Mayo, Holliday lead Tides to first IL title in 38 years
Highly touted Orioles prospects make all the difference in Game 3
On the same night the big league club clinched its first AL East crown since 2014 with its 100th victory of the season, the Triple-A Norfolk Tides put an exclamation mark on their winningest season by capturing the International League championship for the first time in 38 years.
Sod Poodles win second TL crown in five years
Duzenack's grand slam sets stage for D-backs affiliate's victory
Amarillo set up shop as a Double-A affiliate five years ago, and the Sod Poodles have scored two Texas League championships in that time.
The second one was secured by D-backs affiliate in grand fashion Wednesday night. Behind a bases-loaded homer by Camden Duzenack, the Amarillo Sod Poodles routed the
Kernels harvest first Midwest League title since '94
No. 3 Twins prospect Rodriguez launches slam in decisive Game 3
The Cedar Rapids Kernels were the team to beat in the Midwest League all season. And the Twins' High-A affiliate made good on that promise by winning its first championship since 1994.
The Kernels defeated the Great Lakes Loons, 7-6, at Veterans Memorial Stadium in the winner-take-all Game 3 of
Jobe puts six zeros on board in SeaWolves debut
Tigers' top pitching prospect scatters four hits and strikes out six
Facing Double-A hitters for the first time, Jackson Jobe put together arguably the best start of his pro career so far.
The Tigers’ top pitching prospect scattered four hits over six scoreless innings, fanning six without issuing a walk in Erie's 1-0 loss to Richmond on Sunday at UPMC Park.
RiverDogs show Pride for Rainbows Night
Charleston threw it back for its annual LGBTQ+ celebration
A recent LGBTQ+ promotion by Tampa Bay's Single-A affiliate passed with flying colors.
The Charleston RiverDogs threw it back to the '80s and '90s during their annual Rainbows Pride Night on Aug. 16 at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Ballpark. Some real rainbows even came out during the 1-0 victory over
Crews firing on all cylinders at dish for FredNats
Top-ranked Nationals prospect goes deep on 3-hit, 4-RBI night
You've heard of a one-man wrecking crew. Now consider, a one-man wrecking ... Crews.
Collecting three hits and four RBIs, top-ranked Nationals prospect Dylan Crews helped Single-A Fredericksburg to a convincing 11-3 victory over Augusta on Saturday night at Virginia Credit Union Stadium.
Jung making good first impression with Erie
No. 2 Tigers prospect dials long distance for first Double-A homer
A bigger stage didn't seem to bother Jace Jung.
The No. 2 Tigers prospect put up his first Double-A home run in just his fourth game for Erie, which fell to Akron 5-3 at UPMC Park on Friday.
The whack came on an 0-1 count with a runner on, when
Forever 21: Curve retire Clemente's number
Iconic Pirate's legacy honored by Altoona with family in attendance
The Altoona Curve -- the Pirates’ Double-A affiliate -- retired the number of one of Pittsburgh’s all-time greats: Roberto Clemente.
The retirement ceremony took place ahead of Friday’s game against Reading. Altoona’s defeat to the Reading Fightin Phils, 4-1, barely put a damper on the day’s festivities.
The Curve conducted
Lawlar, Lee show out in Texas League tilt
Sod Poodles, Wind Surge shortstops collect three hits apiece
The stars were big and bright in Amarillo, Texas, as the Double-A Sod Poodles and Wind Surge faced off Wednesday in a game with a combined seven Top 30 prospects from the D-backs and Twins organizations, including each club's top-ranked player.
Arizona's No. 1 prospect Jordan Lawlar and Minnesota's top-ranked
Melendez brings long ball streak home to Texas
No. 7 D-backs prospect goes yard for the fourth straight game
Ivan Melendez can’t stop mashing in the Yellow City.
The seventh-ranked D-backs prospect, who has homered in all of his last four games, went yard twice Tuesday night en route to Double-A Amarillo's 10-7 win over Wichita at HODGETOWN.
But Melendez was reaching the fences before the All-Star break …
Holliday hit parade taking Baysox by storm
MLB's No. 1 prospect compiles five hits in first two Double-A games
New team, same old Jackson Holliday.
With his promotion to Double-A Bowie during the All-Star break, the Orioles’ top prospect has moved up two levels since the start of the season. The extra pressure of Double-A ball doesn't seem to bother him, though, as the standout has racked up five
Redbirds' Winn collects season-high four hits
Cardinals' No. 2 prospect has slashed .284/.349/.414 since May
Masyn Winn’s bat is heating up, and Sunday's season high in hits serves as the latest proof of that.
The No. 37 overall prospect per MLB Pipeline posted his first four-hit game at the Triple-A level in Memphis' 10-4 win over Jacksonville. Winn scored two runs in his first game
Big Red Machine! De La Cruz rips 117.3 mph double
Top-ranked Reds prospect laces 4th-hardest ball in Triple-A of 2023
Thirty-two balls have been hit at least 116 mph this year at the Major League and Triple-A levels. Seven of those came from Elly De La Cruz's bat.
The only other batters to break 116 multiple times this season are: Giancarlo Stanton (4), Jake Burger, Jo Adell and Ronald Acuña
Redbirds' Walker, Winn take flight in tandem
Cards' top two prospects go deep in same contest to spur rally
The Triple-A Memphis Redbirds delivered a 1-2 punch to the Omaha Storm Chasers Wednesday night, with the top two Cardinals prospects each going yard.
Jordan Walker, the top prospect in baseball, and MLB No. 38 Masyn Winn hit their fourth and six homers, respectively, at the level on the season.
Baker's barrel? To third. The ball? Over the wall
Memphis masher reclaims International League HR lead in style
With a crack of the bat -- literally -- Luken Baker reclaimed the lead in the International League home run title race. Although it's how he did so that was notable.
The 15th homer of the year for the Cardinals prospect at Triple-A Memphis came off a broken bat, yet
Holliday soars to new heights for IronBirds
Baseball's No. 3 prospect racks up career-high 6 RBIs in cycle bid
Only Mother Nature could stop Jackson Holliday on Tuesday.
But the No. 3 prospect in baseball per MLB Pipeline still managed to rack up a career-high six RBIs while falling a single short of the cycle through five frames in High-A Aberdeen's rain-shortened 8-7 loss to Winston-Salem.
Naylor's two-homer night the wind in Clippers' sails
No. 4 Guardians prospect rips 2nd homer 452 ft. in comeback win
Triple-A Columbus was down 9-2 during the top of the sixth Saturday with Andrew Abbott, the Minors' strikeout leader, on the mound. With a 1-1 count with two on, Guardians No. 4 prospect (MLB No. 54) Bo Naylor swung at a high pitch.
And it just kept going.