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San Jose's two-way sensation swats first pro homer

No. 9 Giants prospect Crawford showcases tantalizing potential
June 10, 2023

Coming out of the 2022 Draft, perhaps no prospect offered as much intrigue and upside as Reggie Crawford, a two-way player from the University of Connecticut who was recovering from major injury when the Giants snagged him with the last pick of the first round, signing him for a slightly

DSL Guardians kick off season with 28-run barrage

Rookie-level squad rolls on Opening Day with 13-run frame, 24 hits
June 5, 2023

There is nothing like Opening Day, and the Rookie-level Guardians Blue had one for the ages in the Dominican Summer League on Monday. Cleveland’s DSL affiliate came out of the gate swinging in its inter-organizational opener against the DSL Guardians Red … and swinging, and swinging and swinging. When they

Lee's 6 hits key Space Cowboys' sonic boom

Astros prospects León, Dirden also go deep in 8-HR, 24-run rout
May 7, 2023

To remember a day like he had at the plate on Sunday, Korey Lee said he needs to think back "probably to Little League or high school, or something like that." When they happen at this level, they're hard to forget. "Just from a hitting standpoint, (today) was probably the

Kurpiel's homer kept going and going

Legendary 1972 long ball may have traveled 670 feet
February 7, 2007

Minor League Baseball is known for its rich history dating back more than 100 years. While much has been written about the best teams and top players who have graced the Minors, there remain many stories either untold or largely forgotten. Each week, will attempt to fill that gap