- RoughRiders' Gallo slugs 41st home run
- 17-year-old De Leon homers for Pelicans
- Wahoos' Mattair reaches over rail for foul pop
- Hooks' Appel records career-high 10th strikeout
- White Sox GM Hahn on top prospect Rodon
- Pederson goes yard again for the Isotopes
- IronPigs' Franco hits slam on birthday
- Ejected manager leaves cap, cleats on home plate
- Smokies' Almora legs out run-scoring triple
- White Sox Anderson hits first Double-A homer
- Ladendorf shows great range for River Cats
- Astros, River Bandits extend PDC
Burlington's Sean Newcomb pitched to a 10.57 ERA in his first four Midwest League appearances. At Wisconsin, he recorded a career-high 10 strikeouts over four scoreless innings.
Jamestown, N.Y. has hosted baseball off and on since 1939, but with news this week that the team will relocate to West Virginia, its most loyal fans are slowly dealing with reality.
The Curve get silly with a "Weird Al-toona Night," Nashville fans say goodbye to 37-year-old Greer Stadium, the Isotopes sell Joc Pederson's car and the Bats honor veteran Corky Miller.
Jamestown, Pittsburgh's New York-Penn League affiliate, will relocate to Morgantown, West Virginia, in 2015 and share a new ballpark with the West Virginia University baseball team.
- Angels first-rounder Newcomb fans 10
- Hooks' Jankowski picks up where Appel left off
- Johnson figures things out for GreenJackets
- Tribe's Mejia walks off with highs in hits, RBIs
- P-Nats clinch Carolina North second-half title
- Raptors victorious on, off field after protest
- Stock Watch: Mets' Molina making waves
- In Jamestown, loyal fans are left heartbroken
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