Triple-A roundup: Jurrjens impresses
Jair Jurrjens allowed one run on four hits over seven innings in his first career non-rehab Triple-A start as Gwinnett beat Toledo, 2-1.
Torra, Bulls get revenge on Indians
Matt Torra took a no-hitter into the eighth inning a day after his Durham teammates were held hitless as the Bulls ended a 13-game losing streak.
Players of the Week
The last Players of the Week from April include a Texas League slugger who appears to be back on track after a rough 2011.
Joseph slugs Richmond to victory
Giants catching prospect Tommy Joseph slugged a pair of homers and drove in three runs as Richmond defeated Bowie, 4-2, on Monday.
Owens using strikeout as calling card
Red Sox first-round pick Henry Owens struck out seven and allowed one hit over four innings Monday in Greenville's 7-0 win over Lakewood.
Wates puts foot down, drives in five
Austin Wates, the Astros' No. 13 prospect, hit his first Double-A homer and singled three times in Corpus Christi's 10-1 romp at Frisco.
Wheeler records first Double-A win
Zack Wheeler allowed a run on two hits and struck out six over 5 2/3 innings for his first Double-A win as Binghamton beat Erie, 7-1.
Sox's Barnes strong, but streak ends
Red Sox first-round pick and No. 13 prospect Matt Barnes finally allowed a run in his fifth pro start Sunday as Greenville fell to Lakewood, 7-3.
Benes starts to get hang of starting
After joining the rotation this year, Drew Benes he flashed his progress Sunday, going seven scoreless frames in the Cards' 3-0 win.
Generals' Walker stifles Smokies
Taijuan Walker took his turn in the stacked Jackson rotation Friday and scattered six hits over six innings as the Generals beat Tennessee, 3-0.
Blaze's Hamilton racing toward .400
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Billy Hamilton went 3-for-4 with his Minor League-leading 24th, 25th and 26th stolen bases Friday as red-hot Bakersfield beat Modesto, 7-0.