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Top D-backs pitching prospect Trevor Bauer fanned 11 batters over 5 2/3 innings to lead Mobile past Pensacola, 3-2, on Tuesday.
Christian Friedrich gave up just two hits over 7 1/3 shutout innings, leading Triple-A Colorado Springs in a 2-0 shutout of Tacoma.
Grant Green slugged a grand slam and drove in a career-high six runs as Triple-A Sacramento routed Tucson, 18-6, on Tuesday night.
Jarrod Dyson ended the longest game in Werner Park's brief history with a 16th-inning double Tuesday as Omaha outlasted Round Rock, 9-8.
Houston Astros prospect Michael Foltynewicz struck out eight batters and secured his first win of 2012 in Lexington's 3-0 victory in Hagerstown.
If playing well is a matter of comfort, then it's no surprise Adam Conley has transitioned so well to the South Atlantic League.
Josh Bell's first professional home run wasn't enough as the Power dropped their fifth straight on Wednesday afternoon.
Trenton manager Tony Franklin picked up his 1,000th career win as the Double-A Trenton Thunder beat the Portland Sea Dogs, 10-1.
Orioles prospect Dylan Bundy struck out six over three perfect innings in his second pro start as Delmarva lost to Kannapolis, 2-1.
D-backs prospect Archie Bradley allowed a run on two hits over six innings for his first pro win as South Bend beat Fort Wayne, 3-1.
Jose Campos tossed five hitless innings in his second start of the year Wednesday as Class A Charleston defeated Augusta, 11-5.
Francisco Lindor, Alex Monsalve, LeVon Washington and Luigi Rodriguez produced a combined seven RBIs in an 8-0 shutout of the Loons.
Rick Ankiel and Michael Morse each provided a pair of hits while rehabbing in Hagerstown's 8-6 win Monday. One of Ankiel's was a homer.
Chris Dominguez went 4-for-4 with a homer, a double, two RBIs and two runs scored Monday as Richmond defeated Bowie, 5-4.
Tyler Skaggs allowed a run on five hits and fanned seven over six innings, taking a no-decision as Mobile fell to Mississippi, 4-2, on Monday.
Anthony Rizzo, who hit two homers for Iowa in Monday's 10-6 win, says his third club change in as many years has been easiest yet.
Anthony Rizzo stayed hot on Monday, smacking a pair of homers and knocking in three runs as Iowa defeated Albuquerque, 10-6.
MiLB.com's Ben Hill previews upcoming events like Richmond's mascot flying with a jetpack and Eric Church gets a Hickory bobblehead.
A.J. Griffin struck out eight over six hitless innings on Tuesday afternoon, but Midland ultimately fell to host Springfield, 5-2.
Blue Jays prospect Jesse Hernandez allowed one hit over seven innings in his Class A debut Tuesday as Lansing beat Dayton, 6-2.
Jason Martinson went 3-for-3 with a pair of home runs, six RBIs and five runs scored Tuesday in Hagerstown's 16-8 rout of Lexington.
First-base Cubs prospect Anthony Rizzo smacked a game-tying three-run shot in the eighth inning of Iowa's 6-5 win over Round Rock on Sunday.
If there was one thread to pull from the first weekend of Minor League Baseball games, it was that pitchers are ahead of hitters so far.
Taijuan Walker, MLB.com's No. 18 prospect, struck out eight and earned the victory in his Double-A debut as Jackson edged Birmingham.
Twins top prospect Miguel Sano homered twice and knocked home five runs on Monday as Beloit held off Kane County, 9-7.
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