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The Naturals’ starter has been honored for his performance the week of August 22 through August 28.
August 29, 2022

SPRINGDALE, AR – Minor League Baseball announced the Pitcher and Player of the Week honors for each of the respective Player Development Leagues and Naturals’ right-hander Jonathan Bowlan_ was named the Texas League Pitcher of the Week for his performance the week of August 22 through August 28. Bowlan’s recognition

O's Baumann among Pitchers of the Week

No. 27 Baltimore prospect tossed no-hitter in big week for Bowie
July 22, 2019

Whether Michael Baumann has a future as a starter or reliever in the upper levels remains a question. Given his performance last week, he appears to be making a serious push for a spot in a future Major League rotation. The Orioles' No. 24 prospect was named the Eastern League

Bowlan, Dedelow honored with CL's weekly awards

Bowlan recorded Wilmington's first no-hitter in 19 years last Monday
July 22, 2019

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (July 22, 2019) - Thanks to a nine-inning no-hitter last Monday, Wilmington's Jonathan Bowlan is the Pitcher of the Week for July 15-21, while league highs in several offensive categories propelled Winston-Salem's Craig Dedelow to the Player of the Week honor, the Carolina League office announced on Monday

Bowlan goes distance in Blue Rocks' no-no

Royals No. 29 prospect works around an error, strikes out nine
July 15, 2019

Only a throwing error stood between Jonathan Bowlan and perfection Monday night.Kansas City's No. 29 prospect struck out nine, did not walk a batter and worked around the second-inning miscue to make history as Class A Advanced Wilmington blanked Carolina, 3-0, at Frawley Stadium. It was the Carolina League's first

Pioneer notes: Bowlan adapting to pro ball

Royals prospect making adjustments in debut with Idaho Falls
July 18, 2018

Jonathan Bowlan was a surprise second-round pick for the Kansas City Royals in June -- at least to him -- after his 2-9 record as a junior pitcher at the University of Memphis.So if July 15 was not a banner day for the 6-foot-6 right-hander, he'll take the bad with