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August 21, 2012
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Tales From The Minors, As Told By A Minor Leaguer

September 24, 2009
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Almost every other day, it seems, I find a great new minor league-related blog or web site.  Today's find was Life in the Minors, a blog written by Giants minor leaguer Garrett Broshuis.  One of his recent entries, "Notes on a bus trip," had me laughing from the second paragraph on: 10:37 pm: I'm talking on the phone to my wife just outside of the bus, prior to its departure, when suddenly a giant...

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Luke Holko Update

September 10, 2009
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MiLB.com had a story on Luke Holko today, including a link to a web site that has been set up to provide updates on his condition.  The most recent post, published by his mother Nicole about half an hour ago, is hopeful: So...today my precious baby boy moved his eyes and eyelids and his mouth!!! God is showing us little signs each and every day! He squeezed papa's hand today and coughed alot when...

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A Kid’s Gotta Eat

August 31, 2009
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For two full minor league seasons now, I've kicked around the idea of figuring out a way to put together a comprehensive list of major leaguers who appear in the minor leagues on rehab assignments. One of the best things about the bus leagues is that every so often, you get the chance to see major league talent at minor league prices. Daisuke Matsuzaka was supposed to pitch in Manchester on Saturday (he pitched...

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Disco Hayes Is Our Kind Of Guy

August 30, 2009
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Truth be told, I'm a little angry about this whole Disco Hayes phenomenon that's been sweeping the nation.  Not because of anything personal toward ol' Disco - I think the problem is that I'm jealous that we didn't discover him first. I wish we'd discovered him first because Disco Hayes is our type of player.  He throws a fastball that spends most of its time in the high-70s and is probably better suited to...

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The Ongoing Saga Of The Brothers Rasmus: Colby Strikes Back

August 28, 2009
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It's been five days since we last spoke of the glorious Rasmus Brothers, which always feels like about four days too long.  This time, however, I nearly forgot about it until a trip to Twitter jogged my memory. Cory Rasmus had a nice night on Thursday: six innings, one run, three hits, one walk, eight strikeouts.  And he picked up the win, which is always nice. Brother Colby was 0-4 and left a couple...

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The Clock Is Ticking…

August 15, 2009
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Two days, ladies and gents.  Two days until we learn the fate of Stephen Strasburg, the first overall pick in June's amateur draft. Will he sign a record-breaking deal with the Washington Nationals, the team that drafted him?  Or will he spurn the team's offer and ply his trade in an independent league while waiting to reenter the draft next year? Consider this possibility: if the Nationals don't sign Strasburg before 11:59:59 seconds on...

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Fifteen Years

August 12, 2009
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Today is the fifteenth anniversary of two pretty important events in my life: on August 12, 1994, Major League Baseball players went on strike and my grandfather died. I lived down the street from Grammy and Gramps from the day I was born to the days they passed away, but we were never close. Consequently, I don't have many firm memories of either - Grammy loved professional wrestling and always, always, ALWAYS gave me...

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Average Distance From Majors To Affiliates: American League Central

August 9, 2009
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Cleveland Indians (average: 501 miles) Cleveland to… …Columbus Clippers (AAA): 143 miles …Akron Aeros (AA): 39 miles …Kinston Indians (A): 650 miles …Lake County Captains (A): 19 miles …Mahoning Valley Scrappers (A): 72 miles …GCL Indians (Rookie): 2,081 miles Detroit Tigers (average: 572 miles) Detroit to… …Toledo Mudhens (AAA): 58 miles …Erie Seawolves (AA): 270 miles …Lakeland Tigers (A): 1,177 miles …West Michigan Whitecaps (A): 165 miles …Oneonta Tigers (A): 586 miles …GCL Tigers...

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MiLB Records Tracker

Billy Hamilton, Bakersfield Blaze
Current: 131 stolen bases in 109 games (1.20 per game)
Pace: 159 stolen bases in 133 games

Jurickson Profar, Frisco RoughRiders
50 game on-base streak (not on-going)

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