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Legends' Devenski fans 16 in no-hitter

Astros prospect allows one baserunner in 13th career start
September 1, 2012

Chris Devenski remained on the field a little longer than usual Saturday night, soaking in the pitching experience of a lifetime. The Astros prospect tossed the first individual no-hitter in the history of the Class A Lexington Legends, recording a career-high 16 strikeouts in a 10-0 rout of playoff-bound Rome.

Wahoos' Hamilton breaks steals record

Top Reds prospect swipes four, eclipses Coleman's 1983 mark
August 22, 2012

For weeks, fans have followed Billy Hamilton's exploits on the basepaths in awe, wondering when -- not if -- he would become the Minor Leagues' all-time single-season stolen base leader. On Tuesday evening at Pensacola's Bayfront Stadium, they were left to wonder no more. The top Reds prospect stole three

JetHawks' Springer has Hamilton-esque night

Astros No. 3 prospect homers in four consecutive at-bats
May 12, 2012

George Springer had a nice game. And than he had the game of his life hours later. The Astros' No. 3 prospect homered in his final at-bat of Lancaster's Game 1 win over Lake Elsinore, then went yard in his first three plate appearances of Friday's nightcap as the JetHawks

Thunder pound record seven homers

Lyerly, Johnson go deep twice each in Trenton's first victory of '12
April 7, 2012

A stiff wind was blowing out to center field at Trenton's Waterfront Park on Saturday afternoon, but it only seemed to help the home team. After mustering four runs in dropping their first two games of the season, the Thunder struck for a franchise-record seven homers in an 11-2 victory