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Phillies right-hander fans 12 over eight innings in resumed start

On May 1, Matt Russell got off to a good start. Six weeks later, he finished the job.
In a quirk of scheduling, Russell got to pick up his own outing from a weather-suspended game and nearly went the distance — combining for a wild line in the box score

Sights and sounds from action across Minor League Baseball

an hour ago

Hartford Yard Goats PA announcer thrives on mic despite condition

HARTFORD, CONN. — Jared Doyon, PA announcer for the Hartford Yard Goats, describes his style on the mic as clear and concise. So, too, is his message for those who may take inspiration from his career path:
“Don’t let Tourette’s stop you from doing what you love.”
Doyon, 28, was

Dodgers prospect collects six RBIs, four hits in career-high effort

Nelson Quiroz enjoyed hitting his first homer in nearly three years so much he decided to do it again.
And then again.
The Dodgers prospect went deep three times during his four-hit, six-RBI performance as Single-A Rancho Cucamonga rolled past Stockton, 15-3, on Sunday afternoon at Banner Island Ballpark. Quiroz

Red Sox prospect collects career-high eight RBIs in the effort

Nicholas Northcut is always confident in his swing.
In a way, it wasn’t a surprise that the 22-year-old slugger crushed three home runs in a game for the first time in his pro career. But it didn’t stop his excitement about it.
“It felt pretty good,” Northcut said. “It’s always

Return of half-seasons to lower levels puts more clinchings in play

Believe it or not, it’s already “magic number season” for much of the Minor Leagues.
That’s right, there will be playoff berths clinched in June once again thanks to playoff procedures at Double-A, High-A and Single-A that are similar to those pre-pandemic.
The Minor Leagues’ highest level was in the

Sights and sounds from action across Minor League Baseball

June 13, 2022

Ben returns from road trip with tales of Eastern League stops

June 10, 2022

Check out the latest episodes of The Show Before the Show, MiLB.com’s official podcast. A segment rundown is listed below, in case you want to skip to a particular section. Like the podcast? Subscribe, rate and review on Apple Podcasts. The podcast is also available via Spotify, Stitcher and other

No. 98 prospect on shaping his slider, earning promotion to High-A

Throughout the first two months of the season, Ricky Tiedemann has been on a stretch that seems impossible to maintain.
The fourth-ranked Blue Jays prospect sports a 1.44 ERA with 68 strikeouts in 44 2/3 frames over nine starts this season, with his two most recent outings coming after a

Brooklyn reliever helps filmmakers re-create Hall of Fame career

For a Hall of Fame career that had to be seen to be appreciated, it took an appearance from a Minor League reliever to help bring some of those stories to life.
Over 27 years in the Majors, Nolan Ryan set all-time records for total strikeouts (5,714), no-hitters (seven) and

Top Red Sox prospect lives up to high billing in full-season ball

Each week, MiLB.com profiles an elite prospect by chronicling the steps he’s taken toward achieving his Major League dream. Here’s a look at top Red Sox prospect Marcelo Mayer. For more stories about players on The Road to The Show, click here.
As he rose to the top of MLB

New Hampshire pitching coach Jim Czajkowski passes on lessons from a life of baseball

June 6, 2022

Manchester, N.H. – The bases are loaded in the top of the second inning at Delta Dental Stadium. There’s no score between the New Hampshire Fisher Cats and the Binghamton Rumble Ponies, Double-A affiliate of the New York Mets. Hayden Juenger retired the first two batters he faced but then

Twins’ No. 9 prospect has clubbed four long balls in past two games

Spencer Steer entered Sunday’s contest with three home runs in 12 Triple-A games. By game’s end, he had doubled that total.
The ninth-ranked Twins prospect smacked three long balls and drove in five runs in St. Paul’s 16-7 win over Iowa, marking the first time the 24-year-old has hit for

The backstop claims the seventh cycle in Bats history

Chris Okey already had a single, a home run and a triple in the game when he was on-deck with two outs in the ninth inning on Saturday night. The backstop had already driven in three runs and scored twice, and Triple-A Louisville had a sizeable lead on the scoreboard.

Five Great Lakes players combine to achieve the feat in wild fashion

It’s been 60 days since the Minor League season kicked off, and if you’re a fan of milestones, you haven’t been disappointed so far. There have been multiple three-homer games by prospects, many exciting no-hitters across the league and a few cycles also sprinkled in to this point. However, the

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