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Brewers No. 2 prospect Jed Bradley threw 6 1/3 scoreless innings while striking out seven in a 1-0 Brevard County win over Daytona.
After missing a good chunk of last year following a freak injury, Mariners prospect Nick Franklin has started the season with a bang at Double-A.
Alex Meyer allowed two hits over five shutout innings in his pro debut Saturday, leading Class A Hagerstown to a 4-3 win over West Virginia.
Tyler Cloyd took a perfect game through six innings in his Triple-A debut Thursday, leading the IronPigs to a 3-0 win over the Yankees.
2011's Minor League RBI king Nolan Arenado went 4-for-5 and drove in three runs in Tulsa's 7-2 win over San Antonio on Opening Day.
D-backs top prospect Trevor Bauer carried a no-hitter into the fifth inning in Mobile's season-opening 5-2 win over Mississippi.
Lane Adams led off the second inning against Quad Cities Thursday with a triple, and then later in the same inning added a grand slam for good measure.
Mike Trout amassed three hits and roommate Garrett Richards pitched seven strong innings as Salt Lake bested Tacoma, 3-2, on Thursday.
A plethora of noteworthy performances and big names took to the stage around the International and Pacific Coast Leagues on Opening Day.
Giants No. 1 prospect Gary Brown had three singles in as many at-bats in his third Double-A game, but Richmond fell at New Britain, 4-1.
Jose Campos allowed two baserunners over six innings in his debut in the Yankees system, combining with two relievers on a one-hitter.
Dylan Bundy was flawless in his professional debut Friday, striking out six over three innings as Delmarva beat Asheville, 7-2.
Employing a new two-seam fastball, Martin Perez allowed a run on two hits over six innings Friday as Round Rock edged Iowa, 4-3.
Twins top prospect Miguel Sano resumed his power surge Friday, belting a grand slam in his second Midwest League game for Class A Beloit.
Bryce Harper's first game of the year, Mike Trout's debut in the PCL and the Pensacola Blue Wahoos' first game ever highlight Opening Day.
Benjamin Hill takes a look at promotions for the opening weekend of Minor League baseball, including a 111-year-old first-pitch purveyor.
At MiLB.com, the new season means a new homepage and new features across the site to make this your destination for the Minor Leagues.
Bryce Harper went 2-for-4 with a steal in his Triple-A debut as Syracuse fell to Rochester, 7-4, in the first game of the 2012 season.
Orioles top prospect Manny Machado homered on the first pitch he saw in his Double-A debut Thursday as Bowie beat Harrisburg, 4-2.
Archie Bradley, the seventh pick in 2011, tossed five one-run innings in his full-season debut as South Bend lost to Bowling Green, 3-0.
Angels prospect Austin Wood struck out 10 over five innings in his first professional start Thursday as Cedar Rapids whipped Wisconsin, 7-2.
One of the big storylines to watch for in the Florida State League will be the pro debut of Gerrit Cole, last year's No. 1 pick.
Highlighted by Pirates prospects Jameson Taillon and Gerrit Cole, pitching will play a key role in the Florida State League in 2012.
Rancho Cucamonga will boast five of the Dodgers' top pitching prospects in the hitter's haven that is the California League.
Reds shortstop prospect Billy Hamilton should be the speediest among a solid crop of hitters in the California League in 2012.
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