Tebow stays hot at plate for Binghamton
Mets outfielder Tim Tebow homered and drove in a pair of runs on a three-hit night before Double-A Binghamton dropped an 8-7, 11-inning decision at Akron on Friday.
Twins' Lewis promoted to Fort Myers
After hitting .315 through 75 games with Class A Cedar Rapids, top Twins prospect Royce Lewis has earned a promotion to Class A Advanced Fort Myers.
Spokane's Crouse fans 11 in one-hit gem
Rangers No. 4 prospect Hans Crouse struck out a career-high 11 while giving up one hit over seven scoreless innings Friday as Class A Short Season Spokane edged Eugene, 2-1.
Prospect Roundup: Games of July 12
Rays prospect Wander Franco boosted his hitting streak to 17 games for Rookie-level Princeton while Dodgers prospect Mitchell White turned things around with Double-A Tulsa.
Voyagers' Zangari launches three jacks
White Sox prospect Corey Zangari recorded his first career three-homer game on Friday, powering Rookie-level Great Falls to a 15-11 victory over Orem.
Hooks' Valdez puts up zeros again
Astros No. 15 prospect Framber Valdez tied a season high with 10 strikeouts and threw six scoreless innings for Double-A Corpus Christi in a win over Midland.
Fisher Cats' Bichette knocks four hits
Blue Jays No. 2 prospect Bo Bichette collected a season-high four hits heading into his second Futures Game appearance as Double-A New Hampshire beat Portland, 5-3, on Friday.
Yankees, With No Lead to Protect Against the Indians, Get to Rest Aroldis Chapman
Chapman decided on Friday to forgo his place in next week’s All-Star Game as he tries to recover from tendinitis in his left knee.
Syndergaard Returns for Five Innings in Mets’ Win Over Nationals
After seven weeks on the disabled list because of an injury to his right index finger, the would-be ace looked rusty but allowed only one run and even had an R.B.I.
Haseley double dips in second EL game
No. 3 Phillies prospect Adam Haseley smacked his first two Double-A homers and drove in three runs and scored three times while going 3-for-5 to lead Reading to a 5-4 victory over Bowie.
Hiura posts first Double-A four-hit game
Top Brewers prospect Keston Hiura went 4-for-4 with a homer, two RBIs and two runs scored on Friday, leading Double-A Biloxi to an 8-6 victory over Jacksonville.
Tribe's Waddell fires seven scoreless frames
Pirates No. 25 prospect Brandon Waddell recorded a career-high nine strikeouts over seven innings on Friday, pitching Triple-A Indianapolis to an 8-0 blanking of Toledo.
Querecuto collects five Aces in Reno win
Arizona Diamondbacks infield prospect Juniel Querecuto went 5-for-5 with two runs scored in Triple-A Reno' 8-2 win over El Paso on Thursday.
Rockies running wild throughout Minors
The Rockies' aggressive baserunning philosophy for its affiliates is playing out across the Minors as Double-A Hartford and Class A Advanced Lancaster lead their respective leagues in stolen bases.
Texas notes: Missions' Allen has a good grip
With a renewed emphasis on his fastball and changeup, Padres prospect Logan Allen has found a way to be effective for Double-A San Antonio with his four-pitch mix.
Toolshed: Bucs' Hayes hot at the corner
Pirates prospect Ke'Bryan Hayes is one of the Minors' best defenders at third base, and his glove, along with an improved bat, has made him an All-Star and Futures Game participant in the same week.
Futures Game players we're excited to see
U.S. players Jo Adell and Hunter Greene and World shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. are just two of the many prospects the MiLB.com is excited to see take the field at this year's Futures Game.
Hoerner's a hit in Midwest League debut
Chicago Cubs 2018 first-round Draft pick Nico Hoerner singled twice and made a big catch in his debut for Class A South Bend, which fell to Beloit, 8-1, on Thursday.
Four score for San Francisco's Bart
Joey Bart -- the second overall pick by the San Francisco Giants in this year's Draft -- homered for the fourth straight game Thursday as Class A Short Season Salem-Keizer defeated Everett, 3-1.
Kernels' Ober celebrates birthday in style
Minnesota Twins prospect Bailey Ober tossed 6 2/3 scoreless innings and punched out 10 in the Class A Cedar Rapids Kernels' 6-2 win over the Fort Wayne TinCaps.