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Dodgers shortstop prospect Dee Gordon has made the jump to Double-A look easy, batting .354 in his first 16 games with Chattanooga.
Martin Perez struggled during his first Double-A foray last season, but the left-hander is off to a solid start in 2010.
Akron second baseman Cord Phelps is leading the Eastern League in hitting in his Double-A debut.
Top Nationals prospect Stephen Strasburg struck out six over five hitless innings Tuesday in his fourth start for Double-A Harrisburg.
Ryne Miller allowed one hit over six innings Tuesday in the longest outing by a Portland starter as the Sea Dogs beat Binghamton, 2-0.
The best teams at the Triple-A level tend to mix young prospects with seasoned Minor Leaguers. The Columbus Clippers are doing just that with Carlos Santana and Shelley Duncan.
Salt Lake Bees catcher Hank Conger hasn't stopped making adjustments as he quickly climbs the Angels' organization ladder.
Mike Stanton blasted three home runs for seven RBIs in Jacksonville's 11-2 win over Carolina on Monday in the Suns' seventh straight victory.
Socrates Brito had his $190,000 contract voided on Monday by the D-backs after he was suspended 50 games for performance-enhancing drug use.
Royals prospect Michael Montgomery picked up his second straight Carolina League Pitcher of the Year to start 2010.
Great Lakes' Jerry Sands had five home runs in four games to take Midwest League Player of the Week for the second straight time.
Lexington's Jose Cisnero struck out five while allowing one hit over six shutout innings before Greenville rallied to an 8-6 win Monday.
Jake Arrieta recorded a career-high seven strikeouts over seven innings Saturday as Norfolk held on for a 4-2 victory over Charlotte.
Phillippe Aumont tossed six no-hit innings Sunday for his first win in the Phillies organization as Reading blanked Richmond, 2-0.
Eric Smith extended his scoreless innings streak to 20 for South Bend with seven shutout frames in Sunday's 5-1 victory over West Michigan.
Michael Kirkman produced his best game of the season Sunday, allowing one hit over eight frames in Oklahoma City's 8-0 shutout of Memphis.
Madison Bumgarner picked up his first Triple-A win after homering in the third inning as Fresno doubled up Portland, 4-2, on Sunday.
Jarrett Hoffpauir became the eighth player in Las Vegas to hit for the cycle, completing the feat in Sunday's 14-11 victory over Sacramento.
Cliff Lee threw 68 pitches over six shutout innings in a rehab start Sunday, but Tacoma was beaten by visiting Salt Lake, 4-1.
Mike Stanton went 4-for-4 with two homers, a double and four RBIs on Sunday to power Jacksonville to its sixth straight victory.
Derek Holland extended his shutout streak to 21 2/3 innings before allowing three runs Friday in Oklahoma City's 3-0 loss at Nashville.
Former Midwest League All-Star Ryan Cook pitched five hitless innings Friday as Visalia outlasted Inland Empire, 1-0.
With a healthy Ted Lilly returning to the starting rotation, the Cubs assigned Jeff Samardzija to Triple-A Iowa on Saturday.
Kyle Drabek struck out seven and allowed two hits over 5 2/3 shutout innings Saturday as New Hampshire beat Binghamton, 5-1.
Dae-Eun Rhee allowed one hit over six innings for his Florida State League win Saturday as Daytona blanked Brevard County, 1-0.
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