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Thursday, April 1, 2010

1990 Other Team Sets

Most recent players added June 12, 2022
Features from other minor league sets from 1990

Rochester Red Wings

Kingsport Mets

Best Set
1 - Frank Thomas, Dimension of Power, 11/27/18
3 - Willie Ansley, More Passionate, 12/28/18
14 - Roger Salkeld, Through Injury, 11/6/18
19 - Tony Scruggs, Same Feeling, 1/6/19
45 - Lenny Webster, Tough Decision, 11/26/18
48 - Andy Mota, More Confident, 12/27/18
57 - Dave Fleming, Fully Appreciated, 11/9/18
66 - Bernie Jenkins, Set In, 11/28/18
72 - Andujar Cedeno, Base Hits, 12/29/18
83 - Tony Manahan, Showed Confidence, 11/8/18
84 - Ellerton Maynard, His Wheels, 11/17/18
85 - Ed Gustafason, Been Around, 11/25/18
95 - Luis Gonzalez, One Hit, 12/30/18
105 - Jonathan Hurst, In Heaven, 1/7/19
112 - Tony Eusebio, Hit Anything, 12/31/18
153 - Pat Lennon, Raised Him, 11/18/18
161 - Harold Allen, Work Habits, 1/1/19
187 - Barry Winford, Crossed Paths, 1/15/19
196 - Isaiah Clark, Mature Person,11/19/18
200 - Mike Arner, Hitting Spots, 1/8/19
205 - Wally Trice, New Pitch, 1/2/19
208 - Joey Wardlow, Was Hungry, 1/9/19
218 - Fred Costello, Never Know, 1/3/19
228 - Rich DeLucia, Of Relief, 11/20/18
233 - Greg Pirkl, New Position, 11/8/18
234 - Craig Newkirk, Quiet Style, 1/10/19
243 - Jeff Juden, Unique Player, 1/5/19
245 - Ryan Bowen, Hard Luck, 1/5/19
246 - Scott Taylor, Much Fun, 11/23/18
259 - Jim Newlin, Door Slammed, 11/16/18
268 - Mike Burton, Transferred Skills, 1/11/19
275 - Kenny Powell, One Run, 1/12/19
284 - Timmie Morrow, Slow Progress, 1/13/19
286 - Darrell Sherman, Scouts Doubted, 1/26/19
287 - Royal Clayton, Well-Kept, 1/27/19
288 - Jason Robertson, Two Ways, 1/28/19
289 - John Kilner, More Consistent, 1/29/19
290 - Jeff Mutis, Another Shot, 1/30/19
291 - Gary Alexander, Well-Rounded, 1/31/19
292 - Oreste Marrero, Father's Day, 2/1/19
293 - Mel Wearing, His Love, 2/2/19
294 - Scott Meadows, Got Comfortable, 2/3/19
295 - Pat Hentgen, Big Difference, 2/4/19
297 - Tim Stargell, Team MVP, 11/7/18
301 - Brian Romero, Felt Better, 1/14/19
306 - Tim Nedin, That Pitch, 1/16/19
307 - Derek Livernois, Player's Dream, 1/17/19
308 - Kerry Woodson, Big Butterflies, 11/9/18
309 - Sam Ferretti, Stuck With, 1/18/19
310 - Reuben Smiley, Next Time,
311 - Jim Campbell, High Pitches, 1/20/19
312 - Al Osuna, Established Himself, 1/4/19
313 - Luis Mercedes, Tough Situation, 1/21/19
314 - Billy Reed, Two Hits, 1/22/19
315 - Vince Harris, Played for Bochy, 1/23/19
316 - Jeff Carter, Hoped For, 1/24/19
317 - Dave Riddle, One Thing, 1/25/19

Cal League
Bakersfield Dodgers

Modesto A's
149 - Scott Erwin, Complete Games, 8/7/17
150 - John Briscoe, Last Few, 8/15/17
151 - Todd Smith, Stayed With, 8/2/17
152 - Jim Lawson, Baseball Mechanics, 8/4/17
153 - Dana Allison, Really Something, 8/11/17
154 - Bill Taylor, Held It, 8/8/17
155 - Bronswell Patrick, Paid Off, 8/13/17
156 - Tim McCoy, Been Strong, 7/29/17
157 - Will Love, Early End, 8/12/17
158 - Joe Ortiz, Tough Road, 8/6/17
159 - Tim Vannaman, Good Season, 8/3/17
160 - Mike Messerly, Hit Baseballs, 8/5/17
161 - Keith Thomas, Had Tools, 7/24/17
162 - James Buccheri, More Confidence, 8/14/17
163 - Rod Correia, Remember This, 7/25/17
164 - Dean Borrelli, Many Stories, 7/23/17
165 - Ron Witmeyer, What Happens, 8/10/17
166 - Jim Waggoner, Tie Broken, 7/28/17
167 - Tom Carcione, Extraordinary Amount, 8/1/17
168 - Francisco Matos, Track Record, 7/27/17
169 - Dwayne Hosey, Box Scores, 8/9/17
170 - Keith Lofthus, To Adjust, 7/26/17
171 - Ted Kubiak, Good Attitude, 7/30/17
172 - Pete Richert, Pivotal Play, 7/31/17
173 - Dave Hollenback, Extra Duties, 8/4/17

Reno Silver Sox

Star
Albany Yankees
1 - Darrin Chapin, First Pitch, 5/11/19
2 - Royal Clayton, Well Kept, 6/3/19
3 - Andy Cook, Worked Out, 5/29/19
4 - Bobby Dickerson, Taught Him, 5/19/19
5 - Doug Gogolewski, Closed for Mariano, 5/14/19
6 - Freddie Hailey, Stayed Pumped, 5/30/19
7 - Scott Kamieniecki, Good Things, 5/10/19
8 - Pat Kelly, World Stage, 5/21/18
9 - Mitch Lyden, Couldn't Script, 5/20/19
10 - Ramon Manon, Few Adjustments, 5/17/19
11 - Billy Masse, Proved Himself, 6/4/19
12 - Vince Phillips, Four Years, 5/23/19
13 - John Ramos, Be Ready, 5/13/19
14 - Carlos Rodriguez, Extended Stay, 5/24/19
15 - Jerry Rub, Tough Situation, 6/5/19
16 - Andy Skeels, Become Evident, 5/27/19
17 - Don Sparks, Program Credit, 5/12/19
18 - Greg Sparks, Pressure Situations, 5/15/19
19 - Don Stanford, Setup Man, 5/25/19
20 - Wade Taylor, Showed Confidence, 6/1/19
21 - Ricky Torres, Long Reliever, 5/9/19
22 - Bernie Williams, Fans Know, 6/2/19
23 - Bob Zeihen, Took Advantage, 5/18/19
24 - Rick Down, Hands-On, 5/22/19
25 - Joe Lefebvre, Play Ball, 5/26/19
26 - Glenn Sherlock, Good People, 5/28/19
27 - Mark Shiflett, Strong Pitching, 5/16/19
28 - Tim Weston, Professional Manner, 5/31/19

Bristol Tigers
1 - Jimmy Alder, Crushed It, 7/5/18
2 - Vince Bradford, Went Back, 7/12/18
3 - Tony Clark, Did Improve, 7/17/18
4 - Daniel Cruz, Two Positions, 7/11/18
5 - Brian Dubose, Looked Forward, 7/18/18
6 - Carlos Fermin, Game Winner, 7/16/18
7 - Mike Guilfoyle, That Feeling, 7/6/18
8 - Greg Haeger, Second Transition, 7/13/18
9 - Chris Hall, Two Honors, 7/10/18
10 - Jimmy Henry, His Resume, 7/14/18
11 - Luis Hernandez, Didn't Move, 7/7/18
12 - Adrian Jordan, Quick Start, 7/9/18
13 - Dave Keating, Deciding Factor, 7/13/18
14 - Jose Lima, His Time, 7/15/18
15 - Felipe Lira, Good Game, 7/8/18
16 - Bub Maietta, Door Opened, 7/19/18
17 - Michael Mauro, Most Rewarding, 7/22/18
18 - Kevin Miller, Greatest Joy, 7/21/18
19 - Paul Reinisch, Good Run, 7/22/18
20 - Bob Riker, Career Continued, 7/20/18
21 - Keith Roberts, Extended Lead, 7/23/18
22 - Luis Salazar, Brief Career, 7/29/18
23 - Randy Stokes, One Place, 7/28/18
24 - Alex Ubina, Late Selection, 7/25/18
25 - Brad Wilson, Home Runs, 7/27/18
26 - Shannon Withem, His Choice, 7/28/18
27 - Kenn Cunningham, Leadership Added, 7/27/18
28 - Rich Henning, Fundamentals Stressed, 7/24//18
29 - Steve Weber, Other Breaks, 8/1/18
30 - Boyce Cox, Hard Work, 8/3/18

Canton-Akron Indians

Columbus Mudcats
12 - Rusty Harris hit minors double off Valenzuela; Saw six seasons, made AAA, 2/15/21
13 - Dean Hartgraves didn't lose hope, made bigs in ninth pro season; Saw three ML campaigns, 2/9/21
14 - Bert Hunter found wooden bats biggest adjustment to pros; Played nine seasons, made AAA, 2/16/21
15 - Bernie Jenkins played seven seasons, made AA, then knew he'd see disappointment, 2/17/21
16 - Joe Mikulik recorded 1,000th pro hit in 1992; Played 11 pro seasons, never made bigs, 2/18/21
17 - Andy Mota worked hard, improved enough for 27 ML games; Later became player agent, 2/20/21
18 - Joe Ortiz made it to AAA after others' injuries; Saw seven games, missed bigs, 2/11/21
19 - Al Osuna established himself enough to see time in six major league seasons, 2/21/21
20 - Edinson Renteria started as street vendor in native Venezuela, then played baseball; Made AAA, 2/6/21
21 - John Sheehan picked up a three-inning save at single-A; Saw six pro seasons, made AA, 2/22/21
22 - Rich Simon responded to AA challenge; Made AAA over nine games, missed bigs, 2/23/21
23 - Dennis Tafoya showed dedication and commitment to community at AA; Saw seven seasons, not bigs, 2/7/21
24 - Wally Trice found variation of screwball in minors; Saw seven pro seasons, never found bigs, 2/25/21
25 - Rick Sweet had that mentality to be minors manager; Saw bigs over three seasons as player, 2/1/21

Dunedin Blue Jays
1 - Chris Beacom, Smooth Transition, 2/6/18
2 - Denis Boucher, Great Honour, 1/19/18
3 - Pete Blohm, Same Thing, 2/2/18
4 - Tim Brown, Perfect Game, 3/2/18
5 - Domingo Cedeno, Part Time, 3/1/18
6 - Jesse Cross, Biggest Day, 1/17/18
7 - Juan De La Rosa, Big Hit, 2/15/18
8 - Rich DePastino, Work Ethic, 2/17/18
9 - Ray Giannelli, Other Way, 1/25/18
10 - Tim Hodge, No Regrets, 2/5/18
11 - Vince Horsman, Job Done, 8/30/16
12 - Jeff Irish, Two Sports, 1/21/18
13 - Jeff Kent, Emotionally Level, 2/22/18
14 - Greg O'Halloran, Second Sport, 12/7/17
15 - Blaine Rudolph, Two Innings, 1/22/18
16 - Al Silverstein, Next Thing, 2/11/18
17 - Marcos Taveras, Helluva Hit, 1/23/18
18 - Mike Taylor, Successful Season, 2/7/18
19 - Ryan Thompson, Went Out, 1/24/18
20 - Mike Timlin, Playoff Games, 2/4/18
21 - Jason Townley, Worked Out, 1/20/18
22 - Ricky Trlicek, Important Thing, 2/3/18
23 - Anthony Ward, Own Strengths, 1/20/18
24 - David Weathers, How Special, 2/28/18
25 - Mark Young, As Long, 1/21/18
26 - Dennis Holmberg, New Characters, 2/24/18
27 - Bill Monbouquette, Pitching Teacher, 1/16/18
28 - Jon Woodworth, With Experience, 1/22/18

Fort Lauderdale Yankees

Gastonia Rangers
1 - Mike Arner, Hitting Spots, 11/21/17
2 - Eric Bickhardt, His Makeup, 12/5/17
3 - Travis Buckley, His Love, 11/27/17
4 - Mike Burton, Transferred Skills, 11/27/17
5 - Jim Clinton, Kept Him, 11/20/17
6 - Joey Eischen, Unusual Approach, 11/23/17
7 - Troy Eklund, Thought Double, 11/18/17
8 - Brian Evans, Into Perspective, 11/22/17
9 - Jay Franklin, Deserved That, 11/30/17
10 - John Graves, Save Earned, 11/24/17
11 - Jonathan Hurst, In Heaven, 12/1/17
12 - Joe Lewis, Cut Down, 11/26/17
13 - Randy Marshall, Key Hit, 11/28/17
14 - Buddy Micheu, His Officers, 11/16/17
15 - Timmie Morrow, Slow Progress, 11/19/17
16 - Craig Newkirk, Quiet Style, 11/30/17
17 - Jose Oliva, Show People, 12/9/17
18 - Kenny Powell, One Run, 12/3/17
19 - Carl Randle, One Night, 11/29/17
20 - Brian Romero, Felt Better, 12/1/17
21 - Ronaldo Romero, Lost Friend, 12/7/17
22 - Tony Scruggs, Same Feeling, 12/2/17
23 - Brian Steiner, Hard Worker, 11/25/17
24 - Joey Wardlow, Was Hungry, 12/6/17
25 - Barry Winford, Crossed Paths, 12/4/17
26 - Orlando Gomez, Stayed Young, 12/9/17
27 - Marvin White, School Career, 11/17/17
28 - Perry Hill, Infield Guru, 12/2/17
29 - Randy Whisler, Developed Them, 11/15/17

Geneva Cubs
1 - Luis Benitez, Heard Little, 10/28/17
2 - Troy Bradford, Fast Start, 10/29/17
3 - Victor Cancel, Walk Worked, 11/4/17
4 - Stephen Coffey, Rewarding Work, 11/6/17
5 - Amilcar Correa, Couldn't Stop, 11/2/17
6 - Phil Dauphin, Plugged Away, 11/8/17
7 - Paul Torres, Play Wherever, 11/5/17
8 - John DeRicco, Time Off, 11/3/17
9 - German Diaz, Position Switch, 10/31/17
10 - Lance Dickson, Called Up, 11/11/17
11 - Brad Erdman, Kept Playing, 10/31/17
12 - Charlie Fiacco, Good Shape, 10/30/17
13 - Andy Hartung, Far Enough, 11/7/17
14 - Jessie Hollins, Gentle Giant, 11/14/17
15 - Brad Huff, Fourth Round, 11/3/17
16 - Greg Kessler, Good Innings, 11/12/17
17 - Ricardo Medina, Right Pitch, 10/25/17
18 - Tim Parker, That Chance, 11/1/17
19 - Bill Paynter, Head Start, 10/27/17
20 - Joe Porcelli, Bad Start, 11/9/17
21 - Gabby Rodriguez, Exhibition Game, 10/29/17
22 - Roberto Smalls, His Message, 11/10/17
23 - Karl Stanley, Pitched Well, 11/11/17
24 - Clinton White, Multi-Sport, 11/13/17
25 - Mike Young, Strike Out, 10/26/17
26 - Bill Hayes, Frustrating Part, 11/9/17


Greensboro Hornets
1 - Andy Fox, Basic Skill, 1/13/18
2 - Tim Garland, Could Do, 1/11/18
3 - Sean Gilliam, Best Season, 1/7/18
4 - Jim Haller, Double Play, 1/15/18
5 - Sterling Hitchcock, Great Way, 1/16/18
6 - Jeff Hoffman, Lot of Class, 1/17/18
7 - Mark Hutton, Just Amazed, 1/9/18
8 - John Jarvis, Good Start, 1/18/18
9 - Ramon Jimenez, Late Show, 1/7/18
10 - Brian Johnson, Daily Battle, 1/19/18
11 - Dan Johnston, Well Enough, 1/20/18
12 - Ken Juarbe, Came Back, 1/5/18
13 - Todd Malone, Pitching Award, 1/10/18
14 - Bobby Munoz, Starter Stuff, 1/21/18
15 - Cesar Perez, Ninth Inning, 1/4/18
16 - Rafael Quirico, Something Big, 1/14/18
17 - Mike Rhodes, Three Runs, 1/22/18
18 - Ricky Rhodes, Coaching Decisions, 1/23/18
19 - Jason Robertson, Two Ways, 1/6/18
20 - Scott Romano, Hit 'em, 1/6/18
21 - Daniel Sanchez, Two Hits, 1/24/18
22 - Steve Tucker, Got Outs, 1/25/18
23 - Brian Turner, His Best, 1/31/18
24 - Aaron Van Scoyoc, The Knowledge, 2/1/18
25 - Larry Walker, Solo Homer, 1/12/18
26 - Brian Butterfield, Huge Part, 1/27/18
26 - Dave Jorn, Baseball Knowledge, 1/26/18
26 - Rich Arena, Was Ecstatic, 1/28/18
26 - Ted Uhlaender, Hard Worker, 1/29/18
26 - Kelly Sharitt, Prized Possession, 2/1/18

Hagerstown Suns
1 - Pat Austin, Defensive Label, 6/1/18
2 - Mike Borgatti, One Pitch, 6/2/18
3 - Don Buford, Off Running, 5/24/18
4 - Stacey Burdick, Got Outs, 5/22/18
5 - Mike Cavers, Pitched Great, 5/23/18
6 - Steve Culkar, Back Pocket, 6/26/18
7 - Francisco de la Rosa, Not As Intended, 6/9/18
8 - Mike Eberle, That Stroke, 6/14/18
9 - Craig Faulkner, Ran Out, 6/15/18
10 - Walt Harris, Extraordinary Catch, 7/2/18
11 - Paris Hayden, Baseball Gods, 6/16/18
12 - Bobby Latmore, Sports Career, 7/2/18
13 - Rodney Lofton, Bunt The Ball, 6/20/18
14 - Joel McKeon, Working Forkball, 5/20/18
15 - Scott Meadows, Got Comfortable, 6/17/18
16 - Luis Mercedes, Tough Situation, 5/21/18
17 - Jose Mesa, His Job, 6/21/18
18 - Dave Miller, Sinker Guy, 6/19/18
19 - Chris Myers, Same Thing, 6/23/18
20 - Ty Nichols, Added Up, 6/28/18
21 - Doug Robbins, Great Thrill, 6/22/18
22 - Mike Sander, Toughest Part, 6/30/18
23 - Anthony Telford, All About, 6/1/18
24 - Paul Thorpe, High-Pressure, 6/24/18
25 - Jack Voigt, Every Opportunity, 6/29/18
26 - Jerry Narron, Stayed Connected, 7/3/18
27 - Tom Brown, Right Approach, 6/4/18

