Cole DeVries was activated from the disabled list and optioned to Rochester.
Caleb Thielbar was promoted from Rochester.
Pedro Hernandez was optioned to Rochester.
Trevor Plouffe was placed on the seven-day disabled list with a concussion.
Chris Colabello had his contract selected from Rochester.
Darin Mastroianni was transferred from the fifteen-day disabled list to the [...]
Arizona signs free agent Dustin Martin and assigns him to AA Mobile.
Baltimore options Alex Burnett to AAA Norfolk, then designates him for assignment five days later.
Baltimore recalls Danny Valencia from AAA Norfolk.
Cubs activate Matt Garza from the disabled list.
Colorado activates Michael Cuddyer from the disabled list.
Colorado organization sends Brett Jacobson [...]
Fort Myers saves the day. Pedro Hernandez pitches better than his line shows. Tyler Duffey has his first bad outing.
Al Reach (1840) Lip Pike (1845) Tip O’Neill (1858) Joe Judge (1894) Martin Dihigo (1905) Lindsey Nelson (1919) Bill Sharman (1926) Jim Marshall (1931) W. P. Kinsella (1935) Glenn Borgmann (1950) John Montefusco (1950) Bob Knepper (1954) Kerwin Danley (1961) Dave Hollins (1966) Bill Haselman (1966) Joey Eischen (1970) Todd Walker (1973) [...]
Brian Dinkelman reminds everyone that he’s still around. A very good outing by Logan Darnell. D. J. Baxendale has nothing to learn in Fort Myers.
Fred Jacklitsch (1876) Jack Pfiester (1878) Joe Oeschger (1892) Willy Miranda (1926) Ellie Rodriguez (1946) Rob Ducey (1965) Carlos Hernandez (1967) Todd Rizzo (1971) Danny Bautista (1972) Bartolo Colon (1973) Brad Penny (1978)
Rochester is 18-28, sixth in the International League North, nine games behind Buffalo and Pawtucket. The Red Wings have lost two consecutive games and are 4-6 in their last ten games.
New Britain is 21-25, fifth in the Eastern League Eastern, six games behind Portland. The Rock Cats lost their most recent game and are [...]
No joy from the Twins affiliates. Good games for Daniel Ortiz and Matt Koch. A Cedar Rapids rally falls short.
Dummy Hoy (1862) Deacon Phillippe (1872) Zack Wheat (1888) Arch McDonald (1901) Willis Hudlin (1906) Augie Galan (1912) Lawrence Ritter (1922) Clyde King (1924) Skip Bertman (1938) Tom Penders (1945) Reggie Cleveland (1948) Buck Showalter (1956) Ricky Gutierrez (1970) Ramon Ortiz (1973)
Deacon Phillippe was the winning pitcher in [...]
Sano goes deep twice! A good day for Danny Santana. It gets late early for the Red Wings.
Al Simmons (1902) Terris McDuffie (1910) Jose Valdivielso (1934) Ron Piche (1935) Rich Garcia (1942) Walt Hriniak (1943) Tommy John (1943) Jim Colborn (1946) Jose Mesa (1966) Al Levine (1968) Julian Tavarez (1973)
Terris McDuffie pitched from 1930-1954, playing in the Negro Leagues, the Cuban Winter League, the Mexican [...]
Another bad outing by Cole DeVries. Chris Colabello hits a grand slam. Niko Goodrum’s bases-clearing triple leads the Kernels to victory.
Fred Dunlap (1859) Eddie Grant (1883) Earl Averill (1902) Hank Johnson (1906) Mace Brown (1909) Monty Stratton (1912) Larry Napp (1919) Ed Fitz Gerald (1924) El Tappe (1927) Moe Thacker (1934) Barry Latman (1936) Kent Hrbek (1960) Bryce Florie (1970) Tom Martin (1970) Chris Widger (1971) Mark Quinn (1974) Josh Hamilton (1981) [...]
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Rochester: Chris Colabello was 15-for-28 with six doubles, three home runs, two walks, and ten RBIs. For the season, he is hitting .361/.419/.657 in 169 at-bats.
New Britain: Daniel Ortiz was 8-for-23 with three doubles. For the season, he is hitting .299/.341/.490 in 157 at-bats.
Fort Myers: Angel Morales was 9-for-21 with three doubles and [...]
Kyle Gibson throws a gem. Another big day for Chris Colabello. Deibinson Romero makes his presence felt in New Britain.
Walt Burnham (1860) Joe Harris (1891) George Grantham (1900) Pete Appleton (1904) Hal Newhouser (1921) Herman Wedemeyer (1924) Tom Morgan (1930) Ken Boyer (1931) Sadaharu Oh (1940) Bobby Murcer (1946) Ralph Bryant (1961) David Wells (1963) Todd Stottlemyre (1965) Ramon Hernandez (1976) Jayson Werth (1979) Austin Kearns (1980)
Some good pitching gets wasted. New Britain and Cedar Rapids get shut out. The bats come alive for Fort Myers.
Goose Curry (1905) Gil McDougald (1928) Curt Simmons (1929) Larry McCoy (1941) Dan Ford (1952) Rick Cerone (1954) Ed Whitson (1955) Luis Salazar (1956) Eric Show (1956) Turk Wendell (1967) Brandon Inge (1977)
Outfielder Goose Curry was a star in the Negro Leagues, batting over .300 several times.
Cole DeVries continues his rehab and the rest is minor league stuff.