Myrtle Beach to a 7-3 victory over visiting Potomac.

05/23/2015 | Prospect Roundup: Games of May 22
Braves top prospect Jose Peraza homered for the second straight game and D-backs prospect Peter O'Brien pushed his average to .342 to lead the roundup of Friday's performances.

05/23/2015 | Renfroe collects four hits for Missions
Hunter Renfroe set a career high with four hits during a perfect Friday night at the dish to extend a hot streak to 8-for-9 over three games. Double-A San Antonio fell to Frisco in 11 innings, 4-3.

05/23/2015 | Ports' Trivino quiets Storm for seven
Lou Trivino continued a pattern of rebounding from tough outings with his second straight strong start on Friday night, helping Class A Advanced Stockton beat Lake Elsinore, 8-0.

05/23/2015 | Toussaint posts zeros in second '15 start
Touki Toussaint gave up two hits and two walks over six scoreless innings in his second start of the season Friday night, but Class A Kane County fell to visiting Wisconsin, 4-0.

05/23/2015 | 'Claws' Casimiro goes the distance again
Ranfi Casimiro tossed a two-hitter for his second career shutout Friday as Class A Lakewood blanked Greensboro, 4-0, in the first game of a doubleheader.

05/23/2015 | Mier impresses brothers with two blasts
With his two brothers in attendance from California, Jiovanni Mier posted his first career multi-homer game, powering Double-A Corpus Christi to a 12-8 triumph over Midland.

05/23/2015 | South Bend's Williams idles Hot Rods
Ryan Williams gave up two hits over eight scoreless innings Friday night, lowering his Midwest League-leading ERA to 0.59 and pitching Class A South Bend past Bowling Green, 3-2.

05/22/2015 | Stone Crabs' Marquez blanks Yanks
German Marquez allowed two hits over seven scoreless innings Friday night, pitching Class A Advanced Charlotte to a 4-1 victory over Tampa.

05/22/2015 | Fightins' Eflin gets early outs, stays late
Zach Eflin allowed one hit over 8 2/3 innings before an error cost him his first career shutout Friday night as Double-A Reading hung on for a 6-2 triumph over Portland.

05/22/2015 | Batista dominant again in Smokies win
Frank Batista took a perfect game into the fifth inning and allowed one unearned run on two hits over 6 1/3 innings in Tennessee's 4-1 win over Montgomery on Friday evening.

05/22/2015 | Mancini remains hot in Keys' romp
Trey Mancini went 3-for-4 with three runs scored, Branden Webb drove in four runs and Jeff Kemp homered Friday night as Class A Advanced Frederick rolled to a 14-4 pounding of Lynchburg.

05/22/2015 | Reed, with help from Katz, fires shutout
Palm Beach lefty Jimmy Reed teamed up with backstop Mason Katz, a nominal infielder making his pro debut behind the plate, on a four-hit shutout of visiting Clearwater on Friday morning.

05/22/2015 | Q&A: Going deep with FSL prospects's Lisa Pride interviewed prospects across the Florida State League. The six Around the FSL episodes give fans a taste for who these players are and what life is like in the Minor Leagues.

05/22/2015 | Toolshed: Snell, O'Conner growing together
Rays left-hander Blake Snell and catcher Justin O'Conner have worked together each of the past three seasons, and a dominant start to 2015 is the culmination of that work.

05/22/2015 | Bragan enjoying 'last dance' in Jacksonville
Peter "Pedro" Bragan has plans for retirement, including a museum and a trip to Hawaii, but that's after he enjoys his "last dance" as the outgoing owner of the Jacksonville Suns this summer.

05/22/2015 | Prospect Roundup: Games of May 21
Cubs' Mark Zagunis and Orioles' Trey Mancini combined for nine hits in a Carolina League battle while fellow Baltimore prospect Dylan Bundy tossed four two-hit for Bowie.

05/22/2015 | Fresno's Correa homers in second straight
Top Houston prospect Carlos Correa took Barry Zito deep to homer in his second straight game while tallying three RBIs in Triple-A Fresno's 10-2 win over Nashville.

05/22/2015 | Newcomb takes no-no into sixth for 66ers
Sean Newcomb, the Angels' No. 2 prospect, took a no-hitter into the sixth inning and picked up his first California League win as Inland Empire bested Rancho Cucamonga, 4-2.

05/22/2015 | Neverauskas spins five hitless in relief
Pittsburgh righty Dovydas Neverauskas struck out six batters over five hitless innings of relief in West Virginia's 5-4 loss to visiting Delmarva on Thursday evening.

05/21/2015 | Severino shows no rust for Thunder
Top Yankees prospect Luis Severino struck out five over five hitless innings in his return from the disabled list as Trenton outlasted Bowie, 1-0, in 13 innings Thursday.

05/21/2015 | Gray turns in longest outing of season
Top Colorado Rockies prospect Jon Gray pitched into the seventh inning for the first time this season, allowing one unearned run in Albuquerque's 5-1 win over Round Rock.

05/21/2015 | Littell delivers royally for LumberKings
Making his second start of the year, Seattle prospect Zack Littell surrendered two hits and two walks while whiffing eight over six innings in Clinton's 3-0 win over Quad Cities.

05/21/2015 | Tanaka hurls three scoreless in rehab start
In his first start since injuring his arm, Yankees righty Masahiro Tanaka tossed three two-hit frames while striking out two for Scranton-Wilkes/Barre on Thursday.

05/21/2015 | MWL notes: Stinnett thinks like a hitter
Jake Stinnett returned to the mound at the University of Maryland after a stint at third base, and the experience -- and frustration -- of hitting has helped shape his approach as a pitcher with the Cubs.

05/21/2015 | Gnats' Meisner turns things around quickly
No. 18 Mets prospect Casey Meisner recorded a season-high 10 strikeouts while allowing one hit over seven innings as the Sand Gnats blanked the Braves, 2-0, on Thursday.

05/21/2015 | Gee posts zeros in rehab outing for St. Lucie
Rehabbing New York Mets pitcher Dillon Gee scattered three hits over 6 1/3 scoreless innings in Class A Advanced St. Lucie's 3-2 loss to Dunedin on Thursday evening.

05/21/2015 | Blue Wahoos claim 'Best Seat' honors
A panoramic view of the ocean in Pensacola set Bayfront Stadium apart to win's Best Seat in the House contest on Thursday.

05/21/2015 | New Columbia team to move from Savannah
The Savannah Sand Gnats, Class A affiliate of the New York Mets, will move to Columbia, South Carolina, and Spirit Communications Park for the 2016 season, the club announced Thursday.

05/21/2015 | SAL notes: Braves' Davidson heads home
Braves outfielder Braxton Davidson had an underwhelming homecoming in Asheville this month, but the converted infielder is soaking in the opportunity to hopefully reach Atlanta.

05/21/2015 | Prospect Roundup: Games of May 20
In today's Prospect Roundup, the Twins' Byron Buxton legs out a pair of triples, while the Padres' Trea Turner and Franchy Cordero each hit home runs.

05/20/2015 | Big league advice paying off for Gonsalves
Stephen Gonsalves gave up one hit and struck out seven over six innings to earn the win Wednesday night as Class A Cedar Rapids blanked Peoria, 8-0.

05/20/2015 | Moncada collects three hits in Drive's win
Yoan Moncada went 3-for-4 in his third Minor League game and scored the winning run Wednesday night, giving Class A Greenville a 4-3 victory over Lexington.

05/20/2015 | Loons' Holmes fans nine, ties career high
Grant Holmes tied a career high with nine strikeouts and yielded just one hit over six scoreless innings Wednesday in Class A Great Lakes' 7-1 win over Dayton.

05/20/2015 | Blue Jays' Hoffman hits 99 in pro debut
Blue Jays right-hander Jeff Hoffman -- who underwent Tommy John surgery last May -- made his pro debut with Dunedin and hit 99 mph on the radar gun.

05/20/2015 | Plutko dazzles in 10-K outing for Hillcats
Adam Plutko gave up one hit over seven shutout innings and Clint Frazier went yard as Class A Advanced Lynchburg defeated Salem, 7-2, on Wednesday night.

05/20/2015 | Curve place Glasnow on disabled list
Pittsburgh Pirates top prospect Tyler Glasnow was placed on the disabled list, retroactive to Monday, by Double-A Altoona with a right ankle sprain suffered earlier this month.

