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Gil Velazquez went 4-for-5 and drove in a career-high six runs Monday night, leading New Orleans to an 11-3 rout of Memphis.
Ariel Pena struck out seven over six innings and combined with two relievers on a one-hitter Saturday as Arkansas beat NW Arkansas, 4-0.
Second baseman Carlos Rojas tossed a hitless 10th inning for his first career save Saturday night as Norfolk outlasted Toledo, 8-7.
Jake Elmore went 2-for-4 with two RBIs to extend his hitting streak to 30 games Saturday as Reno coasted to a 12-4 victory at Salt Lake.
Brett Pill hit his first two homers of the season and drove in three runs to lead Fresno to a 4-3 victory over visiting Tucson.
Seon Gi Kim struck out 13 over six hitless innings on Saturday as Class A Short-Season Everett shut out Spokane, 2-0.
Phillies prospect Ethan Stewart won his fourth straight start for Lakewood in the BlueClaws' 5-3 victory over the host Hagerstown Suns.
Giants prospect Adalberto Mejia fanned five over six near-perfect innings in Class A Augusta's 2-1 road win over the Savannah Sand Gnats.
Fourth-round Draft pick Kyle Smith pitched six hitless innings in his Class A debut on Sunday as Kane County edged Clinton, 4-3.
Brandon Workman had his longest outing of the year Sunday, firing off seven two-hit innings in Salem's 7-0 win over Winston-Salem.
Wilmer Flores went 4-for-5 with a pair of doubles, two RBIs and a run scored Sunday as Double-A Binghamton beat Erie, 7-5.
Cory Jones, Michael Aldrete, Jeff Rauh and Ronnie Shaban combined to throw 8 2/3 hitless innings Sunday in Johnson City's 4-2 win.
Mason Williams homered for the second straight game and fell a triple shy of the cycle Sunday as Charleston beat Greenville, 7-5.
David Hurlbut pitched seven innings and two relievers finished off the one-hitter Friday as Beloit beat Cedar Rapids, 7-0.
Aaron Northcraft tossed the first complete-game no-hitter in Hillcats history Friday as Class A Advanced Lynchburg beat Salem, 3-0.
Chris McGuiness hit a trio of solo shots for his first career three-homer game Friday, but Double-A Frisco lost to Corpus Christi, 13-7.
White Sox first-round pick Keon Barnum homered in his third straight game Friday, but Rookie-level Bristol fell to Danville, 9-8.
Joe Panik collected three more hits and homered for the second straight game Friday, leading San Jose to a 7-2 victory over Visalia.
Andrew Brown went 4-for-5 with six RBIs, fell a triple shy of the cycle and scored three times as Colorado Springs whipped Salt Lake, 15-5.
Dylan Bundy allowed two hits over five innings in his best Carolina League start Saturday as Frederick blanked Myrtle Beach, 3-0.
Kyle Crick struck out eight and allowed two hits over six innings Saturday night, helping Augusta blank Savannah, 1-0.
Noah Syndergaard employed a new pitch and improved an old one Saturday, allowing one hit over five innings as Lansing beat Great Lakes, 2-1.
Juan Silverio tied a career high with six RBIs as Winston-Salem scored in each of the first eight innings Saturday to beat Potomac, 16-6.
Making his Double-A debut, Anthony Fernandez pitched a six-hitter for his first nine-inning complete game as Jackson beat Huntsville, 5-1.
Big league veteran Conor Jackson went deep three times and drove in four runs Thursday in Triple-A Charlotte's 5-4 win over Columbus.
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