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Veterans, youngsters collide in Triple-A voting
Albuquerque's John Lindsey led the Minors with a .353 average before making his Major League debut at age 33 in September. Mark Trumbo of Salt Lake tied for the Minors lead with 36 homers and finished third with 122 RBIs. Fellow sluggers J.P. Arencibia of Las Vegas and Brad Snyder of Iowa also terrorized the Pacific Coast League, while Durham's Dan Johnson and Gwinnett's Freddie Freeman dominated the International League. More »





Double-A choices proved to be Naturals in 2010
A pair of Northwest Arkansas Naturals lit up the Texas League, with league MVP Mike Moustakas driving in 76 runs in 66 games while Clint Robinson hit a team-record 29 homers and claimed the Triple Crown. Tennessee's Brandon Guyer hit .344 to lead the Southern League. Eric Thames' 104 RBIs for New Hampshire were tops in Double-A, Dave Sappelt hit .361 in 89 games for Carolina, and veteran Tagg Bozied racked up 27 homers for Reading. More »





The balls continued to fly out in the Cal League
Four California League hitters piled up hits in 2010. San Jose's Brandon Belt batted .383, and High Desert's Rich Poythress led the Minors with 130 RBIs while teammate Johermyn Chavez and Paul Goldschmidt of Visalia both collected more than 30 home runs. Potomac's Tyler Moore hit 31 homers and drove in 111 runs to win the Carolina League MVP, and Bradenton's Quincy Latimore posted 19 homers and 100 RBIs in the pitcher-friendly Florida State League. More »





More than a Kernel of truth in Cedar Rapids candidates
Two Cedar Rapids Kernels led the hit parade in the Midwest League, with former top Draft pick Mike Trout batting .362 in 81 games while leadoff man Jean Segura drove in 79 runs and stole 50 bases. Wisconsin's Khristopher Davis' 22 homers were one behind Midwest League leader Nick Franklin. J.D. Martinez of Lexington hit .362, tops in the Sally League by nearly 50 points, while Asheville's Jared Clark paced the circuit with 24 longballs. More »





Short season choices long on powerful performances
Nick Akins slugged an astonishing 21 homers in 67 games between Ogden and the AZL Dodgers to lead all short-season hitters. His Raptors teammate Jake Lemmerman hit .363 and won the Pioneer League MVP while Casper's Corey Dickerson led the circuit with 61 RBIs. Kevin Rivers batted .332 to lead Everett to its first Northwest League title. Back east, Elizabethton's Oswaldo Arcia and Brooklyn's Cory Vaughn powered their clubs to the playoffs. More »