05/20/2015 | Almora, Rademacher collide in outfield
Cubs No. 5 prospect Albert Almora and No. 29 prospect Bijan Rademacher were forced to exit Wednesday's game between Tennessee and Jackson after colliding in left center.

05/20/2015 | Nola steady in possible Phillies audition
Pitching in front of general manager Ruben Amaro Jr., Phillies No. 2 prospect Aaron Nola struck out seven and allowed four hits over seven scoreless innings in Reading's 4-0 win over New Hampshire.

05/20/2015 | Mariners first-round pick Jackson shut down
The Seattle Mariners have shut down No. 1 prospect Alex Jackson with a shoulder injury and reassigned him to extended Spring Training, according to multiple reports on Wednesday.

05/20/2015 | Royals' Reed fans career-high 11 batters
Royals No. 26 prospect Cody Reed had a no-hitter through five innings before completing the start with a career-high 11 strikeouts in Wilmington's win over Winston-Salem.

05/20/2015 | Yankees' Ruth showing off versatility
Yankees pitching prospect Eric Ruth allowed only one hit and one walk while striking out six over seven scoreless innings Wednesday in Double-A Trenton's 3-1 loss to Bowie.

05/20/2015 | Cal notes: Angels' Newcomb rising quickly
Sean Newcomb was overlooked in the 2011 Draft but, with the help of former Inland Empire reliever Justin Blood, blossomed into a dominant pitcher and a first-round pick last summer by the Angels.

05/20/2015 | Lookout! Four days in Chattanooga
Twins photographer Brace Hemmelgarn takes us behind the scenes in Chattanooga to capture images of Byron Buxton, Miguel Sano and more.

05/20/2015 | Stock Watch: De Leon's great deception
In this week's Stock Watch, a look at Dodgers right-hander Jose De Leon, who has ridden superb deception and improved stuff to a Double-A promotion.

05/20/2015 | FSL notes: Rays' Adames shows his value
Part of the Rays' return for David Price, Charlotte shortstop Willy Adames is motivated to prove his place as a top prospect. "The trade makes me work even harder to get to the Major Leagues," he said.

05/20/2015 | Carolina notes: Michalczewski having fun
Winston-Salem's Trey Michalczewski has adjusted quickly in his second taste of the Carolina League, a hurdle he overcame thanks to lessons learned from his uncle as a child.

05/20/2015 | Prospect Roundup: Games of May 19
The Red Sox's Carlos Asuaje drove in a career-high four while Royals' Brandon Finnegan notched his first pro save and Astros' Vincent Velazquez got his first Double-A win.

05/20/2015 | Rawhide's Palka finds twice as much power
After falling a home run shy of the cycle on Monday, D-backs' No. 27 prospect Daniel Palka belts two long balls as Visalia tops Lake Elsinore, 9-3, on Tuesday.

05/20/2015 | Gallo's power ends RoughRiders' skid
Joey Gallo hit a pair of homers, including an inside-the-park shot, and drove in a season-high six runs Tuesday as Double-A Frisco beat Midland, 15-7, to snap a 12-game losing streak.

05/20/2015 | Reyes, Gonzalez lead way for Shorebirds
Orioles' No. 11 prospect Jomar Reyes plates career-high five while No. 15 Brian Gonzalez carried a perfect game into the sixth in Delmarva's 8-2 win over Lakewood.

05/19/2015 | Buxton's skills on display for Lookouts
Byron Buxton hit his second career grand slam after singling, stealing a base and scoring a run to set the tone in Double-A Chattanooga's 10-3 win over Montgomery on Tuesday night.

05/19/2015 | Mella pitches 6 2/3 shutout innings
Keury Mella allowed three hits and a walk while striking out four batters over 6 2/3 innings in San Jose's 2-0 blanking of visiting Modesto on Tuesday night.

05/19/2015 | Mondesi lofts first long ball for Naturals
In just his fourth game since returning from a lower back injury, Raul Mondesi slugged his first Double-A homer as Northwest Arkansas beat Arkansas, 8-7, on Tuesday.

05/19/2015 | Wall records first multi-homer game
No. 6 Colorado prospect Forrest Wall homered twice and plated four runs in Class A Asheville's 7-3 victory over visiting Kannapolis on Tuesday evening.

05/19/2015 | Santana, Correa go deep in Fresno rout
On a day when the Grizzlies hit six homers as a club, Astros No. 3 prospect Domingo Santana went deep twice and top Carlos Correa hit his first Triple-A dinger in Fresno's 12-2 win at El Paso.

05/19/2015 | Prospect Roundup: Games of May 18
In today's Prospect Roundup, another solid start for the Twins' Jose Berrios and the Royals' Chase Vallot hits his first full-season home run with Lexington.

05/19/2015 | Nationals promote Difo from Harrisburg
Nationals No. 7 prospect Wilmer Difo, who's played only 14 games above the Class A Advanced level, was promoted to the big leagues from Double-A Harrisburg.

05/19/2015 | Southern notes: Pizzano proves he's ready
Dario Pizzano under-performed after his call-up to Double-A Jackson last season, but the Columbia grad has quickly learned what it takes to succeed in his second go-round with the Generals.

05/19/2015 | EL notes: Light shines brighter in bullpen
After making 49 starts over his first three seasons since Boston selected him 37th overall in the 2012 Draft, 6-foot-5 right-hander Pat Light is enjoying a move to the bullpen with the Portland Sea Dogs.

05/19/2015 | Texas notes: Anderson on right course
A star quarterback in high school, Tulsa right-hander Chris Anderson thought his future was in football, but a leg injury side-tracked those plans and sent him on a path toward a career in baseball.

05/19/2015 | BlueClaws salute fan favorite Letterman
The Lakewood BlueClaws salute retiring late-night TV icon David Letterman, while A-Rod gets a unique tribute in Charlotte and West Virginia embraces its "redneck" fan base.

05/19/2015 | Barreto homers twice to lead Stockton
Oakland's No. 2 prospect Franklin Barreto drove in a career-high five runs to lead Class A Advanced Stockton to an 11-6 win over Modesto on Monday night.

05/19/2015 | McMullen delivers career night for Bandits
After shortening his swing, Astros prospect Sean McMullen amassed four hits, six RBIs and three runs scored as Quad Cities topped Clinton, 14-10, on Monday.

05/19/2015 | Milone ties career high with 13 strikeouts
Making just his sixth Minor League start in four years, Tommy Milone went the distance, scattering six hits over nine innings in Rochester's 3-0 win over Durham.

05/19/2015 | Chiefs' Gomber hurls one-hitter to win duel
In a rematch of their last start, Peoria's Austin Gomber tossed six one-hit innings while Cedar Rapids' Mat Batts struck out a career-high 12 in the Chiefs' 1-0 victory.

05/18/2015 | Giron debuts with six-hit night for TinCaps
Promoted from extended spring training earlier in the day, Ruddy Giron went 6-for-6 with a homer in the ninth in his Midwest League debut for Class A Fort Wayne.

05/18/2015 | Nats' Valdez throws seven hitless innings
Nationals prospect Phillips Valdez pitched seven hitless innings and reliever Justin Amlung fell one strike short of a combined no-hitter as Hagerstown blanked Greensboro, 5-0, on Monday.

05/18/2015 | Moncada hitless, but scores twice in debut
Making his professional debut, top Red Sox prospect Yoan Moncada made some impressive plays and one error in Greenville's 13-11 loss to Lexington on Monday.

05/18/2015 | Biscuits' Snell keeps zeros coming
Rays No. 9 prospect Blake Snell extended his season-opening scoreless streak to 46 innings Monday with six more frames in Double-A Montgomery's 4-2 win over Chattanooga.

05/18/2015 | Dodgers' Urias to have cosmetic eye surgery
Dodgers left-hander Julio Urias will miss a month after undergoing cosmetic surgery on his left eye. Urias has had three operations on the eye to remove a benign mass.

05/18/2015 | Pitchers of the Week
Among the latest Pitchers of the Week, Charlotte's Buddy Borden gets more recognition after his no-hitter and Kannapolis' Jordan Guerrero

05/18/2015 | Offensive Players of the Week
Fresno first baseman Jon Singleton hit three grand slams and drove in 23 runs last week to headline the Minor League Offensive Players of the Week.

05/18/2015 | Prospect Roundup: Games of May 17
In today's Prospect Roundup, Cubs youngster Gleyber Torres continues to dominate the Midwest League and the Angels' Andrew Heaney makes his bid for a promotion.

