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Dodgers' No. 13 prospect Alex Castellanos is transitioning from the outfield back to his original position at second base.
Todd Frazier remains on the cusp of rejoining the Reds active roster, but the veteran is excited to play third base every day for the Bats.
MiLB.com highlights the top offensive performers over the seasons first 11 days, league by league.
Austin Wood has 15 strikeouts in 10 innings for Cedar Rapids.
Major League Baseball suspended right-hander Estarlin Arias on Monday after the free agent tested positive for a banned substance.
Max Ramirez homered twice and had six RBIs, hitting two of the Storm Chasers' four longballs in Omaha's 12-10 win at Albuquerque on Monday.
William Swanner homered twice and drove in seven runs as Class A Asheville routed West Virginia, 16-0, on Monday night.
Brewers' No. 8 prospect Jimmy Nelson has only allowed two runs in his first three starts after Brevard County's 3-0 win Monday.
Archie Bradley fanned a career-high eight batters over five hitless innings in Class A South Bend's 3-0 loss to Lansing on Monday.
San Jose's Joe Panik went 3-for-5 with two doubles Saturday, keeping up the pace he established last season as Northwest League MVP.
J.C. Sulbaran pitched 5 2/3 shutout innings to outduel top prospect Tyler Skaggs on Saturday as Pensacola beat Mobile, 6-1.
With his third straight three-hit effort Saturday, Iowa's Welington Castillo raised his average to .500 through seven PCL games.
Top prospect Mike Trout scored from first on a single and extended his hitting streak to 10 games in Salt Lake's 8-4 loss to Tucson.
Red Sox top prospect Will Middlebrooks hit his third homer of the season to lead Pawtucket to a 9-6 victory over Buffalo.
Braves catching prospect Evan Gattis collected five hits and six RBIs -- both career highs -- as Lynchburg lopped off Potomac, 13-2.
Andy Pettitte recorded seven groundball outs over four scoreless innings for Class A Advanced Tampa as he continues his comeback.
Tyler Goeddel homered twice and had six RBIs and Todd Glaesmann was a triple shy of the cycle as Bowling Green outslugged Lake County.
Top Rockies prospect Nolan Arenado's eighth-inning blast was the game-winner in Tulsa's 2-1 win over Corpus Christi on Sunday.
Gabriel Lino homered twice, doubled and drove in four runs Sunday as Delmarva used a nine-run first inning to beat Greensboro, 19-2.
Buffalo's Adam Loewen homered twice and six RBIs and Salt Lake's Mike Trout went 3-for-3 in Triple-A action Sunday.
Iowa's Anthony Rizzo continued to tee off on PCL pitching Friday, homering twice to give him a Minor League-leading five.
Josh Rutledge homered twice, drove in three runs and scored three times Friday as Double-A Tulsa defeated San Antonio, 9-4.
A's No. 3 prospect Brad Peacock struck out eight and pitched six one-hit innings Friday in his second start for Triple-A Sacramento.
Fernando Martinez homered twice and drove in six runs Friday as Oklahoma City dealt Memphis its eighth straight setback, 11-3.
Astros prospect Nick Tropeano struck out eight over six scoreless innings Saturday, but Lexington was shut down by Kannapolis, 3-1.
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