Harrisburg Senators
1 - Steve Adams, Bad Inning, 2/11/18
2 - Moises Alou, Body English, 2/5/18
3 - Jeff Banister, Kept Going, 2/3/18
4 - Scott Barczi, Defensive Catcher, 2/17/18
5 - Terry Crowley, Infield Prospect, 2/17/18
6 - Jim Czajkowski, Big Leaguer, 2/6/18
7 - Carlos Garcia, Every Time, 2/15/18
8 - Miguel Garcia, Like Everyone, 2/14/18
9 - Robert Harris, Not Fulfilled, 2/13/18
10 - Trent Jewett, Baseball Man, 1/30/18
11 - Blas Minor, Around Awhile, 2/4/18
12 - Pete Murphy, Continued Playing, 2/22/18
13 - Jeff Osborne, Do Both, 2/20/18
14 - Julio Peguero, Waiver Rules, 2/19/18
15 - Julio Perez, Manufactured Run, 2/18/18
16 - Keith Richardson, Strong Start, 2/12/18
17 - Randy Tomlin, Was Alright, 2/8/18
18 - Jim Tracy, Career High, 2/21/18
19 - Junior Vizcaino, Making Assessments, 2/9/18
20 - Ben Webb, No Regrets, 2/7/18
21 - John Wehner, In The Dirt, 2/10/18
22 - Ed Yacopino, Only Way, 2/23/18
23 - Marc Bombard, His Role, 2/2/18
24 - Spin Williams, So Excited, 2/10/18
25 - Mike Sandoval, His Goals, 2/18/18

Hamilton Redbirds

Kenosha Twins
1 - Jayson Best, Those Traits, 7/3/17
2 - Sandy Diaz, Bad Throw, 7/10/17
3 - Steve Dunn, Big Spot, 7/18/17
4 - Randy Gentile, Clutch Performer, 7/9/17
5 - Deryk Gross, Career Day, 7/8/17
6 - Jody Harrington, Bad Start, 7/17/17
7 - Troy Hoerner, Second Career, 7/2/17
8 - Rex De La Nuez, Perfect Throw, 6/24/17
9 - Marc Lipson, Got Recognized, 6/27/17
10 - Mike Lloyd, Tone Set, 7/20/17
11 - Mike Mathiot, Game Winner, 7/13/17
12 - Jeff Milene, Remained Upbeat, 7/11/17
13 - Mike Misuraca, Higher Level, 7/15/17
14 - Steve Morris, Jumped On, 7/6/17
15 - Willie Mota, Big Day, 7/7/17
16 - Tim Nedin, That Pitch, 7/21/17
17 - Alan Newman, The Stuff, 7/14/17
18 - Alex Nunez, Too Few, 7/1/17
19 - Francisco Pichardo, Some Firsts, 7/5/17
20 - Carlos Pulido, Got Back, 7/22/17
21 - Scott Robles, Pitching Skills, 6/30/17
22 - Rob Schiel, Play Again, 6/29/17
23 - Joe Siwa, Great Things, 6/28/17
24 - Jeff Thelen, Perfect Example, 7/12/17
25 - Steve Liddle, On Talent, 7/19/17
26 - Rick Anderson, Many Years, 7/16/17
27 - Dan Fox, Took Him, 6/25/17
28 - Darren Musselwhite, Another Field, 6/26/17
29 - Bryan Roskom, Multiple Stops, 7/4/17

Knoxville Blue Jays
1 - Pete Blohm played seven pro seasons, made AAA and college's Hall of Fame, 12/6/20
2 - Nate Cromwell made a single-A All-Star team; Saw brief looks at AAA, missed out on majors, 12/9/20
3 - Andy Dziadkowiec saw seven pro seasons after third-round selection; Twice briefly made AAA, 12/3/20
4 - Darren Hall returned from arthroscopic surgery to make bigs again; Saw five ML seasons, 12/11/20
5 - Pat Hentgen went on a run in 1996 all the way to the AL Cy Young; Saw 14 ML seasons, 12/12/20
6 - Shawn Jeter took AAA time as learning experience, then made bigs for 13 games, 12/13/20
7 - Chris Jones had good company on mound in 1986 evening; Saw eight pro seasons, made AAA, 12/14/20
8 - Dennis Jones gained confidence in winter ball; Saw nine pro seasons, made AA, 12/15/20
9 - Randy Knorr remained ready over 11 major league seasons; Later turned coach, manager, 12/16/20
10 - Bob MacDonald gained confidence with Tigers, won regular 1993 relief role; Saw six ML seasons, 12/20/20

Miami Miracle
1 - Dave Alexander impressed as college walk-on; Saw two pro seasons, made high-A, 3/28/22
2 - Joe Beaulac signed his first pro contract by car headlight; Saw two seasons, made high-A, 4/2/22
3 - Tommy Boyce had big night for Salt Lake in 1988; Saw three seasons, made high-A, 4/10/22
4 - Tim Delgado pitched good ballgame after AA promotion; Saw six pro seasons, and Taiwan, 4/13/22
5 - Marty Durkin he had the green light in Legion ball; Saw five pro seasons, made high-A, 3/26/22
6 - Ed Garczyk hit a game-winning sacrifice at Salt Lake; Played two pro seasons, made high-A, 3/23/22
7 - Marc Giordano helped his college team to World Series; Later saw three pro seasons, made high-A, 4/22/22
8 - Pierre Gomez hoped to get back to pros after brief minors stint; He didn't return, 4/23/22
9 - Jackie Gutierrez took his defense to time in six ML seasons; First Columbian regular in bigs, 3/27/22
10 - Lance Hudson played over a decade, sometimes got tagged a hot dog; Made AA, 4/19/22
11 - Anthony Kelley struck out Bo twice at AA; Saw eight pro seasons, made AAA, 4/2/22
12 - George Kerfut kept his independent team close, got win; Saw five pro seasons, made high-A, 3/22/22
13 - Dennis Kidd saw his speed as his strength; Took it to three pro seasons, made high-A, 3/26/22
14 - Angel Lugo played his game over four pro seasons; Later turned youth instructor, 3/26/22
15 - Tim MacNeil turned solid reliever in college; Saw three pro seasons, made high-A, 4/16/22
16 - Javier Magria pitched well in high school, later turned pro; Injury slowed career, made high-A, 3/21/22
17 - Tim McKinley helped his pitchers in college and in the pros; Saw four pro seasons, made AA, 3/19/22
18 - Billy Miller broke up a double play in college; Played two pro seasons, made high-A, 4/20/22
19 - Angel Morris made the majors late, as a bullpen catcher; Saw 12 pro seasons, made AAA as player, 4/1/22
20 - Jorge Pascual got out of jam at short-season; Saw four pro campaigns, made high-A, 3/29/22
21 - Kevin Ponder showed confidence on the field; Played four pro seasons, made high-A, 3/21/22
22 - Mike Reitzel had to wait after strong first spring; Saw three pro seasons, made high-A, 3/20/22
23 - Harry Shelton showed enough potential to turn pro; He made high-A, then turned scout, 3/20/22
24 - Dave Taylor hit a late home run in college game; Saw two pro seasons, made high-A, 4/17/22
25 - Pat Varni hit well in college series; Later turned pro, saw two seasons, made high-A, 4/17/22

New Britain Red Sox
1 - Jeff Bagwell, Good Numbers, 7/4/18
3 - Vinnie Degifico hoped to help at Lynchburg in 1989; Saw five pro seasons, made AA, 1/8/21
4 - Tom Fischer started off in pros strong; Saw seven seasons, made AAA, 1/22/21
5 - Don Florence went out there and held them over nine pro seasons; Made bigs for 14 games with Mets, 1/9/21
6 - Mike Kelly had successful run in college, saw four pro seasons, made AA, 1/23/21
7 - Paul Kuzniar took his command into four pro seasons, made AA in three of those, 1/17/21
8 - Derek Livernois wanted to play baseball; Did so as pro for nine seasons, made AAA, 1/15/21
9 - Josias Manzanillo saw 11 ML seasons; Got famous after line drive, 1/10/21
10 - Julius McDougal's spring wardrobe once got a mention in SI; Saw nine pro seasons, made AAA, 1/16/21
11 - Dave Milstien expressed determination to make bigs; Saw nine pro seasons, made AAA, 1/24/21
12 - Kevin Morton found bigs a learning experience; Learned over 16 ML outings, 1/18/21
13 - Dave Owen proved a prospect, until a winter ball injury; Saw five pro seasons, 1/13/21
14 - Juan Paris proved key to victory in 1991 AA game; Played eight seasons, saw AAA, 1/14/21
15 - Jeff Plympton made bigs, then worked to stay; Saw four ML contests, 1/26/21
16 - Todd Pratt showed he could still play in bigs, then remained for another decade; Name in Mitchell Report, 1/19/21
17 - Randy Randle helped power college to JC World Series title;  Saw seven pro seasons, made AA, 1/11/21
18 - Mike Twardoski brought fundamentals to college squad; Saw 10 pro seasons, made AAA, 1/25/21
19 - John Valentin found good balls to hit over 11 ML seasons, hit for cycle in 1996, 1/21/21
20 - David Walters had good makeup; Saw seven pro seasons, made AAA, 1/17/21
21 - Eric Wedge showed what he could do, saw time in four ML seasons as player, 10 as manager, 1/27/21
22 - Stuart Weidie helped team to College World Series with grand slam; Played five pro seasons, made AA, 1/4/21
23 - Craig Wilson marked a big investment for the Red Sox; Saw six pro seasons, made AA, 1/7/21
24 - Bob Zupcic helped his teams win over 11 pro seasons, four in bigs, 1/29/21
25 - Butch Hobson took love for the game to long career as player in bigs, manager in bigs, minors, 1/5/21
26 - Rich Gale made seven ML seasons, later coached; Survived 1981 Kansas City hotel walkway collapse, 1/12/21
27 - Gordon Hurlbert trained in the baseball minors, then in the hockey bigs, 1/3/21

Orlando SunRays
1 - Johnny Ard, Difficult Fix, 3/22/18
2 - Willie Banks, No Pressure, 4/1/18
3 - Jarvis Brown, That Chance, 4/2/18
4 - John Eccles, Team Leader, 4/5/18
5 - Scott Erickson, Full Steam, 3/24/18
6 - Shawn Gilbert, Not Wasted, 4/6/18
7 - Greg Johnson, Called On, 4/4/18
8 - Chuck Knoblauch, Time Thinking, 4/7/18
9 - Orlando Lind, Make This, 4/8/18
10 - Jose Marzan, Good Sign, 4/10/18
11 - Basil Meyer, Turning Points, 4/13/18
12 - Kenny Morgan, Real Pop, 4/12/18
13 - Denny Neagle, Already Familiar, 4/14/18
14 - Reed Olmstead, Extra Innings, 4/15/18
15 - Mike Randle, Hit Different, 4/11/18
16 - Jeff Reboulet, Defensive Job, 4/9/18
17 - Mike Redding, Every Bit, 3/23/18
18 - Gary Resetar, Straight Forward, 4/16/18
19 - Doug Simons, As Excited, 4/17/18
20 - Steve Stowell, Impressive Work, 4/18/18
21 - Frank Valdez, Real Quick Bat, 3/29/18
22 - Rob Wassenaar, Funny Game, 3/30/18
23 - Lenny Webster, Tough Decision, 3/31/18
24 - Ron Gardenhire, Certain Way, 3/25/18
25 - Mark Funderburk, Was Patient, 3/26/18
26 - Gorman Heimueller, Never Worked, 3/27/18
27 - Rick McWane, Concussion Rules, 3/28/18
28 - Wayne Hattaway, First Game, 4/3/18

Reading Phillies
1 - Sal Agostinelli, Watching Baseball, 8/17/15
2 - Gary Alexander, Well-Rounded, 8/16/15
3 - Andy Ashby, Wasn't Worried, 8/15/15
4 - Bob Ayrault, Time Will Come, 8/13/15
5 - Kim Batiste, Big Bat, 7/10/15
6 - Frank Bellino, In There, 8/17/15
7 - Eric Boudreaux, More Comfortable, 8/14/15
8 - Cliff Brantley, Natural Thing, 8/20/15
9 - Rich Buonantony, Dad's Job, 8/22/15
10 - Jeff Grotewold, Fun Run, 7/27/15
11 - Amalio Carreno, Compared To, 7/13/15
12 - Marty Foley, Other Nights, 7/10/15
13 - David Holdridge, Which Way, 7/13/15
14 - Vince Holyfield, Good Plays, 7/26/15
15 - Steve Kirkpatrick, Waited For, 7/28/15
16 - Doug Lindsey, No Joke, 8/18/15
17 - Warren Magee, Winter Roster, 8/14/15
18 - Tom Marsh, Goose Bumps, 8/19/15
19 - Tim Mauser, Best Outing, 8/19/15
20 - John McLarnan, Any Other, 8/13/15
21 - Rod Robertson, New Scenery, 8/18/15
22 - Mark Sims, Proven Winner, 8/17/15
23 - Casey Waller, Get Better, 8/18/15
24 - Gary Wilson, Abbreviated Climb, 7/22/15
25 - Floyd Youmans, Happening To, 8/22/15
26 - Don McCormack, Grabbed Him, 7/8/15
27 - Ramon Aviles, Making Decisions, 8/14/15
28 - George Culver, Best Situation, 7/19/15

Salem Buccaneers
1 - Rob Bailey, Turf Player, 4/14/18
2 - Steve Buckholz, Young Arm, 3/26/18
3 - Tom Deller, Gutsy Performance, 3/27/18
4 - Chip Duncan, Every Minute, 3/19/18
5 - Chris Estep, Own Run, 3/30/18
6 - Antonio Felix, Career Night, 4/11/18
7 - Tim Hines, Successful Trip, 4/12/18
8 - Mike Huyler, That Call, 4/13/18
9 - John Latham, Best Of, 3/4/18
10 - Tim McDowell, Another Profession, 3/25/18
11 - Glen McNabb, Strong Arm, 3/31/18
12 - Domingo Merejo, Among Them, 4/1/18
13 - Paul Miller, Late Pick, 3/21/18
14 - Brian Morrison, More Polished, 4/2/18
15 - Darwin Pennye, Young Start, 7/15/15
16 - Mike Pomeranz, Different Perspective, 3/16/18
17 - Keith Raisanen, Every Moment, 3/18/18
18 - Mandy Romero, Up There, 4/7/18
19 - Butch Schlopy, Better Opportunity, 3/10/18
20 - Bruce Schreiber, Best Shot, 4/8/18
21 - Ben Shelton, Very Special, 4/9/18
22 - Greg Sims, Wind Aided, 4/10/18
23 - Tim Wakefield, Cool Story, 3/5/18
24 - Flavio Williams, Big Day, 3/13/18
25 - Stan Cliburn, Care For, 9/4/16
26 - Chris Lein, That Insight, 3/12/18
27 - Sandy Krum, Great Opportunity, 3/11/18

San Jose Giants
1 - Pat Brady swung well at AA Reading in 1992;  He never got to swing in the majors, 12/4/19
2 - Jeff Brauning earned a conference-record hitting streak in college, with help of corrected call, 12/8/19
3 - Don Brock took a line drive off his thigh in college game; Played three pro seasons, 11/21/19
4 - Craig Cala took up his passion after his own playing days ended, 11/26/19
5 - Royce Clayton got his call to the bigs, then celebrated with his dogs, 11/17/19
6 - Adell Davenport broke out of a collegiate summer ball slump; Played eight pro seasons, 12/12/19
7 - Brian Dour expressed pride in high school coaching accomplishments Played four pro seasons, 12/10/19
8 - Joe Estes picked up two relief wins in the 1986 College World Series, 11/28/19
9 - Dan Fernandez believed he could play in bigs, just needed a regular chance, 11/27/19
10 - Chris Fye started well in an April 1990 game, then lost the lead; Played three pro seasons, 11/15/19
11 - Vince Herring tried his hand at the knuckleball; He never made it above AA, 12/3/19
12 - Steve Hosey almost hit one of the last home runs at Candlestick Park, 12/1/19
13 - Dominick Johnson followed his father into the pros; He couldn't follow him to the majors, 11/20/19
14 - Jim Jones executed a well-orchestrated hit-and-run at Modesto in 1989, 11/18/19
15 - Troy Mentzer showed his talent in college; Played a single season as a pro, 12/7/19
16 - Jimmy Myers had no doubts after ML debut, after a decade in minors, he thought he belonged, 11/25/19
17 - John Patterson hit a game-winner for the Giants in 1993 race, 12/6/19
18 - Dan Rambo had a lot of dreams when he was young and he came close, 12/5/19
19 - Kevin Rogers made the bigs over three seasons, then suffered a blood clot, 11/24/19
20 - Gary Sharko earned moniker in minors of 'hard-throwing relief ace'; Played five seasons, never made AAA, 12/9/19
21 - Kerry Shaw meant a lot to the Salt Lake Trappers in 1988; Played four pro seasons, 12/11/19
22 - Reuben Smiley came through for a scout, then got drafted, 11/29/19
23 - Scooter Tucker knew the importance of confidence; Saw time in three major league seasons, 11/22/19
24 - John Vuz moved from hitting in college to pitching in the pros, 11/16/19
25 - Elanis Westbrooks made sure the Rays had info as advance scout, 11/30/19
26 - Pat Brady swung well at AA Reading in 1992;  He never got to swing in the majors, 11/12/19
26 - Steve Hosey almost hit one of the last home runs at Candlestick Park, 11/13/19
26 - Reuben Smiley came through for a scout, then got drafted, 11/14/19
27 - Tom Spencer played and coached in the majors, but he really wanted to manage there, 11/19/19
28 - Dick Dietz almost ended Don Drysdale's scoreless streak with a hit-by-pitch; Later turned coach, 12/2/19
29 - Jeff Morris pitched and coached a lot of places; In 1994, he coached in Australia, 11/23/19
30 - Scott Wilson went from coach to trainer to coach again; Became an all-star trainer twice, 12/13/19

Shreveport Captains
1 - Rich Aldrete, Youth Lessons, 12/27/17
2 - Rod Beck, Closer Mentality, 12/18/17
3 - Steve Connolly, Some Innings, 1/2/18
4 - Jamie Cooper, Dinner Table, 12/30/17
5 - Steve Decker, Up There, 12/11/17
6 - Mark Dewey, Game Saved, 12/26/17
7 - Tom Ealy, Center Of, 12/31/17
8 - Juan Guerrero, Pretty Exciting, 12/13/17
9 - Mike Ham, Defensive Catcher, 12/14/17
10 - Steve Hecht, Key to Success, 12/22/17
11 - Bryan Hickerson, Could Start, 12/15/17
12 - Tom Hostetler, Near Perfect, 12/23/17
13 - Erik Johnson, Greatest Influence, 12/21/17
14 - Steve Lienhard, Showed Confidence, 1/8/18
15 - Kevin Meier, Good Years, 12/29/17
16 - Rick Nelson, Bases Cleared, 12/19/17
17 - Mark Owens, Home Runs, 12/25/17
18 - Dave Patterson, Brain Trained, 12/12/17
19 - Jim Pena, The Life, 12/28/17
20 - Steve Reed, Tuned Out, 12/20/17
21 - Mike Remlinger, Got Back, 12/10/17
22 - Andres Santana, Did It, 12/15/17
23 - Randy Strijek, His Chance, 12/16/17
24 - Ted Wood, His Strength, 1/3/17
25 - Bill Evers, Worked For, 12/17/17
26 - Todd Oakes, Truly Priceless, 12/24/17
27 - Tony Taylor, Behind Him, 1/1/18