05/18/2015 | PawSox owner Skeffington passes away
James Skeffington, a Rhode Island attorney who orchestrated the purchase of the Pawtucket Red Sox in February, died Sunday night of a heart attack. He was 73.

05/18/2015 | IL notes: Thompson seeks middle ground
Trayce Thompson, whose father and two brothers are NBA veterans, has experienced highs and lows in his Minor League career. Now he's trying to find a middle ground.

05/18/2015 | PCL notes: Grizzlies' Singleton on a tear
While the arrival of top Astros prospect Carlos Correa grabbed the headlines, Fresno Grizzlies teammate Jon Singleton put together an unforgettable 23-RBI week.

05/18/2015 | Lindor collects three more hits for Clippers
Francisco Lindor went 3-for-5 with an RBI and a run scored to extend his hitting streak to 10 games on Sunday afternoon as Triple-A Columbus topped Pawtucket, 4-1.

05/17/2015 | Cone leads Mavericks' home run spree
A day after going yard twice, Rangers prospect Zach Cone hit one of High Desert's five home runs Sunday as the Mavericks rolled to a 14-1 romp over visiting Bakersfield.

05/17/2015 | Jenkins survives bumpy outing for M-Braves
Atlanta's No. 9 prospect Tyrell Jenkins didn't have his changeup or his best command, but still pitched seven shutout innings in Mississippi's 3-2 win Sunday.

05/17/2015 | Blair executes in longest career start
No. 3 D-backs prospect Aaron Blair fanned a season-high nine while working around an unearned run over 7 2/3 innings before the BayBears edged the Barons, 4-3, in walk-off fashion.

05/17/2015 | Tortugas' Stephens produces longest outing
One year after being kept in extended spring training due to elbow soreness, Reds No. 15 prospect Jackson Stephens tossed a career-best 7 1/3 scoreless innings in Daytona's 4-2 win over Clearwater.

05/17/2015 | 'Riders' Refsnyder ends power outage
Rob Refsnyder came through with his first two homers of the season on Sunday afternoon, powering Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre to a 5-0 blanking of Durham.

05/17/2015 | Moncada to debut Monday with Greenville
After more than a month in extended spring training, top Red Sox prospect Yoan Moncada will make his Class A debut Monday with the Greenville Drive on MiLB.TV.

05/17/2015 | Hot Rods' Honeywell flirts with history again
Brent Honeywell struck out eight over seven hitless innings on Sunday afternoon, pitching Class A Bowling Green to an 8-3 victory over visiting Fort Wayne.

05/17/2015 | Schwarber stays hot, homers twice
Kyle Schwarber plated three runs and caught Frank Bautista's three-hitter in Tennessee's 5-0 win over Jackson in the first game of Sunday's doubleheader.

05/17/2015 | Prospect Roundup: Games of May 16
In today's Prospect Roundup, the Rangers' Nick Williams homers twice, the Cubs' Albert Almora goes yard and the White Sox' Tim Anderson gets five hits.

05/17/2015 | Grizzlies' Correa racks up three more hits
Carlos Correa continued the strong start to his Triple-A tenure, ripping three hits, including a double, as Fresno held off El Paso, 5-2, on Saturday night.

05/17/2015 | Facing veterans, Adames has career night
Facing a trio of rehabbing Major Leaguers, Willy Adames collected a career-high four hits and drove in three runs Saturday night in Class A Advanced Charlotte's 10-4 win over St. Lucie.

05/17/2015 | Buxton snaps out of slump in big way
Mired in a 1-for-21 slump, Byron Buxton smacked three hits, drove in two runs and scored twice Saturday night to lead Double-A Chattanooga to a 10-9 triumph over Montgomery.

05/17/2015 | Borenstein cycles in BayBears defeat
Zach Borenstein hit for the cycle for the second time in 13 months on Saturday night, but Double-A Mobile fell to visiting Birmingham, 10-9.

05/17/2015 | Martin uses key groundouts to cruise to win
Brett Martin notched his third straight win after recording a career-high six strikeouts over seven two-hit innings in Hickory's 5-0 win at Augusta on Saturday night.

05/16/2015 | Redbirds' Cooney takes no-no into seventh
Tim Cooney took a no-hitter into the seventh and pitched a season-high 7 2/3 innings Saturday night as Triple-A Memphis shut out visiting Omaha, 5-0.

05/16/2015 | Hursh bounces back from rough stretch
Jason Hursh allowed three hits and a walk while striking out four over six innings Saturday night, pitching Double-A Mississippi to a 1-0 whitewash at Pensacola.

05/16/2015 | McAvoy dominates in Salem shutout
Kevin McAvoy gave up one hits, a fourth-inning single, over seven innings, retiring the final 10 batters to face him, as Salem defeated Winston-Salem, 4-0, on Saturday.

05/16/2015 | Prospect Roundup: Games of May 15
In today's Prospect Roundup, Detroit's Steven Moya hits his first Triple-A home run, Cleveland's Francisco Lindor triples and plates three, and Boston's Henry Owens twirls six shutout innings.

05/16/2015 | Scorching Singleton belts another slam
Jon Singleton hit his third grand slam in five games and drove home five runs -- giving him 23 over that same span -- as Triple-A Fresno rolled by Albuquerque, 8-3, on Friday.

05/16/2015 | Nola shows competitive edge in fifth win
Aaron Nola allowed four hits and struck out three over six innings to win his fourth straight start Friday night as Double-A Reading blanked Erie, 2-0.

05/16/2015 | Sano powers Lookouts with pair of homers
Miguel Sano continued his May resurgence with two home runs, including a go-ahead two-run blast in the 10th inning, as Double-A Chattanooga beat Birmingham, 7-5, on Friday.

05/16/2015 | Schiraldi dominates in L-Kings' shutout
Lukas Schiraldi tossed a career-best 7 2/3 innings, striking out eight and allowing three hits and three walks on Friday night in Class A Clinton's 9-0 victory at Burlington.

05/16/2015 | Roberson's cycle sparks Sea Dogs' win
Tim Roberson slapped a go-ahead two-run triple -- his first in nearly a year -- in the 10th inning to complete the cycle and give Portland a 13-11 come-from-behind win at New Britain on Friday.

05/15/2015 | Downes looking up after 5-for-5 night
Brandon Downes went 5-for-5, scored twice and drove in a run to break out of a slump and lead Class A Lexington to a 9-3 victory over Savannah on Friday night.

05/15/2015 | Loons' Holmes fans seven, blanks Cubs
Dodgers No. 3 prospect Grant Holmes struck out seven over six innings of two-hit ball on Friday night, pitching Class A Great Lakes to a 1-0 blanking of visiting South Bend.

05/15/2015 | Schwarber sparks Smokies' comeback
Kyle Schwarber recorded his second straight three-hit night, fell a triple short of the cycle and drove in three runs Friday as Double-A Tennessee rallied past Montgomery, 9-4.

05/15/2015 | Dash's Leyer allows one hit in six innings
Robinson Leyer allowed one hit over six dominant innings but lost a chance at his first win since last summer as Class A Salem rallied in the 11th inning to overcome Winston-Salem, 6-3, on Friday night.

05/15/2015 | Mets prospect Jacquez suspended 50 games
Mets Minor League reliever Ricky Jacquez was suspended for 50 games on Friday after a second positive test for a drug of abuse.

05/15/2015 | Astros call up No. 10 prospect McCullers
Lance McCullers, the Astros' No. 10 prospect, will skip Triple-A Fresno and join the Major League team this weekend ahead of his expected big league debut on Monday against Oakland.

05/15/2015 | Six Mudcats on DL following bus accident
Lucas Sims was among three players added to the disabled list on Friday, bringing the total number of injured Carolina Mudcats to six in the wake of an accident involving the team bus.

05/15/2015 | Toolshed: Explaining the Super Two cutoff's Sam Dykstra explains why arbitration rules mean we may not see some of the game's top prospects make the Majors until the middle of June.

05/15/2015 | Regan recalls memories of Dodgertown
Former Dodgers right-hander Phil Regan, now a pitching coach, recalls his memories of bonding with teammates and the culture of baseball during the 1950s and 60s at Dodgertown in Vero Beach.

05/15/2015 | Prospect Roundup: Games of May 14
In today's Prospect Roundup, Boston's Brian Johnson throws 6 2/3 strong innings, Colorado's David Dahl homers again and Tampa Bay's Jake Bauers triple doubles.

