Reading's Medina puts five zeros on board

Philly's No. 2 prospect allows four hits, whiffs season-high five

Adonis Medina did not allow a run for the first time in seven starts and lowered his ERA to 4.64. (Reading Fightin Phils)

By Duane Cross | May 19, 2019 6:02 PM ET

Philadelphia Phillies No. 2 prospect Adonis Medina picked up his first win with five scoreless innings as Double-A Reading held off Portland, 4-3, on Sunday.

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O'Grady leaves yard three times

Reds infield prospect leads Bats to win with solo-shot trifecta

First baseman Brian O'Grady had belted six homers for the season prior to his three-homer game. (Louisville Bats)

By Tyler Maun | May 19, 2019 4:57 PM ET

Cincinnati Reds prospect Brian O'Grady belted three solo home runs, after hitting six in his first 31 games this season, as Triple-A Louisville beat Buffalo, 7-3.

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Hammerheads' Holloway posts more zeros

Marlins No. 13 prospect fans career-high 11 over five innings

Jordan Holloway lowered his opponents' batting average to .109 in seven starts. (Ryan Dowd/Blue Leprechaun Photography)

By Rob Terranova | May 19, 2019 4:38 PM ET

Marlins No. 13 prospect Jordan Holloway recorded a career-high 11 strikeouts over five scoreless frames Sunday before Class A Advanced Jupiter dropped a 2-1, 10-inning decision to Florida.

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Prospect Roundup: Games of May 18

Phils' Haseley homers twice; Braves' Davidson puts up zeros

Adam Haseley posted a .598 OPS in April but owns a 1.065 mark through 15 games in May. (Ken Inness/MiLB.com)

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Phillies outfielder Adam Haseley hit a pair of homers, while Braves left-hander Tucker Davidson tossed eight scoreless innings for the first time in his career.

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'Topes' Mundell maintains torrid pace

Rockies No. 29 prospect collects three more hits, two RBIs

Brian Mundell is batting .413/.491/.630 in 12 games since coming off the injured list on May 3. (Albuquerque Isotopes)

By Shlomo Sprung | May 19, 2019 12:59 AM ET

Rockies No. 29 prospect Brian Mundell went 3-for-5 with a pair of doubles and two RBIs in his fifth straight multi-hit game as Triple-A Albuquerque cruised to a 12-2 win over visiting El Paso.

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Hooks' Beer pours first Double-A homer

Astros No. 9 prospect goes 3-for-4 in second Texas League tilt

Seth Beer was leading the Carolina League in homers and RBIs when he was promoted to Corpus Christi. (Danne' Braden)

By Katie Woo | May 18, 2019 11:31 PM ET

Astros No. 9 prospect Seth Beer went 3-for-4 with a two-run homer, his first at the Double-A level, as Corpus Christi topped Midland, 9-6, on Saturday night.

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Mauricio ties career high with four hits

Mets No. 2 prospect falls triple shy of cycle for Fireflies

Ronny Mauricio is tied for seventh in the South Atlantic League with 43 hits in 38 games. (Jeff Blake/Columbia Fireflies)

By Duane Cross | May 18, 2019 10:09 PM ET

Mets No. 2 prospect Ronny Mauricio went 4-for-5 with two RBIs and a run scored, falling a triple shy of the cycle, in Class A Columbia's 9-5 loss to Rome on Saturday.

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Goats' Goudeau perfect for six innings

Rockies right-hander retires all 18 batters, strikes out five

Ashton Goudeau ranks second in the Eastern League with a 0.81 WHIP and third with a 1.97 ERA . (Kevin Pataky/MiLB.com)

By Joe Bloss | May 18, 2019 9:53 PM ET

Rockies prospect Ashton Goudeau retired all 18 batters he faced, pitching Double-A Hartford to a 5-3 win over visiting New Hampshire on Saturday night.

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De La Cruz hurls Fire Frogs' first no-no

Braves No. 25 prospect needs 89 pitches to complete gem

Jasseel De La Cruz lowered his ERA to 1.93 and his WHIP to 0.68 in eight Florida State League starts. (Florida Fire Frogs)

By Rob Terranova | May 18, 2019 9:16 PM ET

Braves No. 25 prospect Jasseel De La Cruz tossed the first no-hitter in team history on Saturday, throwing only 89 pitches, as Class A Advanced Florida coasted to a 12-0 victory over Jupiter.

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Prospect Roundup: Games of May 17

Tigers' Shore faces minimum; Rays' Hernandez laces three hits

Through six Eastern League starts, opponents are batting .269 against Logan Shore. (Erie SeaWolves)

By Chris Bumbaca and Andrew Battifarano | May 18, 2019 11:14 AM ET

Tigers right-hander Logan Shore allowed two hits over five scoreless innings while facing the minimum, and Rays catcher Ronaldo Hernandez tied his season high with three hits.

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