McMahon brews up big day for Isotopes
Rockies infielder plates five in first game, scores three in second
One game just wasn't enough for Ryan McMahon.The Colorado first baseman belted a long ball and drove in five runs in Saturday's resumed game, then homered and scored three times in the nightcap as Triple-A Albuquerque took two from Fresno with 10-3 and 7-4 wins.
'Topes' McMahon clubs a pair of long balls
Rockies No. 2 prospect drives in four in another multi-hit game
Despite being some 300 miles away from Disneyland, there was some magic in the bat that Ryan McMahon was swinging on Tuesday.The second-ranked Rockies prospect broke all of his bats five games into Triple-A Albuquerque's current seven-game roadtrip. So on Monday, he turned to teammate Mike Tauchman for help. He
Top prospects making cut in Major Leagues
Ohtani, Brinson, Kingery find spots on 2018 Opening Day rosters
It's the "Will they, won't they" of the prospect world.Every spring, dozens of prospects are brought to Major League camp either as members of the 40-man roster or as non-roster invitees, and over the course of Grapefruit and Cactus League play, they get a chance to prove they're ready to
Rockies' McMahon makes big league roster
Corner infielder to see bulk of time at first, splitting with Desmond
Ryan McMahon currently stands as team's No. 2 prospect. If things go well, soon he won't be a prospect at all.A stellar Spring Training put Colorado's rising corner infielder on his organization's big league roster for Opening Day, the Rockies said Tuesday.
White, McMahon mash their way to MiLBY
Fresno's 15-14 win over Albuquerque named Best Game of 2017
Like a heavyweight fight that goes the distance, Albuquerque's Ryan McMahon and Fresno's Tyler White did their best to turn a Friday night Pacific Coast League contest into their own main event. When the dust settled and the final bell rang, the 11,641 fans in attendance at Isotopes Park were
McMahon, Rodgers power Rockies system
Slugging infielders headline a host of talented hitters on the rise
This offseason, MiLB.com 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.Offense has long been the hallmark of the Colorado Rockies,
Barfield powers way to Player of the Week
Veteran outfielder continued Double-A tear with six-homer stretch
Jeremy Barfield has done a lot in Minor League Baseball. He's been part of the A's, Rockies and Red Sox organizations. He's played in the Northwest, Midwest, California, Texas, Eastern and Pacific Coast Leagues. He's had 2,971 at-bats as a hitter and even thrown 41 2/3 innings. Yet Monday brought a
McMahon, Albaladejo nab weekly awards
'Topes IF continues torrid Triple-A start; 51s' RHP made first two affiliated appearances since 2013
ROUND ROCK, Texas - The Pacific Coast League announced Monday that Albuquerque infielder Ryan McMahon and Las Vegas right-hander Jonathan Albaladejo have been named the Player and Pitcher of the Week for the period of July 24-30.
McMahon posts another four hits for Isotopes
Rockies' No. 3 prospect finishes double shy of cycle; so does Dahl
By this point, Pacific Coast League pitchers must be at a loss in figuring out what to do with Ryan McMahon.Colorado's No. 3 prospect turned in his latest four-hit game and came within a double of the cycle -- as did teammate David Dahl -- as Triple-A Albuquerque downed visiting
McMahon recognized as Player of the Month
In first month at Triple-A, 'Topes slugger paces PCL in hits, extra-base hits and total bases
ROUND ROCK, Texas - Following a vote of Pacific Coast League field managers, Albuquerque Isotopes' infielder Ryan McMahon has been elected the League's Player of the Month for June, the League office announced Wednesday. McMahon, along with winners from other leagues, will be presented with an award from Minor League
Sizzling McMahon tallies four hits for 'Topes
Rockies No. 5 prospect extends latest streak to seven games
In many cases, a player's hot start at a new level is followed by a down period as scouting reports take shape and opposing pitchers adjust. That rule doesn't seem to apply to Ryan McMahon.The Rockies' No. 5 prospect went 4-for-4 with a homer, two RBIs and a walk to continue
Isotopes' McMahon powers Players of the Week
Rockies No. 5 prospect batted .593 with five homers in six games
After a rough 2016 season in which he hit .242 with 161 strikeouts in 133 games at Double-A Hartford, Ryan McMahon entered Spring Training trying to find an offensive fix that he could carry into his return to the Eastern League.It was no quick task.
McMahon, Gant awarded for weekly play
'Topes' IF paces MiLB in several categories; Redbirds' RHP throws gem
ROUND ROCK, Texas - The Pacific Coast League announced Monday that Albuquerque Isotopes' infielder RyanMcMahon and Memphis Redbirds' right-hander John Gant have been named the Player and Pitcher of the Week for the period of June 12-18.
McMahon puts up another crooked number
Rockies No. 5 prospect goes 3-for-5, extends hitting streak to 11
Ryan McMahon is working on an 11-game hitting streak, but that barely scratches the surface of what the Rockies' No. 5 prospect is doing in his first month in the Pacific Coast League.Over his last three games, he's 12-for-15 with four homers, two doubles, 13 RBIs and 27 total bases.
Isotopes' McMahon goes deep twice in wild win
Fifth-ranked Rockies prospect registers first four-hit game in PCL
Ryan McMahon and his team jumped out to an early lead Thursday night. But almost instantly, they knew there would be lots more work to do.Colorado's No. 5 prospect belted two homers and drove in four runs on a 4-for-4 night, helping power Triple-A Albuquerque to a wild 12-11 walk-off
MiLB announces April Players of the Month
Each winner will receive an award from Minor League Baseball
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Minor League Baseball today announced the Player of the Month Award winners for each of the 10 full season leagues for the month of April. Each winner will receive an award from Minor League Baseball in recognition of the honor.Durham Bulls (Rays) third baseman Patrick Leonard