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Ever since he became general manager of the Nationals, Mike Rizzo has stressed the importance of building a solid Minor League system.
Daniel Descalso led off the sixth inning with the Cardinals' first hit off Bronson Arroyo and Matt Adams came off the bench to club a two-run homer as St. Louis rallied past Cincinnati, 5-1, on Tuesday night at Busch Stadium.
For the Red Sox, these appear to be good times for the farm system. Jackie Bradley Jr. is far from the only player who seems poised to impact the Major League team in the coming years.
The River Cats are stocked with talent this year under new manager Steve Scarsone, though perhaps more so in position players than pitchers, which hasn't always been the case.
A quick look at the White Sox active roster points out that their Minor League system might be slightly better off than some people think, and more help appears to be on the way.
The Blue Jays' farm system isn't quite what it used to be, but that doesn't mean there aren't any top prospects capable of making their way to the Major Leagues.
Many of the Dodgers' top Minor League prospects opened the 2013 season at Double-A Chattanooga, but if you want to see them there, hurry.
For Nick Castellanos and Bruce Rondon, it's not a matter of if they make the Tigers, but when. In both cases, it isn't difficult to see it happening soon.
A good amount of the scouting industry was in Oxford, Miss., on Friday to watch Vanderbilt visit the University of Mississippi. The main attraction: two potential first-round arms facing off.
The Angels head into the 2013 season with an eye on making improvements in their farm system, especially in adding pitching talent. But the organization is on the right path.
There's certainly a lot to like about the Padres' four full-season affiliates, where some of the top prospects in the Minor Leagues will play this season.
At 6-foot-2 and 190 pounds, switch-hitting Twins center fielder Aaron Hicks has what many would say is the perfect athletic physique.
Noel Arguelles led the Naturals to their first win of 2013. The lefty scattered two runs on four hits and no walks over 7.0 innings.
Omaha scored four in the top of the 10th and held on at Albuquerque. Xavier Nady knotted the game at 1-1 with a solo blast in the fourth.
Twenty-year-old Jose Fernandez made his Majors debut on Sunday, dazzling with eight strikeouts in five frames, the most ever for a Marlin in his first big league start. But the righty reports that he was calm on the mound, and considering his life experience, this is not surprising.
Marlins starter Jose Fernandez stifled the Mets in his Majors debut, retiring the first 10 batters he faced and leaving with a two-run lead, but the Miami bullpen couldn't seal the deal in a 4-3 loss on Sunday.
A look at how the Royals' Minor League affiliates performed on Saturday.
Backed by Carlos Beltran's three-RBI afternoon, rookie starter Shelby Miller turned in a strong enough start in his first appearance as a regular in the team's rotation, giving the Cardinals a 6-3 victory over the Giants at AT&T Park on Saturday.
Nick Tepesch threw a bullpen session on Saturday in advance of making his Major League debut for the Rangers on Tuesday against the Rays.
A look at how the Royals' Minor League affiliates performed on Friday.
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