- Ishikawa gets in practice on three-run homers
- Morse also teed off in first rehab outing at-bat
- Cards' Adams homers twice in Redbirds game
- Giants' Panik smacks grand slam for Grizzlies
- From CWS to World Series: Finnegan gets a K
- ALCS MVP Cain homers for the Naturals
- Grichuk goes yard in Redbirds' win
- Cardinals' Wong belts first Triple-A homer
- Taveras smacks a no-doubt blast for Memphis
- Gonzales chalks up sixth K for the Redbirds
- Holland fans Taveras in Naturals' no-hitter
- MiLBY Top Plays of 2014
Peoria was two outs away from its second straight tie and an eighth consecutive game without a win before Jordan Smith hit a walk-off double in the 11th inning to beat Scottsdale.
Playoff drama aside, Minor Leaguers were glued to their TVs this past week when The Walking Dead premiered. Others disclosed offseason jobs, new pets, workout routines and candy.
The Batavia Muckdogs are one of the original New York-Penn League clubs, but the short-season team faced an uncertain future until the nearby Rochester Red Wings moved in to help.
Buffalo's Coca Cola Field was designed to allow expansion should the city come to host a big league club. That didn't happen, but the Triple-A Bisons' home still has a Major League feel.
- Rademacher making most of limited AFL role
- Moya belts first AFL homer, scores three runs
- Javs avoid another tie on Smith's walk-off double
- Rosario extends hitting streak in AFL deadlock
- Dodgers' Schebler clubs first Fall League homer
- Ochinko provides all of the Solar Sox's offense
- 'Soul of baseball' alive in Batavia thanks to Wings
- Cast your votes for the 2014 MiLBYs