Spartanburg Phillies
1 - Brian Adams, Nine Times, 8/4/18
2 - Dana Brown, Baseball Man, 7/6/18
3 - Tim Churchill, Hitting Streak, 8/10/18
4 - Matt Current, More Proud, 8/14/18
5 - Donnie Elliott, In Shock, 8/18/18
6 - John Escobar, Bald Power, 8/23/18
7 - Paul Fletcher, Pretty Amazing, 7/30/18
8 - Robert Gaddy, Breaking Ball, 8/15/18
9 - Darrell Goedhart, Three Pitches, 8/24/18
10 - Todd Goergen, Few Fireworks, 8/25/18
11 - Greg Gunderson, Gameday Decision, 8/14/18
12 - Tom Hardgrove, Great Approach, 8/2/18
13 - Chris Limbach, Best Pitch, 8/26/18
14 - Antonio Linares, Couldn't Wait, 8/9/18
15 - Tom Marsh, Goose Bumps, 7/31/18
16 - Eduardo Ortega, Good Month, 8/7/18
17 - Eulogio Perez, Scored Easily, 8/27/18
18 - Nick Santa Cruz, Sophomore Season, 8/11/18
19 - Dan Shannon, Pitching Career, 8/12/18
20 - Matt Stevens, Some Excitement, 8/28/18
21 - Mike Sullivan, Lesson Learned, 8/1/18
22 - Joe Urbon, Straight Shooter, 8/18/18
23 - Gil Valencia, His Shot, 8/3/18
24 - Dan Welch, Doubled Off, 8/8/18
25 - Bob Wells, Best Impression, 8/29/18
26 - Scott Wiegandt, Enjoy Most, 8/30/18
27 - Mel Roberts, Got There, 8/31/18
27 - Buzz Capra, In A Groove, 9/1/18
27 - Ricky Jones, Common Dream, 9/2/18
28 - Craig Strobel, Athletic Training, 9/3/18
29 - Rick Zolzer, Utmost Passion, 8/5/18

St. Lucie Mets 
Tim Blackwell had plenty of experiences in majors, relayed them as minors manager, 11/12/21
Mike Brady got traded, had early success; Saw four pro seasons, made high-A, 11/14/21
Don Brown showed maturity, speed, leadership; Saw six pro seasons, made AA, 11/4/21
Kevin D. Brown showed poise, filled a majors need; Made bigs over three seasons, 11/4/21
Chris Butterfield believed he would get to the big leagues; Saw nine pro seasons, made AAA, 11/28/21
Archie Corbin had much fun in the majors over three seasons that spanned nine campaigns, 11/27/21
Joe Dellicarri played at Binghamton both home and away; Saw seven pro seasons, made AAA, 11/3/21
D.J. Dozier played football in college and in NFL, but he missed baseball; Later made bigs, too, 12/5/21
Dan Furmanik turned pro as he remembered lost teammates; Played over four seasons, made high-A, 11/3/21
Marc Goldberg won sportscasting awards over two decades in the business, got baseball card, 11/23/21
Kenny Graves had high hopes as pro, but teenage arm problems returned; Saw two seasons, made AAA, 11/5/21
Denny Harriger hoped to make the bigs someday and he did - 11 years later, 11/25/21
Chris Hill liked starting games, gave chance to be hero; Saw nine seasons, made AAA, 11/18/21
Joel Horlen had successful majors pitching career, later returned to teach as minors coach, 11/9/21
Steve Jacobucci briefly served as trainer in three minors systems, then turned to college, 11/2/21
Paul Johnson turned pitcher, then saw three pro seasons; Made high-A, 11/6/21
John Johnstone took his ability to adapt to time in eight major league seasons, 11/16/21
Jimy Kelly played six pro seasons - most before age 20; Missed bigs, got age rule named for him, 12/4/21
Juan Marina showed promise in rookie ball, played five pro seasons; Made single-A, 12/9/21
Lee May Jr. worked to make hitters better after own eight-season pro career; Made AAA, 11/13/21
Loy McBride saw the ball well at high-A; Played four pro seasons, made AA, 12/10/21
Jim Morrisette returned from injury to new position; Played over six seasons, made AA, 11/10/21
Steve Newton got chance to start, had success; Saw six pro seasons, made high-A, 11/7/21
Bob Olah made mistakes, but learned from them; Saw five pro seasons, made high-A, 11/19/21
Vladimir Perez followed his brothers to the pros; Played more than a decade, missed bigs, 12/7/21
Andy Reich showed command of emotions; Had success enough to see six seasons, made AA, 12/12/21
Nikco Riesgo played seven pro seasons and in spring 1995; Later wrote book on experiences, 12/1/21
Bryan Rogers went out and did his job over decade as pro; Made AAA, missed bigs, 12/11/21
Doug Saunders had a great time in the bigs; Saw 28 games there over single season, 11/4/21
Pete Schourek learned enough to see the majors over 11 seasons, take second in 1995 NL Cy Young, 11/15/21
Derrick Young did his job, played consistent baseball; Saw five seasons, made high-A, 11/21/21
Alan Zinter became first-rounder and made the majors - in his 14th season; Has since returned as coach, 11/20/21

Lakeland Tigers
3 - Hector Berrios, Real Serious, 6/25/16
4 - Mark Cole caught a new pro chance at Reno; Played six seasons, made AA, 9/1/21
5 - Ron Cook played five pro seasons, made AA; Did something he'd always hoped to do, 9/18/21
6 - Ivan Cruz knew he had to be realistic; Eventually saw four ML seasons, Japan, 9/16/21
7 - John Doherty just wanted to play baseball; Played it in the bigs over five seasons, 9/4/21
8 - John DeSilva showed he could pitch in the bigs; Did so over two seasons, six games, 9/21/21
9 - Mark Ettles proved aggressive enough to make bigs; Made it out of native Australia, 9/3/21
10  - Ed Ferm tested his arm at Lakeland; Played four pro seasons, made high-A, 9/7/21
11 - Greg Gohr got his chance at the bigs, saw majors over four seasons, 9/14/21
12 - Jeff Goodale worked hard, got drafted out of high school; Waited for college, saw three pro seasons, made high-A, 8/27/21
13 - Darren Hursey pitched into tired arm, worked on rhythm; Saw six pro seasons, made AA, 8/22/21
14  - Jody Hurst first passed on pros, then slept on it, signed; Saw five seasons, made AAA, 8/20/21
15 - Keith Kimberlin played five seasons, made AAA; Believed injury helped restore game's fun, 9/5/21
16 - Kurt Knudsen expressed confidence in high school, went on to see bigs over three seasons, 8/21/21
17 - Todd Krumm played both football and baseball in college; He made the NFL, but missed the majors, 9/6/21
18 - Ron Marigny did his job as a player over six seasons, made AA; Has done it since as a scout, 8/14/21
19 - Darryl Martin turned pro out of high school, called himself really happy; Saw six pro seasons, made high-A, 8/16/21
20 - Dan Raley relaxed in college, played as pro over three seasons; Later turned coach, 8/30/21
21 - Bob Reimink credited a local baseball man with his pro career; Saw five seasons, made AAA, 9/19/21
22 - Lino Rivera has been a person in baseball for more than three decades; First as player, then as manager, 9/11/21
23 - Tookie Spann used his baseball skills to see six pro seasons, made AA, 9/10/21
24 - Mickey Tresh followed family into pros, but couldn't follow to bigs; Wasn't disappointed, 8/15/21
25 - Marty Willis set his sights on pro baseball; Got there, saw five seasons, made AA, 8/21/21
26 - Johnny Lipon felt good and enjoyed the game over five decades as player, then manager, 8/29/21
27 - Doug Carpenter worked hard, hoped to be noticed, made AA; Later worked noticing others as coach, scout, 9/13/21
28 - Terry Smith served as a AA All-Star trainer, as trainer in Tigers and Red Sox systems, 8/25/21

Vero Beach Dodgers
Joe Alvarez played and coached for more than four decades, including coaching in Korea, 2/26/22
Jorge Alvarez loved baseball and contributed over nearly quarter century; Made AA, 2/23/22
Pedro Astacio opened eyes in early Dodgers starts; Kept them open over 15 ML seasons, 1/29/22
Tony Barron looked for his opportunity; Got it with Expos and Phillies over two seasons, 3/14/22
Bill Bene proved inconsistent, both before and after first-round selection; Made AAA, 3/12/22
Cam Biberdorf picked up team saves record at high-A; Saw four seasons, made AA, 2/14/22
Eric Boddie worked to show he could play; Saw three pro seasons, made high-A, 1/28/22
Ray Calhoun worked to throw strikes over four pro seasons; Made AA, 3/15/22
Anthony Collier improved his concentration at Vero Beach; Saw six pro seasons, made AA, 2/17/22
Edwin Correa made majors at 19, bigs career ended on shoulder injury at 21, 2/11/22
Javier De La Hoya waited years to make AAA; Saw minors, Taiwan, Mexico, not bigs, 2/27/22
Dino Ebel didn't make it as a player, but has as a coach; Coached in bigs for decade-plus, 3/13/22
Bob Fletcher returned from elbow injury that cost a season' Saw three pro campaigns, made high-A, 2/20/22
Freddy Gonzalez showed patience at high-A; Saw five seasons, made AA, 3/5/22
Pete Gonzalez believed he'd make bigs in five years; Saw eight pro seasons, made AAA, 2/13/22
Marc Griffin used his skills in the minors over six seasons; Later as a broadcaster, 3/4/22
John Knapp used his arm over five pro seasons, both in field and on mound; Made high-A, 3/16/22
Dennis Lewallyn worked to develop players with winning attitude; Saw decades in game as player, coach, 2/27/22
Alan Lewis worked to hit them where they weren't over seven pro seasons; Made AA, 2/15/22
Scott Marabell provided early power at short-season; Saw five campaigns, made AA, 2/25/22
Media Arts Group brought together four companies; In 1990, the group sponsored a baseball card set, 2/22/22
Robin Nina took a no-hitter late to open 1989; Saw four pro seasons, made high-A, 3/6/22
Tim Patrick had a rough start at Yakima; Played three pro seasons, made high-A, 1/30/22
Pedro Perez provided ninth-inning stop for Yakima; Saw four pro seasons, made AA, 3/6/22
Rex Peters went to college, didn't regret it; Saw three pro seasons, then turned college coach, 3/2/22
Mike Piazza hit a lot of home runs in his Hall of Fame career, including one legendary shot, 2/5/22
Ramon Taveras threw well at short-season; Saw four seasons, made AA, 2/21/22
Jeff Vanzytveld had a major league sinker; Injury ended career at AA, 2/3/22
Bill Wengert improved at high-A Vero Beach; Saw eight pro seasons, made AAA, 2/12/22
Matt Wilson assessed players as a Dodgers trainer in the minors and bigs, later in college, 3/8/22
Mike Wismer played multiple positions in high school; Hit in pros over two seasons, made high-A, 2/8/22
Eric Young went put and proved he was an All-Star caliber player; Saw 15 ML seasons, 2/1/22

Wausau Timbers
8 - John Fowler played for his hometown Frederick Keys; Saw three pro seasons, made high-A, 5/1/21
9 - Shawn Heiden had great season in high school, got him pro shot; Saw two seasons, made single-A, 6/19/21
10 - Aman Hicks came out of nowhere to be fourth-round pick; Saw four pro seasons, made AA, 6/24/21
11 - Mattie Asencio joined other Dominican players at Wausau; Saw two pro seasons, topped out at single-A, 7/1/21
11 - Brad Hildreth set records in college; Saw two pro seasons, got suspended after 'Bull Durham' stunt, 6/28/21
12 - Keith Kessinger followed his major leaguer father into pros; Made bigs for 11 games, 6/28/21
13 - Pat Leinen made AAA Rochester, then walked away sent back to AA; Felt too many ahead of him, 6/29/21
14 - T.R. Lewis got big game-winning hit at AA; Saw 11 pro seasons, made AAA, 5/28/21

West Palm Beach Expos
12 - Ken Lake hit a key home run in 1990 game; Saw four pro seasons, made AA, 1/15/21
13 - Richie Lewis knocked game-winner as pitcher in 1993; Saw seven ML campaigns, 1/19/21
14 - Rob Mason helped youth team to title as coach; Played four pro seasons, made high-A, 1/4/21
15 - Todd Mayo knew in baseball the outcome is never certain; Saw four pro seasons, made AA, 1/26/21
16 - John Mello had nerves of steel over three pro seasons, made high-A; Later became instructor, 12/26/20
17 - Doug Piatt couldn't believe he was in the majors; Saw 21 games with Expos in 1991, 1/30/21
18 - Chris Pollack returned from rotator cuff surgery for four more seasons, but had no Hollywood ending in bigs, 1/22/21
19 - F.P. Santangelo knew he'd make the majors; Later made the Mitchell Report, became broadcaster, 2/3/21
20 - Joe Siddall learned a lot over 12 pro seasons; Made bigs, became Blue Jays broadcaster, endured loss of son, 12/29/20
21  - David Sommer hoped for a no-hitter to win bet with dad; Saw five pro seasons, passed away in 2019, 1/28/21
22 - Joel Smith sped his way from Tennessee to the pros; Saw four seasons, made high-A, 1/2/21
23 - Matt Stairs thought about moving on, then made the next 15 major league seasons, 12/31/20
24 - Adam Terris dedicated himself, then returned to college field; Made pros, saw two seasons, 1/12/21
25 - Dave Wainhouse gave it another shot, saw five more ML seasons; Played in seven total, 12/30/20
26 - John Wenrick got good action on his fastball in 1986; Saw five pro seasons, made high-A, 1/23/21
27 - Fred Williams got back to basics and improve hitting at AA; Saw nine pro seasons, missed bigs, 1/20/21
28 - Pete Young made the majors with the Expos over two seasons, helped start agent's career, 1/3/21
29 - Felipe Alou enjoyed himself over 17 major league seasons as a player, 14 as a manager, 12/27/20

Williamsport Bills
1 - Jim Blueberg, Late Bloomer, 2/26/18
2 - Jim Bowie, Swing The Bat, 2/27/18
3 - Dave Brundage, Best Moment, 7/14/15
4 - Rich DeLucia, Of Relief, 2/28/18
5 - Troy Evers, Quality Game, 3/1/18
6 - Fernando Figueroa, Third Save, 3/2/18
7 - Mike Gardiner, Felt Capable, 3/4/18
8 - Mike Goff, Concentrate On, 3/3/18
9 - Lee Hancock, Offensive Lineman, 3/5/18
10 - Chuck Hensley, Good Move, 2/24/18
11 - Jeff Hooper, Brief Chance, 3/7/18
12 - Chris Howard, Chosen Sport, 3/8/18
13 - Bryan King, Could Compete, 3/10/18
14 - Dru Kosco, Improved Everyday, 3/6/18
15 - Shane Letterio, Felt Confident, 3/9/18
16 - Mike McDonald, Game Winner, 3/11/18
17 - Mark Merchant, Pretty Calm, 3/12/18
18 - Jeff Nelson, Good One, 3/13/18
19 - Ken Pennington, Another Prospect, 2/25/18
20 - Mark Razook, Legion Ball, 3/14/18
21 - Dana Ridenour, Comparable To, 3/15/18
22 - Ricky Rojas, Bore Down, 3/16/18
23 - Ted Williams, Steal Bases, 3/17/18
24 - Mark Wooden, Came Through, 3/18/18
25 - Rich Morales, Full Potential, 3/19/18
26 - Bobby Cuellar, What Happens, 3/20/18
27 - Chris Verna, Big Thrill, 3/21/18

Winter Haven Red Sox
1 - Tracy Allen returned from surgery to start strong; Saw three pro seasons, made AA, 4/25/22
2 - Felix Colon got some key hits over decade in pros; Topped out at AA, 5/25/22
3 - Freddie Davis showed confidence over five pro seasons; Topped out at AA, 5/28/22
4 - Alex Delgado saw 26 games in bigs, got chance to be hero in one of them, 5/14/22
5 - Jim Dennison impressed Red Sox scouts as a lefty; Saw four pro seasons, made high-A, 5/19/22
6 - Colin Dixon believed if he had a uniform, he had a chance; Saw seven pro seasons, briefly made AAA, 5/7/22
7 - Willie Dukes enjoyed his brief pro baseball experience; Made high-A, then became a firefighter, 5/17/22
8 - Ray Fagnant got call to turn pro, one to turn scout; Played in four seasons, missed call to bigs, 4/29/22
9 - Jason Friedman reminded one legend early of Fred Lynn; Saw nine pro seasons, made AAA, became lawyer, 5/29/22
10 - Greg Hansell believed in himself over 15 pro seasons; Made bigs in four, also Japan, 4/30/22
11 - Peter Hoy made the majors for five outings; Played in Olympics with Canada, became coach, 4/28/22
12 - Garrett Jenkins showed speed at short-season; Saw four pro campaigns, made high-A, 5/8/22
13 - Dan Kite used his multiple pitches to turn pro; Saw four injury-slowed seasons, made high-A, 5/6/22
14 - Pedro Matilla impressed scouts in high school; Saw five pro seasons, made high-A, 5/8/22
15 - Jeff McNeely played eight pro seasons, made bigs for 21 games, then went into education, 4/27/22
16 - Steve Michael started as pitcher, but loved playing every day; Saw four pro seasons, made high-A, 5/1/22
17 - Bart Moore liked to steal bases; Ran to three seasons as a pro, made high-A, 4/26/22
18 - Boo Moore went from high rating in high school to pros; Saw eight seasons, made AA, 5/4/22
19 - Tony Mosley signed out of high school because he loved the game; Saw seven seasons, made AA, 5/26/22
20 - Lou Munoz almost gave up on pros for police work, then got signed; Saw three seasons, made high-A, 5/21/22
21 - Paul Quantrill loved to pitch and he did so - often - over 14 major league seasons, 5/10/22
22 - Ed Riley got drafted by hometown team, then pressured himself; Saw 14 pro seasons, made AAA, 5/28/22
23 - Andy Rush tried to improve each game; Saw six seasons, could improve enough for high-A, 5/21/22
24 - Al Sanders pitched well in AA debut; Saw five pro seasons, missed AAA, bigs, 5/29/22
25 - Richard Witherspoon ran extra sprints at Elmira; Played three pro seasons, made high-A, 5/17/22

Cal League
Visalia Oaks
56 - Denny Neagle, Already Familiar, 6/6/15
57 - Chad Swanson, Successfully Deployed, 7/6/15
58 - Mike Trombley, Good Times, 6/17/15
59 - Mike Aspray, Settled For, 5/31/15
60 - Pat Mahomes, Paying Off, 6/14/15
61 - Tom Fine, Lost Concentration, 6/16/15
62 - Rich Garces, Proved Himself, 6/10/15
63 - Fred White, Unlimited Potential, 6/15/15
64 - Phil Wiese, Left Off, 6/29/15
65 - George Tsamis, Greatest Place, 6/7/15
66 - Carl Fraticelli, Came Ready, 5/17/15
67 - Dan Masteller, Like This, 7/1/15
68 - Ramon Cedeno, Lucky Night, 6/28/15
69 - Bob McCreary, Toughest Adjustment, 6/13/15
70 - Ray Ortiz, Winning Teams, 6/13/15
71 - Carlos Capellan, Started Slow, 6/20/15
72 - Jay Kvasnicka, Means Everything, 6/18/15
73 - Mike House, Different Path, 5/21/15
74 - J.T. Bruett, More Selective, 5/18/15
75 - Troy Buckley, Test of Response, 6/26/15
76 - Todd Logan, Tough Kid, 6/24/15
77 - Dan Segui, Some Kids, 6/10/15
78 - Jose Garcia, Twins Tour, 5/23/15
79 - Scott Ullger, Chance Taken, 6/27/15
80 - Brian Allard, Main Objective, 6/5/15
81 - Brian Bucz, Best Promotion, 6/8/15
82 - Joel Safly, Little Things, 6/18/15
83 - Joseph Bucz, Both Fixtures, 5/31/15
84 - Jason Elick, Collected Himself, 7/30/15
85 - Robert Spurlock, Well Acquainted, 6/13/15
86 - Darren Holt, Different Role, 6/3/15

