Turang continues to rake for Timber Rattlers

Brewers No. 3 prospect goes 4-for-4, scores twice, plates a run

Brice Turang leads the Midwest League with a .429 on-base percentage. (Justin Edwards/Wisconsin Timber Ratters)

By Rob Terranova | May 22, 2019 11:18 PM ET

Milwaukee Brewers No. 3 prospect Brice Turang went 4-for-4 with two runs scored and an RBI to spark Class A Wisconsin past Peoria, 7-2, on Wednesday.

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Schulfer, Martinez throw Kernels' no-hitter

Twins right-hander goes five innings in spot start in nightcap

Austin Schulfer has held opponents to a .139 average over 33 2/3 innings this season. (Cassie Rottink/Cedar Rapids Kernels)

By Chris Tripodi | May 22, 2019 7:44 PM ET

Minnesota Twins prospects Austin Schulfer and Jose Martinez combined for a seven-inning no-no as Class A Cedar Rapids beat Burlington, 9-0, in the second game of Wednesday's doubleheader.

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Vallimont goes seven hitless for 'Kings

Marlins prospect carries perfect game through six, fans nine

Miami prospect Chris Vallimont's hitless start was his third straight outing of seven innings for Clinton. (Clinton LumberKings)

By Tyler Maun | May 21, 2019 4:02 PM ET

Miami prospect Chris Vallimont took a perfect game through six innings and finished with seven hitless frames as Class A Clinton beat Beloit in a one-hit shutout on Tuesday, 5-0.

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Liberatore revs engine in Hot Rods debut

Rays No. 5 prospect tosses five scoreless innings in first start

Matthew Liberatore has 41 strikeouts over 37 2/3 innings in 10 Minor League starts. (Steve Roberts/Bowling Green Hot Rods)

By Sam Dykstra | May 15, 2019 6:49 PM ET

Rays No. 5 prospect Matthew Liberatore scattered four hits and struck out four over five innings in his season debut as Class A Bowling Green steamrolled to a 17-0 win over South Bend.

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Heyer's blasts power Loons to victory

Dodgers prospect clubs grand slam and two-run shot

Luke Heyer raised his slugging percentage 112 points to .515 with his performance on Wednesday. (Great Lakes Loons)

By Rob Terranova | May 15, 2019 5:11 PM ET

Dodgers prospect Luke Heyer slugged a pair of homers -- including a grand slam -- and finished with three hits and six RBIs to power Class A Great Lakes past Dayton, 8-3, on Wednesday.

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Toolshed: Freeman walking onto scene

Indians infielder rounding into Top-100 prospect at Class A

Tyler Freeman is a career .325 hitter over his first three Minor League seasons. (Tim Phillis/TCP Photography)

By Sam Dykstra | May 15, 2019 10:26 AM ET

Indians infielder Tyler Freeman is becoming a Top-100 prospect in the game by showing an impressive hit tool and improving plate discipline with Class A Lake County this season.

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Gorman all over the bases for Peoria

Top Cardinals prospect homers, triples, walks three times

In his first taste of pro ball last year, Nolan Gorman hit 17 homers in 63 games over two levels. (Paul R. Gierhart/MiLB.com)

By Jordan Wolf | May 15, 2019 12:19 AM ET

Top St. Louis Cardinals prospect Nolan Gorman collected a homer, a triple, three walks and three RBIs in Class A Peoria's 6-5 loss to Beloit on Tuesday.

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Conley snaps six hitless innings for Beloit

A's prospect combined on Midwest League no-no last spring

Bryce Conley has allowed two earned runs or fewer in four of his six outings this season. (Justin Nuoffer/MiLB.com)

By Shlomo Sprung | May 11, 2019 11:21 PM ET

A's prospect Bryce Conley threw six hitless innings as Class A Beloit cruised to a 10-1 triumph over visiting Fort Wayne on Saturday night.

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There's no swatting against Bees' Soriano

Angels No. 13 prospect strikes out nine over six hitless frames

Jose Soriano has held opposing hitters to a .196 batting average in seven outings this season. (Travis Berg/MiLB.com)

By Joe Bloss | May 10, 2019 12:13 AM ET

Class A Burlington took a no-hitter into the ninth inning of a 7-0 win over Dayton, led by six innings and nine strikeouts from Los Angeles Angels No. 13 prospect Jose Soriano.

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MWL notes: Edwards letting talents shine

Padres prospect switch-hitting again with TinCaps after injury

The 38th overall pick in the 2018 Draft, shortstop Xavier Edwards is batting .354 in 26 games this season. (Fort Wayne TinCaps)

By Curt Rallo | May 9, 2019 11:13 AM ET

Padres prospect Xavier Edwards was limited to batting left-handed last year due to a wrist injury, but the shortstop has had little problem at either side of the plate in his full-season debut with the TinCaps.

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