05/15/2015 | Marauders' Meadows keys win with fifth hit
No. 4 Pittsburgh prospect Austin Meadows slapped out five hits and drove in the go-ahead run in Class A Advanced Bradenton's 7-6 win in 12 innings at Brevard County.

05/15/2015 | Giants' Pence homers, Blackburn dominates
Hunter Pence homered for a second straight game during his injury rehab assignment and Clayton Blackburn dominated as Sacramento defeated Las Vegas, 6-5.

05/15/2015 | McKinney doubles twice in Double-A debut
Outfielder Billy McKinney, the Cubs' No. 8 prospect, doubled twice, scored a run and added an RBI in his Double-A debut as Tennessee routed Montgomery, 8-1.

05/14/2015 | Texas' Ortiz overpowering in second win
Luis Ortiz was brimming with confidence after tossing five scoreless innings for Class A Hickory in a 1-0 win over Augusta on Thursday. Ortiz sports a 0.40 ERA.

05/14/2015 | Naturals' Bonifacio seeing work pay off
Kansas City's No. 9 prospect Jorge Bonifacio tied a career high with five RBIs on a 3-for-4 night to help rally Northwest Arkansas past Springfield, 9-5, on Thursday.

05/14/2015 | Giolito able to bounce back with big night
Lucas Giolito established a new career high with 11 strikeouts while allowing one run on five hits over six innings as Potomac fell to Wilmington, 1-0, on Thursday.

05/14/2015 | Fightins' Lively rebounds with shutout start
Ben Lively rebounded from his worst start of the year by allowing three hits over seven innings for his third win as Double-A Reading blanked Erie, 2-0, on Thursday.

05/14/2015 | Astros' McCullers, Cubs' McKinney move up
Astros No. 10 prospect Lance McCullers has been promoted to Triple-A Fresno while No. 8 Cubs prospect Billy McKinney is moving on to Double-A Tennessee.

05/14/2015 | Prospect Roundup: Games of May 13
In today's Prospect Roundup, the Yankees' Rob Refsnyder gets a pair of doubles, the Rockies' David Dahl goes yard and the Brewers' Kodi Medeiros looks sharp.

05/14/2015 | MWL notes: Jays' Alford shows high ceiling
Limited to 25 games over his first three professional seasons, center fielder Anthony Alford played winter ball in Australia prior to the current campaign and is now making an impact with the Lugnuts.

05/14/2015 | SAL notes: Suns' Keller starting to rise
A 17th-round pick, Alec Keller played two games last year before a back fracture ended his season and limited his winter workouts. But the Princeton product is swinging a hot bat for Hagerstown in 2015.

05/14/2015 | Dorn continues tear with walk-off homer
Danny Dorn fell a triple shy of the cycle and cracked a 10th-inning walk-off homer to give Triple-A Reno a 4-2 win over El Paso. He's batting .511 in 12 PCL games.

05/14/2015 | Singleton sets Fresno record with 10 RBIs
Houston slugger Jon Singleton set a career high and franchise record with 10 RBIs during a two-homer, 4-for-6 performance in Fresno's 17-6 win at Albuquerque.

05/14/2015 | Cooney enjoys career night for 66ers
Harrison Cooney fanned a career-high 11 batters while giving up a run on three hits over six innings Wednesday night before Inland Empire dropped a 5-4, 11-inning decision to Lake Elsinore.

05/13/2015 | Lugnuts' Tellez homers on four-hit night
Rowdy Tellez went 4-for-5 with a homer, three doubles, three RBIs and a pair of runs scored Wednesday night as Class A Lansing topped South Bend, 6-4.

05/13/2015 | Carolina notes: Tribe's Plutko feels blessed
Indians prospect Adam Plutko took his time before diving into pro baseball, crediting his development at UCLA for his smooth transition into the Minors last year and with the Hillcats this season.

05/13/2015 | The Show Before the Show: Episode 7
On this week's The Show Before the Show, Tyler Maun and Jake Seiner talk Carlos Correa with Corpus Christi hitting coach Dan Radison.

05/13/2015 | Bees' Rhoades falls short in no-hit bid
Jeremy Rhoades took a no-hitter in the eighth inning before allowing three runs on three hits over 7 1/3 innings as Burlington fell to Kane County, 3-1, on Wednesday.

05/13/2015 | Stephenson dominates in first 2015 win
Cincinnati righty Robert Stephenson allowed one unearned run on two hits over five frames before exiting early due to heat as Pensacola topped Jacksonville, 5-1.

05/13/2015 | Ziomek sharp over eight scoreless innings
Kevin Ziomek allowed three hits and tied a season high with eight strikeouts over eight innings on Wednesday night as Class A Advanced Lakeland blanked Jupiter, 2-0.

05/13/2015 | Mariners' Blash homers twice, plates seven
Mariners prospect Jabari Blash homered twice and knocked in a career-high seven runs in Double-A Jackson's 14-10 loss to Biloxi on Wednesday afternoon.

05/13/2015 | Berrios completes first nine-inning shutout
Twins No. 4 prospect Jose Berrios threw his first nine-inning shutout Wednesday and moved into the Minor League strikeout lead in Double-A Chattanooga's 3-0 win over Birmingham.

05/13/2015 | Borden throws no-no; Crabs turn triple play
Rays prospect Buddy Borden threw a seven-inning no-hitter as Class A Advanced Charlotte defeated Clearwater, 5-0, in a game that also featured a triple play turned by shortstop Willy Adames.

05/13/2015 | Cal notes: O'Neill heating up for Blaze
There are few Cal League hitters hotter than Tyler O'Neill, and the Blaze outfielder has a big-name player he tries to emulate. "I've always kind of followed the way Albert Pujols swings the bat."

05/13/2015 | Prospect Roundup: Games of May 12
Phillies' No. 3 prospect Maikel Franco delivered three RBIs for Lehigh Valley while Andrew Heaney fanned seven for Triple-A Salt Lake City on Tuesday.

05/13/2015 | Stock Watch: Twins' duo carving up MWL
Twins prospects Stephen Gonsalves and Felix Jorge have both dominated with Cedar Rapids this year with just average velocity. Find out how in this week's edition of Stock Watch.

05/13/2015 | FSL notes: Coulter comfortable with switch
Clint Coulter is hitting even better in the tougher Florida State League than he did last year in the Midwest League. That Milwaukee's No. 4 prospect is now an outfielder rather than a catcher is no coincidence.

05/13/2015 | Radack slaps out five hits for Chiefs
Collin Radack capped a career-best 5-for-6 night with an RBI double in the 11th inning on Tuesday night, helping Class A Peoria outlast Cedar Rapids, 5-3.

05/13/2015 | Correa gets hit, flashes leather in PCL debut
Making his Triple-A debut, Houston prospect Carlos Correa notched his first Pacific Coast League hit and played impressive defense as Fresno topped Albuquerque, 6-4.

05/13/2015 | Bandy homers twice, stays hot for Bees
Jett Bandy went 3-for-4 with a pair of homers, four RBIs and a walk on Tuesday night, powering Triple-A Salt Lake to a 4-3 road win over Tacoma.

05/13/2015 | Snell extends shutout streak to 40 innings
Rays lefty Blake Snell added seven scoreless frames to his silent start to the season while Daniel Robertson collected seven hits for the Biscuits in the doubleheader.

05/12/2015 | Nicolino finds positives in 'subpar' start
Justin Nicolino scattered eight hits over six innings to lower his PCL-leading ERA to 1.55 and help Triple-A New Orleans blank visiting Oklahoma City, 5-0, on Tuesday night.

05/12/2015 | Lopez remains unscored upon for P-Nats
Reynaldo Lopez gave up four hits and struck out six over six innings to improve to 2-0 as Class A Advanced Potomac defeated Wilmington, 2-0, on Tuesday.

05/12/2015 | Hungry Beck sharp in Knights' shutout
Chris Beck gave up one hit and struck out five over six innings to earn his second straight win Tuesday night as Triple-A Charlotte blanked visiting Louisville, 4-0.

05/12/2015 | Mets' Smith breaks out of FSL slump
After entering the day with a .157 average, Mets prospect Dominic Smith went 3-for-4 with a double, four RBIs and three runs scored in St. Lucie's 12-6 win over Tampa.

