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Twins right-handed pitching prospect Kohl Stewart scattered six hits, while allowing one run and striking out five batters for Low-A Cedar Rapids on Friday.

The Twins have held back the reigns on Stewart this season, but he has performed very well, putting up a 2.58 ERA and a 1.148 WHIP as a 19-year old in a league where the average player is 22.
Jul 12 - 10:27 AM

Alberto Callaspo (hamstring) is expected to avoid the disabled list, but is unlikely to return to the Athletics lineup over the weekend.

Callaspo sustained the injury while running to first base during his first at-bat on Friday. The veteran infielder is confident that his hamstring strain isn't serious and that he'll be able to return to the lineup after the All-Star break.
Jul 12 - 10:27 AM

Pirates outfield prospect Josh Bell went 3-for-4 on Friday for High-A Bradenton, raising his season line to .334/.380/.495.

Bell has hit .385/.430/.569 with nine doubles and five home runs since the beginning of June, striking out 11 times and walking 10. Bell has All-Star potential with his bat, but there are questions as to whether he will be able to stick in right field, or if he will lose too much speed and be forced to first base. Either way, he his bat is his calling card, and he is worth a look in deep leagues.
Jul 12 - 10:20 AM

Pirates right-handed pitching prospect Tyler Glasnow struck out 10 batters over 5 2/3 shutout innings while allowing seven hits and one walk for High-A Bradenton on Friday.

Glasnow's ability to rack up strikeouts was on full display, but he allowed seven hits for the second consecutive start. The Pirates front office would like to see Glasnow throw more strikes and go deeper into games, though they should be happy with his holding opposing batters to a .175/.284/.242 while striking out 28.8 percent of the batters he has faced for the season.
Jul 12 - 10:14 AM

Braves prospect right-handed pitcher Lucas Sims allowed six hits, one walk, one hit batsman and two runs (one earned) over 6 2/3 innings, striking out five batters for High-A Lynchburg.

Sims has had a rough season, putting up a 4.97 ERA and a 1.342 WHIP with a surprisingly low 5.5 K/9. Opposing batters are hitting .251/.332/.395 off Sims. He is an athletic right-hander who has the potential to be a No. 2 pitcher, but his components are substantially down from his full-season debut in 2013.
Jul 12 - 10:09 AM

Orioles recalled C Steve Clevenger from Triple-A Norfolk.

He'll provide extra depth behind the plate and function as a utility option for the O's in the last two games leading up to the All-Star break. In 24 games with the Orioles this season, he's hitting .243/.300/.378 with eight RBI.
Jul 12 - 10:03 AM

Indians outfield prospect Clint Frazier went 5-for-5 with two home runs and a stolen base for Low-A Lake County on Friday, raising his season line to .266/.336/.419.

Frazier has hit a scorching .421/.463/.789 with two doubles and four home runs in July. For the season, Frazier has 95 strikeouts in 336 plate appearances (28.3 percent), and has 12 in 41 PA in July (29.3 percent). He will need to improve his pitch selection and decrease his swing and miss tendencies, but Friday was a glimpse at what he could become.
Jul 12 - 10:03 AM

Nationals right-handed pitching prospect Austin Voth tossed seven shutout innings for High-A Potomac on Friday, scattering two singles and a walk while striking out eight.

Voth has been dominant since his promotion to the High-A Carolina League, allowing nine hits, four walks, and one run over four starts across 26 innings while striking out 28 batters. Of the four hits, he has allowed one double and one home run. Opposing batters are putting up a .103/.143/.149 against the 22-year old righty. Voth lacks elite offering, sitting in the low-90s with a good fastball, though he has flashed and average slider and the makings of an above-average change-up. He has well above-average command, and could be a solid back-end starter.
Jul 12 - 9:56 AM
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