Sportsprint
Winston-Salem Spirits
1 - Gary Scott made the great achievement, he made the majors; Played with Cubs over two seasons, 1/17/20
2 - Billy White moved up to AA, then stayed there over five seasons; Made AAA, not bigs, 1/15/20
3 - John Salles played it out and saw six pro seasons; He made AAA, not the bigs, 1/18/20
4 - Paul Blair liked to knock in runs; His father had long ML career, he made AAA, not bigs, 1/20/20
5 - Bill Melvin kept his teams close over eight seasons; Made AAA, not bigs, 1/21/20
6 - John Gardner played seven seasons, then became a firefighter; Made AAA, not bigs, 1/4/20
7 - Doug Welch swung the bat well at Winston-Salem, later returned there as HS coach, teacher, 1/10/20
8 - Dale Craig hit a rally-starting home run at high-A; Played three seasons, never made AA, 1/10/20
9 - Derek Stroud served as head coach at old high school for two decades; Played seven pro seasons, 1/11/20
10 - Kevin Roberson played in four major league seasons; Hit game-winner in 1993 off Lee Smith, 1/5/20
11 - Fernando Ramsey had hardly played baseball before being drafted, 1/9/20
12 - Shannon Jones struck out 18 in a college game; Played four pro seasons, 1/23/20
13 - Ronnie Rasp played three pro seasons, then crushed his finger in an off-season job accident, 1/14/20
14 - Jim Murphy went back to school after baseball and became an author and motivational speaker, 1/8/20
15 - John Jensen was excited to turn pro out of college; Played seven pro seasons, made AAA, 1/24/20
16 - Steve DiBartolomeo liked pitching in relief, pitched as a pro over three seasons, 1/25/20
17 - Jim Bullinger switched from shortstop to pitching, then made the majors over seven seasons, 1/25/20
18 - Ed Caballero threw a one-hitter in a spot start for Winston-Salem, 1/26/20
19 - Tim Moore gave the pros a shot out of high school; Played three seasons, never made AA, 1/6/20
20 - Jeff Massicotte came on in tough spot at Geneva and struck out three; Played four pro seasons, 1/11/20
21 - Tracy Smith finished out his playing career and better opportunities presented themselves, 1/8/20
22 - Scott Taylor was Winston-Salem's best catcher in 1990; He briefly made AAA, but not the bigs, 1/5/20
23 - Julio Strauss' services were won in Venezuela by the Cubs; He made AAA, but not the bigs, 1/4/20
24 - Elvin Paulino hit well at Winston-Salem; Played six seasons, made AAA, 1/13/20
25 - Eddie Williams' first two pro home runs went for grand slams - a year apart; Played six seasons, 1/12/20
26 - Lickety Split, the Holly Farms Chicken, graced his first card, then found himself - and the brand - on the way out, 1/27/20
27 - Steve Melendez worked to get to know his players as a minor league trainer, 1/31/20
28 - Bill Earley got his major league shot as player in 1986, then helped others as coach, 2/3/20
30 - Don Johnson served as a Winston-Salem batboy, part of a long line, 2/7/20

Pucko
Elmira Pioneers
1 - Tim Graham worked on his swing and improved; Saw eight pro seasons, briefly made AA, 7/14/21
2 - Dave Alvarez looked to provide some punch at Elmira in 1989; Saw three pro seasons, 6/25/21
3 - Randy Brown experienced much over 11 pro seasons; Made AAA, never experienced bigs, 6/20/21
4 - Tim Davis enjoyed playing baseball, then got injured; Played four seasons, made high-A, 7/9/21
5 - Jason Friedman reminded one legend early of Fred Lynn; Saw nine pro seasons, made AAA, became lawyer, 7/10/21
6 - Larry Grant proved useful as hitter and in the field; Saw three pro seasons, made high-A, 7/24/21
7 - Jeff Limoncelli got hit in big club spring training game; Saw two pro seasons, played for hometown Elmira, 7/16/21
8 - Shea Wardwell helped college to conference title game; Saw four pro seasons, later turned coach, instructor, 6/19/21
9 - Willie Dukes enjoyed his brief pro baseball experience; Made high-A, then became a firefighter, 6/21/21
10 - Jose Lora used speed to make up for mental mistake in 1990 game; Saw three pro seasons, made high-A, 7/19/21
11 - Jose Malave had great day early for Red Sox in Boston; Saw two ML campaigns, 7/23/21
12 - Jeff McNeely played eight pro seasons, made bigs for 21 games, then went into education, 7/5/21
13 - Joe Demus helped his manager early in 1990 as bullpen catcher; Saw three pro seasons, made AA, 7/18/21
14 - John Lammon had a quick release as a catcher; Saw two pro seasons, both at Elmira, 6/26/21
15 - Chris Davis could pitch when needed; Saw three seasons, made high-A, 7/25/21
16 - Jim Dennison impressed Red Sox scouts as a lefty; Saw four pro seasons, made high-A, 6/29/21
17 - Gar Finnvold proved his point in brief AAA shot; Later made bigs for eight starts, 7/15/21
18 - John Locker played the game over two seasons; Saw Elmira over both, 7/20/21
19 - Erik Plantenberg got John Olerud out for the Mariners; Saw three ML campaigns, 6/27/21
20 - Dave Ring set them up with his curve over three pro seasons; Made short-season Elmira, 7/3/21
21 - Silverio Santa Maria could throw frequently, if asked; Saw six pro seasons, made high-A, 6/28/21
22 - Cedric Santiago threw junk, but around the plate; Saw three pro seasons, made high-A, 7/11/21
23 - Tim Smith started slow at AA; Saw three seasons there, played five overall, missed bigs, 7/17/21
24 - Brian Young looked to progress in pros; Saw five seasons, made high-A, 7/22/21
25 - Mike Verdi learned managing from his father, then turned minors manager himself, 6/24/21
26 - Mike Quatrine served as the Elmira Pioneers trainer, one of a line of Pioneers trainers, 7/21/21
27 - Old Pioneer & Friend - The Elmira Pioneers put more fun in their mascot, with a baseball cap, 7/8/21

Jamestown Expos
1 - Ted Ciesla excelled in American Legion ball; He played two pro seasons, 10/17/19
2 - Rob Fitzgerald believed he saw an opening to the majors; Never made it above AA, 12/8/19
3 - Domingo Matos hit well lin a June 1993 game for West Palm; Played five pro seasons, 10/12/19
4 - Abby Rodriguez had fielding trouble in third pro season, was also last pro season, 10/5/19
5 - Marc Tsitouris swung the bat well in a July 1991 game; Played two pro seasons, 10/17/19
6 - Randy Wilstead hit a game-winning home run at BYU; Came up short of bigs, 12/28/19
7 - Jeff Barry came through for the Rockies in 1999; Played in three major league seasons, Japan, 12/10/19
8 - Robbie Katzaroff knew all he could do was play hard; Played seven pro seasons, not in bigs, 12/7/19
9 - Glenn Murray knocked a high chopper for first big league hit, Played two decades, 12/15/19
10 - Jerry Nyman was related to major leaguers, just not one whose name he shared, 10/20/19
11 - Todd Samples turned to art and the environment after eight seasons in pro baseball, 10/13/19
12 - Michael Friedland played two pro seasons, then, years later, helped coach son's Little League team, 9/30/19
13 - Derek Aucoin became the first homegrown Montrealer to play for the Expos, 12/7/19
14 - Bob Baxter had to smile with Jamestown, because he was on Candid Camera, 10/4/19
15 - Billy Brewer hoped to show a scout what he could do; Saw seven ML seasons, 1/1/20
16 - Rafael Diaz returned from Mexico with a new chance in 1997; Never made bigs, 12/11/19
17 - Ranbir Grewal led his college team in wins and ERA; Twice made AAA, 12/11/19
19 - Darrin Kotch got back on track at Sumter in 1991 with three-inning save, 10/15/19
20 - Steve Long did alright at Sumter in 1991; Played seven seasons, didn't see bigs, 10/14/19
21 - Mike Mathile's potential didn't pan out with trip to bigs, 10/3/19
22 - Felix Moya grew up in Nicaragua, stayed in El Salvador, played in minors for three seasons, 1/2/20
23 - Joe Norris never made the majors himself, but saw a player he coached get there, 10/2/19
24 - John Polasek believed congressional changes would benefit players like him, 12/17/19
25 - Troy Ricker hit two home runs in 1989 West Palm Beach game, 12/13/19
26 - Troy Wessel's son followed him to the baseball field; The father played three pro seasons, 12/8/19
27 - Pat Daugherty became a legend at an Iowa college; Later served as Rockies' first scouting director, 12/10/19
28 - Q.V. Lowe still loved the game after nearly 50 years in it; Coached in college, minors and bigs, 12/12/19
29 - Jose Castro played 13 seasons,never made bigs; Made bigs as coach, 12/13/19
30 - Scott Yurcisin may not have spent long training in the minors, but he appears to have gone on elsewhere, 1/3/20
31 - Tom Glick served as Jamestown Expos intern in 1990; In 2019, he serves as Carolina Panthers team president, 12/28/19
31 - Tom O'Reilly served as Jamestown GM for two league titles, 12/26/19
32 - Yuppi followed his cousin, Yippie, to become the Jamestown Expos mascot, 10/10/19
33 - College Stadium in Jamestown saw pro baseball for a long time, 1/3/20
34 - Dan Hargis dealt with draft day by going fishing; Also took part in Candid Camera prank, 10/19/19

Niagara Falls Rapids
1 - Danny Rogers dominated in college, played two seasons as a pro; Later played softball, 4/15/20
2 - Doug Kimbler played eight seasons, then retired, he enjoyed coaching more; Later took over at NYU, 5/1/20
3 - Tim Kirt hit well in Legion ball, then made college and pros; Pro career lasted single season, 4/28/20
5 - Dave Mastropietro was ready to play baseball; Played it professionally over a single season, 4/16/20
6 - Kirk Mendenhall woke up a AAA crowd with a single, stolen base; Saw six seasons, never made bigs, 4/26/20
7 - Mario Moccia left college to turn pro; Played two pro seasons, later returned to old college as AD, 5/4/20
8 - Kelley O'Neal signed as a pro out of high school, performed over six seasons, made AA, 4/24/20
13 - Gregg Radachowsky worked way to pro prospect as catcher; Saw two pro seasons, topped out at high-A, 4/9/20
16 - Greg Coppeta made his college's Hall of Fame; Played four pro seasons, topped out at AA, 4/3/20
17 - Tom Drell got off to a good start at high-A, then he walked away; He no longer found joy playing, 5/10/20
18 - Rob Fazekas pitched better than his record in college; Played two seasons as a pro, 4/20/20
19 - Kevin Keon helped his college team to a win in relief; Played two pro campaigns, 4/30/20
20 - Eric Leimeister wasn't sure he'd have a pro career after final college starts; Made pros, saw two seasons, 5/7/20
21 - Doug Marcero felt he hit the big time in college game; Made pros over three seasons, hit high-A, 4/21/20
22 - Brian Nelson played with future Royals GM in college; Later played three seasons in pros, 4/24/20
23 - Eddy Rodriguez finished a 1990 game strong in rookie ball; Played four pro seasons, made high-A, 4/10/20
25 - Art Thigpen played three pro seasons, then became a minors umpire, 3/29/20
26 - Bob Undorf moved on to pros without pressure; Played four seasons, made AA, 4/26/20
27 - Steve Wolf lost bid for second-straight shutout at AA late in game; Saw four pro seasons, made AAA, 4/7/20
28 - Juan Lopez played 11 seasons at AAA, never made bigs; Later coached in Tigers, Mets organizations, 5/5/20
29 - Joe Decker only knew how to pitch one way, to have command; Saw nine ML seasons, briefly coached, 4/8/20
30 - Chris Rogaliner joined the Niagara Falls Rapids as a trainer while still in college, 3/28/20
31 - Joe DeDario performed at Niagara Falls Rapids games because he loved it, 3/27/20
32 - Fielder's Choice Baseball Cards sponsored the 1990 Niagara Falls Rapids card set; Neither remains in Niagara Falls, 4/13/20
33 - Dinger the Duck had some competition in Niagara Falls as mascot; He and team stayed five seasons, 4/22/20

Pittsfield Mets
2 - Kyle Washington was once traded for Jose Mesa; Played 11 pro seasons, made AA, 5/9/21
3 - Eric Thornton realized in college he had pro potential; Played two pro seasons, made Pittsfield, 5/13/21
4 - Wallace Minnifield got the chance to turn pro in summer ball; Saw three pro seasons, 6/12/21
5 - Robbi Guzik started as an outfielder, then asked to pitch; Saw six pro seasons, made AA, 6/11/21
6 - Joe Arrendondo had good at bats with Pittsfield in 1990; Saw two pro seasons, 6/15/21
7 - Jarrod Parker played as pro, then coached HS kids, mentored them as a pastor, presided over their funerals, 5/3/21
8 - Jason King anchored his college infield; Played four pro seasons, briefly made AAA, 5/11/21
9 - Tim Buhe went from high school title to Northwestern and pros; Saw two pro seasons, made single-A, 5/25/21
10 - Tim McClinton chose the pros over college; Saw five pro seasons, made high-A, 5/4/21
11 - Nick Davis relaxed and picked up run-scoring hit; Saw four pro seasons, made single-A, 5/5/21
12 - Brian Dunn became 'hitting star' in August 1990 game; Saw three pro seasons, made high-A, 5/20/21
13 - Todd Douma went to new college, showed what he could do; Saw four seasons, made AAA, 5/10/21
14 - Steve Thomas played three pro seasons, then walked away; Returned eight years later to independent ball, 5/24/21
15 - Mike Sciortino tried pitching in pros, then reverted to hitting; Saw two pro seasons, 5/16/21
16 - Pete Walker got hitters out in the majors; Later worked with pitchers to do the same as ML coach, 5/28/21
17 - Tom Wilson threw well out of high school; Took pro opportunity to two campaigns, 5/8/21
18 - Mike Thomas went from small college to the majors - for one appearance; Saw seven pro seasons, 6/4/21
19 - Andy Fidler impressed in high school, then turned pro; Saw four seasons, made single-A, 5/9/21
20 - Juan Castillo made the bigs for two games; Worked to make it back, but didn't return, 5/27/21
21 - Jim Scheffler hoped to turn pro as infielder, instead pitched; Saw three pro seasons, 6/8/21
22 - Ed Vazquez expressed nerves upon pro career's start; Saw three seasons, made high-A, 5/21/21
23 - Alberto Castillo tried to work hard, improve; Did so enough to see 12 ML campaigns, 5/6/21
24 - Mike Freitas took baseball seriously in high school; Went on to nine-season pro career, made AAA, 6/14/21
25 - Jim Eschen tried to move up himself as a player, later worked to help others as minors manager, 6/3/21
25 - Michael Landsman aced umpire school test, got minors job; Quickly felt burned out, 6/1/21
25 - A.J. Lostaglio has used his immediate judgment over more than three decades as umpire in minors, college, 5/31/21
25 - Two New York-Penn League umpires identified (to a reasonable degree of certainty), 5/30/21
26 - Randy Niemann worked with minors pitchers to get them to bigs; Made bigs himself as player, coach, 6/5/21

Utica Blue Sox
1 - Kevin Coughlin gained confidence at single-A, he then got to play with Jordan; Made AAA, 3/26/21
2 - Todd Martin flat out hit in high school, enough for third round; Pro career lasted two seasons, 3/31/21
3 - Dan Monzon never doubted his ability to play; Saw four pro seasons, made single-A, 3/27/21
4 - Rogelio Nunez played nine seasons, learned English with Michael Jordan's help; Made AA, 4/5/21
5 - Rafael Ochoa used his ability over four pro seasons; Hoped to make bigs, made single-A, 4/23/21
6 - Adam Sanders broke up no-hitter with hard grounder in 1990; Saw two pro seasons, 4/1/21
7 - Joe Solimine hit to opposite field over three pro seasons, made single-A; Later went into insurance, 4/23/21
8 - Chris Sparrow came back from slump with home run at Utica; Played two pro seasons, 4/25/21
9 - Keith Strange hoped position moves would better bigs opportunity; Played four pro seasons, made AA, 4/8/21
10 - Dean Tatarian hit Yankee Stadium home run; Played six pro seasons, made AAA, never made bigs, 4/12/21
11 - Craig Teter had 14-game hitting streak in rookie ball; Saw three pro seasons, made single-A, 4/17/21
12 - Kerry Valrie loved to hit, in two sports; Played nine pro baseball seasons, made AAA, also tried for NFL, 4/9/21
13 - Barry Williams showed sterling defense in a 1990 game at Utica; Saw two pro seasons, 4/27/21
14 - Rod Bolton stayed on an even enough keel to see the bigs over two seasons, also saw Japan, 4/29/21
15 - Frank Campos came on in 19th inning of 1988 game, got win; Saw nine pro seasons, made AAA, 3/28/21
16 - Rolando Caridad pitched as expected in high school, well; Saw five pro seasons, made high-A, 4/16/21
17 - Chris Fruge came on strong, then got delayed shot at pros; Saw single pro campaign, 4/30/21
18 - Dave Gorman turned pro and turned to pitching; Played in two pro seasons, made single-A, 4/2/21
19 - Todd Hotz got playing time at Texas, then got it in the pros; Played a single pro campaign, then became attorney, 3/25/21
20 - Pat Hulme picked up win in GCL; Saw rookie league over three seasons, briefly Utica, 4/15/21
21 - Jonathan Jenkins returned to field after stress fracture; Saw eight pro seasons, made high-A, 3/24/21
22 - Ernesto Santana got called up for exhibition; Saw seven pro seasons, never saw AA, 4/2/21
23 - John Smith picked up late-season complete-game win for Utica; Saw three seasons, made high-A, 3/26/21
24 - Kevin Tolar got his pitches over for a decade plus, then made the majors; Saw time in three ML campaigns, 4/3/21
25 - Tommy Thompson played, coached for years in White Sox system; Later got career 2nd chance through sobriety, 4/17/21
26 - Bill Ballou had patience, calming effect as minors coach; In offseason, he taught physical education in school, 4/18/21
26 - Charley Lau Jr. followed his father into coaching hitters, became 'hitting guru' in own right, 4/19/21
26 - Ron McKay has served as a coach in high school, college and pros, also as instructor, 4/20/21
26 - Rick Ray served as a minors trainer, then in college and as a mentor, 4/21/21
26 - Tommy Thompson played, coached for years in White Sox system; Later got career 2nd chance through sobriety, 4/22/21

