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04/24/2014 | Pelicans' patient Gallo hits three homers
With advice from Jason Giambi in mind, No. 5 Rangers prospect Joey Gallo hit three homers for Myrtle Beach in a 21-6 win over Frederick on Wednesday.

04/23/2014 | MiLB names Kukulya as manager of HR
Minor League Baseball™ announced today that it has hired Amber Kukulya as Manager of Human Resources. Kukulya will develop and administer various HR plans and projects

04/23/2014 | Rockies' Winkler flirts with another no-no
Colorado right-hander Daniel Winkler hasn't gotten much publicity among prospect writers, but he was stellar again for Tulsa in a 2-0 win over Arkansas on Tuesday.

04/22/2014 | Stars' Rogers named Biloxi general manager
Buck Rogers, an 18-year Minor League Baseball executive, has been named the first General Manager in the history of the Biloxi Baseball Club.

04/22/2014 | MiLB donates to Snohomish United Way
Minor League Baseball Charities announced today that it is donating $10,000 to the United Way of Snohomish (Wash.) County's Disaster Recovery Fund to aid in the relief efforts related to the March 22 mudslide in Oso, Wash.

04/22/2014 | Jackson nearly spotless for RoughRiders
Rangers right-hander Luke Jackson has found better control of his breaking pitches. Monday, he flirted with a perfect game in Frisco's 6-0 win over San Antonio.

04/22/2014 | Clippers' Ramirez finds rare power surge
No. 8 Indians prospect Jose Ramirez has reached base every game this season. On Monday, he bypassed them with his first multihomer game in Columbus' 6-4 victory over Toledo.

04/21/2014 | Cardinals' Unger named Redbirds GM
St. Louis Cardinals executive Craig Unger has been named the new general manager of the Triple-A Memphis Redbirds, the Major League club announced Monday.

04/18/2014 | Hops, D-backs extend affiliation contract
The Hillsboro Hops announced they have extended their affiliation with Major League Baseball's Arizona Diamondbacks through the 2016 season. The Hops have been a D-backs affiliate since 2001.

04/17/2014 | MiLB, Stauffer celebrate Animal Cracker Day
For the second consecutive year, Minor League Baseball has partnered with D. F. Stauffer Biscuit Company, makers of the original Animal Crackers, on a season-long national sponsorship.

04/17/2014 | Gray gets low, finds zeros for Drillers
Rockies top prospect Jon Gray rebounded from a rocky outing with some mechanical tweaks, throwing 5 2/3 scoreless innings Wednesday in Double-A Tulsa's 7-0 win over Northwest Arkansas.

04/16/2014 | Bauer fights cold, continues promising start
Indians right-hander Trevor Bauer was stellar again Wednesday night, striking out nine over six scoreless innings as Triple-A Columbus shut down Toledo, 3-1.

04/16/2014 | San Jose's Flores flourishes on 'off night'
San Francisco's No. 20 prospect, right-hander Kendry Flores, struck out nine over six scoreless innings for San Jose in a 4-2 victory over Inland Empire on Tuesday.

04/16/2014 | Suns' Heaney tacks on six shutout frames
Marlins left-hander Andrew Heaney followed one scoreless outing with another, tossing six one-hit frames in Jacksonville's 4-0 win over Chattanooga on Tuesday.

04/15/2014 | Brantly hits new career heights at plate
Back in New Orleans to primarily work on his defense, Miami backstop Rob Brantly collected five hits and five RBIs in Monday night's 14-8 victory over Oklahoma City.

04/14/2014 | Yankees righty Mitchell strikes out 12
Yankees' No. 14 prospect Bryan Mitchell set a career high in punchouts while tossing six four-hit frames in Double-A Trenton's 2-0 victory over Akron on Monday night.

04/13/2014 | Hammerheads' Brice posts seven zeros
By his own admission, Austin Brice had a poor 2013 season. With a new routine, the Marlins prospect pitched seven solid innings Sunday as Class A Advanced Jupiter blanked Bradenton, 6-0.

04/12/2014 | Heredia pulled with shoulder discomfort
Pittsburgh's No. 10 prospect Luis Heredia was pulled from his start with West Virginia Saturday with discomfort in his throwing shoulder, the Pirates said.

04/10/2014 | L-Kings' Diaz hits 96 mph, strikes out eight
Mariners No. 4 prospect Edwin Diaz, hit 96 mph and sat between 93-95 while tossing five scoreless innings on Wednesday night as Class A Clinton beat Lake County, 4-1.

04/09/2014 | Indians' Aguilar blasts a pair for Clippers
Cleveland first-base prospect Jesus Aguilar continued his torrid start to 2014 with two homers and five RBIs for Columbus in a 6-5 win over Syracuse on Tuesday.

04/08/2014 | Boston's Webster grounds up Syracuse
Boston's No. 7 prospect Allen Webster got 10 groundouts over six one-hit shutout frames for Triple-A Pawtucket in a 7-1 victory over Syracuse on Tuesday.

04/08/2014 | K-Mets announce 2014 coaching staff
The Kingsport Mets have announced their coaching staff for the 2014 Appalachian League season, with Jose Leger returning as manager.

04/08/2014 | Astros' Wates off and running for 'Hawks
Houston's Austin Wates called on advice from fellow speedster Vince Coleman to swipe three bags and also homered in Oklahoma City's 6-4 win over New Orleans.

04/08/2014 | Crawford, Cozens sink 'Claws into 'Hoppers
Philadelphia's 2013 first-rounder J.P. Crawford collected his first full-season homer and four-hit game, and Dylan Cozens added four hits in Lakewood's 10-9 loss to Greensboro.

04/06/2014 | Smith takes Hamels yard twice in Jays win
Dwight Smith Jr. had his first pro multi-homer game Sunday, belting both round-trippers of Phillies All-Star Cole Hamels in Dunedin's 5-2 win over Clearwater.

04/06/2014 | Pirates' Taillon to have Tommy John surgery
The Pittsburgh Pirates announced Sunday that the team's top pitching prospect, right-hander Jameson Taillon, will undergo Tommy John surgery.

04/05/2014 | Milbrath spins shutout in first pro start
Making the first start of his professional career, 6-foot-6 Indians prospect Jordan Milbrath tossed a two-hit shutout in the nightcap of a doubleheader as Lake County blanked Lansing, 5-0.

04/03/2014 | Mavs' stadium renamed Heritage Field
The High Desert Mavericks today announced a long-term partnership with Heritage Victor Valley Medical Group that includes the naming rights to the Mavericks' home field.

04/03/2014 | PCL Announces 2014 Hall of Fame Class
The Pacific Coast League announced that former players Lou Almada, Dave Barbee and Wally Hood, as well as longtime and current owner David Elmore will be inducted into the PCL Hall of Fame as the four members of the Class of 2014.

04/03/2014 | A message from MiLB President O'Conner
It's Opening Week 2014, where hope springs eternal and the crack of the bat and roar of the crowds are set to resume. Welcome back to Minor League Baseball!

04/02/2014 | Coming attraction: Buxton ready to sign on
Only 20 years old, Byron Buxton already has risen to the top of the Minor League hierarchy. He enters the season as the shining star in the Twins' farm system.

04/01/2014 | MiLB Charities launches online auctions
Beginning Tuesday at noon EDT, Minor League Baseball Charities is hosting a series of two-week, online auctions throughout the season on

04/01/2014 | Orioles Prospect Primer: Harvey on the rise
Baltimore's 2013 first-round pick (22nd overall) Hunter Harvey has already shown improvement since signing and is ready to pitch in full-season ball.