- Northwest Arkansas' Finnegan fans Massey
- Memphis' Ottavino tosses seven scoreless innings
- White Sox' Rodon on reaching the big leagues
- BlueClaws' Buster gets rude spring awakening
- First look at Moncada taking BP, grounders
- Royals' Manaea on the mend from ab injury
- Yankees prospect Clarkin works a strikeout
- Rockies' Butler readies for the upcoming season
- Highlights of Joc Pederson's 30-30 season
- Biscuits' Shaffer jacks 18th homer
- Storm Chasers receive PCL championship rings
- Plawecki ties the game with a homer for the 51s
In 2014, Brandon Finnegan became the first player to pitch in the College World Series and the World Series in the same year. Back in the Minors, the lefty is looking to write the next chapter.
Cardinals 2006 first-rounder Adam Ottavino didn't make a pro relief appearance until he got to the big leagues. He then found that a change of scenery to Colorado aided his mind-set.
Minor League Baseball announced procedures to improve the pace of play in Triple-A and Double-A, with breaks between innings, pitches and pitching changes to be monitored.
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- Prospects Lindor, Owens reassigned to Minors
- Royals' Finnegan begins climb back to big stage
- MiLB announces ump school changes
- Astros' Correa, Dodgers' Pederson go yard in wins
- Ottavino rolled with punches to stick in bigs
- Report: Magee forsakes football for Red Sox
- Twins' Buxton, Sano 'rusty' but improving
- Another day, another homer for Cubs' Bryant