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4/30/2010 | Brasier tosses complete-game no-hitter
Converted reliever Ryan Brasier threw the second Minor League no-hitter in two days, going the distance in Arkansas' 4-0 victory over Tulsa.

4/30/2010 | Giving new meaning to 'scout's honor'
Benjamin Hill takes a look at an organization that recognizes baseball professionals largely ignored when laurels are handed out -- scouts.

4/30/2010 | O'Conner sees Cyclones' reach
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.

4/30/2010 | Drabek wins fourth
Kyle Drabek pitched a season-high seven innings for his Eastern League-best fourth win Friday as New Hampshire beat Reading, 6-3.

4/30/2010 | Three Kernels combine on no-hitter
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.

4/29/2010 | South Atlantic League notebook
Giants catching prospect Tommy Joseph homered in his pro debut and has been an anchor for Augusta ever since.

4/29/2010 | Gibson fires one-hitter for Miracle
In his fifth professional start, Twins 2009 first-round pick Kyle Gibson pitched a complete-game one-hitter for Fort Myers.

4/29/2010 | Yanks' Noesi strikes out 13
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.

4/29/2010 | Storen promoted to Triple-A
Drew Storen was promoted to Triple-A Syracuse on Thursday, moving the talented righty one step closer to the Nationals' bullpen.

4/29/2010 | Montgomery bumped up to Double-A
Highly touted lefty Royals prospect Mike Montgomery was promoted to Double-A Northwest Arkansas on Thursday and will start Friday for the Naturals.

4/29/2010 | Bisons' Dickey retires 27 straight
R.A. Dickey allowed a leadoff single before retiring 27 straight batters as Triple-A Buffalo defeated Durham, 4-0, on Thursday.

4/29/2010 | Isotopes' McDonald derails Express
Albuquerque's James McDonald tossed five hitless innings against Round Rock on Thursday, striking out five in the Isotopes' 3-1 victory.

4/28/2010 | Veteran Hirsh goes far in no-hit bid 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.

4/28/2010 | Lugnuts' Jenkins bags first pro win
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.

4/28/2010 | Notebook: Hollingsworth dodges rain
Modesto's Ethan Hollingsworth not only managed to stay dry during a rainy week, he stayed hot, as well.

4/28/2010 | Notebook: Rowell back at the hot corner
Returning to Frederick -- and third base -- feels like a step forward for former first-round pick Billy Rowell.

4/28/2010 | Florida State League notebook
Seemingly forgotten in the Roy Halladay trade was, Travis d'Arnaud, but the catching prospect may not be forgotten much longer.

4/28/2010 | Wilson returns to form in Salem win
Over his first three starts of the season, Salem's Alex Wilson was mediocre. On Wednesday afternoon, he was spectacular.

4/28/2010 | Calhoun tosses four no-hit frames
Daniel Calhoun tossed four no-hit innings, striking out four while walking two in Quad Cities' 7-6 loss to Kane County on Wednesday.

4/28/2010 | Jaxx's Peguero cranks three homers
Southern League Player of the Week Carlos Peguero hit three homers and drove in four runs Wednesday as West Tenn beat Mobile, 10-3.

4/28/2010 | Chapman tagged twice in longest start
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.

4/28/2010 | Tides' Tillman no-hits G-Braves
Chris Tillman pitched the Minor Leagues' first no-hitter of the season Wednesday as the Norfolk Tides beat the Gwinnett Braves, 6-0.

4/28/2010 | Notebook: Odorizzi poised for a breakout
Wisconsin Timber Rattlers right-hander Jake Odorizzi is handling the expectations that come with being a first-round pick.

4/27/2010 | Robles gets comfortable at Double-A
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.

4/27/2010 | Promo Preview: Fantasy baseball
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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