Road to The Show™: Twins outfielder Rodriguez
No. 93 prospect leaves mighty impression in small sample
Each week, MiLB.com profiles an elite prospect by chronicling the steps he's taken toward achieving his Major League dream. Here's a look at third-ranked Twins prospect Emmanuel Rodriguez. For more stories about players on The Road to The Show, click here.
When he looks back on his time in the
Reno's Duzenack embarks on trip around the diamond
Arizona farmhand plays every position on the field for Reno
Camden Duzenack is no stranger to playing catcher, toiling at first base or even stepping on the rubber. But to play all nine positions in one game?
Well, the Arizona farmhand can cross that off his bucket list.
Duzenack played an inning defensively at each position before entering in the
Kapers muscles Frisco into Texas League Finals lead
Catcher hits two home runs in RoughRiders' Game 1 blowout
Strong pitching puts Smokies within win of SL crown
Four Cubs prospects hold Blue Wahoos to one run in SL opener
SeaWolves outlast Patriots in EL championship opener
Workman, Tigers' No. 17 prospect Meadows lead SeaWolves rally
Knights' Colas mashes first two Triple-A dingers
Second-ranked White Sox prospect drives in three runs in slugfest
Oscar Colas just put the Minors' highest level on notice.
The second-ranked White Sox prospect, who quickly earned a reputation throughout his rookie campaign for displaying brute raw power, hammered a pair of jaw-droppers for his first two long balls at the Triple-A level -- as part of a three-hit
Chihuahuas punch ticket to PCL Championship
Padres' Triple-A affiliate captures fifth crown in franchise history
Frontier Field run by father-son groundskeeper duo
Red Wings' ballpark grounds crew headed up by Buonomo duo
ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Gene and Geno Buonomo are separated by one letter and not much else. Gene is the head groundskeeper for Triple-A Rochester while Geno, his son, is the assistant groundskeeper. As for how Geno came to Gene's line of work, it must've been in the genes. Right?
Podcast: Tyler's World Baseball Classic travels
Tyler describes experience at World Baseball Classic qualifiers
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'Stars in the making': Caray twins maintain family legacy
Chris and Stefan Caray form a dynamic broadcast duo in Amarillo
It might seem like Chris and Stefan Caray knew their career paths from the time they spoke their first words.
Their father is a baseball broadcaster. Their uncle is a baseball broadcaster. Their grandfather was a baseball broadcaster. And their great-grandfather, as far as Cubs and some Cardinals fans are
Prospect Q&A: Astros' Dirden dishes on approach
Houston’s No. 12 prospect discusses his plan at the plate
The shortened Draft in 2020 created some unique circumstances for players like Justin Dirden.
The Astros' No. 12 prospect was in the midst of a breakout senior season at Southeast Missouri State before the shutdown, batting .414 with nine homers and 26 RBIs in 17 games. He was in a
South Bend scores second championship in three years
Cubs' High-A affiliate won consecutive road games to score title
Just call them the do-or-die kids.
In their second consecutive decisive Game 3 of the postseason, the High-A South Bend Cubs again rose to the occasion by slugging their way to a Midwest League crown with a 7-4 victory over Lake County in the Championship Series on Wednesday at Classic
Rays get another Minor League title from Hot Rods
Strong pitching leads Bowling Green to second consecutive title
For the second year in a row, the Bowling Green Hot Rods have taken home a title.
The Rays’ High-A affiliate bounced back from a big defeat in Game 2 and shut down the powerful Aberdeen offense en route to a 4-0 victory in a decisive Game 3 to claim
West Point grad Rosoff balances life in baseball, military
West Point graduate balances careers in baseball, military
ERIE, Penn. -- When Double-A Erie catcher Jon Rosoff steps to the plate at UPMC Park, an Army running cadence song plays over the PA. This anomalous walk-up music, more evocative of boot camp than ballgame, encapsulates Rosoff's dual existence. Since signing with the Tigers organization in 2018, he's balanced
Perfect in postseason, Mets win first FSL title since '06
Perfect in playoffs, Mets affiliate wins first crown since 2006
The St. Lucie Mets needed an improbable home run to take Game 1 of the Florida State League Championship Series. On Tuesday, though, they took full control of their destiny.
New York's Single-A affiliate took home a league title for the first time since 2006, defeating Dunedin, 6-3, at Clover
RiverDogs sweep to second straight championship
Rays affiliate goes 4-0 in postseason en route to Carolina crown
Much like it did all season long, Charleston dominated in the playoffs en route to a second straight title.
The Single-A Rays affiliate completed a sweep of the Carolina League Championship Series with a convincing 6-2 victory over Lynchburg on Tuesday night at Bank of the James Stadium.
Storm blow through to take California League crown
Winning streak propels Lake Elsinore to first title since 2011
The winds started howling during the final week of the regular season, and only after claiming their first title in 11 years, did the Storm finally die down.
Buoyed by a strong pitching performance from Victor Lizarraga and a knack for the clutch hit, Single-A Lake Elsinore held off Fresno,
Canario swats first three Triple-A homers for I-Cubs
Ninth-ranked Cubs prospect posts four RBIs in Iowa's wild win
Alexander Canario didn't have any home runs in 12 games with Triple-A Iowa coming into Tuesday's action. Now he has three.
The Cubs' No. 9 prospect had a monster night, hitting three long balls as part of a 3-for-5 night with four RBIs to power Iowa to a 12-11 win
Crow-Armstrong, South Bend stave off elimination
Cubs' High-A affiliate won consecutive road games to score title
IronBirds slug way to winner-take-all SAL showdown
Auer delivers key double; four pitchers combine in Game 3 shutout
Somerset contest brings fans out of their seats
Front office inside joke evolves into popular in-game promotion
What started as an inside joke between members of the Double-A Somerset front office turned into a unique opportunity to connect with fans.
For the past few years, Hal Hansen, the Patriots’ director of marketing, has decided what songs are played during postgame fireworks shows at TD Bank Ballpark. Eventually,
Road to The Show™: Rockies shortstop Tovar
No. 28 overall prospect proving to be wise beyond his years
Each week, MiLB.com profiles an elite prospect by chronicling the steps he's taken toward achieving his Major League dream. Here's a look at second-ranked Rockies prospect Ezequiel Tovar. For more stories about players on The Road to The Show, click here.
At the start of the season, many would have
Which top prospects are in the playoffs?
Baseball's brightest prospects vying for Double-A championships
We’re still talking about playoff races in the Majors. Taking the opposite approach of Jim Mora, we’re talking about the actual playoffs in the Minors.
High-A and Single-A regular seasons came to a close Sunday, and their respective postseasons are just around the corner. In fact, the best-of-five Northwest League
Reliever Chentouff embraced as fan-favorite in Erie
SeaWolves' Chentouf an extroverted, exuberant fan favorite
ERIE, Penn. -- Yasin Chentouf, a bearded, long-haired and compactly built SeaWolves relief pitcher, has always had a gift for gab. It's just who he is. This propensity for loquaciousness resulted in his nickname, which he's had for the entirety of his baseball career: Yaya.
"My first year playing baseball,