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Angels prospect C.J. Cron homered and drove in three runs Saturday but could not keep Inland Empire from falling to Lancaster, 5-3.
Russ Canzler homered, doubled and drove in five runs as Columbus outlasted Julio Teheran and defeated Gwinnett, 6-1.
Justin Wilson pitched six strong innings and teamed with three relievers on a one-hitter Sunday as Indianapolis beat Charlotte, 2-1.
Wil Myers doubled and singled three times, raising his PCL batting average to .331 in Omaha's 4-1 loss in Nashville on Sunday afternoon.
Ronny Rodriguez collected a career-high five hits with a perfect day at the plate Sunday in Carolina's 14-8 win over Salem.
Sean Gilmartin gave up three hits over 6 1/3 innings for his third win in four starts Sunday as Mississippi beat Jacksonville, 5-0.
Outfielder Matt Carson went deep twice and drove in four runs Sunday during Rochester's 7-4 win over Louisville.
With a lineup that includes two of baseball's top prospects, Frisco clinched the Texas League first-half South Division title Friday.
Eric Brown allowed one hit over four shutout innings on Friday, helping Vancouver open its season with an 8-1 win over Spokane.
Clark Murphy provided just about all the offense in Eugene's season opener Friday, going 4-for-5 with two homers and a walk-off double.
Jacob Turner allowed two runs -- one earned -- on four hits over six innings to outduel Jamie Moyer as Toledo edged Norfolk, 3-2.
Xander Bogaerts tied a career high with four hits and added two RBIs on Saturday night, helping Salem defeat Carolina, 8-6.
Gerrit Cole tied his season high with seven strikeouts over five three-hit innings in Bradenton's 6-0 shutout of Fort Myers.
Kaleb Cowart went 4-for-5 with a homer, a double and four RBIs on Thursday night as Class A Cedar Rapids blanked Clinton, 8-0.
Anthony Hewitt posted his second four-RBI game in a row Thursday, homering twice to lead Clearwater to a 10-7 victory over Tampa.
Niko Vasquez snapped a 2-2 tie with a two-out, two-run homer as Bakersfield rallied to beat Lake Elsinore, 4-2, on Thursday night.
Pawtucket's Doug Mathis, Daniel Bard and Garrett Mock combined to throw a four-hit shutout in a 5-0 win over Buffalo on Thursday.
By hiring Bill Buckner as Boise hitting coach, the Cubs welcome back a familiar face and one of the game's great hitters to the organization.
Naturals groundskeeper Monty Sowell wanted a "great dog to take to the ballpark every day." His black lab, Ruby, has become a ballpark celebrity.
Nathan Karns allowed four hits and equaled a career high with 10 strikeouts over 6 2/3 innings Friday as Potomac blanked Myrtle Beach, 3-0.
Angelo Gumbs reeled off a streak of hits in eight straight at-bats, going 4-for-5 on Friday as Charleston defeated Greensboro, 5-2.
Martin Perez allowed one hit over seven innings to record his first win in seven starts Friday as Round Rock beat Oklahoma City, 2-0.
Dan Straily took a perfect game into the seventh inning Friday but couldn't keep Double-A Midland from falling to San Antonio, 6-2.
Top Mariners prospect Danny Hultzen allowed four hits through five innings to run his shutout streak to 27 2/3 innings in Jackson's 8-0 win.
Noah Syndergaard scattered three hits over four scoreless innings to record his first career save Wednesday as Lansing beat Fort Wayne, 7-0.
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