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Converted reliever Ryan Brasier threw the second Minor League no-hitter in two days, going the distance in Arkansas' 4-0 victory over Tulsa.
Benjamin Hill takes a look at an organization that recognizes baseball professionals largely ignored when laurels are handed out -- scouts.
Minor League Baseball President Pat O'Conner recently spent a day in Brooklyn visiting several locations to get an idea of what the New York-Penn League Brooklyn Cyclones are doing to reach out and assist their community.
Kyle Drabek pitched a season-high seven innings for his Eastern League-best fourth win Friday as New Hampshire beat Reading, 6-3.
Fabio Martinez, Kyle Hurst and Mike Kenney combined on the second Midwest League no-hitter of the night Friday as Cedar Rapids beat Kane County.
Giants catching prospect Tommy Joseph homered in his pro debut and has been an anchor for Augusta ever since.
In his fifth professional start, Twins 2009 first-round pick Kyle Gibson pitched a complete-game one-hitter for Fort Myers.
Hector Noesi struck out a career-high 13 hitters over six innings for his Florida State League-leading fourth victory as Tampa beat Dunedin, 7-4, on Thursday.
Drew Storen was promoted to Triple-A Syracuse on Thursday, moving the talented righty one step closer to the Nationals' bullpen.
Highly touted lefty Royals prospect Mike Montgomery was promoted to Double-A Northwest Arkansas on Thursday and will start Friday for the Naturals.
R.A. Dickey allowed a leadoff single before retiring 27 straight batters as Triple-A Buffalo defeated Durham, 4-0, on Thursday.
Albuquerque's James McDonald tossed five hitless innings against Round Rock on Thursday, striking out five in the Isotopes' 3-1 victory.
Ex-MLB.com Pitcher of the Year Jason Hirsh didn't allow a hit over 7 2/3 innings in Scranton/ Wilkes-Barre's 2-1 win over Louisville on Tuesday.
Former No. 1 pick Chad Jenkins picked up his first pro win Tuesday, striking out nine over eight innings, as Lansing beat West Michigan, 6-0.
Modesto's Ethan Hollingsworth not only managed to stay dry during a rainy week, he stayed hot, as well.
Returning to Frederick -- and third base -- feels like a step forward for former first-round pick Billy Rowell.
Seemingly forgotten in the Roy Halladay trade was, Travis d'Arnaud, but the catching prospect may not be forgotten much longer.
Over his first three starts of the season, Salem's Alex Wilson was mediocre. On Wednesday afternoon, he was spectacular.
Daniel Calhoun tossed four no-hit innings, striking out four while walking two in Quad Cities' 7-6 loss to Kane County on Wednesday.
Southern League Player of the Week Carlos Peguero hit three homers and drove in four runs Wednesday as West Tenn beat Mobile, 10-3.
Aroldis Chapman allowed three runs -- two earned -- on five hits over six innings in Louisville's 5-4 loss at Scranton/Wilkes- Barre on Wednesday.
Chris Tillman pitched the Minor Leagues' first no-hitter of the season Wednesday as the Norfolk Tides beat the Gwinnett Braves, 6-0.
Wisconsin Timber Rattlers right-hander Jake Odorizzi is handling the expectations that come with being a first-round pick.
Southpaw Mauricio Robles threw six one-hit innings for his second victory of the season in West Tenn's 5-0 shutout of Mobile on Monday.
Comic books and a sci-fi appearance by Peter Mayhew of "Star Wars" join the bobblehead fray for an out-of-this-world week in the Minors.
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