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Wil Myers handled one chance in his pro debut at the hot corner Sunday but went 3-for-3 at the plate as NW Arkansas beat Arkansas, 6-5.
Chris Archer struck out a season- high nine over six innings Sunday to help Durham outlast Scranton/Wilkes-Barre and Manny Banuelos, 3-1.
Cory Spangenberg went 2-for-4 on Sunday in Lake Elsinore's 13-6 win, extending a 10-game hit streak and bringing his average to .305.
Danny Rosenbaum struck out six over six scoreless innings to drop his ERA to 0.71 and pitch Harrisburg to an 8-1 win at Akron.
Making his Triple-A debut, Andrew Carraway allowed one hit over 7 1/3 shutout innings Friday as Tacoma blanked Albuquerque, 4-0.
George Springer homered in four straight at-bats across Friday's doubleheader, finishing with seven RBIs as Lancaster swept Lake Elsinore.
Trevor Bauer became the Minors' second seven-game winner Friday, fanning nine over seven innings as Mobile beat Chattanooga, 6-1.
Scott Elarton allowed one hit over six scoreless innings to win his third straight start as Lehigh Valley shut down Louisville, 4-1.
Kevin Siegrist allowed a seventh-inning single and nothing else while fanning five in Palm Beach's 3-0 blanking of Jupiter.
Wilkin Ramirez tied a team record by homering in his fourth straight game Saturday as New Britain powered past Reading, 8-4.
Gerrit Cole gave up a run on three hits and struck out five over six innings Saturday as Bradenton cruised past St. Lucie, 9-1.
Anthony Gose continued a stellar month Saturday by going 4-for-5 with a homer and three runs scored as Las Vegas beat New Orleans, 8-0.
Julio Teheran improved to 3-1 with a season-high seven innings of one-run ball as Gwinnett held on for a 3-2 victory over Toledo.
Ethan Martin allowed one run through seven frames to improve to 4-0 as Chattanooga routed Montgomery, 11-1, on Thursday.
Greg Holland, Chris Dwyer, Brendan Lafferty and Kendal Volz combined on the second no-hitter in Northwest Arkansas history Thursday.
No. 3 Minnesota prospect Oswaldo Arcia went 4-for-5, homering and doubling twice in Fort Myers' 12-11's slugfest win over Dunedin.
Jurickson Profar extended his hitting streak to a Texas League-leading 20 games in Frisco's 10-2 win over Corpus Christi on Thursday.
Darin Ruf drove in six runs as Reading beat New Britain, 10-3, on Thursday night. He is 8-for-14 with 13 RBIs in his last four games.
Toledo slugger Brad Eldred hit his 15th home run of the season to lead the Minor Leagues in the Mud Hens' 2-0 win Thursday.
The Fort Myers Miracle's "Special Needs Baseball Camp" continues to be a cherished tradition that connects children and Minor Leaguers.
Phillies prospect Trevor May pitched 6 1/3 hitless innings but ended up with the loss Friday as Double-A Reading fell to New Britain, 4-1.
Jose Fernandez allowed a run on five hits and struck out seven over seven innings Friday as Class A Greensboro shut down Lakewood, 6-1.
Despite a season-low two strikeouts, Danny Hultzen gave up two hits over seven shutout innings Friday as Jackson beat Tennessee, 2-1.
Astros' Double-A skipper Keith Brodie became the third Minor League manager to reach the 1,000-win mark as Corpus Christi beat Frisco, 4-2.
After a hectic offseason, Matt Buschmann struck out a career-high 12 and allowed one hit over seven shutout innings Friday for Double-A Montgomery.
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