Prospect Roundup August 21st Games: Celestino, Franco, Gorman, and Ober

August 22, 2019 2:24 PM ET

Gilberto Celestino (Greeneville Astros 2017; Elizabethton 2018), Wander Franco (Princeton 2018), Nolan Gorman (Johnson City 2018), and Bailey Ober (Elizabethton 2017) were standout performers on Wednesday.

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Prospect Roundup August 20th Games: Apostel and Newton

August 21, 2019 3:42 PM ET

Sherten Apostel (Bristol 2018) and Shervyen Newton (Kingsport 2018) were standout prospects on Tuesday.

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Reds' Wynne whiffs 17 in second pro start

Signed by Cincy two months ago, righty allows a hit over eight

Randy Wynne tied the Fire Frogs' Philip Pfeifer for the most strikeouts in a single game this season. (Tracy Painter)

By Jordan Wolf | August 20, 2019 9:45 PM ET

Cincinnati righty Randy Wynne allowed one hit and struck out 17 over eight innings, leading the Rookie Advanced Greeneville Reds to a 2-0 win over Burlington on Tuesday.

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Prospect Roundup August 19th Games: De La Cruz, Guzman, and Trageton

August 20, 2019 1:55 PM ET

Jasseel De La Cruz (Danville 2017), Jorge Guzman (Greeneville Astros 2016), and Zack Trageton (Princeton 2017, 18) were standout prospects on Monday.

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Horwitz (Bluefield) and Marin (Elizabethton) Receive POTW Honors

(Emily Ball (Photo of Horwitz); Kassi Butcher (Photo of Marin))

By Joshua Gupton | August 19, 2019 3:38 PM ET

CHAPEL HILL, NC- The Appalachian League announced today that Minor League Baseball selected Bluefield Blue Jays outfielder Spencer Horwitz as Player of the Week and Elizabethton Twins right-handed pitcher Andriu Marin as Pitcher of the Week. Both awards recognize these players' performances for games during the week of August 12-August 18.

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Prospect Roundup August 18th Games: Massey, Siani, and Waters

August 19, 2019 3:26 PM ET

Michael Massey (Burlington 2019), Michael Siani (Greeneville 2018), and Drew Waters (Danville 2017) were standout prospects on Sunday.

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Prospect Roundup August 17th Games: Davis, Florial, and Javier

August 18, 2019 2:44 PM ET

Jaylin Davis (Elizabethton 2016), Estevan Florial (Pulaski 2016), and Cristian Javier (Greeneville Astros 2016) were standout prospects on Saturday.

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Kirilloff (Elizabethton 2016) heating up for Blue Wahoos

By Duane Cross | August 18, 2019 2:29 PM ET

Alex Kirilloff was down in the count. His focus, however, wasn't on a particular pitch. He was zeroed in on being consistent with his approach. And it paid off, again.

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Prospect Roundup August 15th Games: Mason Martin

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August 17, 2019 4:56 PM ET

Mason Martin (Bristol 2018) was a standout prospect on Thursday.

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Prospect Roundup August 16th Games: Kelenic, Kingham, and Wentz

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August 17, 2019 4:48 PM ET

Jarred Kelenic (Kingsport 2018), Nolan Kingham (Danville 2018), and Joey Wentz (Danville 2016) were standout prospects on Friday.

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