- Phils' Cozens hits Minors-leading 38th homer
- Naturals complete triple play against Drillers
- Red Wings' Berrios racks up career-high 14th K
- Smokies' Martin makes game-ending leaping grab
- Van Gansen makes a diving stop for the TinCaps
- Bulls' Varona crushes a walk-off grand slam
- Erceg flashes the leather for Timber Rattlers
- Olympic gold medalist throws first pitch in Buffalo
- Top 2016 Draft pick Moniak joins podcast
- Mets' Stuart crashes into wall, holds on for catch
- Jackson's O'Neill plates run for 100th RBI of year
- Cortes notches another strikeout for RailRiders
Dylan Cozens smacked his Minor League-leading 38th homer to tie Darin Ruf's single-season Reading record and pushed his RBI total to 120, equalling Greg Luzinski's 46-year-old franchise mark.
Using a breaking ball that his pitching coach called the best he's seen him throw, Twins right-hander Jose Berrios recorded a career-high 14 strikeouts over eight innings for Rochester.
The High Desert Mavericks burst into the Cal League in 1991, winning the title and setting an attendance record. After 26 seasons, folks are saying farewell to their beloved franchise.
Phillies prospect Mickey Moniak talks about being the top pick in the Draft. Also, Tyler and Sam go over September callups and Ben discusses one of the biggest secrets in the Minors.
At three different Minor League parks, fans decisively chose Donald Trump bobbleheads over those featuring Hillary Clinton. Is this a harbinger of things to come? Ben Hill investigates.
- Cozens ties Fightins records for homers, RBIs
- Twins' Berrios collects career-best 14 whiffs
- Red Sox bringing up top prospect Moncada
- Brinson can't be counted out with two strikes
- Nats' Fedde striking while hot with Senators
- Gage flirts with no-no again for Flying Squirrels
- Schwindel helps Naturals turn triple play
- Esurance #CallUpWorthy Central