Welland Pirates
1 - Kurt Miller started with pressure of first-round pick; Saw time in five ML seasons, Japan, 3/20/20
2 - Mike Brown hit a game-winner in 1993; Played nine seasons, including two as a pitcher, made AA, 2/26/20
3 - Genaro Campusano played five pro seasons, made high-A; His son later followed him to pros, 2/12/20
4 - Jon Martin played three pro seasons, then had to give up on his dream, 2/16/20
5 - Juneiro Feliz played four seasons, then later killed his ex-girlfriend's new boyfriend, another man and killed himself, 2/23/20
6 - Ben Johnson scored winning run in high school playoff game; Played single season as pro, 3/10/20
7 - Steve Polewski's father served as a coach on his high school team; Played two pro seasons, 3/16/20
8 - Kevin Young played baseball for that winning feeling; Played in bigs over 12 seasons, 3/14/20
9 - John Schulte worked hard enough to turn pro out of high school; Played three pro seasons, 3/13/20
10 - Anthony Brown grew up a Pirates fan, then played in the organization for three seasons, 2/16/20
11 - Scott Bullett had a big night for the Cubs in 1996; Played in four ML seasons in 19 pro campaigns, 3/7/20
12 - John Curtis signed to play football in college, later signed in pro baseball; Played two seasons, 3/13/20
26 - Rich Robertson moved his fastball over six major league seasons, 2/19/20
27 - Steve Roeder got enough details right to play five pro seasons, but not above short-season, 3/13/20
28 - Brian Shouse saw 13 major league outings over his first 12 seasons, then his career took off, 2/18/20
29 - Doug Simpson played three sports in high school, a season in pro baseball, became fireman, 2/21/20
30 - David Tellers turned his height into finesse pitching; Played seven pro seasons, made AA, 2/28/20
31 - Mike Zimmerman played a decade, never made bigs; Later became scout and agent, 3/25/20
32 - Jim Mallon worked as a college coach to improve his players on and off the field; Briefly managed in minors, 3/17/20

Diamond
Gulf Coast League Dodgers
1 - Henry Blanco, His All, 5/27/19
2 - Jake Botts, Really Good, 5/26/19
3 - Jimmy Brown, Some Look, 5/14/19
4 - Jason Broyles, Relief Win, 5/28/19
5 - Donnie Carroll, What If, 5/23/19
6 - Nelson Castro, Pretty Hard, 5/15/19
7 - Jose Cruz, That List, 6/3/19
8 - Keith Daniel, Tremendous Attitude, 5/31/19
9 - Greg Davis, Multiple Honors, 5/9/19
10 - Andres Diaz, Two Seasons, 6/4/19
11 - Ross Farnsworth, Developed Enough, 6/2/19
12 - Dirk Gorman, Postseason Honors, 5/21/19
13 - Randy Graves, Feared Hitter, 5/12/19
14 - Rob Hoffman, Learning Experience, 5/20/19
15 - Andres Macu, League Title, 6/1/19
16 - Albert Maldonado, Closed Out, 5/13/19
17 - Tom Matthews, Tough Competitor, 6/1/19
18 - Domingo Mota, Worked Hard, 5/16/19
19 - Peter Nurre, Helped Extend, 6/3/19
20 - Jose Parra, Long Time, 5/10/19
21 - Jose Perez, Lead Off, 5/25/19
22 - Alton Pinkney, Lead Extended, 6/2/19
23 - Javier Puchales, Two Hits, 5/17/19
24 - Mike Racobaldo, Those Stats, 6/4/19
25 - Frank Smith, Last Guy, 5/22/19
26 - Rob Sweeney, The Switch, 5/31/19
27 - Jose Valdez, At Home, 5/24/19
28 - Leroy Williams, More Relaxed, 5/30/19
29 - Ivan DeJesus, His Best, 5/19/19

Gulf Coast League Yankees
1 - Tim Cooper, Main Thing, 3/15/19
2 - Abdiel Cumberbatch, His Part, 3/17/19
3 - Tim Demerson, Best For, 3/12/19
4 - Ryan Eberly, Some Things, 3/18/19
5 - Carl Everett, Played Hard, 3/20/19
6 - Brian Faw, Pro Ball, 3/21/19
7 - Nathanael Felix, His Name, 3/22/19
8 - Mike Figga, Long Way, 3/26/19
9 - Brent Gilbert, Third Win, 3/27/19
10 - Adolfo Harris, Closed Out, 3/13/19
11 - Jimmy Hayes, Walked On, 3/28/19
12 - Richard Hines, Finished Up, 3/29/19
13 - Frank Laviano, Emotional Ties, 3/30/19
14 - Ricky Ledee, Be Aggressive, 3/31/19
15 - Johnny Leon, Cut Down, 4/1/19
16 - Jeff Motuzas, Expanded Role, 4/5/19
17 - Mariano Rivera, Tough Situations, 4/11/19
18 - Tim Rumer, Lifelong Dream, 3/11/19
19 - Edwin Salcedo, Playing Time, 3/10/19
20 - Alexis Santaella, Real Impressed, 4/12/19
21 - Santi Santiago, Still Played, 4/13/19
22 - Tate Seefried, Same Way, 4/14/19
23 - Keith Seiler, More Happy, 4/15/19
24 - Sean Smith, Life Trajectory, 4/16/19
25 - Shane Spencer, Look Back, 4/21/18
26 - John Thibert, Big Win, 3/12/19
27 - Rich Turrentine, Best Shot, 4/24/19
28 - Mark Rose, Excellent Shot, 4/27/19
28 - Glenn Sherlock, Good People, 4/26/19
28 - Howard "Hop" Cassady, Great Guy, 5/5/19
28 - Rich Arena, Was Ecstatic, 5/6/19

Princeton Patriots
1 - Joel Adamson, Proved Himself, 7/25/17
2 - Ron Blazier, Schedule Set, 7/24/17
3 - Luis Brito, Good Living, 7/18/17
4 - Pat Cheek, Career Day, 7/8/17
5 - Jerome Edwards, More Aggressive, 7/28/17
6 - Sam Edwards, Top Priority, 7/10/17
7 - Jesus Garces, Young Age, 7/12/17
8 - Mario Garcia, His Goal, 7/17/17
9 - Jeffrey Gunn, Supplied Offense, 7/11/17
10 - David Hammond, New Title, 7/13/17
11 - Brad Hassinger, Awesome Experience, 7/22/17
12 - Steve Hollins, Another Added, 7/23/17
13 - Bobby Llanos, Hot-Hitting, 7/9/17
14 - Ron Lockett, Didn't Stop, 7/20/17
15 - Bryan Manicchia, Got Noticed, 7/29/17
16 - Jeff Repoz, Fatherly Advantage, 7/16/17
17 - Troy Rusk, Fun Ride, 7/11/17
18 - Chad Silver, Wonderful Adventure, 7/23/17
19 - Terrell Smith, Another Sport, 7/22/17
20 - Chris Snyder, Next Starter, 7/15/17
21 - Jose Sosa, Those Numbers, 7/17/17
22 - Mark Steffens, Local Team, 7/16/17
23 - Bill Stohr, First Win, 7/13/17
24 - Francisco Tejada, Lead-Off Double, 7/9/17
25 - Julio Vargas, His Chances, 7/14/17
26 - Juan Villareal, Best Of, 7/14/17
27 - Matt Whisenant, Track Record, 7/8/17
28 - Eli Grba, Grew Up, 7/12/17
29 - Ramon Henderson, His Losses, 7/19/17
30 - Brent Leiby, Entailed More, 7/15/17

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Gate City Pioneers
1 - Gary Adams, Needed Runs, 7/29/15
2 - Itsuki Asai, Came Through, 8/2/15
3 - Buck Atwater, Perfect Record, 7/13/15
4 - David Carter, Really Helped, 8/9/15
5 - Keith Casey, Stayed In, 8/4/15
6 - Akihiko Chiyomaru, Four Seasons, 8/2/15
7 - Chris Emerick, All-Around, 7/9/15
8 - Trey Wilburn, Treated Rudely, 8/8/15
9 - Mike Fier, Back Out, 8/2/15
10 - Kelly Frederiksen, To Perfection, 8/8/15
11 - Jim Heilgeist, Came Together, 8/2/15
12 - Tyrone Horne, Homer Cycle, 7/8/15
13 - Paul Hutto, Pretty Impressive, 8/3/15
14 - Takashi Maema, Got There, 7/28/15
15 - Tony Marabella, Natural Thing, 8/5/15
16 - Angelo Santiago, Triple Crown, 8/2/15
17 - Hideki Mizusawa, Did Play, 8/4/15
18 - Doug Noce, College Success, 7/10/15
19 - Hiroyuki Satoh, Stopped Him, 7/8/15
20 - Hector Rivera, Own Pace, 7/12/15
21 - Perry Sanchez, Two and Out, 7/12/15
22 - Eddie Bonine, Baseball Guy, 8/9/15
23 - Keiji Abe, American Game, 8/4/15
24 - Ed Creech, Life Blood, 8/3/15

Great Falls Dodgers
1 - Ron Walden thought he had the ability as top pick, the Dodgers did, too; Then, quickly, came injury, 6/2/20
2 - Dan Gray could handle himself behind the plate; Made high-A, later became an instructor, 5/18/20
3 - Mike Busch made two hard decisions in his career, both led him to play baseball; Saw bigs over two seasons, 5/19/20
4 - Raul Mondesi had everything, won NL Rookie of the Year, played 13 ML seasons then went to prison for corruption, 6/5/20
5 - James Daspit bubbled with potential out of college; Played eight seasons, made AAA, 5/16/20
6 - Ed Lund missed out on AA, but he wanted to keep playing; Saw four seasons, topped out at high-A, 5/15/20
7 - Lonnie Webb did his job as leadoff man in 1990; Saw four seasons, hit high-A, 5/26/20
8 - Keoki Farrish slid hard in a 1990 game at Great Falls; Saw three pro seasons, topped out at high-A, 5/21/20
9 - Mark Mimbs played pro baseball with his twin brother; His brother made the bigs, he came up short, 6/1/20
10 - Mike Mimbs got cut by the Dodgers out of AA; Later, after independent ball stint, he made the majors, 5/14/20
11 - Burgess Watts expressed confidence in college; Saw four pro seasons, at third and on mound, made high-A, 5/27/20
12 - Pedro Martinez showed 'unlimited potential' in rookie ball; He then made Hall of Fame, 5/23/20
13 - Jason Kerr finished strong in college, saw five seasons in pros; Topped out at high-A, 6/7/20
14 - Eric Blackwell's grandmother was a Dodgers fan in South Carolina; He played in L.A. system three seasons, made high-A, 5/17/20
15 - David Baumann stuck out a bad back for win in 1990 start; Saw two pro seasons, made high-A, 5/29/20
16 - Junior Perez roomed with Pedro Martinez and Raul Mondesi at Great Falls; His pro career, though, amounted to 41 games, 5/17/20
17 - Don Meyers moved from infielder to catching; Saw three pro seasons, made high-A, 5/22/20
18 - Garey Ingram saw the bigs as three times better than the minors; Saw 82 ML games, later coached, 6/12/20
21 - Mike Frauenhoffer helped his college to three NAIA World Series appearances; Saw single pro season, 5/24/20
22 - Dan Andrews remembered his old college as a pro; Later remembered old college with big donation for stadium, 5/28/20
23 - Brian Piotrowicz saw transition to pros as easy after college, high school lessons; Played four pro seasons, 5/30/20
24 - John DeJarld looked forward to his second pro season, but injury cut short that season and his career, 6/10/20
25 - Tim Griffin improved his power in college; Saw three pro seasons, topped out at high-A, 5/20/20
26 - Ed Stryker threw batting practice to major leaguers in college; Pro career topped out at high-A, 6/4/20
27 - Ron Maurer kept swinging to college hit mark; Saw decade in pros, including Taiwan, but not bigs, 6/6/20
28 - Ira Smith wasn't afraid to fail; Played 14 seasons, got considered for bigs spot, but never made it, 5/15/20
29 - Guy Conti proved an important figure for Pedro Martinez, others; Later made bigs himself as Mets coach, 6/9/20
30 - Joe Vavra put in his time and eventually found a home as an ML coach with the Twins and Tigers, 5/15/20

Helena Brewers
1 - Tim Carter credited his teammates in rookie ball; Played three pro seasons, made high-A, 7/19/20
2 - Mike Hooper did good job pitching in high school; Played as pro over four seasons, made high-A, 7/2/20
3 - Juan Flores took advantage of opportunity in college; Saw three pro seasons, made high-A, 6/19/20
4 - Tony Coble played a single season as a pro; He then joined the Army and made First Lieutenant, 7/14/20
5 - Kevin McDonald threw a one-hitter at Salt Lake in 1991; Saw four pro seasons, made high-A, 7/20/20
6 - Chris Wheat had a great game at Helena in 1990; Played two seasons, briefly made single-A, 6/14/20
7 - Pat Miller followed his father to the pros, not to the majors; Played five seasons, made AA, 7/23/20
8 - Scott Moseley made it his goal to play in the pros, and the bigs; He played three professional seasons, 7/16/20
9 - Tony Diggs loved baseball; He played and managed it over three decades, never made bigs, 7/4/20
10 - Jason Zimbauer went from top Chicago-area prep to three pro seasons; Later sued over shoulder injury, 7/12/20
11 - Mike Couture ran himself from college to the pros; Saw four seasons, made AA, 7/7/20
12 - Gordon Powell was always taught to run hard; Did so over 10 pro seasons, made high-A, 6/26/20
13 - LaRue Baber fulfilled dream to play professionally, taken in second round; Saw five seasons, made high-A, 6/15/20
14 - Mark Stephens became first Marlins signee in a pro game; Saw seven seasons, made high-A, 6/18/20
15 - Kurt Archer chose baseball over football in college; Played eight pro baseball seasons, made AAA, 6/22/20
16 - Vince Castaldo made AAA in affiliated ball, got bitter; Turned to independent St. Paul and got remembered, 7/24/20
17 - Geoff Kellogg played five pro seasons, made AA; Later bought a water park, 7/21/20
18 - Eric Patton pitched well his first year and got married; Played two pro seasons, both in rookie ball, 6/28/20
19  - Todd Edwards got his chance at pros; Lasted four seasons in field and on mound, made high-A, 7/26/20
20 - Don Pruitt gained weight in high school with peanut butter sandwiches; Played four pro seasons, made high-A, 7/14/20
21 - Mark Rupp took high school success on to college and pros; Saw two pro seasons, 15 appearances, 7/4/20
22 - Charles Rambadt's college coach believed he deserved pro shot; He got it, over 15 games, 7/10/20
23 - Tim Wilson did good job in relief in rookie ball in 1989; Played two seasons, didn't make it higher, 7/11/20
24 - Mike Carter hit a game-winning double in his first pro year; Saw 13 pro campaigns, made AAA, not bigs, 6/27/20
25 - Brian Souza returned from arm injury to turn pro; Saw four seasons, made single-A, 7/7/20
26 - Mike Norris helped his team to an early lead in a July 1990 contest; Played single pro season, 6/21/20
27 - Bill Brakeley made improvements in college, then played three pro seasons; Made single-A, 6/20/20
28 - Mike Coombs guided his players over four decades in game; Briefly played, coached in pros, 6/16/20
29 - Gary Calhoun coached the way he liked to be coached; Spent career coaching in college, also saw pros, 6/23/20

Grand Slam
Arkansas Travelers
1 - Dave Bialas, Good Instincts, 2/5/19
2 - Marty Mason, Strike One, 2/27/19
3 - Dan Doyel, In-State, 3/9/19
4 - Frankie Abreu, Nasty Pitches, 1/30/19
5 - Isaac Alleyne, Some Ballgames, 2/6/19
6 - John Burgos, Gem Start, 1/28/19
7 - Greg Carmona, To Learn, 2/4/19
8 - Ric Christian, Put Pressure, 2/23/19
9 - Rheal Cormier, Great Run, 2/3/19
10 - John Ericks, Real Good, 3/6/19
11 - Steve Fanning, Family Hits, 1/31/19
12 - Joey Fernandez, Waited For, 4/23/17
13 - Mike Fitzgerald, His Best, 3/8/19
14 - Ed Fulton, Confidence Built, 2/16/19
15 - Mark Grater, Pitching Assessment, 3/7/19
16 - Joe Hall, Normal Things, 2/16/19
17 - Rich Hoffman, Very Rewarding, 3/9/19
18 - Brian Jordan, Worked Out, 3/5/19
19 - Dale Kisten, Ran Out, 1/29/19
20 - John Lepley, College Horse, 2/14/19
21 - Scott Melvin, Guidance Counselor, 3/1/19
22 - Dave Osteen, Experience and Knowledge, 2/2/19
23 - Gab Ozuna, Different Situations, 2/24/19
24 - Len Picota, Tight Game, 2/21/19
25 - Larry Pierson, His Approach, 3/8/19
26 - Mike Ross, Everything Asked, 2/22/19
27 - Brian Stone, Off Night, 2/1/19

Chattanooga Lookouts
1 - Jim Tracy, His Steadiness, 8/5/17
2 - Don Gullett, Right Temperament, 8/11/17
3 - Gregg Crain, Sports Injuries, 8/1/17
4 - Doug Banning, Second Run, 8/14/17
5 - Freddie Benavides, Advanced To, 8/3/17
6 - Jeff Branson, Good Contact, 8/6/17
7 - Joe Bruno, His Future, 8/12/17
8 - Adam Casillas, Most Unselfish, 8/2/17
9 - Benny Colvard, His Role, 8/11/17
10 - Tony DeFrancesco, Communication Skills, 8/10/17
11 - Bill Dodd, Playing Baseball, 8/19/17
12 - Brian Finley, Ninth Inning, 8/19/17
13 - Jeff Forney, Skills Learned, 8/18/17
14 - Steve Foster, Career Ender, 8/16/17
15 - Alan Hayden, More Experience, 7/30/17
16 - Butch Henry, His Experience, 6/21/15
17 - Keith Kaiser, Two Lives, 8/7/17
18 - Jeff Lazor, Next Comparison, 8/6/17
19 - Terry Lee, So Successful, 8/13/17
20 - Greg Lonigro, Future Expansion, 8/5/17
21 - Gino Minutelli, Found It, 3/12/16
22 - Mike Moscrey, Title Clincher, 8/12/17
23 - Jerome Nelson, His Part, 7/31/17
24 - Ross Powell, Good Stuff, 8/15/17
25 - Rosario Rodriguez, Key Outs, 8/8/17
26 - Mel Rosario, Special Instructions, 8/13/17
27 - Scott Sellner, Pile On, 9/11/17

