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Drake Britton allowed five hits over six shutout innings Wednesday as Salem beat Lynchburg, 7-1, to complete a doubleheader sweep.
Michael Choice ended a slump by going 4-for-5 with a homer and three runs scored as Midland beat NW Arkansas, 7-6, in 11 innings.
Travis d'Arnaud recorded his third three-hit effort in four games Wednesday, leading Triple-A Las Vegas to a 7-4 victory over Tucson.
Cole Gillespie went 5-for-5 with three RBIs and two runs scored to lead a 19-hit attack as Reno outslugged Tacoma, 13-5.
The opening round of MiLB.com Mascot Mania is in the books and 32 lovable contestants got the uplifting news: the fans advanced them to Round 2.
Columbus's Matt LaPorta leads all Triple-A and IL vote-getters, while Reno's Adam Eaton ranks No. 1 in the PCL's for All-Star fan voting.
Injured in 2010, Tyler Austin responded with an impressive campaign last year and has jumped out of the gate with Charleston this season.
After a memorable college basketball career, Dayton Dragons pitcher and Reds prospect Lucas O'Rear backed into a career in baseball.
Bryce Brentz, a top Boston Red Sox prospect, doubled three times and scored a season-high four runs in Double-A Portland's 7-2 win in Harrisburg.
Travis Shaw homered and Brandon Workman allowed just two hits for his third win as Class A Advanced Salem held off Lynchburg, 6-2.
Zack Wheeler allowed a run on three hits while striking out eight batters over seven innings in Binghamton's 8-1 win over Reading.
Nine-time All-Star Vladimir Guerrero continued to work his way back to the Majors, homering twice in Dunedin's 14-4 win over Lakeland.
Gary Sanchez continued his hot streak Thursday night with two longballs and five RBIs as Class A Charleston pounded Greenville, 13-2.
Clayton Blackburn scattered two hits while striking out nine batters over 6 2/3 innings in Augusta's 2-1 win over Lexington on Tuesday.
Rangers infield prospect Brad Nelson went 3-for-3 with a homer in his fourth consecutive game in Triple-A Round Rock's 9-8 loss to Memphis.
Michael Bolsinger came within four outs of a no-hitter Tuesday as Mobile beat Jacksonville, 3-1, in the nightcap of a doubleheader.
Chad Oberacker hit for the Minors' fifth cycle in the past eight days as Class A Advanced Stockton routed High Desert, 9-1, on Tuesday.
Jack Cust recorded his second two-homer game in four days as Scranton/Wilkes-Barre walked off with an 8-7 victory over Toledo.
Young left-hander Robbie Erlin, a Padres prospect, explained his affinity for pitching -- and coaching -- in a chat with MiLB.com.
Dunedin left-hander Sean Nolin is enjoying a breakout season. His key to success has been putting opposing hitters in "protection mode."
Dating back to his college days, outfielder Jeremy Nowak has embraced change and gotten results. This trend has continued with the Keys.
Hector Correa is happy in San Jose with another new role: experienced hurler on the 40-man roster sharing insights with younger teammates.
Yankees prospects Gary Sanchez, who plated a career-high seven runs, and Tyler Austin, who went 5-for-5, helped Charleston to a 19-6 win Wednesday.
Colorado Springs had 27 hits in a 22-8 win at Salt Lake on Wednesday despite having no home runs. Six players had at least three hits.
Free agent Minor League left-hander Jose Morel has been suspended 50 games after testing positive for a banned substance.
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