05/12/2015 | Prospect Roundup: Games of May 11
In today's Prospect Roundup, Twins prospects Byron Buxton and Adam Brett Walker go long yet again while the Mariners' Edwin Diaz stays hot in Bakersfield.

05/12/2015 | Bus carrying Carolina Mudcats crashes
A bus carrying the Class A Advanced Carolina Mudcats lost control and flipped on its side early Tuesday morning. Seven players and one team trainer were taken to a nearby hospital and later released.

05/12/2015 | Southern notes: Berrios a complete pitcher
Chattanooga righty Jose Berrios has introduced a two-seam fastball to his pitching repertoire, making him even harder to hit. But that's not even the biggest change this season for the Twins prospect.

05/12/2015 | EL notes: Williamson gets back into swing
Giants prospect Mac Williamson missed most of 2014 following Tommy John surgery, but the 24-year-old outfielder hasn't missed a beat in his Double-A debut with the Richmond Flying Squirrels.

05/12/2015 | Texas notes: Starling starts to 'figure it out'
Bubba Starling's Northwest Arkansas teammates like to attribute his power surge to a clubhouse dare. It likely has more to do with a simplified approach and some offseason advice from a Hall of Famer.

05/12/2015 | For beer and baseball, Bowie hosts 1K race
Fans in Bowie will get another chance for glory at the team's annual 1K Beer Race, while the Durham Bulls dress their players up like C-3PO and Charlotte honors a few Negro League legends.

05/12/2015 | Franco homers as callup approaches
As expectations for promotion rose, No. 3 Phillies prospect Maikel Franco took flight in his own way Monday, going yard in Lehigh Valley's 6-2 loss to Columbus.

05/12/2015 | Cards' Reyes racks up career-high 11 K's
St. Louis' No. 3 prospect Alex Reyes matched a career high with 11 strikeouts over six innings as Class A Advanced Palm Beach rallied in the 10th inning to defeat Daytona.

05/12/2015 | Almonte, Fuenmayor lead way for Naturals
Right-hander Miguel Almonte tossed five two-hit frames and first baseman Balbino Fuenmayor went yard twice as Northwest Arkansas surged to a 5-3 win at Arkansas.

05/12/2015 | Bradley blasts pair to lead Captains' rout
In his second game back from an oblique strain, Cleveland's No. 10 Indians prospect Bobby Bradley drove in five to lead Lake County to a 16-5 win over Fort Wayne.

05/11/2015 | Bandits' Mengden fires six two-hit innings
Houston's No. 22 prospect Daniel Mengden allowed two singles over six innings to help Quad Cities beat Beloit, 8-0, for the River Bandits' 12th straight win Monday night.

05/11/2015 | Pompey, Norris pushing reset button
Dalton Pompey went 4-for-5 with an RBI double and three runs scored and top Blue Jays prospect Daniel Norris struck out seven batters as Buffalo beat Durham, 9-4, on Monday.

05/11/2015 | Twins' Dean fires complete-game shutout
Twins left-hander Pat Dean is authoring a comeback in Rochester. His three-hitter Monday in the Red Wings' 4-0 win marked his second career nine-inning shutout.

05/11/2015 | Astros' Correa promoted to Triple-A Fresno
The Astros announced on Monday that they had promoted shortstop Carlos Correa to Triple-A Fresno. Correa led the Texas League in multiple categories, including average and home runs.

05/11/2015 | Intimidators' Guerrero rebounds with 10 K's
No. 28 White Sox prospect Jordan Guerrero struck out 10 and allowed only two hits and two walks over seven scoreless innings Monday in Class A Kannapolis' 7-3 win over Lexington.

05/11/2015 | Pitchers of the Week
Braves No. 2 prospect Matt Wisler and Dodgers No. 7 prospect Jose De Leon highlight the Minor League Pitchers of the Week for the week ending on May 10.

05/11/2015 | Offensive Players of the Week
Backed by a .429 average and 10 RBIs, Astros shortstop Carlos Correa leads the charge among prospects named Offensive Players of the Week for the week ending May 10.

05/11/2015 | Prospect Roundup: Games of May 10
In today's Prospect Roundup, the Rangers' Joey Gallo bashes another homer and the Rockies' Jon Gray bounces back with a solid start.

05/11/2015 | IL notes: Bradley going 'with the flow'
Jackie Bradley Jr. has been recalled from Triple-A Pawtucket twice in the first five weeks of the big league season. "You just go with the flow," the outfield prospect said.

05/11/2015 | PCL notes: Matz makes it all the way back
Like many pitchers, Steven Matz is throwing better than ever after undergoing Tommy John surgery. But it took the Mets prospect longer than most to feel symptom-free.

05/10/2015 | Matz turns in another scoreless day for 51s
Steven Matz continued the impressive start to his first season in the Pacific Coast League on Sunday, striking out seven over seven scoreless innings in Triple-A Las Vegas' 3-2 loss at El Paso.

05/10/2015 | De Leon honors his mother on mound
Right-hander Jose De Leon struck out 12 batters for the second consecutive start while Cody Bellinger homered for the third straight game for Rancho Cucamonga.

05/10/2015 | Walker, Lookouts wrap strong homestand
Minnesota's No. 13 prospect Adam Brett Walker II homered and matched Miguel Sano with a game-high four RBIs as Chattanooga routed Jackson, 16-3, on Sunday.

05/10/2015 | Hamilton starts rehab stint, singles off Zito
In his first game since undergoing shoulder surgery in February, Josh Hamilton went 1-for-3 with a single on Sunday as Triple-A Round Rock was blanked, 7-0, by Barry Zito and Nashville.

05/10/2015 | Barons' Hawkins homers off passing train
Courtney Hawkins went 2-for-3 with a home run that smacked off a passing freight train Sunday afternoon in Double-A Birmingham's 10-4 win at Montgomery.

05/10/2015 | Tourists' Rodriguez bests brother in gem
While facing his twin brother for the first time, No. 30 Rockies prospect Helmis Rodriguez allowed only two hits in seven innings as Asheville blanked Lakewood, 2-0.

05/10/2015 | Fightins' Nola strikes out career-high eight
Aaron Nola struck out a career-high eight batters and allowed one run over eight innings to help Double-A Reading to a 4-1 win over host Erie on Sunday.

05/10/2015 | Lopez dominates in Shuckers' shutout
Jorge Lopez tied a career high with eight strikeouts and allowed one hit over seven innings Sunday as Double-A Biloxi blanked Mississippi, 2-0.

05/10/2015 | Prospect Roundup: Games of May 9
Today's Prospect Roundup includes notes on the Yankees' Eric Jagielo, Rays' Daniel Robertson, Twins' Felix Jorge, Rangers' Nick Williams and more.

05/10/2015 | O'Neill belts a pair of homers for Blaze
Tyler O'Neill hammered two-run homers in his first two trips to the plate Saturday night, extending his hitting streak to seven games in Bakersfield's 8-6 loss to visiting Visalia.

05/10/2015 | Kirkland plates seven in RockHounds' rout
Wade Kirkland slugged a grand slam, collected a career-high seven RBIs and fell a double shy of the cycle Saturday as Double-A Midland totaled 25 hits in a 23-8 romp over Frisco.

05/09/2015 | Michalczewski flirts with cycle, plates four
Trey Michalczewski went 3-for-4 and fell a double short of the cycle in Winston-Salem's 6-1 win over Myrtle Beach in the nightcap of Saturday's doubleheader.

05/09/2015 | At long last, Burgamy debuts at Triple-A
It took parts of 14 professional seasons and more than 1,400 games, but Brian Burgamy finally made his Triple-A debut on Saturday in Oklahoma City's 6-1 win at Omaha.

05/09/2015 | Crabs' Faria handles mental side, Mets
After learning to focus on one pitch at a time, Rays prospect Jacob Faria bounced back from a tough start and tossed seven scoreless innings Saturday as Charlotte beat St. Lucie, 5-2.

05/09/2015 | Anderson cycles way into Barons' history
Tim Anderson's seventh-inning homer completed Birmingham's first cycle in nearly five years on Saturday night as the Barons held on for an 8-7 victory at Montgomery.

05/09/2015 | Sano clubs sixth Southern League homer
Miguel Sano slugged his sixth homer of the season, doubled, walked and scored twice Saturday night as Double-A Chattanooga defeated visiting Jackson, 7-4.