Columbia Mets
1 - Bill Stein, His Role, 6/16/18
2 - Jack Fisher, Home Runs, 4/25/18
3 - Tim McClinton, Decision Made, 6/9/18
4 - Jarrod Parker, His Obligation, 5/7/18
5 - Nick Davis, Relaxed Enough, 5/9/18
6 - Joe McCann, Broke Out, 7/7/18
7 - James Harris, Base Hits, 7/10/18
8 - Reid Hartmann, Higher Levels, 6/20/18
9 - Pat Howell, Like That, 4/17/18
10 - Deron Sample, Hot Start, 5/2/18
11 - Tim Howard, Long Time, 6/17/18
12 - Brian Davis, Picked Up, 6/24/18
13 - Tito Navarro, Good Time, 4/30/17
14 - Alberto Diaz, Table Set, 5/14/18
15 - Julian Vasquez, Good Pitches, 7/12/18
16 - Gregg Langbehn, Different Ballgame, 6/2/18
17 - Art Emm, Pretty Well, 6/22/18
18 - Ryan Richmond, First Sport, 4/19/18
19 - Alberto Castillo, Worked Hard, 7/6/18
20 - Chris Dorn, Great Job, 6/23/18
21 - Joe Vitko, Really Pleased, 7/14/18
22 - Brook Fordyce, Newfound Confidence, 6/30/18
23 - Kevin Carroll, Baseball Man, 6/28/18
24 - Mark Thomas, Mom's Assessment, 5/1/18
25 - Stanton Cameron, Power Display, 5/4/18
26 - Dave Telgheder, Strange Feeling, 4/21/18
27 - Bob Burton, Training Career, 6/15/18
28 - Tim Marting, Highest Point, 4/18/18
29 - Jay Brazeau, Minors Move, 5/5/18
30 - Columbia Mets, 7/15/18

El Paso Diablos
1 - Dave Huppert, Achieved Something, 1/6/19
2 - Paul Lindblad, His Mind, 1/4/19
3 - Jesus Alfaro, Most Popular, 1/23/19
4 - Shon Ashley, His Chance, 1/18/19
5 - Jim Austin, Outstanding Effort, 1/21/19
6 - Mark Chapman, Big Way, 1/26/19
7 - Craig Cooper, Home Runs, 1/10/19
8 - Dee Dixon, New Thing, 1/16/19
9 - Greg Edge, Another Chance, 1/7/19
10 - Cal Eldred, Day By Day, 1/8/19
11 - Ruben Escalera, Rookie Manager, 1/11/18
12 - Dean Freeland, Still Thought, 1/6/19
13 - Robinson Garces, Four Frames, 1/25/19
14 - Chris George, Solid Addition, 1/17/19
15 - Sandy Guerrero, Incredible Moment, 1/12/19
16 - Mitch Hannahs, True Tactician, 1/11/19
17 - Bert Heffernan, Three Things, 1/13/19
18 - Mike Ignasiak, His Due, 1/5/19
19 - Joe Kmak, Another Team, 1/22/19
20 - Scott May, Chance Meeting, 1/15/19
21 - Chuck McGrath, Shored Up, 1/7/19
22 - Steve Monson, Tough Mentality, 1/20/19
23 - Charlie Montoyo, First Impression, 1/24/19
24 - Ed Puig, Strong Start, 1/14/19
25 - Rafael Skeete, Good Sense, 1/19/19

Eugene Emeralds
1 - Javier Alvarez, Tough Night, 9/22/18
2 - Francisco Baez, Sterling Night, 7/16/18
3 - Ramy Brooks, Promised Himself, 8/24/18
4 - Jay Carballo, Little Things, 9/23/18
5 - Scott Davis, Three Bats, 9/24/18
6 - Weddison Ebanks, Brief Stay, 9/9/18
7 - Sean Franceschi, Tough Start, 8/7/18
8 - Charles Frederick, Little Mistake, 9/25/18
9 - Harry Guanchez, Home Run, 9/28/18
10 - Rafael Gutierrez, Crowd Size, 9/29/18
11 - David Haber, Big Game, 10/6/18
12 - Donny Harrel, Best Thing, 7/19/18
13 - Doug Harris, His Job, 10/10/18
14 - Phil Hiatt, On Numbers, 7/30/18
15 - Dave Hierholzer, Vulture Wins, 8/31/18
16 - Brad Holman, High Points, 9/1/18
17 - Darron Johnson, Grand Slam, 9/2/18
18 - Tony Long, Went After, 9/3/18
19 - Geovany Miranda, No Rest, 7/17/18
20 - Ricky Moser, Two Hits, 8/7/18
21 - Gabriel Pineda, Stepped In, 10/7/18
22 - Doug Peters, Good Control, 7/20/18
23 - Damon Pollard, Big Win, 9/10/180
24 - Shayne Rea, How Much, 7/24/18
25 - David Rolls, Fit In, 9/17/18
26 - Arnie Sambel, His Heart, 8/12/18
27 - Doug Shields, Played Hard, 10/13/18
28 - Vernon Slater, Playing Better, 8/9/18
29 - Brady Stewart, Any Way, 8/11/18
30 - Shannon Strong, Loved It, 10/16/18

Jackson Mets
1 - Todd Hundley, Home Runs, 6/8/19
2 - Doug Kline, Everyone There, 6/5/19
3 - Alex Jimenez, Hit Streak, 6/18/19
4 - Bob Apodaca, Same Message, 8/9/19
5 - Clint Hurdle, Much Time, 9/28/19
6 - Fred Hina, Well Organized, 9/20/19
7 - Terry Bross, His Mark, 7/24/19
8 - Steve Larose, Enough For, 8/20/19
9 - Joe Dellicarri, Other Side, 7/1/19
10 - Jaime Roseboro, Position Choice, 6/19/19
11 - Howie Freiling, Appreciated That, 6/6/19
12 - Chris Donnels, His Shot, 9/16/19
13 - Javier Gonzalez, Big Day, 6/26/19
14 - Dave Proctor, Power Potential, 8/22/19
15 - Doug Cinnella, No-Hitters, 9/27/19
16 - Kevin Baez, Showed Guts, 6/26/19
17 - Toby Nivens, Biggest Thing, 8/21/19
18 - Mike Miller, Possible Promotion, 9/18/19
19 - Aguedo Vasquez, His Start, 8/19/19
20 - Joe Whipps, Showed It, 6/27/19
21 - Rudy Hernandez, About Baseball, 6/7/19
22 - Rocky Elli, Too Much, 9/15/19
23 - Ron Gideon, Another Job, 8/23/19
24 - Chuck Carr, Free Spirit, 6/21/19
25 - Crucito Lara, Enough Success, 6/6/19
26 - Anthony Young, Better Pitcher, 9/24/19
27 - Terry McDaniel, Front Office, 8/29/19
28 - Steve Davis, Never Came, 7/16/19
29 - Jackson Mets, 9/29/19

Midland Angels
1 - Eddie Rodriguez, Very Fortunate, 9/19/17
2 - Gary Ruby, Done Right, 9/18/17
3 - Steve DeAngelis, Best Shot, 9/14/17
4 - Ruben Amaro, Jr., The Gig, 10/3/17
5 - Kyle Abbott, Positive Nature, 10/4/17
6 - Mark Zappelli, His Goal, 9/23/17
7 - Mark Howie, Paced Himself, 9/16/17
8 - Scott Cerny, Took It, 9/23/17
9 - Jeff Barns, Multiple Positions, 9/17/17
10 - Mark Davis, His Confidence, 9/29/17
11 - Wiley Lee, Competitive Nature, 10/1/17
12 - Joe Grahe, His Ability, 9/16/17
13 - Mike Knapp, Pretty Good, 10/5/17
14 - Jim Aylward, Played Overseas, 4/7/15
15 - Mike Butcher, Tough SOB, 9/15/17
16 - Mark Holzemer, Hit Him, 9/21/17
17 - Carl Hamilton, Got Drafted, 9/26/17
18 - Glenn Carter, Held Out, 9/24/17
19 - Kevin Trudeau, Played Harder, 9/17/17
20 - Dan Wagner, Pull Even, 9/13/17
21 - Andy Hall, Position Change, 10/5/17
22 - Frank DiMichele, Made Of, 10/1/17
23 - Luis Merejo, Hard Tag, 9/24/17
24 - Kevin Flora, For Her, 9/30/17
25 - Scott Sowell, Career Highlight, 10/6/17
26 - Juice the Moose, Summer Favorite, 10/4/17
27 - Joshua Rodriguez, Future Pro, 10/6/17
28 - Monty Hoppel, Most Important, 10/7/17

Midwest League
1 - Kurt Abbott hit a home run in his second major league at bat; Saw nine ML seasons, 1/26/20
2 - Joe Andrzejewski pitched erratically at short-season in 1991; Played four seasons, never made AA, 1/16/20
3 - Jayson Best believed as a coach in practicing; Practiced as a pro for seven seasons, made AA, not bigs, 1/21/20
4 - Doug Bochtler showed determination as a player, then made the majors as both a player and a coach, 1/22/20
5 - Len Brutcher played five pro baseball seasons; Then played college basketball, 1/24/20
6 - John Byington hit on spot over seven pro seasons; Made AAA, not bigs, 2/3/20
7 - Scott Cepicky saw changes in his position and swing as he turned pro; Played six seasons, made AAA, 2/6/20
8 - Fred Cooley hit a double to help his short-season team to a win; Played four seasons, made AA, 3/6/20
9 - Steve Dunn like batting cleanup, batted in majors in 19 games over two seasons, 2/19/20
10 - Mike Eatinger gained new perspective after season lost to cancer; Played three pro campaigns, 2/12/20
11 - Rusty Kilgo pitched awfully well to start 1988 College World Series; Made AAA as a pro, 2/20/20
12 - Scott Kimball recorded a top ERA in college; Played two pro seasons, made single-A, 3/4/20
13 - Tim Laker learned how to hit, among other things; Made 11 ML seasons, Mitchell Report, 2/7/20
14 - Mark Lipson got recognized and played in college, pros; Played four seasons, made AA, 2/17/20
15 - Danny Matznick saw his career shortened by injury, then focused on his son, 2/24/20
16 - Henry Mercedes moved past language problems to make bigs over five seasons, 3/10/20
17 - Alan Newman still felt he could be an effective pitcher; Kept going, made majors Japan, 2/15/20
18 - Randy Snyder found his aggressiveness, then made AAA; Played seven seasons, never made bigs, 2/25/20
19 - Tommy Taylor threw no-hitter in summer ball, changed outlook; Played 15 pro seasons, topped out at AA, 2/29/20
20 - Lee Tinsley worked with Jim Rice to exit 1995 slump; Made bigs over five seasons, 3/7/20
21 - Rich Tunison played well in college, struggled in pros; Played five seasons, made AA, 2/27/20
22 - Bob Vancho got off to a poor start his first pro season; Saw three pro campaigns, 2/8/20
23 - Jerry Wolak went on a run at AAA Nashville in 1995; Played eight pro seasons, never saw bigs, 2/9/20
24 - Tyrone Woods could be dangerous at the plate; Later showed what he could do in Japan and Korea, 2/2/20
25 - John Zaksek had a perfect day in college, played three pro seasons, topped out at high-A, 2/26/20
26 - Bert Bradley used lessons he learned to briefly make bigs; He then used those lessons to coach others, 2/5/20
26 - Casey Parsons knew importance of situational hitting; Made bigs as player, managed in minors, 2/4/20
27 - Ramon Caraballo learned the language as he learned the game; Saw bigs in two seasons, 2/14/20
28 - Frank Carey helped Stanford to a title; Played three seasons as a pro, 2/22/20
29 - Pedro Castellano's first major league RBI came with some luck; Saw time in three big league seasons, 3/1/20
30 - Chad Curtis played in 10 ML seasons; He's now in prison for criminal sexual conduct related to three teenage girls, 2/8/20
31 - Damion Easley stayed healthy, showed what he could do; Played in 17 ML seasons, 2/15/20
32 - Luis Galindez pitched in 23rd inning of 1989 contest; Saw five pro seasons, made AA, 2/1/20
33 - Victor Garcia made spring 1992 with the Reds but abruptly left; Played five seasons, missed bigs, 3/3/20
34 - Chris Hancock played football and baseball in high school; Saw nine pro baseball seasons, none in bigs, 2/16/20
35 - Mike Hook tried to make the most of his opportunities, as starter and reliever; Saw seven seasons, not bigs, 2/13/20
36 - Joey James preferred to play in the field; Played three pro seasons, never made AA, 1/20/20
37 - Clyde Keller amassed experience and knowledge in baseball over four pro seasons, later as coach, 1/19/20
38 - Javy Lopez got a perfect pitch his rookie year; Saw major league pitches over 15 seasons, 2/11/20
39 - Chris Lutz pitched well in college, played three pro seasons; Never made AA, 2/23/20
40 - Fili Martinez finished a college shutout; Later hoped to finish by making bigs, never made it, 3/1/20
48 - Reggie Sanders expressed confidence as major league rookie; Saw 17 major league seasons, 1/30/20
49 - Mo Sanford showed toughness in his major league debut; Saw time in three ML seasons, 3/9/20
50 - Eddie Taubensee contributed in the majors over 11 seasons; Played with Reds over seven, 1/27/20
51 - Rob Taylor helped eliminate a team from playoff contention in rookie ball; Made AAA, not bigs, 1/29/20
52 - Matt Witkowski helped his short-season team in playoff run; Played eight seasons, made AAA, 3/2/20
53 - Robert Horowitz didn't want to be stuck in an office, then found athletic training, 1/17/20
53 - Tom Spencer spent a decade as a trainer in the minors; Later served as a trainer in the WNBA, 1/15/20
53 - Dave Miley's playing career ended with coaching offer; Later managed in bigs over three seasons, 1/14/20
53 - Terry Abbott pitched in the minors, later became a coach, scout and instructor, 1/13/20
54 - Matt Grott sharpened his breaking ball at AAA; Made bigs for two games, 2/28/20
55 - Darin Kracl played over four seasons, made AA; Later admitted $4.7 million securities fraud, 2/21/20
56 - Pedro Pena had brief outing with Southern Oregon in 1989; Played three pro seasons, 1/31/20
57 - Rafael Novoa jumped from single-A to bigs in single season; Saw one other big league campaign, 3/8/20
58 - Pedro Borbon worked hard to establish himself in bigs, then returned from injury to do it again, 2/10/20

San Antonio Missions
1 - John Shoemaker, The Goal, 11/3/18
2 - Burt Hooton, Next Game, 12/28/18
3 - Jon Debus, His Loyalty, 11/23/18
4 - Rob Gieseke, Wife Said, 11/24/18
5 - Rafael Bournigal, Money Earned, 11/5/18
6 - Jerry Brooks, Real Well, 10/27/18
7 - Adam Brown, Felt Invincible, 10/17/18
8 - Kevin Campbell, The Top, 11/2/18
9 - Ernie Carr, Dropped In, 11/26/18
10 - Braulio Castillo, So Hard, 11/17/18
11 - Dale Coleman, Relief Win, 12/16/18
12 - Steve Finken, Wasn't Ready, 12/19/18
13 - Tom Goodwin, Could Fly, 12/20/18
14 - Jeff Hartsock, Things Happened, 12/21/18
15 - Mike James, That Much, 12/22/18
16 - Eric Karros, Some Longevity, 12/15/18
17 - Isidro Marquez, Well-Pitched, 11/13/18
18 - Luis Martinez, Quick Learner, 11/7/18
19 - Dan Opperman, Hard Part, 12/23/18
20 - Mike Pitz, Threw Strikes, 12/25/18
21 - Jim Poole, Pumped Up, 12/29/18
22 - Eddie Pye, He Relaxed, 1/2/19
23 - Lance Rice, Helped Out, 10/20/18
24 - Henry Rodriguez, Big Opportunity, 12/29/18
25 - Homar Rojas, Man of Baseball, 11/19/18
26 - Zak Shinall, Consistent Basis, 12/30/18
27 - Dennis Springer, Being Different, 11/25/18
28 - Amilcar Valdez, The Difference, 12/31/18
29 - Mike White, Weird Experience, 12/27/18
30 - James Wray, Pitched Aggressively, 1/1/19

South Bend White Sox
1 - Len Brutcher, Something New, 10/24/18
2 - Scott Cepicky, Change Over, 10/14/18
3 - Mike Eatinger, Different Ballplayer, 11/1/18
4 - Tom Forrester, In Style, 10/6/18
5 - John Hairston, First Game, 10/16/18
6 - Jeff Ingram, Big Hit, 10/29/18
7 - Earnie Johnson, Came Through, 10/12/18
8 - Scott Johnson, Award Winning, 10/17/18
9 - Rich Long, Good Fastball, 10/22/18
10 - Danny Matznick, About Him, 10/28/18
11 - Mike Mitchener, Uncharted Waters, 10/18/18
12 - Mike Mongiello, Like This, 10/8/18
13 - Ron Plemmons, His Rhythm, 10/23/18
14 - Jorge Ramos, Live Up, 10/27/18
15 - Johnny Ruffin, Another Year, 10/14/18
16 - Steve Schrenk, Big Shoes, 10/7/18
17 - Scott Stevens, Good Record, 11/2/18
18 - Leo Tejada, Big Night, 10/20/18
19 - Dave Van Winkle, Pro Prospect, 10/10/18
20 - Dennis Walker, Two Seasons, 10/26/18
21 - Jerry Wolak, Equaled Output, 10/12/18
22 - John Zaksek, Perfect Day, 10/15/18
23 - Frank Campos, Late Innings, 10/29/18
24 - Greg Kobza, Not Easy, 10/21/18
25 - Joe Singley, Have To, 11/4/18
26 - Craig Teter, Hot Month, 10/3/18
27 - Rick Patterson, Old Ballplayer, 11/3/18
28 - Kirk Champion, Role Changes, 10/25/18
29 - Jim Reinebold, Disciplinarian Coach, 11/5/18
30 - Mike Barnett, Disguised Blessing, 10/13/18

Texas League
8 - Henry Rodriguez wanted an opportunity, then took it to 11 major league seasons, 4/9/20
9 - Dee Dixon legged out a hit at AA in 1987; Played five pro seasons, never made AAA, 4/22/20
10 - Jesus Alfaro turned popular player over five seasons at AA El Paso; Played decade-plus, never made bigs, 3/30/20
11 - Jeff Barns played multiple positions at AA Midland; Saw eight pro seasons, made AAA, 4/11/20
12 - Ricky Bones used luck and opportunity over his 11-season major league career; Now ML coach, 3/28/20
13 - Jeremy Hernandez moved from starting to relief and then made the bigs over five seasons, 3/30/20
14 - Mike James took his pitching - and surfer personality - to the majors over seven seasons, 3/28/20
15 - Dennis Springer made the bigs in his ninth pro season; Then took no-hitter into sixth in second ML start, 4/28/20
16 - Kevin Campbell threw six one-hit innings in unexpected A's start; Saw five ML campaigns, 5/1/20
17 - Chris George proved tough, competitive on mound; His ML career consisted of two outings, 3/12/20
18 - Dave Huppert cared about reaching the playoffs over three decades as minors manager, 4/1/20
19 - Rob Giesecke served as a minors trainer for the Dodgers, then found a home in Vero Beach, 4/26/20
20 - Rob Maurer expressed frustration in first pro season, then made bigs over 21 games, 5/21/20
21 - Rudy Hernandez learned much over three decades playing, coaching; Is Twins 2020 hitting coach, 4/24/20
22 - Dave Patterson had two home run game at AAA with instructor help; Didn't make it higher, 4/15/20
23 - Andres Santana hit an inside-the-park home run at AAA in 1991; Made bigs for six games, 3/29/20
24 - Steve Decker made the bigs, then made it his goal to stay; Saw time in bigs over seven seasons, 4/16/20
25 - Bill Haselman stepped up to catch knuckleball; Saw 13 ML seasons, later became coach, 3/11/20
26 - Kevin Belcher instructed AA team on unwritten baseball rule; Saw 16 major league games, 5/23/20
27 - Ted Wood added strength in the minors, enough to make the bigs over three seasons, 4/6/20
28 - Terry McDaniel just tried to produce; Saw 23 games with the Mets in 1991, 4/2/20
29 - Dan Rohrmeier got paid to play a kid's game; Played 16 seasons, saw seven major league games, 6/5/20
30 - Joe Hall made the White Sox, and started well; Then jumped into wall on play, tore hamstring, 6/6/20
31 - Anthony Young lost 27 straight decisions; The way he looked at it, it made him better, 6/12/20
32 - Terry Bross set save mark at AA Jackson, later saw majors and Japan, then became agent, 4/17/20
33 - Pete Schourek learned enough to see the majors over 11 seasons, take second in 1995 NL Cy Young, 4/17/20
34 - Dave Osteen followed his father to the pros as a pitcher; Made AAA, but not the bigs, 4/3/20
35 - Jim Pena experienced the life. He made the majors; Saw 25 ML appearances, 4/12/20
36 - Steve Allen looked to be consistent, healthy; Made AAA, not bigs, 4/5/20
37 - Bill Evers watched over players like Derek Jeter in minors; Later made bigs himself as coach, 6/13/20

