- West Michigan's Ziomek rings up 11th strikeout
- Erie's Moya hits two-run homer
- West Michigan's Kubitza fans eight
- Braves' 40-man addition Peraza steals home
- Clippers' Lindor makes diving stop
- Clippers' Aguilar rips walk-off homer
- Columbus' Holt makes great catch at wall
- New Dodger Jensen belts a walk-off for Zephyrs
- Cubs newcomer La Stella smacks two-run shot
- PawSox bring Governors' Cup to Providence
- Velazquez eclipses on-base streak record
- Memphis' Piscotty belts solo homer
Minor League Baseball announced that Bill Valentine, a current vice president of the Texas League and former Arkansas Travelers executive, has been named the 2014 King of Baseball.
After two years on a Mormon mission trip, outfielder Jacob Hannemann broke out as a freshman at BYU. Now he's trying to turn his supreme athleticism into an MLB career.
Former Rockies prospect David Kandilas' name litters the Australian Baseball League leaderboard, something he hopes will springboard him back to the Minor Leagues.
- Notable prospects added to 40-man rosters
- Moya, Ziomek claw their way up Tigers system
- Valentine named 2014 King of Baseball
- Report: Red Sox's Kukuk arrested for robbery
- Lindor, Urshela among Indians' standouts in '14
- Top Braves prospect Peraza added to roster
- Reds' Hudson wins 2014 'Chief' Bender Award
- Kandilas looks to turn heads with Sydney