- Severino racks up a 'K' during five hitless frames
- Yankees' Tanaka fans two in first rehab start
- Correa crushes a long ball off Zito for Grizzles
- Redbirds' Lyons fans 12th in complete-game win
- G-Braves' Peraza belts his first Triple-A homer
- Reyes collects first hit of Bisons rehab stint
- Rangers slugger Hamilton slugs first homer of '15
- Smokies fielders Almora, Rademacher collide
- Gallo goes deep for third homer in two games
- Drive's Miller makes sliding catch on the track
- Bisons' Dickerson makes leaping catch at the wall
- Indians pitcher Sadler coolly snares liner
Masahiro Tanaka allowed a double and a single over three frames in his first rehab start for Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. The Yankees ace threw 41 pitches, 25 for strikes against Durham.
No. 2 Angels prospect Sean Newcomb wasn't in possession of his velocity Thursday, but he compensated by mixing up pitches and only allowed one hit over 5 2/3 innings for Inland Empire.
A panoramic view of the ocean in Pensacola set Bayfront Stadium apart to win MiLB.com's Best Seat in the House contest on Thursday, edging Quad Cities and Fort Wayne for the crown.
The Savannah Sand Gnats, Class A affiliate of the New York Mets, will move to Columbia, South Carolina and Spirit Communications Park for the 2016 season, the club announced.
Minnesota Twins team photographer Brace Hemmelgarn goes behind the scenes to capture Byron Buxton, Miguel Sano and more iconic baseball images from four days in Chattanooga.
- Tanaka throws three scoreless in rehab start
- Severino unhittable in his return to Thunder
- Fresno's Correa homers in second straight game
- Newcomb takes no-hit bid into sixth for 66ers
- Power's Neverauskas spins five hitless in relief
- Isotopes' Gray turns in longest outing of year
- Gnats' Meisner turns things around quickly
- New Columbia team to relocate from Savannah