- Rockies prospect Dahl injured in collision
- Dodgers' Seager lofts homer on 6-for-6 day
- Cubs' Hannemann lays out for clutch catch in left
- Rios goes yard in third Omaha rehab outing
- Almora leaps into wall to make play for Smokies
- RailRiders' Figueroa goes yard on first pitch
- Grizzlies' Correa crushes a long home run
- Tides' Reimold saves a run with a diving catch
- Durham's Brown hits bull, wins steak
- Mondesi smacks solo homer in Naturals defeat
- Davidson goes yard again for the Knights
- Cuevas clears the bases for the Rock Cats
New Britain center fielder David Dahl, MLB.com's No. 54 prospect, reportedly underwent successful surgery on his spleen after being hurt in an on-field collision Thursday afternoon.
Colorado Springs' Shane Peterson enters tonight's matchup against Las Vegas with six hits and five RBIs in his last three games. He and the Sky Sox are trying to earn a series split.
A veteran of only 25 Triple-A games, top Dodgers prospect Corey Seager went 6-for-6 with a career-best six RBIs for Oklahoma City. He missed a cycle by one base on a ground-rule double.
The River Bandits have partnered with the local community and city government to keep their field dry and give fans with a route to the park when the nearby Mississippi River floods.
In this week's Stock Watch, Jake Seiner takes a look at Red Sox right-hander Michael Kopech, who made some mechanical tweaks and is now throwing in the upper 90s and hitting 100 mph.
- Report: Dahl sidelined after spleen surgery
- Seager goes 6-for-6, plates six for Dodgers
- Yanks promote top arm Severino to Triple-A
- Pirates' Kingham latest to undergo Tommy John
- Flood or not, River Bandits are ready to play
- Roundup: Buxton, Cooney, Arcia, Mateo
- Scheduled June 6 home opener in Biloxi delayed
- Rays catcher Ciuffo grew up with the game