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A’s Puk reportedly has left biceps tendinitis

A.J. Puk reportedly will be shut down briefly after an MRI revealed tendinitis in his left biceps. The A’s top prospect endured his worst outing of the spring Sunday before heading to Minor League camp.

Hicks responds after Cards’ reassignment

Cardinals No. 7 prospect Jordan Hicks struck out four over 2 2/3 innings in St. Louis’ 13-6 win over the Miami Marlins on Wednesday.

Dunning learns big league lessons in camp

After soaking up as much as knowledge as possible this spring, White Sox No. 6 prospect Dane Dunning is working the curveball back into his repertoire.

Padres’ Lucchesi stays in complete control

Left-hander Joey Lucchesi, “the standout performer” of Padres pitching prospects last year, has posted zeros in his first Cactus League outings.

Tigers’ Manning sidelined with oblique strain

Tigers No. 2 prospect Matt Manning will miss the start of the season with Class A West Michigan after being diagnosed with a low-level oblique strain, the organization announced.

D-backs Prospect Primer: Duplantier leads way

D-backs top prospect Jon Duplantier is looking to build on a breakout 2017 that ended with the Top Starting Pitcher MiLBY award, while first baseman Pavin Smith is ready for the test of his first full season.

Braves Prospect Primer: Rebuild blooms

The Braves’ long, slow rebuild is reaching fruition with Ronald Acuña Jr., Kyle Wright and Mike Soroka all closing in on the Majors in 2018.

Orioles Prospect Primer: Harvey’s healthy

With the 2018 season approaching, MiLB.com takes a system-by-system look at the most intriguing prospects in each Major League organization, including Baltimore Orioles top pitching prospect Hunter Harvey.

Farm system rankings: Overall (15-1)

Each rich in top-100 talent, the Braves, Padres and White Sox battle it out for the top spot in the conclusion of MiLB.com’s overall Farm System Rankings.

Marlins’ Brinson bashes second long ball

Top Marlins prospect Lewis Brinson hit a leadoff homer off Nationals starter Stephen Strasburg in Miami’s 8-3 loss to Washington on Tuesday.