Team Issue
Southern League
1 - Tony Brown, Hit Hard, 7/13/19
2 - Jeff Conine, Ground Floor, 7/4/19
3 - Will Magallanes, From Injury, 7/9/19
4 - Mike Maksudian, Those Guys, 7/5/19
5 - Brian McRae, Relaxed and Confident, 7/7/19
6 - Kenny Morgan, Real Pop, 7/20/19
7 - Jorge Pedre, Pretty Consistent, 7/8/19
8 - Stan Royer, Different Feeling, 7/24/19
9 - Matt Stark, Positive Attitude, 7/26/19
10 - William Suero, Been Tattooing, 7/10/19
11 - Frank Thomas, Dimension of Power, 7/15/19
12 - Lenny Webster, Tough Decision, 7/12/19
13 - Eddie Zosky, Confidence Builder, 7/16/19
14 - Scott Centala, Could Throw, 7/21/19
15 - Steve Chitren, Drove Him, 8/19/19
16 - Greg Johnson, Called On, 7/3/19
17 - Carlos Maldonado, Fifth Outing, 7/22/19
18 - Will Schock, His Passion, 8/3/19
19 - Doug Simons, As Excited, 8/25/19
20 - Woody Williams, Good Time, 8/23/19
21 - Rob Wishnevski, Every Day, 8/21/19
22 - Mike Bell, New Opportunity, 9/14/19
23 - Adam Casillas, Most Unselfish, 9/18/19
24 - Greg Colbrunn, Was Himself, 8/27/19
25 - Benny Colvard, His Role, 9/16/19
26 - Wil Cordero, Athletic Ability, 9/1/19
27 - Tony Eusebio, Hit Anything, 8/29/19
28 - Jeff Forney, Skills Learned, 8/20/19
29 - Luis Gonzalez, One Hit, 8/22/19
30 - Terrel Hansen, Wrong Time, 8/24/19
31 - Brian Hunter, Hit it Hard, 8/26/19
32 - Andy Mota, More Confident, 9/17/19
33 - Tom Redington, Next Year, 9/15/19
34 - Chico Walker, Playing Time, 9/14/19
35 - Doug Banning, Second Run, 8/31/19
36 - Brian Barnes, Had Heart, 9/2/19
37 - Kent Bottenfield, Tough Insides, 8/14/19
38 - John Kilner, More Consistent, 7/19/19
39 - Gino Minutelli, Found It, 7/18/19
40 - Heathcliff Slocumb, Next Level, 8/18/19
41 - Fernando Zarranz, Contending Talent, 8/10/19
42 - Mike Bell, New Opportunity, 8/11/19
43 - Jeff Conine, Ground Floor, 8/4/19
44 - Frank Thomas, Dimension of Power, 8/5/19
45 - Andy Mota, More Confident, 8/6/19
46 - Frank Thomas, Dimension of Power, 8/15/19
46 - Jeff Conine, Ground Floor, 8/16/19
47 - Eddie Zosky, Confidence Builder, 8/17/19
47 - Mike Bell, New Opportunity, 8/18/19
48 - Ken Berry, Eventual Goal, 8/12/19
48 - Buddy Bailey, One More, 8/13/19
49 - Rick Sweet, That Mentality, 8/7/19
49 - Ron Gardenhire, Certain Way, 8/8/19
49 - Jeff Cox, More Practice, 8/9/19
49 - Jim Tracy, His Steadiness, 8/10/19
50 - Jimmy Bragan, Greatest Game, 8/11/19
50 - Harmon Killebrew, Some Shots, 8/12/19
50 - Cal Ermer, So Much, 8/13/19

Appleton Foxes
1 - Appleton Foxes, 5/18/14
2 - Brian Ahern, Broken Bat, 4/6/19
3 - Francisco Baez, Sterling Night, 4/10/19
4 - Kirk Baldwin, First Outing, 4/12/19
5 - Joe Breeden, Most Important, 4/16/19
6 - Gary Caraballo, Very Strong, 4/20/19
7 - John Conner, More Confidence, 4/21/19
8 - Francisco Garcia, Lead Off, 4/8/19
9 - John Gilcrist, Tried Everything, 4/13/19
10 - Grant Griesser, Some Tools, 4/23/19
11 - John Gross, Eluded Him, 4/22/19
12 - Arned Hernandez, Home Run, 4/9/19
13 - Jake Jacobs, First Start, 4/24/19
14 - Mike Jirschele, That Uniform, 4/25/19
15 - Matt Karchner, Own Luck, 4/26/19
16 - David King, Get Started, 4/27/19
17 - Herb Milton, Youth Coach, 4/29/19
18 - Geovany Miranda, No Rest, 4/22/19
19 - Kerwin Moore, Away From Home, 5/3/19
20 - Andre Rabouin, Part Of, 5/4/19
21 - Fred Russell, Hitting Now, 4/17/19
22 - Colin Ryan, Baseball Mind, 4/18/19
23 - Chris Schaefer, Everybody's Goal, 5/5/19
24 - Steve Shifflett, Hard Game, 4/14/19
25 - David Solseth, Could Hit, 4/15/19
26 - Rod Stillwell, To Instill, 5/6/19
27 - Louis Talbert, Finished Early, 4/11/19
28 - Rich Tunison, Toughest Thing, 5/7/19
29 - Pedro Vazquez, Career High, 4/7/19
30 - Skip Wiley, Phenomenal Ratio, 5/8/19

Bellingham Mariners
1 - Sean Twitty, Closest Friends, 10/14/17
2 - Rich Lodding, Physical Effort, 10/15/17
3 - Ruben Santana, Little Things, 10/10/17
4 - Rick Green, Home Run, 10/9/17
5 - Doug Tegtmeier, Summer Title, 10/16/17
6 - Dave Adam, His Spots, 10/16/17
7 - Jim Converse, First Win, 11/7/17
8 - Doug Fitzer, That Coaching, 10/17/17
9 - Jim Magill, All Around, 10/18/17
10 - Rob Callistro, His Faith, 10/19/17
11 - John Cummings, Learned To, 11/5/17
12 - John Hoffman, Second Generation, 11/8/17
13 - Greg Hunter, Enjoyed It, 10/20/17
14 - Kevin King, Good Game, 11/10/17
15 - Clay Klavitter, Mentally Ready, 11/5/17
16 - Matt Kluge, Strong Defense, 10/26/17
17 - Tony Kounas, His Chance, 11/12/17
18 - Bobby Magallanes, No Joke, 10/8/17
19 - Dave McDonald, Nice Job, 11/14/17
19 - Myron Pines, Unique Situation, 11/1/17
20 - Fred McNair, Good Bat, 10/25/17
21 - Lipso Nava, Kept Learning, 11/11/17
22 - Rob Nichols, Fired Up, 10/22/17
23 - Glen Raasch, College Prospect, 10/20/17
24 - Randy Rivera, Could Go, 10/15/17
25 - Willie Romay, Their Projection, 11/6/17
26 - Brian Stephens, Extra Concentration, 10/28/17
27 - James Terrell, Pretty Fun, 10/28/17
28 - Willie Wilder, His Dedication, 10/9/17
29 - Willie Wilkerson, Home State, 10/21/17
30 - Tyler Williams, Six Innings, 10/27/17
31 - Kevin Yianacopolus, Highest Ability, 11/15/17
32 - Todd Youngblood, Bulldog Type, 10/21/17
33 - Kyle Duke, Top Prospect, 10/23/17
34 - P.J. Carey, His Time, 10/29/17
35 - Spyder Webb, His Name, 11/2/17
35 - Gary Wheelock, Further Development, 10/30/17
36 - Bill Tucker, True Passion, 11/13/17
37 - Jerry Walker, Eclipsed Perspective, 11/4/17


Bend Bucks
1 - Bucky, Next Chicken, 1/4/18
2 - Gene Dusan, Something Different, 12/29/17
3 - Sean Krokroskia, Top Competitor, 12/25/17
4 - Mickey Hyde, In Play, 12/24/17
5 - Marty Hunter, His Approach, 12/21/17
6 - Kelly Ahrens, Family Decision, 12/28/17
7 - Bonell Chevalier, Improved Confidence, 12/26/17
8 - Mike Bubalo, Unique Perspective, 1/7/18
9 - Lonnie Potter, Playoff Win, 1/9/18
10 - Joe Klonoski, Praise Heaped, 12/19/17
11 - Bob Blankenship, Unusual Situation, 12/30/17
12 - Dan Henrikson, In Command, 12/23/17
13 - Jose Reyes, Starting Adjustment, 12/27/17
14 - Todd Russell, Good Stuff, 12/18/17
15 - Russ Miller, Hurt Him, 1/14/18
16 - Darrell Wagner, Unexpected Curves, 1/1/18
17 - Glenn McCormick, Early Success, 1/3/18
18 - Steve Avent, Game Winner, 1/10/18
19 - Chuck Wanke, That Doubt, 12/22/17
20 - Dan Varnell, Came Through, 12/29/17
21 - Doug Twitty, Prepared To, 1/13/18
22 - Lee Sammons, Played Ball, 1/11/18
23 - Mario Lyons, Picked Off, 1/13/17
24 - Amner Reyes, Let Him, 12/31/17
25 - Pedro Frias, Learned From, 12/20/17
26 - Gary Ross, In There, 12/17/17
27 - Pedro Roa, Run Scored, 1/8/18
28 - Shannon Hunt, Many Levels, 1/2/18
29 - Audy Mesa, His Tools, 1/12/18
30 - Jim Gibbs, Like This, 12/18/17
31 - Matt Russell/Jason Lundgren, Bat Boys, 1/14/18


Buffalo Bisons
1 - Moises Alou knew about body English, as a hitter and in the field, 11/8/19
2 - Dann Bilardello's first major league home run came off Tom Seaver, 10/24/19
3 - Jackie Brown described himself as a slow worker, 11/3/19
4 - Kevin Burdeck suffered a broken nose in the dugout at AAA, 10/21/19
5 - Steve Carter hit a home run in his sixth major league game, 10/17/19
6 - Wes Chamberlain had fun and played hard over six major league seasons, 10/26/19
7 - Terry Collins has spent his life in baseball, three stints as major league manager. 11/6/19
8 - Steve Henderson concentrated on pitches that made him look bad, 11/4/19
9 - Mark Huismann had car troubles - on his way to his big league debut, 11/3/19
10 - Hugh Kemp showed competitiveness in college, 10/29/19
11 - Steve Kiefer came back from life-threatening bar assault to return to bigs, 10/28/19
12 - Randy Kramer felt comfortable with the Pirates in May 1990, 11/11/19
13 - Carlos Ledezma first served as trainer in minors, then clubhouse manager in bigs, 11/8/19
14 - Scott Little took the chances as they came, 10/22/19
15 - Roger Mason returned from shoulder surgery to play in five more big league seasons, 11/13/19
16 - Orlando Merced played through injury for early shot at playoffs, 10/19/19
17 - Armando Moreno got called up to the bigs for one game in 1990, 10/25/19
18 - Vincente Palacios saw time in eight big league campaigns spanning 14 seasons, 11/10/19
19 - Tom Prince took a clean hit as a Dodgers catcher in 1995, 10/24/19
20 - Jeff Richardson looked out for his family; Played in three major league seasons, 11/5/19
21 - Mike Roesler showed nasty stuff with the Reds, 10/28/19
22 - Mark Ross' expectations raised in 1990, 11/7/19
23 - Mark Ryal stayed ready over six major league seasons, 11/9/19
24 - Danny Sheaffer worked to take advantage of his opportunities, 10/26/19
25 - Tommy Shields made the bigs, then knew he had to prove himself, 11/1/19
26 - Dorn Taylor waited until his sixth pro season to make the majors, 10/20/19
27 - Mike York dried out, swore off alcohol and made the majors, 10/30/19

Charlotte Knights
1 - Lance Dickson felt, even as a first-round pick, he had to earn the majors; He saw bigs over three starts, 2/9/21
2 - Phil Hannon showed persistence, got pro contract; Saw five seasons, made AA, later coached, 3/12/21
3 - Dick Canan made AAA, felt no butterflies in debut; Saw eight pro seasons, never made bigs, 3/5/21
4 - Darrin Duffy proved capable over seven pro seasons; Made AAA, missed bigs, 3/6/21
5 - Alex Arias got his ring with the Marlins, saw 11 major league seasons; Started on train in Bronx, 2/10/21
6 - Heathcliff Slocumb believed everything happened for reason, even worst things; Played decade in bigs, 2/11/21
7 - Chico Walker knew playing time made a difference; Saw time in 11 ML seasons, 2/12/21
8 - John Posey took chance to impress scouts in high school; Saw five-season pro career, made AAA, 2/27/21
9 - John Stefero signed with his hometown team, then hit back-to-back game-winners, 2/23/21
10 - Butch Garcia hit well early in minors for Indians; Played across eight seasons, made AAA, 2/26/21
11 - Glenn Sullivan played pro baseball and college football; Made AAA in pro baseball, not bigs, 2/13/21
12 - Fernando Zarranz proved a solid starter and reliever over seven pro seasons; Made AAA, not bigs, 2/14/21
13 - Bill Kazmierczak threw two no-hitters in 1988, almost threw third; Then shoulder problems hit, 2/17/21
14 - Ty Griffin knew importance of a degree, even as first-rounder; Played nine seasons, made AA, then finished school, 2/20/21
15 - Ray Mullino watched one of his players get drafted, years earlier, he was the one being drafted; Played five seasons, 2/15/21
16 - Jay Loviglio assessed talent over long minors coaching career; Saw bigs as player, 3/5/21
17 - Brett Robinson impressed in pro debut season; Later made AA, missed bigs, 3/12/21
18 - Chuck Mount worked to be consistent over six pro seasons; Made AAA, 2/26/21
19 - Tommy Helms both played and coached in  majors with Pete Rose; In 1989, he took over after Rose's ban, 2/26/21
20 - Frank Castillo pitched well early in bigs, kept it up well enough over 13 ML seasons; Passed in 2013 accident, 3/8/21
21 - Rusty Crockett got hit off Clemens in college exhibition; Played six pro seasons, made AA, 3/5/21
22 - Rick Wilkins saw time in 11 major league seasons, but none like 1993 with Cubs, 3/10/21
23 - Richie Grayum really learned the game in college, then played six pro seasons; Passed in 2020, 3/1/21
24 - Bob Grimes used his training experience over three decades in minors, 3/4/21
25 - Rick Kranitz has gained knowledge, experience over four decades in game, as ML coach, 2/8/21

Clinton Giants
U1 - Mate Borgogno, Every Day, 7/21/17
U2 - Courtney Davis, Ample Opportunity, 7/26/17
U3 - Scott Ebert, Too Fierce, 7/6/17
U4 - Dan Flanagan, Two Scoreless, 7/27/17
U5 - Mike Grahovac, Unbelievable Feeling, 7/30/17
U6 - Rick Huisman, Own Memories, 7/7/17
U7 - James Huslig, Throw Strikes, 8/1/17
U8 - Pete Weber, Bright Spot, 8/2/17
U9 - Fred Whatley, Strikeout Performance, 7/7/17
U10 - Jason Young, Stolen Bases, 7/10/17
U11 - Clinton Giants All-Stars, 8/2/17
U12 - Checklist, 8/2/17

Columbia Mets
1-1 - Bill Stein knew his role over 14 big league seasons; Later took role as minors manager, 12/26/19
1-2 - Alberto Castillo's hard work paid off with time in 12 major league campaigns, 12/27/19
1-3 - Joe Vitko had to wait until after the AA playoffs to get his first and only ML call, 12/21/19
1-4 - Reid Hartmann's dad left coaching at one school to coach his son; The son made the pros over three seasons, 12/29/19
1-5  - Joe McCann broke out of a pitching slump at Columbia in 1990; Played five pro seasons, never made AA, 12/15/19
1-6 - Tim Howard made it to AAA, then he went to Taiwan; He never made the bigs, 12/30/19
1-7 - Gregg Langbehn pitched relaxed in 1991 at high-A; Pitched in eight pro seasons, not in bigs, 12/31/19
2-1 - Deron Sample hit home runs in college, tried to prevent them as a pro; Played seven seasons, never made AA, 12/16/19
2-2 - Kevin Carroll had a good baseball background; Played five pro seasons, later coached, 1/1/20
2-3 - Julian Vasquez put up good numbers at high-A in 1991; Made AAA, but not the bigs, 1/3/20
2-5 - Brian Davis had a good night at high-A in May 1991; Played five pro seasons, 1/4/20
2-6 - Tito Navarro's first major league hit came when it mattered - his only major league hit, 12/20/19
3-1 - Art Emm pitched well in rookie ball, but didn't want to stay there; Pitched in three pro seasons, 12/19/19
3-3 - Ryan Richmond caught the eye of scouts in high school; Played four pro seasons, never made AA, 1/5/20
3-4 - Mark Thomas toughed it out his first year to play five pro seasons; Never made AA, 1/2/20
3-5 - Chris Dorn delivered in relief at high-A St. Lucie in 1991; Played in six pro seasons, briefly made AAA, 12/14/19
3-6 - Nick Davis opened his pro career with  a run-scoring hit; Played four pro seasons, 12/17/19
3-7 - Tim McClinton played football and baseball in high school; Played pro baseball f/or five seasons, 1/6/20
4-1 - Dave Telgheder threw a no-hitter for Mets at AAA; Later played in six ML seasons, 1/7/20
4-2 - Jarrod Parker played four pro seasons Later called on community leaders to find solutions to violence, 1/9/20
4-3 - Pat Howell played in 18 pro seasons; Made the bigs for 31 games in 1992, 12/18/19
4-4 - Brook Fordyce's confidence turned in one year, then made bigs over a decade, 1/8/20
4-5 - James Harris got base hits over pro career that spanned 10 seasons; Never made AA, 1/10/20
4-6 - Jack Fisher gave up Ted Williams' last home run, Maris' 60th, Shea's first; Later coached, 12/25/19

