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4/14/2012 | 'Dogs' Austin continues stellar week
Yankees No. 15 prospect Tyler Austin collected four more hits, including two doubles, on Saturday in Charleston's 8-5 victory at Rome.

4/14/2012 | 'Riders' Profar busts out of slump
Top Rangers prospect Jurickson Profar went 3-for-4 with a homer and two RBIs on Saturday, leading Frisco to a 6-2 victory over Springfield.

4/14/2012 | Myers putting 2011 in rear-view mirror
Royals No. 2 prospect Wil Myers was 4-for-5 with a career-high five RBIs on Saturday as Northwest Arkansas beat Corpus Christi, 8-7.

4/13/2012 | Reading's May solid on mound, at plate
Phillies' top prospect Trevor May tossed seven strong innings and added an RBI double Thursday in Reading's 4-1 win over Harrisburg.

4/13/2012 | Buckel's work pays off for Pelicans
Cody Buckel's first two starts haven't yielded a run, and the Myrtle Beach righty credits the results from working with Trevor Bauer.

4/13/2012 | Walker perfect at plate, drives in five
Keenyn Walker went 5-for-5 with five RBIs on Thursday, helping to lift Class A Kannapolis to a 9-4 victory over Lexington.

4/13/2012 | Teheran finds form in first win of 2012
Julio Teheran gave up just three hits over five scoreless innings en route to the win Thursday as Triple-A Gwinnett routed Durham, 7-1.

4/13/2012 | 'Hoppers' Fernandez stays hot in cold
Miami's No. 3 prospect Jose Fernandez struck out eight over five shutout innings during Greensboro's 3-2 win over Delmarva on Thursday.

4/13/2012 | Triple-A roundup: Moore homers twice
Tyler Moore slugged a pair of homers and drove in three runs to lead Syracuse past Bryce Harper and the Syracuse Chiefs on Thursday.

4/13/2012 | Farm's: Pettis' book details Minors journey
Released. For former Phillies righty Eric Pettis, that word took on entirely different meanings within the span of one tumultuous week.

4/13/2012 | Yankees' Banuelos on DL with back pain
Yankees top prospect Manny Banuelos was placed on the seven-day disabled list Friday after experiencing back pain.

4/13/2012 | Catcher St. Pierre suspended 50 games
Free agent Max St. Pierre was suspended for 50 games after a second violation of the Minor League drug program for a drug of abuse.

4/13/2012 | Wheeler rebounds strongly for B-Mets
Zack Wheeler struck out nine and allowed a run on five hits over six innings Friday before Binghamton fell at Portland, 4-3.

4/13/2012 | Martinez strong for six in Palm Beach
Carlos Martinez, the Cardinals' No. 2 prospect, struck out eight over six strong innings Friday in Palm Beach's 3-0 loss to St. Lucie.

4/13/2012 | M-Braves' Hale hurls six hitless innings
Braves prospect David Hale tossed six hitless innings in his second start of the season Friday as Mississippi beat Montgomery, 4-0.

4/13/2012 | M's Hultzen less predictable, better
Danny Hultzen rebounded from a disappointing pro debut and struck out nine over 5 2/3 innings Friday in Jackson's 4-1 loss at Tennessee.

4/13/2012 | Drive's Barnes stellar in second start
Red Sox No. 13 prospect Matt Barnes allowed one hit and fanned seven over five innings to extend his scoreless streak to 10 for Class A Greenville.

4/12/2012 | Kernels' Wood pops in second win
Right-hander Austin Wood threw five hitless innings Wednesday, improving to 2-0 as Class A Cedar Rapids defeated Clinton, 3-1.

4/12/2012 | Triple-A roundup: Lutz homers twice
Zach Lutz slugged a pair of long homers and drove in three runs as Buffalo chased Yankees No. 2 prospect Dellin Betances in the fourth inning and beat Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, 12-3.

4/12/2012 | Padres' Kelly dominates River Cats
Casey Kelly struck out a career-high nine batters over six shutout innings as Tucson fell to Sacramento, 3-2, on Wednesday.

4/12/2012 | Austin, RiverDogs beat Hudson again
Tim Hudson allowed five runs over four innings in his second rehab start as Tyler Austin and Charleston beat Rome, 9-3, on Thursday.

4/12/2012 | Manatees' Bradley wards off illness
Jed Bradley arrived at the ballpark Thursday with a stomach illness. But then he only allowed one run over 6 2/3 innings.

4/12/2012 | Miller fans 10 in Lookouts' one-hitter
Aaron Miller tied a career high with 10 strikeouts as he and the Chattanooga bullpen dominated Jacksonville, 1-0, on Thursday.

4/11/2012 | Generals' Carraway seats 20 straight
Andrew Carraway retired 20 batters in a row, allowing a run on two hits over seven innings as Jackson beat Tennessee, 5-1, on Tuesday.

4/11/2012 | Pomeranz solid in tuneup for Majors
Drew Pomeranz tossed four shutout innings in his tuneup for the Rockies rotation as Double-A Tulsa defeated Corpus Christi, 6-3, on Tuesday.

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