05/09/2015 | Franco bounces back in Hot Rods' win
Enderson Franco gave up three hits over seven scoreless innings to earn his third win of the season Saturday as Class A Bowling Green shut down South Bend, 4-1.

05/09/2015 | Scorching Flande tosses one-hit shutout
Veteran southpaw Yohan Flande tossed a one-hitter for his first complete-game shutout in nearly six years Saturday as Double-A New Britain blanked Portland, 3-0.

05/09/2015 | Prospect Roundup: Games of May 8
White Sox No. 8 prospect Trey Michalczewski hit three doubles and drove in four runs for Winston-Salem while Twins Byron Buxton and Jose Berrios led Chattanooga.

05/09/2015 | Former top pick Tate posts three-hit night
Donavan Tate, the third overall pick in the 2009 Draft, registered three hits in a game for the first time in three years Friday night as Class A Advanced Lake Elsinore fell at Lancaster, 7-6.

05/09/2015 | Missions' Turner collects four hits, four RBIs
Trea Turner went 4-for-6 with a career-high four RBIs while falling a triple shy of the cycle Saturday as Double-A San Antonio cruised to a 12-2 rout at Frisco.

05/09/2015 | Hooks' Velasquez fans 10 in season debut
Returning after a long recovery from a lat strain, Vincent Velasquez struck out 10 and allowed one run over five innings in his Double-A debut Friday night in Corpus Christi's 4-3 loss to Midland.

05/09/2015 | Decker, Chihuahuas end 51s' winning streak
Cody Decker belted a two-run homer in the first inning and a grand slam in the second on Friday night as Triple-A El Paso beat Las Vegas, 10-6, ending the 51s' 14-game winning streak.

05/09/2015 | Bandits' Bostick excels in 2015 debut
Akeem Bostick gave up one hit over five scoreless innings in his season debut Friday as Class A Quad Cities defeated Wisconsin, 11-6, for its 10th straight win.

05/08/2015 | Sand Gnats' Meisner flirts with perfection
Casey Meisner tossed 6 1/3 perfect innings before allowing a run on two hits in the seventh on Friday night as Class A Savannah held on for a 5-1 triumph at Greenville.

05/08/2015 | IronPigs' Franco stays on early-season roll
Maikel Franco homered and fell a triple short of the cycle in his third straight multi-hit game Friday night as Triple-A Lehigh Valley defeated visiting Gwinnett, 4-3.

05/08/2015 | Syndergaard to make Major League debut
Mets top prospect Noah Syndergaard is expected to be promoted from Triple-A Las Vegas and make his big league debut on Tuesday against the Cubs at Wrigley Field.

05/08/2015 | DSL Reds pitchers Ayala, Telleria suspended
Reds pitching prospects David Ayala and Adolfi Telleria were suspended 25 games apiece free agent right-hander Dawson Brown was banned 50 games for violating the Minor League drug program.

05/08/2015 | Sox's Kukuk pleads no contest to robbery
Red Sox prospect Cody Kukuk faces up to nearly 43 years in prison after pleading no contest Thursday to aggravated robbery, robbery and aggravated burglary, according to the Lawrence Journal-World.

05/08/2015 | Toolshed: Who's hot start will hold up?
The first month of the season for Carlos Correa and Eduardo Rodriguez have been just as good as you think while you might consider Carlos Sanchez and Trevor Story to drop off soon.

05/08/2015 | Pierson striving to promote diversity
Vincent Pierson, Minor League Baseball's new Manager of Diversity and Inclusion, is on a mission to increase minority involvement in the Minors, a role he likened to continuing Jackie Robinson's legacy.

05/08/2015 | Prospect Roundup: Games of May 7
In today's Prospect Roundup, the Tigers' Buck Farmer strikes out eight, the Braves Ozhaino Albies runs wild and the Dodgers' Julio Urias is strong yet again.

05/08/2015 | JetHawks' Holmes racks up 10 strikeouts
Brian Holmes matched a career high with 10 K's over six innings to help lead Class A Advanced Lancaster to a 2-0 victory over Stockton on Thursday night.

05/08/2015 | Nuts righty Wade extinguishes Blaze
Colorado prospect Konner Wade permitted just two hits and a walk while fanning seven over eight innings in Class A Advanced Modesto's 5-0 win over Bakersfield.

05/07/2015 | Look out, Sano is flourishing in May
Minnesota's No. 2 prospect Miguel Sano collected three hits, raising his May average to .271, and No. 1 Carlos Correa added a two-run triple as Chattanooga routed Jackson, 10-4.

05/07/2015 | Mets' Garcia gets four hits in second game
Eudor Garcia, the Mets' 2014 fourth-round pick, collected four hits in his second game with Class A Savannah in Thursday's 7-5 win over Greenville in 11 innings.

05/07/2015 | Correa backs McCullers in Hooks victory
Lance McCullers scattered three hits over five shutout innings and top Astros prospect Carlos Correa provided the offense as Corpus Christi beat Midland, 3-1.

05/07/2015 | Parry shores up 'Birds' fifth shutout
Baltimore lefty Bennett Parry allowed two hits over six innings in Class A Delmarva's 6-0 win over Asheville. The Shorebirds lead the South Atlantic League with five shutouts.

05/07/2015 | With Brett's advice, Starling stays hot
After scuffling in his first few Double-A games, Royals outfielder Bubba Starling has homered in three straight games, including the Naturals' 13-8 loss to the Cardinals.

05/07/2015 | Lopez shines in debut for Potomac
Reynaldo Lopez allowed two hits over five scoreless innings in his season and Carolina League debut as Potomac defeated Wilmington, 2-1, in the first game of Thursday's twinbill.

05/07/2015 | MWL notes: Holmes sharpens his focus
Great Lakes right-hander Grant Holmes has shown maturity beyond his 19 years, working in extra bullpen sessions to take the next step in his development with the Dodgers.

05/07/2015 | Biscuits' Snell continues scoreless streak
Rays No. 10 prospect Blake Snell extended his season-opening scoreless streak to 33 innings with six frames in Double-A Montgomery's 8-7 win over Birmingham on Thursday.

05/07/2015 | Syndergaard nearly cycles, 51s extend streak
Top Mets prospect Noah Syndergaard pitched eight strong innings and fell a triple shy of hitting for the cycle as Triple-A Las Vegas won its 14th straight game in an 8-2 victory at Albuquerque on Thursday afternoon.

05/07/2015 | The Show Before the Show: Episode 6
In Episode 6 of The Show Before the Show podcast, Tyler Maun and Jake Seiner talk to Las Vegas pitching coach Frank Viola about Noah Syndergaard and Steven Matz.

05/07/2015 | Batting Around: PawSox park update
The Triple-A Pawtucket Red Sox unveiled their plans for a new stadium in Providence, but the public financing portion of those plans is undergoing plenty of scrutiny.

05/07/2015 | SAL notes: Morgan overcomes obstacles
Born in Corona, California, Josh Morgan experienced numerous highs and lows while growing up, but the Hickory infielder persevered by remaining focused on his desire to make the most of his talent.

05/07/2015 | Prospect Roundup: Games of May 6
In today's Prospect Roundup, the Royals' Bubba Starling homers for a second straight game and the Indians' Clint Frazier gets his first round-tripper of 2015.

05/07/2015 | Grizzlies' Singleton goes yard twice
Jon Singleton bashed two homers and collected four RBIs during a 3-for-3 performance on Wednesday night, powering Triple-A Fresno to a 7-3 victory over visiting El Paso.

05/07/2015 | Reed completes hat trick in JetHawks' rout
A.J. Reed slugged three homers, the first three-homer of the Minor League season, while playing a career-high nine runs to lead Lancaster past Stockton, 18-4, on Wednesday.

05/06/2015 | Graveman gets Sounds back in tune
Kendall Graveman allowed four hits and recorded 13 ground-ball outs over seven innings on Wednesday as Triple-A Nashville beat Iowa, 6-0, to snap a six-game losing streak.

05/06/2015 | Biscuits' Schultz serves up zeros at home
Jaime Schultz allowed two hits and struck out five over 6 2/3 innings to remain undefeated on the season as Double-A Montgomery defeated Birmingham, 7-0, on Wednesday.

05/06/2015 | Astros promote slugger Tucker to Majors
The Astros will call up Preston Tucker, who leads the Minors in homers and RBIs, to the big leagues Thursday to take the place of injured outfielder George Springer.

