Bohm's big night not enough for Philadelphia
No. 28 overall prospect part of back-to-back-to-back home runs
Alec Bohm showed Philadelphia the benefits of having him bat between Bryce Harper and Didi Gregorius on Thursday night.
Philadelphia's top-ranked prospect fit right in with the seasoned veterans, hitting the middle long ball of a back-to-back-to-back sequence as the Phillies fell to the Mets, 10-6, at Citizens Bank Park.
They are the champions: MiLB's winningest clubs
A league-by-league overview of the teams that have the most titles
This is the time of year when Minor League championships are won. But the absence of a Minor League Baseball season has meant the absence of playoffs, which has meant the absence of championships. You, of course, already knew this.
So enough talk about absence. This article is about those
Royals' Singer leaves prospect status behind in style
Righty tosses six scoreless innings in final start as a prospect
Brady Singer looked every bit a top pitching prospect in his final start as one.
As he eclipsed his eligibility for inclusion on MLB Pipeline's Top 100 list, the No. 57 overall prospect allowed two hits and struck out eight over six innings in the Royals' 4-0 blanking of the
Former No. 1 pick Moniak promoted by Phillies
Injury brings top pick in 2016 Draft to Major Leagues for debut
Beset by injuries, the Phillies are bringing 2016's No. 1 overall pick to the Major Leagues.
Outfielder Mickey Moniak was called up ahead of Wednesday's game against the Mets. Philly's No. 13 prospect was not in the starting lineup.
El Paso continues to honor innovative Diablos
Throwback identity still resonates with passionate fan base
When it launched fully in 2018, Minor League Baseball’s Copa de la Diversión initiative was based on a mission of community service, inclusiveness and engagement with Latinx fans across the MiLB landscape. In some markets, that’s been a critical thread in franchise identities for decades.
In the Southwest, teams have
Houck dominates, strikes for charity in Sox debut
Boston's No. 10 prospect fans seven over five scoreless innings
Prior to his Major League debut Tuesday, Tanner Houck made it known that he wanted his first appearance on the mound to be about more than just baseball. He came through.
Boston’s No. 10 prospect tossed five stellar innings in his first big league start, notching seven strikeouts -- and
5-7-5: River Cats' broadcaster pens book of haiku
Doskow's 'Goodnight Em' getting to go deep, three lines at a time
This past March, Johnny Doskow's long-established baseball routines were completely upended by COVID-19. This was the case for everyone, of course, but Doskow used his newfound free time in a particularly unique manner. The longtime voice of the Triple-A Sacramento River Cats penned and summarily self-published his debut book of
Red alert: Stephenson walks it off for Cincinnati
Club's No. 4 prospect belts pinch-hit homer in opener of double dip
A run-of-the-mill home run just isn't enough for Tyler Stephenson.
The No. 4 Reds prospect slugged a pinch-hit walk-off homer in the bottom of the seventh inning to lead Cincinnati past visiting Pittsburgh, 3-1, in the first game of Monday's doubleheader. The two-run blast was Stephenson's second roundtripper as a
Combs brought major smiles to Minors
Former Pirates prospect lost battle with ALS this month
Paul Stabile felt like entering professional baseball meant starting life over. He was born in Brooklyn, went 33-0 as a high schooler on Staten Island and was selected in the eighth round of the 1987 Draft, thanks to a 202-strikeout season at a community college in Northern New Jersey.
The Road to The Show: Cubs' Amaya
Cubs No. 3 prospect has skills, mind-set to thrive behind plate
Each week, MiLB.com profiles an elite prospect by chronicling the steps he's taken to reach the brink of realizing his Major League dream. Here's a look at Chicago Cubs catcher Miguel Amaya. For more player journeys on The Road to The Show, click here.
Revenge: Sixto beats Phils in first complete game
Top Marlins prospect tosses three-hitter, beats Phillies
In his first chance to square off with the organization that signed him as an amateur in 2015 and traded him away four years later, Sixto Sanchez made it count.
