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07/02/2015 | Jimenez clubs second homer in two games
Cubs' No. 9 prospect Eloy Jimenez went 3-for-3 with a solo shot to boost Class A Short Season Eugene to a 6-2 victory over Hillsboro on Wednesday night.

07/02/2015 | Nuts' Musgrave hurls seven one-hit innings
Harrison Musgrave allowed one hit over seven innings to become the first 10-game winner in the California League as Modesto cruised past Bakersfield, 8-1, on Wednesday night.

07/02/2015 | Godley posts zeros in Double-A debut
The D-backs promoted Zack Godley before the California League All-Star Break, but he had to wait until Wednesday to pitch five scoreless innings in his Double-A debut for Mobile.

07/01/2015 | Giolito nearly perfect out of P-Nats 'pen
Lucas Giolito pitched seven innings of hitless relief as Class A Advanced Potomac came within two outs of a no-hitter in a 4-0 blanking of Frederick on Wednesday night.

07/01/2015 | Pirates' Tucker collects first four-hit game
Cole Tucker set his sights on establishing an approach this season. He thinks he's done that and that led to his first four-hit game as West Virginia beat Kannapolis, 11-4.

07/01/2015 | Reed finds new way into Cal record book
A.J. Reed started the eighth triple play of the Minor League season and smacked his league-leading 20th homer as Lancaster fell to Inland Empire, 8-7, on Wednesday.

07/01/2015 | Long shines after Triple-A promotion
After taking six-plus years to earn a Triple-A rotation spot, Nate Long proved he belonged Wednesday, tossing seven innings in Nashville's 2-0 win over Colorado Springs.

07/01/2015 | Cal notes: Quakes' Bird sticking to stretch
Dodgers prospect Zack Bird has found success on the mound after pitching exclusively out of the stretch for Rancho Cucamonga, a move he thinks will keep him on the baseball radar.

07/01/2015 | Brault all but unhittable for Curve
Steven Brault faced one over the minimum, allowing just a fifth-inning double while fanning five over seven innings as Altoona blanked Trenton, 2-0, on Wednesday.

07/01/2015 | Mets' Badamo allows one hit in first win
Tyler Badamo allowed one hit over seven dominant innings in his third start of the year as Brooklyn blanked Hudson Valley, 7-0, in a combined two-hitter on Wednesday night.

07/01/2015 | Twins to promote prospect Sano to Majors
The Minnesota Twins will promote No. 2 prospect Miguel Sano to the Majors on Thursday, a source told MLB.com. Sano, MLB.com's No. 9 prospect, is expected to join the Twins before their game tomorrow and replace designated hitter Kennys Vargas, who was optioned to Double-A Chattanooga on Wednesday.

07/01/2015 | O'Brien, Conley elected PCL All-Stars
D-backs No. 7 prospect Peter O'Brien and No. 7 Marlins prospect Adam Conley were among those elected to the Pacific Coast League All-Star team, which was announced Wednesday.

07/01/2015 | Crawford, Bell highlight EL All-Stars
Top Phillies prospect J.P. Crawford and third-ranked Pirates farmhand Josh Bell headline the 2015 Eastern League Eastern and Western Division All-Star rosters.

07/01/2015 | In Lynchburg, the story of a baseball name
At Calvin Falwell Field, home of the Lynchburg Hillcats, everybody knows Jimmy Wright -- if not by that name. He goes by "Salad Bar," a nickname given to him by two Major League All-Stars.

07/01/2015 | Prospect Roundup: Games of June 30
Colorado prospect Ryan McMahon went 3-for-5 with a walk-off hit for Class A Advanced Modesto, and the Giants' Tyler Beede allowed one run in a strong start for the Double-A Flying Squirrels.

07/01/2015 | Crooked Numbers: Three nights in Reading
Over three games against two opponents from June 11-13, the Double-A Fightin Phils saw five of six decisions go to position players. Plus, a manager's mistake leads to trouble.

07/01/2015 | Stock Watch: Confident Kepler on rise
Manager Doug Mientkiewicz and hitting coach Chad Allen asked Max Kepler to pull the ball more this year. The result? A breakout campaign for the 22-year-old German.

07/01/2015 | FSL notes: Jays' Hoffman humming along
Dunedin's Jeff Hoffman went ninth overall in the 2014 Draft, despite having Tommy John surgery less than a month earlier, and the 6-foot-4 flame-thrower is proving the Blue Jays made the right move.

07/01/2015 | Carolina notes: Nats' Giolito taking control
A friendly wager has Nationals top prospect Lucas Giolito looking to work longer into games with Class A Advanced Potomac. It's sharpening his composure and control in tight situations.