- Bulls turn around-the-horn triple play
- Clippers' Lindor smacks a leadoff homer
- Hood hits walk-off blast for playoff-bound Chiefs
- Bisons' Pompey breaks up Espino's no-hit bid
- PawSox's Bryce Brentz makes a sliding catch
- Tribe pitcher Morris slugs first career homer
- Chiefs clinch first division title since 1989
- RedHawks' Sclafani leaps, starts double play
- Rehabbing Hosmer wins it for Storm Chasers
- Moya sets SeaWolves' record with 35th homer
- Rosa's single moves Suns into first place
- Peterson mashes a long solo homer for Generals
After becoming the first Minor Leaguer in two years to play all nine positions in one game, Brevard County's Nathan Orf learned he was promoted for the Southern League playoffs.
After committing a costly error, Trey Vavra more than made up for it with a go-ahead RBI single that led the E-Twins to victory in the 13th inning of their Appalachian semifinals opener.
From Arkansas to Cedar Rapids, Minor Leaguers screamed, stripped, posed with beverages and then tweeted about their moments of clubhouse glory after clinching playoff spots.
Devoted autograph seeker Ted Wasko and his brother have put together a staggering collection of baseball cards, including many autographed keepsakes from the Minor Leagues.
Fran Whitten switched colleges last year to pursue a graduate degree in criminal justice. But after being drafted in the 37th round by the Angels, he's thriving in his first pro season.
- Orf plays nine positions in Manatees' finale
- Vavra helps E-Twins win Appy opener in extras
- Hillcats' Sims finishes season with a flourish
- This time, Suns' Nicolino delivers in the clutch
- RoughRiders' Wise continues power surge
- Kuhl helps Marauders wrap up FSL South early
- Bulls complete around-the-horn triple play
- Giants, Indians advance to Final in AZL League
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