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Florida native Nick Castellanos is feeling right at home with the Lakeland Flying Tigers, opening the year with a 10-game hitting streak.
Bakersfield shortstop Billy Hamilton is hoping to cut back on his strikeouts and build on a breakout 2011 campaign in which he stole 103 bases.
After an injury-plagued 2011 campaign, Frederick center fielder Trent Mummey has made some adjustments to help him stay healthy.
Boston Red Sox prospect Matt Barnes struck out nine over six three-hit, scoreless innings, as the Class A Greenville Drive won, 4-2, in Lexington.
It may not be reflected in his won-loss record, but 20-year-old right-hander Jason Adam is off to a phenomenal start with Wilmington.
Making his third of four Minor League rehab appearances, Braves veteran Tim Hudson allowed an unearned run over four innings Wednesday.
Deck McGuire allowed a hit and fanned three over 6 2/3 innings for his first win as New Hampshire beat Binghamton, 2-0, on Wednesday.
Danny Rosenbaum surrendered just one unearned run over nine innings on Wednesday as Double-A Harrisburg defeated Altoona, 7-1.
D.J. Mitchell held the Red Wings to a pair of hits over eight innings for his second win as the Scranton/WB beat Rochester, 2-0, on Wednesday.
Matthew Neil retired all 18 batters he faced in order Monday night, throwing just 55 pitches in Jupiter's 5-1 win over Fort Myers.
Wilmington turned the season's first triple play in bizarre fashion, notching a strike-'em-out, throw-'em-out, throw-'em-out Monday.
Jose Campos allowed one run on four hits over five innings in a duel with his cousin Monday as Class A Charleston defeated Augusta, 5-1.
Huntsville's Tyler Thornburg was perfect through 7 1/3 innings Monday vs. Tennessee. He struck out 11 for his first win of the year.
Jarrod Parker surrendered one run on six hits as the Triple-A Sacramento River Cats beat the Reno Aces, 2-1, on Monday.
Mike Trout went 1-for-3 to extend his hitting streak to 12 games on Monday as Salt Lake defeated Tucson, 6-2.
The Bowie Baysox have a bevy of Pi Day-themed gimmicks staged, while Atlanta's Dale Murphy heads back to the Minors for a catch.
Richmond catcher Tommy Joseph is adjusting to the East Coast and a new level after an impressive 2011 campaign in the California League.
The Braves are high on 22-year-old shortstop Andrelton Simmons, a second-round pick from 2010 who has adjusted well so far to Double-A.
Getting his first taste of Double-A, Midland outfielder Michael Choice is getting accustomed to the "all business" side of the game.
Orioles Minor League catcher Michael Ohlman was suspended Tuesday after violating the Minor League drug program for a second time.
Using a fastball that reached 99 mph, Dylan Bundy pitched three more hitless innings Tuesday in his third start for Class A Delmarva.
Jed Bradley tossed six shutout innings Tuesday as the Class A Advanced Brevard County Manatees shut out the Lakeland Flying Tigers, 5-0.
Edwar Cabrera retired the first 24 batters before allowing a leadoff single in the ninth inning Tuesday as Tulsa beat Corpus Christi, 4-0.
Taijuan Walker allowed two hits and one walk over six shutout innings Tuesday night as Double-A Jackson routed Mississippi, 7-0.
Trevor Bauer walked five batters and allowed his first run of the year, but he improved to 3-0 as Mobile beat Montgomery, 11-3.
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