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Matt Fairel didn't allow a hit or a baserunner while fanning five through six innings in Lynchburg's 5-3 victory over Salem on Wednesday.
Andrew Cashner took a no-hitter into the seventh inning and struck out 10 Wednesday as Tennessee rolled to a 15-2 rout of Chattanooga.
Hank Aaron's old house will always have a home, thanks to an unprecedented effort by his native city's Minor League baseball team.
Jackie Robinson's grandson, Jesse Sims, will be the MiLB president's special assistant and focus on the Diversity Initiative Program.
Royals prospect Wil Myers has a full plate of adjustments to make, from progressing behind the plate to getting comfortable and confident at it.
Venezuelan righty Carlos Carrasco started strong and ran out of gas in his second Triple-A start of the season for Columbus on Tuesday.
Michael Montgomery retired the first 18 batters and recorded a career-high 13 strikeouts Tuesday as Wilmington shut down Kinston, 3-1.
Stolmy Pimentel allowed two hits over five shutout innings and retired the last 11 batters he faced Tuesday as Salem edged Lynchburg, 2-1.
Luis Perez allowed one hit over seven innings in his first start of the season, New Hampshire's 5-2 victory over Reading on Tuesday.
Gaby Hernandez pitched six hitless innings Tuesday as Omaha snapped a four-game losing streak by blanking Nashville, 4-0.
Altoona's Michael Crotta yielded just one hit over seven scoreless innings in the Curve's 1-0, 14-inning win over visiting Richmond on Tuesday.
The Nats' Stephen Strasburg and the Reds' Aroldis Chapman make their second pro starts Friday, and a new ballpark opens in Winston-Salem.
After preventing a robbery last week, Greensboro's Curt Petersen delivered a solid outing in his first full-season start Monday.
On a strict 50-pitch count, 2008 first-rounder Casey Kelly threw two strong innings in his Double-A debut for Portland on Monday night.
With a fastball touching 100 mph, Stephen Strasburg fanned eight in five innings Sunday to win his highly anticipated Minor League debut.
Aroldis Chapman unleashed three pitches that hit 101 mph and struck out struck out nine over 4 2/3 innings Sunday for Triple-A Louisville.
Stephen Strasburg dazzled an overflow crowd in Altoona on Sunday, striking out eight and yielding one earned run over five innings to win his Minor League debut.
Former first-round pick Pedro Alvarez homered twice and knocked in five runs Friday, helping Indianapolis outslug Columbus, 14-12.
Stephen Strasburg will make his official professional debut with the Harrisburg Senators, the Nationals' Double-A affiliate.
The Tigers' Jacob Turner struck out seven over five shutout innings in his pro debut Saturday as his West Michigan lost to Lake County, 6-4.
Giants prospect B.J. Salsbury tossed six hitless innings in his season debut Saturday as Augusta cruised to an 8-2 rout of Greensboro.
Top prospect Carlos Santana went 4-for-5 with two homers, a double and four RBIs on Thursday as Columbus crushed Indianapolis, 17-4.
From start to finish, Minor League Baseball's Opening Day all over the country had plenty of action to write home about.
When the San Diego State rotation was in trouble, coaches turned to closer Addison Reed for help. Now a starter, Reed is primed for the Draft.
With the big league season underway and the Minors about to begin, it's a good time to check in on MLB.com's Top 50 prospects.
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