05/06/2015 | Frisco's Gallo clubs first 2015 homer
Top Texas prospect Joey Gallo hit his first homer of the season Wednesday night, but Double-A Frisco fell to San Antonio, 8-1, in the second half of a twinbill.

05/06/2015 | Crawdads' Jurado dominates in fifth win
Utilizing a swing-and-miss slider, Ariel Jurado matched a career high with 11 strikeouts over seven innings in Hickory's 1-0 victory over Greensboro on Wednesday.

05/06/2015 | Cal notes: Giants' Beede happy with sinker
Giants No. 3 prospect Tyler Beede is determined to follow in the footsteps of other former Vanderbilt aces, and he's taking tips from Sonny Gray and Tim Hudson to help take the next step.

05/06/2015 | Bucs prospect Glasnow suffers ankle injury
Pirates top prospect Tyler Glasnow left his start with Double-A Altoona on Wednesday evening with right ankle discomfort after sliding into second while running the bases.

05/06/2015 | Crawford goes yard in Threshers return
After missing a month with an oblique strain, J.P. Crawford returned Wednesday, going 2-for-3 with a homer, a walk and three RBIs in Class A Advanced Clearwater's 6-3 win over Brevard County.

05/06/2015 | Bucs' Kingham leaves start with arm pain
Pirates No. 6 prospect Nick Kingham left his start Wednesday for Triple-A Indianapolis with right elbow discomfort and will undergo further evaluation.

05/06/2015 | Mudcats' Janas flirts with perfection
Steve Janas retired the first 19 batters he faced Wednesday before giving up a single to Clint Frazier in the seventh inning of Carolina's 6-0 win over Lynchburg in the first game of a twinbill.

05/06/2015 | Prospect Roundup: Games of May 5
Nomar Mazara collected four hits and Jorge Alfaro tripled and doubled for the Frisco RoughRiders in a game suspended by rain. Watch live Wednesday as they try to seal the 'W'.

05/06/2015 | Rawhide's Cooper breaks MiLB ground
Visalia general manager Jennifer Pendergraft saw something of herself in Matt Cooper and followed through on it, making him the only Australian staffer in the Minors.

05/06/2015 | Carolina notes: McKinney on right track
Myrtle Beach outfielder Billy McKinney worked out with Addison Russell during the offseason, roomed with him in Spring Training and hopes to rejoin his "good friend" in Chicago before too long.

05/06/2015 | Stock Watch: Reds' Ervin healthy and hitting
In this week's Stock Watch, a look at Reds' outfielder Phillip Ervin, who has put a wrist injury and confidence issues behind him during a hot start with Daytona.

05/06/2015 | FSL notes: Meadows feeling well-aligned
Austin Meadows' 2014 debut suffered a late start due to lingering hamstring issues, but offseason workouts that included weekly trips to the chiropractor have the Bradenton center fielder back on track.

05/06/2015 | De Leon quiets Rawhide with 12 strikeouts
With a short-term memory on the mound and a desire to strike people out, Jose De Leon fanned 12 over seven one-hit innings Tuesday as Rancho Cucamonga beat Visalia, 7-3.

05/06/2015 | Mavericks' Jackson collects four RBIs
Texas prospect Joe Jackson -- distant relative of the famous hitter with the same name -- collected a career-high four RBIs in High Desert's 9-5 win over Inland Empire.

05/06/2015 | Dosch goes back to basics, gets four hits
After a slow start to the season, Drew Dosch has broken out for Class A Advanced Frederick. On Tuesday night, he went 4-for-5 with three RBIs in the Keys' 12-10 win over Winston-Salem.

05/06/2015 | Amidst speculation, Correa stays hot
Carlos Correa homered and drove in three runs while putting together his third straight three-hit game as Corpus Christi defeated Midland, 6-1, on Tuesday.

05/05/2015 | Cubs' Null hurls eight shutout innings
Jeremy Null, the Cubs' Minor League Pitcher of the Month for April, threw eight strong innings in his first May start as Class A South Bend blanked Great Lakes, 3-0.

05/05/2015 | Gillaspie stays hot with two-homer night
Rays No. 5 prospect Casey Gillaspie homered twice and Nick Ciuffo delivered a go-ahead RBI double Tuesday night as Class A Bowling Green edged Lake County, 8-6.

05/05/2015 | Murphy caps big day with walk-off blast
Tommy Murphy slugged two homers, including a walk-off blast, and tied a career high with six RBIs, as New Britain rallied past Harrisburg, 8-7, in 10 innings Tuesday.

05/05/2015 | Peraza collects three hits, two steals
Top Braves prospect Jose Peraza went 3-for-4 with a triple and two steals in Triple-A Gwinnett's 3-1 win over host Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Tuesday evening.

05/05/2015 | Giolito, Lopez set to join Potomac
No. 1 Washington prospect Lucas Giolito and No. 4 Reynaldo Lopez were assigned to Class A Advanced Potomac on Tuesday and will make their season debuts this week.

05/05/2015 | Prospect Roundup: Games of May 4
In today's Prospect Roundup, the Cardinals' Stephen Piscotty goes yard, the Mets' Brandon Nimmo stays hot and the Red Sox's Rafael Devers delivers yet again.

05/05/2015 | M-Braves' Lipka returning to prospect radar
After injuries hampered his last two seasons, Braves prospect Matt Lipka is batting .368 with a .410 on-base percentage through his first 23 games for Double-A Mississippi.

05/05/2015 | Texas notes: Cards' Tilson shows discipline
Springfield's Charlie Tilson is focused on being the most effective leadoff hitter he can be, and the results have been positive as the center fielder is stealing bases efficiently and reducing his strikeouts.

05/05/2015 | EL notes: Rockies' Story plays starring role
Trevor Story started to feel comfortable with Double-A pitching by the end of last season, and a stint in the Arizona Fall League helped him carry that momentum right into 2015 with the Rock Cats.

05/05/2015 | Fans to battle food in Crawdads' challenge
Fans in Hickory will try to eat, among other things, four hot dogs in 60 seconds, while Toledo fans will take a more leisurely route in sampling local treats. Plus, Star Wars and Mother's Day celebrations.

05/05/2015 | Misch beans four in frame to set PCL mark
Pat Misch has his name in the Pacific Coast League record books for a dubious achievement after hitting four batters in an inning Monday to set a circuit mark.

05/05/2015 | Thompson excites, but Correa has final say
Texas' No. 4 Rangers prospect Jake Thompson fanned a career-high 12 for Frisco, but top Houston prospect Carlos Correa gave Corpus Christi the win with a walk-off double.

05/05/2015 | McKinney's focus on helping Pelicans win
No. 8 Cubs prospect Billy McKinney went 2-for-4 with a triple, three RBIs, a walk and a run scored in the Class A Advanced Pelicans' 14-6 win over the host Hillcats.

05/05/2015 | Crooked Numbers: 66ers play small ball
In a league where power numbers are typically among the highest in the Minors, Inland Empire did the improbable on April 24, collecting 19 hits without an extra-base knock.

05/05/2015 | Holmes earns win in longest career start
Dodgers' top right-handed pitching prospect Grant Holmes got out of a bases loaded jam for his first year of the season as the Loons topped the Cubs, 2-0, on Monday.

05/04/2015 | Buxton's walk-off eclipses Flores' big day
Kendry Flores pitched eight shutout innings for Jacksonville, but after his departure, it was Chattanooga's top prospect Byron Buxton who came through with a walk-off homer.

05/04/2015 | Hardy, Flaherty contribute in Baysox rehab
Rehabbing Baltimore infielders J.J. Hardy and Ryan Flaherty contributed on offense while Branden Kline posted seven sterling innings in Bowie's 8-0 shutout of Akron.

05/04/2015 | Mets' Gsellman takes no-hitter into eighth
Righty Robert Gsellman took a no-hitter into the eighth inning, striking out six in the best start of his career as St. Lucie blanked visiting Palm Beach, 4-0, on Monday night.

05/04/2015 | Twins promote Rosario to Major Leagues
The Twins announced Monday that Eddie Rosario had been promoted to the Major Leagues to replace injured outfielder Oswaldo Arcia.

05/04/2015 | Padres make Hedges promotion official
Austin Hedges,'s No. 50 overall prospect, has been called up to Majors by the San Diego Padres, the organization officially announced Monday.

05/04/2015 | Offensive Players of the Week
Twins top prospect Byron Buxton and Pirates No. 3 prospect Josh Bell highlight the Minor League Offensive Players of the Week.

