News From The MinorsSunday December 16, 2018

Padres' Green: Chances 'real' for Tatis, Urias
Speaking from the Winter Meetings San Diego Padres manager Andy Green is excited to pair up Fernando Tatis Jr. and Luis Urias in the middle of the infield soon.(2018/12/13)
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Baines, Smith took specialized trips to Hall
Harold Baines and Lee Smith were drafted as an outfielder and a starting pitcher respectively. They'll enter the Baseball Hall of Fame as a designated hitter and reliever.(2018/12/11)
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Cleared for liftoff: Aviators take flight
Las Vegas' Pacific Coast League team will play in a new ballpark in 2019. On Saturday, the club formerly known as the 51s announced its new name: the Aviators.(2018/12/08)
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RailRiders take '20 Triple-A All-Star reins
The Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders, the New York Yankees' highest affiliate, hasn't hosted the midsummer classic since 1995.(2018/12/06)
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Sounds hit classic notes with remixed look
The Nashville Sounds revealed a new logo suite along with four new uniforms at a Thursday evening event dubbed "Remastered" at First Tennessee Park.(2018/11/16)
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PCL unveils 2019 Championship Season schedule
The Pacific Coast League is excited to kick off its 117th season and today released the official schedule for the 2019 Championship Season. The 16 teams will each play a 140-game schedule that begins on Thursday, April 4 and wraps up on Monday, September 2.(2018/11/15)
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Isotopes win 2018 President's Award
Minor League Baseball announced today that the Albuquerque Isotopes are the recipients of the 45th annual John H. Johnson President's Award.(2018/10/24)
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Mets' Alonso takes strong season to AFL
Coming off of a breakout season that spanned two levels, second-ranked Mets prospect Peter Alonso is setting his sights on continued growth in the Arizona Fall League(2018/10/11)
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Change is good: 2018 affiliation shifts
At the conclusion of an even-numbered season, the affiliation shuffle begins. Ben Hill takes a look at the changes that occurred across the Minor Leagues.(2018/10/04)
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Tucker repeats as Astros' Player of the Year
Second-ranked Houston Astros prospect Kyle Tucker of the Fresno Grizzlies claimed the club's Minor League Player of the Year for the second straight season.(2018/09/21)
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Mejia propels Redbirds to Triple-A crown
Cardinals infielder Alex Mejia went 5-for-5 with five RBIs, leading Memphis to 14-4 pounding of Durham Bulls in the Triple-A National Championship Game on Tuesday in Columbus, Ohio.(2018/09/19)
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Herget, Wong highlight national title rematch
St. Louis Cardinals' Kevin Herget and the Memphis Redbirds rematch against the Tampa Bay Rays' Kean Wong and the Durham Bulls in the Triple-A National Championship Game.(2018/09/18)
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Redbirds roll to second straight PCL title
Cardinals prospect Randy Arozarena homered twice and drove in all five runs as Memphis beat the Fresno, 5-0, to win its second straight Pacific Coast League championship.(2018/09/16)
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Mejia squeezes Redbirds closer to PCL title
St. Louis Cardinals designated hitter Alex Mejia laid down a successful squeeze bunt in the 11th inning as Triple-A Memphis edged Fresno, 2-1, to take a 2-1 lead in the Finals.(2018/09/15)
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Overcoming tragedy in Colorado Springs
After surviving a near-fatal fireworks accident, Rai Henniger is a changed man. Ben Hill spoke with the former Sky Sox executive in Colorado Springs.(2018/09/13)
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Ferguson, Grizzlies break out at the plate
Houston Astros prospect Drew Ferguson went yard and plated three in Triple-A Fresno's 10-1 rout over Memphis in Game 2 of the PCL Finals.(2018/09/13)
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Edman lifts Redbirds in PCL Finals opener
Cardinals prospect Tommy Edman continued his red-hot postseason, going 4-for-5 with three RBIs and two runs scored to lift Memphis over Fresno, 10-4, in Game 1 of the PCL Championship Series.(2018/09/12)
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Fresno looks to future with solar plans
After years of ownership questions, the Fresno Grizzlies are using their newfound sense of security to plan for the future. That means, in part, finding a way to bring solar power to Chukchansi Park.(2018/09/11)
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On the Road: Goodbye to the Sky Sox
After 31 seasons, the Sky Sox era is over in Colorado Springs. In 2019, the city will welcome a Pioneer League team. Ben Hill chronicles the transition.(2018/09/10)
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Redbirds advance on Gallegos' unlikely hit
Pitcher Giovanny Gallegos stroked a walk-off single in the 10th inning, giving Memphis a 4-3 win over Oklahoma City and a spot in the Pacific Coast League Championship Series.(2018/09/10)
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Chihuahuas stave off elimination again
Brett Nicholas, Raffy Lopez and Dusty Coleman hit RBI singles in a four-run seventh inning as El Paso evened the Pacific Coast League semifinals with a 4-2 triumph over Fresno on Saturday.(2018/09/09)
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Quantrill keeps Chihuahuas alive
Padres No. 10 prospect Cal Quantrill gave up two hits in six-plus innings as El Paso avoided a sweep in the Pacific Coast League semifinals with a 2-0 blanking of Fresno on Friday.(2018/09/08)
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Ramos carries late surge into playoffs
Los Angeles Dodgers prospect Henry Ramos homered and singled as Triple-A Oklahoma City edged Memphis, 5-4, in Game 2 of the PCL semifinals.(2018/09/07)
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Fresno's Straw plays hero in semis opener
Houston Astros No. 14 prospect Myles Straw knocked in the go-ahead run in the 10th inning as Triple-A Fresno edged El Paso, 8-7, in Game 1 of the Pacific Coast League semifinals.(2018/09/06)
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Fresno's Tucker recognized for August play
Fresno Grizzlies outfielder Kyle Tucker excelled in August and today was named Minor League Baseball's Pacific Coast League Player of the Month, following a vote of the League's field managers. Tucker, along with winners from other leagues, will be presented with an award from Minor League Baseball in recognition of his performance last month.(2018/09/05)
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Pacific Coast League playoff preview
Kyle Tucker leads the charge for the Fresno Grizzlies against the El Paso Chihuahuas while the Oklahoma City Dodgers battle the Memphis Redbirds in the Pacific Coast League playoffs.(2018/09/05)
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