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1/31/2013 | Passport Prospects: Kepler excites Twins
Max Kepler, the son of ballet dancers, mesmerized scouts from a young age. Now the German-born outfielder looks to build on his MVP year.

1/31/2013 | Indians unearth safe during renovation
Spokane made an interesting discovery during renovations of Avista Stadium -- a vintage floor safe, the contents of which remain a mystery.

1/30/2013 | Padres' Hedges a keeper at catcher
Backstop Austin Hedges kicks off's nine-part "Defensive Gems" series, which will focus on one top prospect at each position.

1/29/2013 | Northwest League starting fresh in '13
When the NWL begins in June, it will have a new team in a new division governed by a new president -- and there's an All-Star Game, too.

1/29/2013 | IL announces 2013 Hall of Fame class
Mack Jones, Larry Parrish and Don Richmond are the newest members of the International League Hall of Fame, as announced Tuesday.

1/29/2013 | Greeneville unveils new uniforms
The Greeneville Astros officially revealed the club's new uniforms, logos and color schemes for the 2013 season on Tuesday.

1/29/2013 | Profar named baseball's top prospect
Rangers shortstop Jurickson Profar, who homered in his first big league at-bat, leads the pack in's list of Top 100 Prospects.

1/28/2013 | Q&A: Sox's Wright knuckleball torch
Steven Wright isn't a typical prospect. The 28-year-old is one of two knuckleball pitchers in baseball -- and the other just won a Cy Young.

1/25/2013 | New Akron owner shoots straight as an Aero
Ken Babby quickly got himself into the owner's box with a unique history in sports and marketing that has re-energized the Akron franchise.

1/24/2013 | Q&A: Yelich just plays, doesn't count tools
After an up-and-down 2012 season that ended in Player of the Year honors, Christian Yelich took the time to talk about the future.

1/24/2013 | D-backs deal Upton to Braves for prospects
Just more than 800 days since D-backs GM Kevin Towers said he would listen to trade offers for Justin Upton, Towers pulled the trigger.

1/23/2013 | Community award named for Moss
Minor League Baseball™ Charities has created a community service award bearing the name of longtime South Atlantic League president John Henry Moss.

1/22/2013 | Q&A: Yanks' Austin embraces position, past
Yankees prospect Tyler Austin, who overcame cancer -- and more recently -- a pitch to the head, has dreams of reaching the Bronx soon.

1/19/2013 | Orioles' Weaver started career in Minors
Hall of Fame manager Earl Weaver died Saturday of an apparent heart attack at 82. He will be remembered for his work in the Majors -- and Minors.

1/19/2013 | San Jose joins in on strange Te'o tale
The San Jose Giants on Friday unveiled their "Lennay Kekua Night" promotion, which will take place on April 12 at Municipal Stadium.

1/19/2013 | Injury in Minors altered Musial's career
Stan Musial might never have become one of the greatest hitters in baseball history had he not injured his shoulder in the Minor Leagues.

1/18/2013 | Q&A: Morris 'Brews' an all-around mix
Brewers prospect Hunter Morris won an MVP award and a Gold Glove in his hometown. We got his thoughts on the past and the future.

1/18/2013 | Lake County makes first pitch for Lance
In the wake of Lance Armstrong's admission to using PEDs, the Class A Captains are planning a night in his "honor."

1/18/2013 | Daley, Gallagher suspended 50 games
Oakland righty Gary Daley Jr. and free agent Austin Gallagher were each handed 50-game suspensions Friday for using banned substances.

1/17/2013 | Wordsmith crafts gem of baseball book
Lansing Lugnuts broadcaster Jesse Goldberg-Strassler presents the lingo of the game -- past and present -- in The Baseball Thesaurus.

1/17/2013 | WBC rosters littered with prospects
The provisional World Baseball Classic rosters were unveiled Thurday, and Jurickson Profar, Xander Bogaerts and Jameson Taillon were named.

1/16/2013 | Q&A: Dodgers' Lee enjoys spotlight
Dodgers righty Zach Lee discussed his decision to forgo college football, his offseason regimen and his feelings about his prospect status.

1/16/2013 | Blue Jays farmhand Farina suspended
Veteran right-hander Alan Farina was suspended 50 games because of a second violation of the Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.

1/16/2013 | Cole rejoins Nats in three-team deal
Washington brought back A.J. Cole on Wednesday with a trade that sent Michael Morse to Seattle and catcher John Jaso to Oakland.

1/14/2013 | Q&A: Bell, Polanco have eyes on the 'Burgh
In a 2-for-1 Q&A, Josh Bell and Gregory Polanco talk about their offseason regimens and rekindling the Pirates' "We Are Family" attitude.

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