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Travis Witherspoon delivered the second cycle against the JetHawks in a three-day span in Inland Empire's 12-6 win over Lancaster.
John Hicks went 3-for-5 with two homers and a career-high seven RBIs as High Desert crushed Modesto, 18-5, on Thursday.
Top Mets pitching prospect Matt Harvey held Scranton/Wilkes-Barre to two runs over 5 1/3 innings on Thursday in Buffalo's 6-2 win.
When Hideki Matsui arrived at Triple-A Durham, the Bulls had no idea that dozens of Japanese reporters and two Red Sox would follow.
Minor League Baseball fans can now vote for the 2010 Triple-A All-Star Game online as the IL and PCL's best vie for a starting nod.
Jake Skole homered twice and extended his on-base streak to nine plate appearances Friday as Myrtle Beach routed Wilmington, 10-2.
Braves prospect Nick Ahmed went 5-for-6 with an RBI Friday, but Class A Advanced Lynchburg fell to visiting Potomac, 11-8.
Jonathan Singleton continued his torrid stretch Friday, hitting two homers and plating five runs in Corpus Christi's 7-2 win over Arkansas.
Corey Brown homered in his fifth straight game to set a Syracuse team record Friday in the Chiefs' 9-6 loss to Columbus.
J.R. Murphy went 5-for-5 and scored four runs Friday, leading Class A Advanced Tampa to a 7-1 victory over Lakeland.
Danny Hultzen fanned a career-high 12 batters and allowed a run over six innings as Jackson lost to Montgomery, 2-1, in 12 frames.
Kansas City prospect Wil Myers homered in a second straight game Wednesday in his seventh game since a callup to Triple-A in Omaha's 5-2 win.
San Francisco's Roger Kieschnick homered twice and drove in six runs as Fresno defeated Albuquerque, 10-7, on Wednesday night.
Trevor Bauer allowed one run on one hit but issued five walks over five innings Wednesday in his second start for Triple-A Reno.
Derek Norris ripped a three-run homer and Michael Taylor added a solo shot, powering Sacramento to an 8-2 road victory over Round Rock.
Cedar Rapids righty Cam Bedrosian knows the importance of patience when it comes to his career and his comeback from Tommy John surgery.
Left-hander Henry Owens had high expectations entering his first professional season, but he didn't expect to open the year with the Drive.
Matt Magill struck out 10 and didn't issue a walk over seven shutout innings Thursday in Chattanooga's 4-1 win over Jacksonville.
Matthew Heidenreich fired off eight innings in Winston-Salem's 1-0 shutout Thursday, bringing his scoreless streak to 15 frames.
Miguel Gonzalez pitched five hitless innings, putting a damper on Chris Archer's 12-strikeout effort as Norfolk beat Durham, 4-0.
Wil Myers went 3-for-5 with his first Triple-A home run on Tuesday night, but Omaha dropped a 6-3 decision to visiting Salt Lake.
Lay Batista yielded two hits over a career-high eight innings, leading Class A Advanced Inland Empire to a 2-0 win over Rancho Cucamonga.
Corey Brown homered for the third straight game and drove in five runs Tuesday afternoon to power Syracuse to a 7-0 road win over Toledo.
Devin Lohman slugged two homers and drove home a career-best six runs Tuesday as the Bakersfield Blaze beat the Visalia Rawhide, 14-6.
Chris Archer, the Rays' top pitching prospect in the Minors, detailed his four-pitch mix and his reliance on game reports.
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