MLB Pipeline's No. 22 overall prospect twirled his first career complete game, a three-hitter over seven stellar innings, as the
Phillies prospect Howard placed on 10-day IL
Second-ranked prospect left Saturday start with shoulder stiffness
On Saturday night, top Phillies pitching prospect Spencer Howard left his start due to a shoulder issue. A day later, he went on the shelf.
With two weeks left in the regular season, MLB Pipeline's No. 32 overall prospect was placed on the 10-day Injured List on Sunday with right
Anderson makes history with latest gem for Braves
No. 38 overall prospect first on team to go seven innings in '20
The Braves had gone the entirety of the shortened 2020 season without a starting pitcher making it through seven innings. Ian Anderson changed that on Saturday in Washington.
MLB Pipeline's No. 38 overall prospect dealt seven scoreless frames to pilot Atlanta to a 2-1 victory over the Nationals in just
Phils' Howard pulled from start with stiff shoulder
Twins prospect Rooker suffers fractured right forearm
For a while on Saturday, it looked like Spencer Howard was on the way to his best start as a Major Leaguer. Now it's uncertain whether the Phillies' top pitching prospect will make his next start.
Howard exited in the fourth inning of Philadelphia's 12-6 win at Miami with stiffness
Royals' Bubic picks up first Major League win
Royals No. 7 prospect follows Singer with another gem
The Royals’ rotation of the future is looking good -- now.
One night after No. 58 overall prospect Brady Singer took a no-hitter into the eighth inning, Royals No. 7 prospect Kris Bubic picked up his first Major League win in a 4-3 victory over Pittsburgh. Bubic allowed a career-best
A's southpaw Puk to undergo shoulder surgery
No. 59 overall prospect was shut down earlier this week
Left-hander A.J. Puk's season is over before it ever began.
The top A's prospect will undergo shoulder surgery next week, manager Bob Melvin announced before Friday night's game at Texas.
Beloit embracing change with new name, ballpark
Midwest League team puts five potential monikers up for fan vote
Between its under construction ballpark and name-the-team contest, things are going to look a lot different in Beloit, Wisconsin, next year. Now it's up to fans to decide whether that new downtown stadium will be full of cheese, polka music or something else entirely.
Podcast: Amarillo's Wellman recalls postseason
Amarillo's Wellman recalls Texas League title, traded prospects
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Royals' Singer all but unhittable for eight innings
No. 58 overall prospect gives up two-out single in eighth, fans eight
In just his ninth Major League start, Brady Singer nearly carved out his name in the record books. He settled for carving his way through the Indians' batting order.
The third-ranked Royals prospect carried a no-hitter into the eighth inning, allowing a lone single and two walks while striking out
Dalbec smacks way into history with Red Sox
Red Sox No. 3 prospect fastest rookie to go yard in five straight
Bobby Dalbec already had announced his presence to Major League Baseball with authority. On Thursday, the third-ranked Red Sox prospect made sure the message was loud and clear.
Dalbec homered in his fifth straight game en route to Boston's 4-3 win over Tampa Bay. With that shot, the infielder became
Rangers calling up Huff for MLB debut
Texas adding No. 75 overall prospect following Trevino injury
The catching position is about to get a whole lot bigger in Texas.
The Rangers are adding No. 75 overall prospect Sam Huff to the Major League roster prior to Thursday's game against the Angels, the club announced. Outfielder Scott Heineman was optioned to the alternate training site to make
Lexington and Florence travel the Bourbon Trail
Season on the rocks results in neat Kentucky baseball partnership
Brandon Phillips is a member of the Lexington Legends.
Ordinarily, this would sound absurd, and perhaps it still does. What set of circumstances would lead a 39-year-old Cincinnati Reds icon with more than 2,000 hits at the Major League level to come out of retirement to play for the Legends,
O's Mountcastle posts first four-hit game in Majors
No. 99 overall prospect delivers first four-hit game in big leagues
Since his promotion to the Majors last month, Ryan Mountcastle has quickly become a force in the middle of the Orioles lineup. On Wednesday, he had his best game yet.
One night after ripping two hits, the fifth-ranked O's prospect set a career high with four knocks, driving in one