- D.J. Peterson hits one a long way for the Generals
- Salt Lake's Freese homers in rehab game
- Orlando Arcia makes great play in hole
- Indians' Lindor makes diving stop for Clippers
- Stockton's Olson clubs his 32nd homer
- Charge! RoughRiders unveil new logo, colors
- Frisco's Dr Pepper Ballpark also getting upgrade
- Pelicans' Gallo crushes one off scoreboard
- Kris Bryant clubs his 43rd homer of the year
- Skeffington on PawSox's new ownership group
- Senators announce ownership change
- Hughes gets Nunez to ground out for final out
No. 5 Cubs prospect Kyle Schwarber, last year's fourth overall Draft pick, marked his 22nd birthday in style by blasting a grand slam in his first at-bat of the spring against the Giants.
There were times when Jeff Samardzija's decision to play baseball over football looked like a mistake. But he used determination -- and an expanded repertoire -- to become an All-Star.
Randy Bass was a prodigious Minor League slugger and a superstar in Japan, but big league success eluded him. With a .294/.425/.598 slash line, he may have been ahead of his time.
After high school, Angels third baseman David Freese thought he was done with baseball. But when he felt the itch to return, his talent and passion helped him achieve World Series fame.
Cleveland's Francisco Lindor, who will start off back at Triple-A, is still the best defensive shortstop in the Minors, but who's coming up strong? Find out in the latest "D"-Listers.
Phil Sklar and Brad Novak plan to open a physical location for the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum in 2016, but the collection already boasts plenty from the Minor Leagues.
- Austin, Refsnyder help Yankees edge Bucs
- Confidence helped in Samardzija's transition
- Miami's Nicolino, Urena headed to New Orleans
- Stepping away helped Freese rekindle his love
- Tribe's Lindor headed for Triple-A to open 2015
- Bass was a slugger 30 years before his time
- Injury shelves Yanks' Torrens for 2015
- 'D'-Listers: Which shortstops rival Lindor?
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