Arozarena sets postseason hit record
Rays No. 19 prospect notches 27th knock in World Series Game 5
Randy Arozarena again separated himself in playoff lore.
The 19th-ranked Rays prospect set the postseason hits record with an RBI single in the third inning of a 4-2 loss to the Dodgers in Game 5 of the World Series on Sunday at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas.
Rays' Arozarena claims two more playoff records
No. 19 prospect passes Jeter, ties Bonds with World Series homer
With one swing, Randy Arozarena tacked two records onto his historic playoff tear.
The No. 19 Rays prospect’s ninth-inning home run in Game 3 of the World Series gave Arozarena 23 hits this postseason, eclipsing Derek Jeter’s 1996 mark for the most by a rookie. And because the knock left
Hits just keep on coming for Rays' Arozarena
Tampa Bay's No. 19 prospect posts fifth multi-hit effort of playoffs
His team may be seven wins shy of a World Series title, no one would blame Randy Arozarena for wanting the 2020 season to go on forever.
Buoyed by two more hits from one of baseball's hottest hitters, Tampa Bay doubled up Houston, 4-2, on Monday to take a 2-0
Arozarena remains electric for Rays
No. 19 prospect launches fourth homer of postseason
He did it again.
Randy Arozarena homered for the fourth time this postseason, smacking a solo shot that put Tampa Bay on the board en route to a 2-1 victory over the Astros in Game 1 of the American League Championship Series.
"He’s having a lot of fun right now,’’
Rays' Arozarena a hit in postseason play
Club's No. 19 prospect goes yard, ties career high with three hits
Randy Arozarena might have been a relative unknown to Tampa fans even a month ago. That's not the case anymore.
The No. 19 Rays prospect homered, singled twice and scored two runs, but it wasn't enough to overcome the four Yankee home runs that propelled the Bronx Bombers to a
Sixto helps Marlins advance to NLDS
No. 19 overall prospect pitches five shutout innings, fans six
Sixto Sanchez was 5 years old the last time the Marlins won a playoff series. On Friday afternoon, he helped them advance to the National League Division Series.
MLB Pipeline's No. 19 overall prospect struck out six over five innings in his big league postseason debut as the Marlins completed
Cards' Carlson makes history in playoff debut
No. 14 overall prospect reaches base four times, scores twice
Two weeks ago, Dylan Carlson wasn’t even on the Cardinals’ roster. After struggling at the plate over his first 23 games in the big leagues, he’d been sent back to the team’s alternate training site in Springfield, Missouri, where he began the shortened 2020 season.
Now, on the final day
Rays' Arozarena makes postseason splash
No. 19 prospect triples, scores run in Game 1 win over Jays
Randy Arozarena is no stranger to postseason success.
The 19th-ranked Rays prospect was an integral part of Triple-A Memphis' run to the Pacific Coast League championship in 2018. Arozarena started all eight playoff games for the Redbirds that year and posted a .407/.485/.741 slash line with a pair of homers,
Jazz sets tone in final Marlins tune-up
No. 62 overall prospect homers, doubles, drives in three runs
There was no playing second fiddle for Jazz Chisholm on Sunday.
The fourth-ranked Marlins prospect was front and center as he put together his best performance in The Show with a homer, double, three RBIs and a pair of runs scored to lead his club to a 5-0 blanking of
Bucs’ Hayes delivers 5-for-5 performance
No. 38 overall prospect extends hitting streak to seven games
In less than a month since his first Major League callup, Ke'Bryan Hayes has emerged as a cornerstone of the rebuilding Pirates’ future.
And while the club is on the verge of a third consecutive last-place finish in the National League Central, its second-ranked prospect showed why he could be
Jays' Pearson blazes his way into record books
No. 7 overall prospect hurls 101.5 mph heater, sets club mark
It’s no secret that Nate Pearson throws hard. Through three Minor League seasons and a handful of appearances in the bigs this year, the top Blue Jays prospect put on display one of the best fastballs in the game and in the Toronto organization as a whole.
Now, after just
Carlson still soaring with Cardinals
Baseball's No. 15 overall prospect goes deep, drives in three runs
On the night Yadier Molina collected his 2,000th career hit, the next generation in the form of Dylan Carlson also stepped up for the Cardinals in their playoff push.
Two days after recording his first three-hit game in the Majors, the top St. Louis prospect posted another multi-hit game with
Arozarena amazes as Rays clinch division
No. 19 prospect homers twice; Tampa Bay locks up AL East
On the verge of clinching their first division title since 2010, the Tampa Bay Rays were looking for a celebration.
Randy Arozarena was the perfect party planner.
In spot duty, Wilson leads Atlanta to playoffs
Fifth-ranked prospect tosses five scoreless to clinch division
Pressed into starting duty by an injury-ravaged rotation, Bryse Wilson stepped up and pitched his team to the postseason.
Atlanta’s No. 5 prospect dealt five scoreless innings, striking out seven while allowing just three hits and one walk as the Braves clinched their third straight National League East title with
Kirk powers Jays with perfect night at plate
Sixth-ranked Jays prospect homers, doubles in first multi-hit game
Alejandro Kirk hadn't played above Class A Advanced before he was brought up on Sept. 12. The sixth-ranked Toronto prospect had two hits in the Majors heading into Monday's game. By the end of the night, he had tripled that number.
Kirk went a perfect 4-for-4 -- smacking a homer
Houck dominates Yankees in Fenway debut
10th-ranked Red Sox prospect takes no-hitter into sixth inning
Tanner Houck introduced himself to Red Sox fans last week with a strong -- and charitable -- Major League debut. On Sunday, he introduced himself to Fenway Park with an even better performance against his team’s archrival.
Houck took a no-hitter into the sixth and ended up allowing an unearned
Peterson steps up at right time for Mets
12th-ranked prospect registers career-best 10 strikeouts
A bout with shoulder fatigue was a speed bump for David Peterson as he blossomed into one of the few stable arms in the Mets’ ailing rotation. But he seemed to jump back in without missing a beat Saturday night.
The 12th-ranked Mets prospect recorded a career-high 10 punchouts over
Carlson rejoins Cardinals, goes deep
No. 16 overall prospect returns from alternate site with a bang
Dylan Carlson didn’t take long to make an impact after returning from the Cardinals' alternate training site.
St. Louis’ top-ranked prospect went 2-for-3 and crushed a three-run homer in his first start since being sent to Springfield, capping a late comeback effort as the Cardinals completed a sweep of the
Bohm's big night not enough for Philly
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.
Singer pitches another gem for Royals
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
Houck strikes for charity in Red 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
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
Braves' Anderson deals best performance yet
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
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
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