Knights' Colas mashes first two Triple-A dingers
Second-ranked White Sox prospect drives in three runs in slugfest
Oscar Colas just put the Minors' highest level on notice.
The second-ranked White Sox prospect, who quickly earned a reputation throughout his rookie campaign for displaying brute raw power, hammered a pair of jaw-droppers for his first two long balls at the Triple-A level -- as part of a three-hit
South Bend claims second crown in three years
Cubs' High-A affiliate won consecutive road games to score title
Just call them the do-or-die kids.
In their second consecutive decisive Game 3 of the postseason, the High-A South Bend Cubs again rose to the occasion by slugging their way to a Midwest League crown with a 7-4 victory over Lake County in the Championship Series on Wednesday at Classic
RiverDogs sweep to second straight championship
Rays affiliate goes 4-0 in postseason en route to Carolina crown
Much like it did all season long, Charleston dominated in the playoffs en route to a second straight title.
The Single-A Rays affiliate completed a sweep of the Carolina League Championship Series with a convincing 6-2 victory over Lynchburg on Tuesday night at Bank of the James Stadium.
The Road to The Show™: Rockies’ Tovar
No. 28 overall prospect proving to be wise beyond his years
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 second-ranked Rockies prospect Ezequiel Tovar. For more stories about players on The Road to The Show, click here.
At the start of the season, many would have
Which top prospects are in the playoffs?
Baseball's brightest prospects vying for Double-A championships
We’re still talking about playoff races in the Majors. Taking the opposite approach of Jim Mora, we’re talking about the actual playoffs in the Minors.
High-A and Single-A regular seasons came to a close Sunday, and their respective postseasons are just around the corner. In fact, the best-of-five Northwest League
Prospect Q&A: Dodgers outfielder Pages
No. 69 overall prospect reflects on season, video game prowess
Nearly five years since he signed with the Dodgers, Andy Pages seems to be the next in a line of excellent Cuban prospects to climb the Minor League ladder.
The 21-year-old has an innate ability to find gaps and hit the ball over the fence, and he’s done just that
The Road to The Show™: Nationals’ Wood
No. 35 overall prospect thriving since blockbuster deadline deal
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 third-ranked Nationals prospect James Wood. For more stories about players on The Road to The Show, click here.
The success of the Nationals’ rebuild will be determined
RailRiders' Volpe belts first two Triple-A homers
Top Yankees prospect hits 20-HR mark for second straight year
It’s only Anthony Volpe’s sixth game at Triple-A, but from the way he’s been swinging the bat, you’d think he’d already be in pinstripes.
MLB’s No. 5 overall prospect cranked his first two home runs at the Minors’ highest level -- one to left-center field, one to right-center -- in
The Road to The Show™: Cardinals’ Burleson
No. 92 overall prospect proves to be a quick study in the Minors
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 fifth-ranked Cardinals prospect Alec Burleson. For more stories about players on The Road to The Show, click here.
There was never really much doubt about Alec Burleson’s
Prospect Q&A: Padres shortstop Merrill
No. 88 prospect discusses return from injuries, wild Deadline
In many ways, Jackson Merrill is something of a last man standing in what was once a loaded Padres’ farm system.
San Diego managed to hold on to MLB Pipeline’s No. 88 overall prospect after a very busy, and potentially franchise-altering, Trade Deadline.
Oklahoma City's Miller mows 'em down
No. 2 Dodgers prospect tallies career-high 14 strikeouts
Bobby Miller makes a point of telling himself to "stay where his feet are" while not looking into the future.
His feet on Thursday were firmly planted on the mound at Dell Diamond, where baseball's No. 27 overall prospect put together one of the best pitching performances of the season.
Rodriguez begins rehab trail at Aberdeen
Orioles' top pitching prospect tosses 31 pitches for IronBirds
Three months ago, the calendar flipped to June with an entire fan base optimistic that its top pitching prospect would dominate his way to the Majors before July. That June 1 start was ultimately Grayson Rodriguez's last before he was shut down with a Grade 2 right lat strain.
