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Ketel Marte, The Breakout Season

June 27, 2019

As of June 27th, 2019, only 11 Major League players currently boast 20 or more home runs, 50 or more runs, and 50 or more runs batted in. Seven of the 11 players have combined for 2 Gold Gloves, 18 All-Star Game appearances, 3 Most Valuable Player awards, 2 Rookie

Smokin' Aces - Who's On First

Former, Future Aces Ready for Big League Chance
February 25, 2019

While Aceball is still a little over a month away for Triple-A Reno, it has already gotten started during Spring Training. Future, current and former Aces look to impact the Arizona Diamondbacks during big league camp.

Duplantier, Varsho have D-backs on the rise

As far as talent's concerned, season shows system isn't a desert
October 2, 2017

This offseason, is taking a look at the most outstanding campaigns by players in each system across Minor League Baseball and honoring the players -- regardless of age or prospect status -- who had the best seasons in their organization.Not long ago, the Arizona system appeared more noteworthy for

Moncada headlines Players of the Week

Top overall prospect went 11-for-22 over six games for Charlotte
May 8, 2017

He's the game's top prospect for a reason -- well, several reasons, and they were all on display last week.Yoán Moncada headlines the latest group of Minor League Offensive Players of the Week as the International League honoree. He went 11-for-22 (.500) with two homers, a double, four RBIs and

Marte, Weaver begin May with weekly accolades

Aces infielder continues blistering start to 2017; Redbirds right-hander dazzles in return from DL
May 8, 2017

ROUND ROCK, Texas - The Pacific Coast League has named Reno Aces' infielder Ketel Marte and Memphis Redbirds' right-hander Luke Weaver the Player and Pitcher of the Week for May 1-7, the office announced Monday. 

Scorching Marte gets three more hits for Aces

D-backs infielder drives in five, raises PCL-best average to .427
May 4, 2017

Traded over the offseason, Ketel Marte could have shrank into a diminished role in a new organization, unsure of his road back to the big leagues. Instead, he's doing everything in his power to stand out.The D-backs infielder drove in five runs on a 3-for-4 night, finishing a homer shy