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Brad Watson allowed one hit -- a solo homer -- over six innings in his full-season debut Wednesday as Palm Beach shut down St. Lucie, 3-1.
Tom Collier pitched his first career complete-game shutout, a four-hitter, as West Michigan blanked Lake County, 1-0.
Anthony Garcia drove in five runs in a 12-run first inning and finished with two homers and six RBIs in Quad Cities' 20-3 rout of Beloit.
Zeke Spruill and two relievers combined on a three-hit shutout Monday night as Mississippi cruised past Montgomery, 6-0.
Royals' No. 2 prospect Wil Myers was 3-for-4 with two doubles and two RBIs on Monday in Omaha's 6-3 victory over New Orleans.
Springfield second baseman Kolten Wong might not be where he is today without a recommendation he received from his double play partner.
Jacksonville's Matthew Neil, a BYU graduate who spent two years away from baseball, has reached Double-A in just his second Minors season.
Mike McDade is having another strong year with New Hampshire, putting the first baseman in position for a promotion to his hometown of Las Vegas.
The Lake County Captains make fun of their neighboring metropolis' sporting failures as the highlight to this week's promo rundown.
Travis Witherspoon had 15 hits, seven walks and a cycle this week.
Adys Portillo has held Midwest League hitters to a .155 average.
Matt Harvey struck out five and allowed a run on three hits over six innings as Buffalo beat Columbus, 3-1, on Tuesday night.
Marlins prospects Jose Urena and Austin Brice combined on a four-hitter in leading Class A Greensboro past Hagerstown, 4-2.
Brad Hand lost his no-hit bid on Tim Federowicz's one-out homer in the eighth inning Tuesday as New Orleans shut down Albuquerque, 4-1.
In his first of two rehab games, Matt Kemp went 2-for-3 with a homer and three RBIs in Albuquerque's 11-9 win over Oklahoma City.
Former NL All-Star Jair Jurrjens scattered three hits over eight shutout innings in Gwinnett's 1-0 win over Rochester.
After a year when he was dropped from the Nats' 40-man roster, Corey Brown has cut down on his strikeouts and increased his production.
Giants reliever Heath Hembree dominated across two levels last year, but hasn't been consistent in his first Triple-A season with Fresno.
Oliver Drake tossed six hitless innings and combined on a two-hit shutout as Bowie blanked Altoona, 4-0, on Monday afternoon.
Terry Doyle tossed 7 1/3 no-hit innings before allowing a double to Matt Carson as Charlotte beat Rochester, 4-1, on Monday.
Dodgers slugger Matt Kemp homered in his second straight rehab game Monday in Triple-A Albuquerque's win over Oklahoma City.
Eddie Rosario tied a career high with five RBIs, helping Beloit defeat Kane County, 15-9, in 12 innings on Monday.
Reds infield prospect Billy Hamilton stole three more bases Monday, giving him 52 in 47 games, as Bakersfield beat Inland Empire, 6-2.
Jake Hager totaled a career-high five RBIs and Alejandro Segovia homered twice Monday in Bowling Green's 14-7 win over Fort Wayne.
Cody Buckel allowed three hits and one walk over six scoreless innings, earning the win as Class A Advanced Myrtle Beach beat Potomac, 3-2.
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