Grayson ready for rehab return with Aberdeen
Top Orioles pitching prospect not ruling out MLB debut this year
ABERDEEN, Md. -- In Grayson Rodriguez’s mind, he was on the cusp of promotion when injury struck in early June, given the dominant first half at Triple-A Norfolk the righty remembers as “hands down the best I’ve ever thrown the baseball in my life.” Instead, he was rewarded for that
The Road to The Show™: Rangers’ Carter
No. 59 prospect evolves from Draft mystery to scouting coup
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 third-ranked Rangers prospect Evan Carter. For more stories about players on The Road to The Show, click here.
There aren’t many ways to better illustrate a scouting
Frizzell mashes trifecta for FredNats
Washington prospect logs Fredericksburg's first three-homer game
It was one of those nights for Single-A Fredericksburg, as the team erupted for 23 runs on 20 hits, and it was one of those performances for Will Frizzell, who contributed three of those knocks -- all of which left the yard.
The Nationals infield prospect clubbed a trio of
Lee slugs three home runs for Sugar Land
Seventh-ranked Astros prospect leads club's nine-homer barrage
With his club beginning a road trip in Las Vegas on Tuesday night, it's only appropriate Korey Lee hit the jackpot.
With a final score befitting a football game, the No. 7 Astros prospect left his mark by homering three times and driving in a career-high five runs to power
The Road to The Show™: Yankees' Domínguez
No. 42 prospect grows in shadow of otherworldly expectations
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 second-ranked Yankees prospect Jasson Dominguez. For more stories about players on The Road to The Show, click here.
When a young prospect’s talent and athleticism conjures images
Painter draws up six zeros in Double-A debut
Pitching at third level in '22, top Phillies prospect whiffs eight
It might be reasonable to question how a 19-year-old pitcher, of any pedigree, would fare at the Double-A level, but Andrew Painter is cut from a different cloth. Though instead of wiping away watercolors, this one is mopping up opposing batters.
Painter, the Phillies’ top-ranked prospect and No. 25 in
Jays' Martinez sets homer record for Fisher Cats
No. 73 overall prospect's 28th of season establishes franchise mark
Orelvis Martinez has been hitting homers at a prodigious pace all season. Now, it's led him to the record books.
Baseball’s No. 73 overall prospect crushed his 28th home run of the year to set a new single-season mark for Double-A New Hampshire in a 6-1 win at Hartford on
Moreno's double for Bisons sticks the landing
Top Blue Jays prospect punctures the outfield wall with liner
Top-ranked Blue Jays prospect Gabriel Moreno has climbed the Minor League ladder -- and earned a Major League callup earlier this year -- on the strength of, well, just that -- his power. But the feat he pulled off on Wednesday for Triple-A Buffalo likely can't be contained by the
Ninth overall pick Cross parks two for Fireflies
Top Royals prospect posts first professional multihomer game
Gavin Cross’ final college season came to an end on June 12, meaning the Virginia Tech product had to wait 35 days until he was selected ninth overall in the 2022 MLB Draft. It was another 18 days until his first professional game. With the waiting over, Cross is making
The Road to The Show™: Dodgers catcher Cartaya
No. 12 overall prospect at full strength, showing elite potential
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 Dodgers prospect Diego Cartaya. For more stories about players on The Road to The Show, click here.
As a Venezuelan catcher in the Dodgers system, Diego
Prospect Q&A: Giants southpaw Harrison
No. 23 overall prospect making a point to maintain control
After a terrific professional debut last year, Kyle Harrison has taken a step forward and established himself as the game’s top left-handed pitching prospect.
Ranked No. 2 in the Giants system, Harrison has tallied the most strikeouts per nine innings, 15.16, among all Minor League pitchers to complete at least
Cards' Redmond tallies historic 'homer cycle'
Springfield slugger hits milestones with four dingers and 11 RBIs
On an 88-degree night in Amarillo, Texas, in front of 5,134 at HODGETOWN Stadium, Chandler Redmond mashed his way into baseball lore.
The Cardinals infield prospect barreled up a solo, two-run, three-run and grand slam homer to complete the rarest milestone in baseball history -- the "home run cycle."
The Road to The Show™: Astros righty Brown
No. 80 overall prospect moving quickly for a late bloomer
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 Astros prospect Hunter Brown. For more stories about players on The Road to The Show, click here.
After years of compiling one of the game’s best