05/04/2015 | Pitchers of the Week
Noah Syndergaard picked up his first two wins of the season and then was given Pacific Coast League Pitcher of the Week honors for April 27-May 3.

05/04/2015 | Prospect Roundup: Games of May 3
In today's Prospect Roundup, the Astros' Carlos Correa keeps clubbing, the Pirates' Josh Bell triples twice and the Braves' Jose Peraza gets four hits.

05/04/2015 | IL notes: Farmer working on command
After a "whirlwind of a year" that started at Class A and featured a stop in the big leagues, Buck Farmer is back in Toledo, where he's working on improving his fastball command.

05/04/2015 | PCL notes: Kubitza has unique insight
Hitters seek any edge, any special insight they can find. Angels prospect Kyle Kubitza has a unique resource in his brother, Austin, a pitcher in the Tigers organization.

05/04/2015 | Santana leaves the yard twice for Grizzlies
Domingo Santana and Triple-A Fresno busted out of a rough patch Sunday as the Astros' No. 3 prospect homered twice and drove in four runs in a 6-5 win at Tacoma.

05/03/2015 | Wahoos' Smith fans eight in seven innings
Josh Smith has worked with catcher Chris Berset at virtually every stop of his career and credited that relationship for a successful start on Sunday with Double-A Pensacola.

05/03/2015 | Drive's Devers breaks out for career day
After going 18 games without a home run, Red Sox No. 5 prospect Rafael Devers belted a pair on Sunday, going 5-for-6 with five RBIs as Class A Greenville crushed Hagerstown, 14-4.

05/03/2015 | Pineyro, Edwards combine to blank Barons
Ivan Pineyro matched a career high with seven shutout innings and top prospect Carl Edwards Jr. recorded his first career save Sunday as Double-A Tennessee beat Birmingham, 3-0.

05/03/2015 | McKinney, Skulina star in Pelicans victory
Billy McKinney hit a pair of solo homers and Tyler Skulina struck out eight over six one-hit innings Sunday as Class A Advanced Myrtle Beach edged Lynchburg, 2-1.

05/03/2015 | Nats' Fuenmayor homers, plates five runs
Balbino Fuenmayor went 4-for-5 with a homer, two doubles, five RBIs and three runs scored Sunday as Double-A Northwest Arkansas beat Tulsa, 12-3, for its eighth straight win.

05/03/2015 | Story keeps on slugging for Rock Cats
Rockies shortstop prospect Trevor Story homered on a four-hit afternoon to lift his average to .395 and help Double-A New Britain rally for an 8-6 victory over Richmond.

05/03/2015 | Mets' Rodriguez hits slam, plates seven runs
Josh Rodriguez went 4-for-7 with a pair of homers and seven RBIs on Sunday afternoon, but Double-A Binghamton dropped a 12-11 decision to visiting New Hampshire.

05/03/2015 | Prospect Roundup: Games of May 2
In today's Prospect Roundup, the Cubs' Dan Vogelbach legs out a triple and the Red Sox's Eduardo Rodriguez continues to dominate in Triple-A.

05/03/2015 | Syndergaard dominant again for surging 51s
Noah Syndergaard turned in his second straight dominant outing on Saturday night, tying a career high with 10 strikeouts over seven shutout innings in Las Vegas' 3-0 win over Reno.

05/03/2015 | Threshers' Leibrandt hurls one-hit outing
Phillies' No. 28 prospect Brandon Liebrandt worked around a run and a hit while striking out nine to help Class A Advanced Clearwater top Dunedin, 8-2, on Saturday.

05/03/2015 | BayBears' Blair strong for seven frames
Aaron Blair gave up two hits and two walks while striking out six over seven scoreless frames Saturday before Double-A Mobile posted a 3-1, 11-inning win over Biloxi.

05/03/2015 | Buxton races for three extra-base hits
Top prospect Byron Buxton put in extra work in the offseason and the results are beginning to show as he went 3-for-5 in Chattanooga's 6-3 win against Jacksonville.

05/02/2015 | Bell's walk-off blast caps five-RBI night
Pirates' No. 3 prospect Josh Bell hit a three-run walk-off homer -- his first Double-A blast -- to cap a five-RBI performance Saturday night in Altoona's 5-3 win over Erie.

05/02/2015 | Missions' Rea dominant for eight frames
Missions right-hander Colin Rea struck out a career-high 12 batters in the first eight-inning performance of his career as San Antonio beat Midland, 3-0, on Saturday.

05/02/2015 | Superlatives piling up for Knights' Sanchez
One night after collecting five hits, Carlos Sanchez went 4-for-4 with two homers and a career-high seven RBIs on Saturday as Triple-A Charlotte beat visiting Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, 10-4.

05/02/2015 | Banuelos regaining velocity, confidence
Manny Banuelos allowed two hits and three walks while striking out three over six innings Saturday night in Triple-A Gwinnett's 5-0 blanking of visiting Toledo.

05/02/2015 | Ellis survives test in best outing for 66ers
Chris Ellis had struggled to keep control when things started turning in his first four starts. On Friday night, he turned the tide, allowing one run on one hit over six innings for Inland Empire.

05/02/2015 | Seager keeps grinding in Triple-A debut
A day after he was summoned from Double-A Tulsa, top Dodgers prospect Corey Seager singled twice and drove in a run for Oklahoma City in his Triple-A debut Friday night.

05/02/2015 | Peterson finds power stroke for Generals
D.J. Peterson cracked his first homer of the year on a four-RBI night and Danny Hultzen pitched in his first game since 2013 as Double-A Jackson beat Pensacola, 8-3, on Friday.

05/02/2015 | Reports: Swihart shipping up to Boston
The Red Sox reportedly are calling up No. 2 prospect Blake Swihart from Triple-A Pawtucket after catcher Ryan Hanigan suffered a broken hand on Friday night.

05/02/2015 | No trouble: Curve's Glasnow stars again
Pirates top prospect Tyler Glasnow struck out seven and allowed just one hit with no walks over six innings Friday night in Double-A Altoona's 2-0 blanking of Erie.

05/01/2015 | Biscuits' Snell shines in Double-A debut
Blake Snell struck out eight and allowed one hit over six scoreless innings to win his Double-A debut Friday night as Montgomery cruised to an 11-1 victory at Mississippi.

05/01/2015 | Missaki goes seven in L-Kings' no-hitter
Daniel Missaki pitched seven near-perfect innings before Kody Kerski and Troy Scott finished off a no-hitter Friday as Class A Clinton blanked Cedar Rapids, 2-0.

05/01/2015 | Polanco pitches Tourists to near-no-no
Carlos Polanco struck out 10 and didn't allow a hit through seven innings on Friday for Class A Asheville . The Tourists lost the bid on a two-out double in the ninth by Lexington's Carlos Garcia.

05/01/2015 | Indians' Hanson drawing rave reviews
Alen Hanson recorded his first Triple-A four-hit game and scored twice Friday night, helping Indianapolis cruise to a 4-0 win over visiting Lehigh Valley.

05/01/2015 | Sanchez goes 5-for-5 in Knights' loss
Carlos Sanchez went 5-for-5 for his first career five-hit game, raising his average to .378 in Triple-A Charlotte's 5-4 loss to visiting Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Friday night.

05/01/2015 | Behind the pitch clock: Tricks of the timer
Jacksonville Suns public address announcer Wes Mitchell not only has to pay attention to the names he's reading every inning, he's also been tasked with running baseball's new pitch clock.

05/01/2015 | New MLB rule to address Turner situation
Tommy John has a surgery. Mario Mendoza has a line. Trea Turner may soon have his own rule, as MLB reportedly has moved to allow teams to trade first-year players following the World Series.

05/01/2015 | Toolshed: Edwards moves to bullpen
The Cubs moved No. 3 prospect C.J. Edwards to the Double-A Tennessee bullpen to start 2015, and despite mixed results, the right-hander remains as confident as ever.

05/01/2015 | 51s' Matz fans dozen in third straight win
Hot off a no-hit bid in his last start, No. 3 Mets prospect Steven Matz set a career high in strikeouts as the Las Vegas 51s beat the Reno Aces, 7-2, on Thursday night.

05/01/2015 | Prospect Roundup: Games of April 30
In today's Prospect Roundup, the White Sox's Matt Davidson has a big night with another home run and the Brewers' Orlando Arcia gets back over .400.