Kevin Goldstein highlights some interesting performances from Monday night in the minors.
Kevin Goldstein's final Minor League Update of the season features one of baseball's best hitting prospects getting the call ... to Triple-A for the playoffs.
Kevin Goldstein likes what he sees from the Braves' teenage pitching prospect Julio Teheran
Kevin Goldstein wraps up Tuesday's minor league action which featured Jason Heyward's return from injury and Dan Hudson's final outing before his call to The Show.
Chris Carter was recently promoted to Triple-A Sacremento and has picked up where he left off, with a 3-homer game in his seventh Triple-A contest.
The D-Train has been derailed and won't be back on track any time soon, as indicated by his latest minor league effort.
Madison Bumgarner is on a five-game hot streak despite his velocity not being at its best. That's both good news and bad news.
Jhoulys Chacin skipped Triple-A on his way to the majors this season, but has been sent back down by the Rockies. In his Triple-A debut Tuesday, he was unhittable, but showed why he might not be ready for The Show just yet.
Brett Wallace, the key to the Matt Holliday deal between the Oakland A's and the St. Louis Cardinals, had a big day on Sunday in Sacramento.
Jake Peavy made his first rehab start for the Triple-A Charlotte Knights on Thursday, giving hope that he will pitch in the major leagues again this season.
Michael Taylor was not offered in any deadline deal, and he's proving why, notching a cycle in Triple-A on Wednesday.
Carlos Carrasco was the key to the Cliff Lee trade between the Indians and Phillies. On Tuesday, he showed off what made him worthy of such a distinction.
Kevin Goldstein's news and notes from Thursday in the minors, headlined by yet another solid pitching prospect in the Baltimore Orioles organization.
On Wednesday, Pedro Martinez showed he has plenty of gas left in the tank, striking out 11 in a Double-A game.
Kevin Goldstein's news and notes from Tuesday in the minor leagues, leading with Jason Heyward's solid performance even in a losing effort.
Kevin Goldstein notes that Drew Stubbs is already a better ballplayer than Willy Taveras, so what is he doing still in Triple-A?