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Nationals right-hander Christian Garcia, who is on the disabled list because of a right forearm strain, will join Double-A Harrisburg sometime next week.
Branden Kline, Baltimore's second round pick in last June's First-Year Player Draft, had surgery today to repair a fracture in his right leg.
Aaron Miller, the Dodgers' first-round sandwich pick in the 2009 First-Year Player Draft as a left-handed pitcher, has been moved from the mound to the outfield.
The Blue Jays announced Thursday that prospect Sean Nolin will start for the club Friday vs. the Baltimore Orioles. He is 2-0 with a 1.17 ERA in three starts for New Hampshire.
Top prospect Kevin Gausman struck out five but gave up four runs in five innings in a 12-6 loss to the Blue Jays on Thursday night. Chris Davis hit his MLB-leading 15th homer, and Manny Machado hit three doubles.
Catcher Jesus Montero, one of the expected building blocks of the Mariners' future, was optioned to Triple-A Tacoma on Thursday as the club looks to spark some change in the wake of a six-game losing streak.
The search for the prototypical corner infielder in the First-Year Player Draft can be an elusive quest. This year's group of such players is no exception, as most believe the demand will outpace who's available.
Colin Moran is the third baseman for North Carolina, one of the higher-ranked teams in college baseball. He's also B.J. Surhoff's nephew, and he's following nearly the same path as his uncle.
"Million Dollar Arm" is the next big baseball movie, it and began shooting this month in Mumbai, India. Slated to be released next spring, the Disney film is the story of how an entrepreneurial American sports-marketing agent created a reality show five years ago in India that produced the first two Indian pitchers.
Among the high school pitchers -- the highest risk-reward part of any Draft -- right-hander Kohl Stewart from Texas and lefty Trey Ball from Indiana have broken away from the pack and left the others behind. There are some other potential first-rounders, enough to allow this year's first round to at least match that of last year, when five high school pitchers were selected
Hunter Harvey is ready for two of the biggest events of his life. First the 18-year-old will graduate from high school on Friday.. Less than two weeks later, he'll take the first step toward his future career -- the 2013 First-Year Player Draft, set for June 6-8 in New York.
Even though catcher Kevin Plawecki struggled offensively last summer after the Mets selected him in the supplemental round of the 2012 First-Year Player Draft, Mets vice president of amateur scouting and player development Paul DePodesta said there were encouraging signs.
After a strained lat muscle kept him out for the first six weeks of the season, Marlins left-handed prospect Andrew Heaney made his season debut Monday with Class A Advanced Jupiter.
The Blue Jays still haven't made their decision on who their starting pitcher will be on Friday, but it may be a fresh face.
The Orioles are hoping to find the same magic they found last season. Here's your chance, Kevin Gausman. After just 13 Minor League starts, he'll get the ball Thursday in Toronto. With the organization's other prized prospect, Dylan Bundy, injured, he's the club's best prospect.
The Orioles on Thursday will officially promote Kevin Gausman and add him to the active roster for his Major League debut that night in Toronto, a bold move for an organization that shocked the baseball world when it called up 20-year-old infielder Manny Machado in the middle of a pennant race last August.
Prospect Jonathan Schoop has a stress fracture in his lower back, general manager Dan Duquette said on Wednesday.
Rockies infielder DJ LeMahieu's three-hit, two-double game in Tuesday night's 5-4, 10-inning victory over the D-backs earned him a start at second base Wednesday in the No. 2 spot.
D-backs outfielder Adam Eaton has returned to Phoenix to have his left elbow examined by team physician Michael Lee. According to Eaton, the issue is most likely muscular, but he's going to have an MRI to make sure.
After two straight starts by Jurickson Profar at second base, Leury Garcia was in the lineup on Wednesday afternoon as the Rangers try to get by while Ian Kinsler is on the disabled list with a strained muscle in his right ribcage. Profar is the big prospect, but manager Ron Washington wants to keep Garcia engaged because he is expected to remain the Rangers' utility player once Kinsler returns.
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