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Louisville's Paul Janish and Lehigh Valley's Tyler Cloyd have been named the IL's first Batter and Pitcher of the Week for 2012.
Aaron Hicks, Minnesota's No. 2 prospect, homered and drove in four runs as New Britain defeated Harrisburg, 6-3, on Monday.
Andy Pettitte allowed one run on two hits over three innings in his first start of the season as Class A Advanced Tampa fell to Clearwater, 9-6.
Josh Adams, Terrence Dayleg and James Wooster made for a big second inning in Greeensboro's 6-2 victory over Lakewood on Monday.
Top overall Draft pick Gerrit Cole struck out seven batters in his full season debut, but Bradenton fell to Palm Beach, 2-1, on Monday.
Nationals No. 2 prospect Anthony Rendon left Saturday's game for Potomac in the fourth inning after he went down rounding third base.
Mike Bianucci homered for the third straight game Saturday night, powering Round Rock to a 7-2 road win over Iowa.
Darin Gorski struck out seven and allowed one hit over six shutout innings in his Double-A debut Saturday as Binghamton edged Akron, 2-1.
Jack Marder collected a career-high five hits Saturday as the Mariners prospect grows into his role at the top of High Desert's lineup.
Cardinals first base prospect Matt Adams smacked his third home run in as many games to highlight a big night for Triple-A sluggers.
Justin Schumer, getting his first chance to pitch full-time in a starting rotation, won his season debut as San Jose rolled over Modesto, 8-0.
Red Sox first-round pick Matt Barnes struck out nine over five innings in his Minor League debut Sunday as Greenville blanked Lakewood, 4-0.
Bryan Mitchell surrendered just a walk over six innings and the bullpen took care of the rest as Charleston blanked Rome, 1-0, on Sunday.
Rays prospect Chris Archer struck out eight over six innings to win his season debut Sunday as Durham defeated Gwinnett, 7-4.
Left-handed Reds prospect Tony Cingrani yielded one hit over six scoreless innings Sunday as Bakersfield edged Visalia, 5-2.
D.J. Mitchell struck out four over five innings and combined with two relievers on a one-hitter in Scranton/Wilkes-Barre's 10-0 win at Syracuse.
Oscar Taveras showed he's already on track for after jumping up to Double-A, going 3-for-5 with his first homer in Springfield's 13-5 win.
Brad Miller hit two more homers in High Desert's 8-6 win over Lancaster on Sunday to bring his Cal League-leading total up to four.
Jake Odorizzi struck out eight over five shutout innings Friday, helping Double-A Northwest Arkansas defeat Corpus Christi, 5-3.
Cardinals prospects Kolten Wong and John Gast helped Double-A Springfield register a 4-1 victory over Frisco on Friday night.
James Paxton struck out 10 over 5 2/3 shutout innings and set the tone for Jackson's heralded rotation in a 2-1 win over Birmingham.
D-backs prospect A.J. Pollock went 5-for-5 with three doubles Friday as Triple-A Reno coasted to a 9-5 triumph over Colorado Springs, 9-5.
Adam Wilk yielded one hit and struck out six over five innings as Toledo shut down Indianapolis and Pirates prospect Starling Marte.
The Trenton Thunder slugged a franchise-record seven homers Saturday and beat New Hampshire, 11-2, for their first win of the season.
Sean Gilmartin allowed two hits over six scoreless innings in his Double-A debut Saturday, but Mississippi lost to Mobile, 1-0.
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