Columbus Clippers

Louisville Redbirds
1 - Dominic Latkovski, Billy Bird, 9/5/17
2 - Bernard Gilkey, In The Lineup, 8/29/17
3 - Gaylen Pitts, Around Long, 8/20/17
4 - Mark Riggins, Teaching Pitching, 9/5/17
5 - Gibson Alba, Some Help, 8/24/17
6 - Luis Alicea, Two Jobs, 9/10/17
7 - Scott Arnold, Power Pitcher, 9/9/17
8 - Rod Brewer, Best Thing, 8/25/17
9 - Ernie Camacho, Arm Injury, 8/17/17
10 - Cris Carpenter, Other Pitches, 8/22/17
11 - Stan Clarke, Finest Win, 9/8/17
12 - Rheal Cormier, Extra Valuable, 9/8/17
14 - Todd Crosby, Two Choices, 8/28/17
15 - Bien Figueroa, Stayed Healthy, 8/18/17
16 - Terry Francona, Worked Hard, 8/26/17
17 - Ed Fulton, Confidence Built, 8/26/17
18 - Bernard Gilkey, In The Lineup, 8/29/17
19 - Ken Hill, Emerging Talent, 8/29/17
20 - Howard Hilton, Legitimate Chance, 8/24/17
21 - Mike Hinkle, College Honor, 9/4/17
22 - Dale Kisten, Ran Out, 8/28/17
23 - Ray Lankford, Some Kind, 8/27/17
24 - Lonnie Maclin, Got On, 8/27/17
25 - Julian Martinez, Old Friend, 8/21/17
26 - Greg Mathews, Unexpected Start, 9/9/17
27 - Jesus Mendez, Venezuelan Nuggets, 8/17/17
28 - Scott Nichols, Scouting Rasmus, 8/16/17
29 - Tom Niedenfuer, Looking Back, 8/27/17
30 - Mauricio Nunez, Playing Ball, 9/4/17
31 - Omar Olivares, Not His Style, 8/31/17
32 - Dave Osteen, Experience and Knowledge, 9/6/17
33 - Geronimo Pena, Youth Movement, 8/26/17
34 - Mike Perez, Supervised Return, 8/22/17
35 - Dave Richardson, Hard-Nosed, 8/31/17
36 - Stan Royer, Different Feeling, 9/7/17
37 - Tim Sherrill, Fishing and Baseball, 8/19/17
38 - Roy Silver, Most Impressed, 9/7/17
39 - Ray Stephens, Up in the Air, 8/21/17
40 - Bob Tewksbury, Pitched Again, 8/25/17
41 - Steve Trout, Improved Greatly, 8/20/17
42 - Craig Wilson, Be Consistent, 9/6/17

Midland Angels
1 - Eddie Rodriguez, Very Fortunate, 4/19/18
2 - Dave Sturdivant, Three Runners, 4/20/18
3 - Dave Martinez, Second Game, 4/21/18
4 - Reed Peters, Very Difficult, 4/22/18
5 - Don Vidmar, To Work, 4/26/18
6 - Mark Zappelli, His Goal, 4/25/18
7 - Gary Ruby, Done Right, 4/24/18
8 - Scott Sowell, Career Highlight, 4/26/18
9 - Mark Doran, Didn't Happen, 4/23/18
10 - Mike Hook, Every Time, 4/28/18
11 - Mike Erb, Surfer Image, 4/27/18
12 - Doug Davis, Break Given, 4/28/18
13 - Robert Moore, Best Arm, 4/29/18
14 - Tim Meeks, Fine Pitching, 4/29/18
15 - Ruben Amaro, Jr., The Gig, 4/30/18
16 - Jim Aylward, Played Overseas, 5/1/18
17 - Mike Knapp, Pretty Good, 5/2/18
18 - Kyle Abbott, Positive Nature, 5/3/18
19 - Glenn Carter, Held Out, 5/4/18
20 - Carl Hamilton, Got Drafted, 5/5/18
21 - Mike Butcher, Tough SOB, 5/6/18
22 - Mark Davis, His Confidence, 5/7/18
23 - Kevin Flora, For Her, 5/8/18
24 - Jeff Barns, Multiple Positions, 5/10/18
25 - Mark Howie, Paced Himself, 5/9/18
26 - Frank DiMichele, Made Of, 5/19/18
27 - Steve DeAngelis, Best Shot, 5/11/18
28 - Kevin Trudeau, Played Harder, 5/12/18
29 - Scott Cerny, Took It, 5/13/18
30 - Mark Holzemer, Hit Him, 5/14/18
31 - Wiley Lee, Competitive Nature, 5/16/18
32 - Luis Aguayo, Thinking About, 5/13/18
33 - Joe Grahe, His Ability, 5/15/18
34 - Brandy Vann, Just Pitch, 5/17/18
35 - Andy Hall, Position Change, 5/18/18

Modesto Athletics
1 - Dean Borelli, Many Stories, 10/9/19
2 - John Briscoe, Last Few, 9/21/19
3 - Jim Buccheri, Grew Confidence, 10/11/19
4 - Tom Carcione, Extraordinary Experience, 10/4/19
5 - Joel Chimelis, Watched Over, 10/1/19
6 - Mike Conte, Dual Role, 9/20/19
7 - Russ Cormier, Winning Streak, 9/25/19
8 - Rod Correia, Picked Up, 9/29/19
9 - Scott Erwin, Complete Games, 10/15/19
10 - Apolinar Garcia,  Felt Comfortable, 10/7/19
11 - Matt Grott, Two Games, 9/8/19
12 - Johnny Guzman, Saw Enough, 9/24/19
13 - Brett Hendley, College Hits, 10/11/19
14 - Dave Hollenback, Extra Duties, 10/12/19
15 - Dwayne Hosey, Always Looked, 9/27/19
16 - Mike Kennedy, Elon Product, 9/21/19
17 - Ruben Lardizabal, Three Seasons, 9/22/19
18 - Will Love, Grand Slam, 10/13/19
19 - Francisco Matos, Track Record, 9/23/19
20 - Tim McCoy, Walked Few, 10/10/19
21 - Mike Messerly, Hit Baseballs, 10/1/19
22 - Craig Paquette, Expressed Thanks, 10/3/19
23 - Bob Parry, Four Seasons, 10/5/19
24 - Bronswell Patrick, Nerve-Wracking, 10/14/19
25 - Steve Peck, Talent Evaluater, 10/2/19
26 - Pedro Pena, Brief Outing, 9/28/19
27 - Scott Shockey, Much Desire, 9/25/19
28 - Todd Smith, Tying Run, 10/6/19
29 - Rick Strebeck, Position Change, 9/23/19
30 - Darryl Vice, Hit Hard, 9/26/19
31 - Jim Waggoner, Tie Broken, 9/22/19
32 - Ron Witmeyer, What Happens, 9/19/19
33 - Ted Kubiak, Utility Player, 10/16/19
34 - Pete Richert, Pivotal Play, 9/30/19
35 - Modesto A's, 3/5/14

Pawtucket Red Sox
1 - Ed Nottle, Lifetime Busher, 10/21/17
2 - Mark Meleski, Season Openers, 10/22/17
3 - Lee Stange, Stayed Within, 10/23/17
4 - Pete Youngman, Track Record, 10/24/17
5 - Julius McDougal, Dazzilngly Paisley, 10/24/17
6 - Larry Shikles, Different Pitches, 10/16/17
7 - Angel Gonzalez, Filled Out, 10/17/17
8 - Phil Plantier, Something Else, 10/18/17
9 - Tom Bolton, Know That, 10/19/17
10 - Jeff Stone, That Job, 10/20/17
11 - Tim Naehring, Harsh Game, 10/12/17
12 - John Flaherty, Show Them, 10/13/17
13 - Mike Dalton, Excellent Control, 10/14/17
14 - John Leister, Childhood Dream, 10/14/17
15 - Joe Johnson, Not Nervous, 10/15/17
16 - Mickey Pina, Studied the Game, 10/1/17
17 - Mike Rochford, Good Stuff, 10/2/17
18 - Jeff Gray, Breakout Season, 10/2/17
19 - Scott Cooper, Can Do, 10/3/17
20 - Tito Stewart, Great Experience, 10/4/17
21 - Rick Lancellotti, Worth It, 10/5/17
22 - Steven Bast, His Dream, 10/6/17
23 - Daryl Irvine, Sometimes Overthrew, 10/7/17
24 - Gary Tremblay, Blocked Them, 10/8/17
25 - Scott Wade, Kept Doing It, 10/9/17
26 - Jim Pankovits, This Is Fun, 10/10/17
27 - Steve Curry, Best Job, 10/11/17
28 - Eric Hetzel, Go Pitch, 10/14/17
29 - Mo Vaughn, For Miles, 10/11/17
30 - John Trautwein, Competitor In Him, 10/12/17

Peoria Chiefs
1 - Earl Cunningham tried to do the best he could, 11/24/19
2 - Shawn Boskie relaxed, threw a complete game in his major league debut, 12/6/19
3 - John Y. Baker became Peoria Chiefs GM three years removed from a AAA internship, 11/3/19
3 - Norm Jenkins returned to his alma mater after Peoria and made career there, 11/4/19
3 - Mike Nelson worked hard to run his own club, 11/4/19
3 - Ralph Rashid joined the Peoria Chiefs having already had a full lifetime of experiences, 11/5/19
3 - Jeff Reeser grew up 50 miles from Peoria, then became Peoria's assistant GM, 11/6/19
5 - Bill Paynter looked forward to his third pro season, 10/24/19
6 - Rick Mundy gained confidence his first pro season, 10/25/19
7 - Kraig Washington came from a line of pro athletes, 12/5/19
8 - Pedro Castellano's first major league RBI came with some luck, 11/22/19
9 - Earl Cunningham tried to do the best he could, 12/5/19
9 - Pedro Castellano's first major league RBI came with some luck, 12/4/19
10 - Curley 'Boo' Johnson played basketball for the Harlem Globetrotters, 11/19/19
11 - Matt Franco took advice from his uncle - former minor leaguer Kurt Russell, 11/29/19
12 - Bill St. Peter went from pro baseball to pro fishing, 11/25/19
13 - Woody Smith later gave advice to his cousin on life in the minors, 11/27/19
14 - Paul Torres showed his value over 14 minors seasons, 11/3/19
15 - Victor Cancel helped spark a rally in a 1991 game, 11/10/19
16 - Chris Ebright hit a game-winner at AA in 1993, one of his final games, 11/26/19
17 - Rene Francisco played two seasons, then turned scout, Royals assistant GM, 11/8/19
19 - Jason Doss almost hit the ceiling when drafted out of high school, 11/15/19
20 - Shawn Boskie relaxed, threw a complete game in his major league debut, 10/27/19
20 - Mike Harkey learned from injury, then played seven more big league campaigns, 10/29/19
20 - Jeff Hirsch gained some attention with a spring training pitch, 10/27/19
20 - Greg Maddux drew early comparisons to all-timers, then became one himself, 11/2/19
20 - Jeff Pico threw a shutout in his major league debut, 10/30/19
21 - Jay Eddings didn't sign out of high school, later signed others as scout, 11/2/19
22 - Jac Gelb hoped to replicate his first minors season in his second, 11/9/19
24 - Eric Jaques impressed in high school, played four seasons as a pro, 10/26/19
25 - Chris Lutz pitched well in college, played three pro seasons, 11/30/19
26 - Ray Mullino watched one of his players get drafted years after he was drafted himself, 11/7/19
28 - Dave Swartzbaugh received support from his AAA pitching coach, then returned to bigs, 12/3/19
29 - Travis Willis initially hated relief, then it grew on him, 12/2/19
30 - Mark Young played two seasons as a pro, 17 as an amateur, 11/27/19
31 - Greg Mahlberg knew he'd get quality players at San Bernardino, 10/23/19
32 - Lester Strode spent more than three decades with the Cubs organization, 11/28/19
33 - Jim O'Reilly gained experience as a trainer in college and the NFL, 11/23/19
34 - Bill Harford helped build the Cubs as farm director and later built teams as a scout, 11/14/19
35 - Richie Zisk played in 13 major league seasons, then coached, 12/4/19
36 - Sully's Pub in Peoria had its share of sports memorabilia, sponsored Peoria Chiefs' team set, 11/25/19
37 - Joseph Bosco wrote books about the 1988 Peoria Chiefs season and 1995 O.J. Simpson trial, 11/26/19
U1 - Lance Dickson felt, even as a first-round pick, he had to earn the majors, 11/26/19
U2 - Jim Robinson first scouted Clay Buchholtz, then cheered him, 11/6/19
U3 - Damon Berryhill hoped to answer questions with the Braves, 11/23/19
U4 - Matt Walbeck showed he could play over 11 major league seasons, 11/7/19

Richmond Braves 
1 - Jim Beauchamp, Hard Work, 9/25/17
2 - Sonny Jackson, Young Players, 9/29/17
3 - Leo Mazzone, Famed Rock, 9/29/17
4 - Rick Berg, Both Brief, 9/24/17
5 - Johnny Grubb, Done Everything, 9/26/17
6 - Steve Avery, Gutsy Guy, 9/27/17
7 - Ken Dowell, Weak Bat, 9/27/17
8 - Ed Whited, Good Athlete, 9/23/17
9 - Jimmy Kremers, Late Switch, 9/21/17
10 - Rusty Richards, Hometown Pitcher, 9/20/17
11 - Dennis Hood, Just Unreal, 9/30/17
12 - Bill Laskey, Settled Down, 9/3/17
13 - John Mizerock, Big Hit, 9/30/17
14 - Brian Snyder, Going to Work, 9/22/17
15 - Sam Ayoub, No Better, 9/22/17
16 - Andy Nezelek, Fall Back, 9/10/17
17 - Ed Olwine, New Pitcher, 9/2/17
18 - Dale Polley, Got There, 9/11/17
19 - Geronimo Berroa, Swung Hard, 9/12/17
20 - Bruce Crabbe, Not Kidding, 9/12/17
21 - Richmond Braves, 10/31/12
22 - Brian Hunter, Hit it Hard, 9/14/17
23 - Tommy Greene, Country Hardball, 9/15/17
24 - Rick Luecken, His Role, 9/3/17
25 - Barry Jones, Long Shot, 9/13/17
26 - Paul Marak, Pumped Up, 9/2/17
27 - Francisco Cabrera, Braves Hero, 9/16/17
28 - Dave Justice, Six Series, 9/17/17
29 - Kent Mercker, New Lease, 9/18/17
30 - Drew Denson, Extra Homers, 9/19/17

Rockford Expos
9 - Chuck Elder, Insurance Run, 2/22/19
11 - J.D. Ramirez, Working Summer, 3/7/19
13 - Tim Laker, Own Regrets, 2/26/19
19 - Steve Whitehead, Even Pros, 3/12/19
21 - Rob Leary, Player Assessment, 2/27/19
22 - Rusty Kilgo, Was Brilliant, 2/23/19
23 - Brian Wilkinson, Started For, 3/13/19
27 - Dan Archibald, Stat Line, 2/14/19
28 - Gary Regira, Pitched Well, 3/8/19
32 - C.L. Smith, Enough Offense, 3/11/19
37 - Jeff Ramsey, On Defense, 2/6/19
39 - Chris Bushing, Somewhere Else, 2/15/19
40 - Ben Howze, Another Sport, 2/19/19
43 - Joe Logan, Mirrors That, 2/28/19
44 - Troy Ricker, Big Hits, 3/9/19
45 - Sid Monge, Do Best, 3/5/19
46 - John Thoden, Clutch Games, 3/11/19
47 - Buen Rodriguez, Winning Triple, 3/10/19
48 - Bill Cramer, Home Run, 2/16/19
49 - Doug Bochtler, That Determination, 2/19/19
51 - Tyrone Woods, Any Time, 2/5/19
55 - Deryk Hudson, More Swings, 2/20/19
56 - Ron Krause, Different Year, 2/24/19
58 - Jim Eddy, Some Competition, 2/16/19
82 - Mike Quade, Built On, 3/6/19
Expos - John Cain, Winter Meetings, 2/17/19

Syracuse Chiefs
1 - Bob Bailor, Majors Return, 11/10/18
2 - Bob Shirley, Only Thing, 11/11/18
3 - Rocket Wheeler, Lengthy Trip, 11/13/18
4 - Randy Holland, Helped Heal, 12/26/18
5 - Derek Bell, Shut Down, 12/25/18
6 - Steve Cummings, Case of Nerves, 9/21/18
7 - Hector De La Cruz, Good Baseball, 9/22/18
8 - Carlos Diaz, Brief Stay, 9/23/18
9 - Rob Ducey, Big Responsibility, 9/24/18
10 - Jim Eppard, Stay Ready, 9/25/18
11 - Jose Escobar, Long Wait, 9/26/18
12 - Webster Garrison, Credit for Hitting, 9/27/18
13 - Tom Gilles, Major Leaguer, 9/28/18
14 - Mauro Gozzo, Real Test, 9/29/18
15 - Paul Kilgus, Throw Strikes, 12/26/18
16 - Doug Linton, Ready To Pitch, 9/4/18
17 - Mike Loynd, Showing Confidence, 9/7/18
18 - Rick Lysander, Multiple Returns, 9/10/18
19 - Pedro Munoz, Great Feeling, 9/11/18
20 - Stu Pederson, Walk-Off Win, 9/12/18
21 - Paul Runge, Player Development, 9/5/18
22 - Alex Sanchez, Release Point, 9/8/18
23 - John Shea, Serious Look, 9/13/18
24 - Luis Sojo, Was Needed, 9/14/18
25 - Ed Sprague, Strong and Healthy, 9/16/18
26 - Joe Szekely, Nothing Like It, 9/6/18
27 - Ozzie Virgil, Getting Hit, 9/9/18
28 - Steve Wapnick, Real Aggressive, 9/17/18
29 - Mark Whiten, Hard Hitting, 9/20/18
30 - Rob Wishnevski, Every Day, 9/14/18

Tulsa Drillers
1 - Steve Allen, Look Great, 3/17/19
2 - Jeff Andrews, Relationships Developed, 3/18/19
3 - Kevin Belcher, Instructed Them, 3/19/19
4 - Paco Burgos, Only One, 3/20/19
5 - Felipe Castillo, Too Much, 3/21/19
6 - Everett Cunningham, Could Pitch, 3/23/19
7 - Monty Fariss, Some Advantages, 3/22/19
8 - Darrin Garner, Coming Along, 3/15/19
9 - Greg Harrel, Listened To, 3/24/19
10 - Donald Harris, Run Down, 3/23/19
11 - Bill Haselman, Best Job, 3/24/19
12 - Jim Hvizda, Will Rot, 3/25/19
13 - Greg Iavarone, Returned To, 3/25/19
14 - David Lynch, Curve Worked, 3/26/19
15 - Terry Mathews, Real Big, 3/27/19
16 - Rob Maurer, First Season, 3/28/19
17 - Eric McCray, Trade Talk, 3/29/19
18 - Roger Pavlik, Threw Strikes, 3/16/19
19 - Dan Peltier, Goals Achieved, 3/16/19
20 - Phil Postier, Felt Comfortable, 3/30/19
21 - Marv Rockman, Sidearm Delivery, 3/31/19
22 - Dan Rohrmeier, Kid's Game, 4/1/19
23 - Cedric Shaw, Heckuva Game, 4/2/19
24 - Mike Taylor, Final Frame, 4/4/19
25 - Tommy Thompson, Old School, 4/5/19
26 - George Threadgill, Consistent Hitter, 4/6/19
27 - Walt Williams, Much Different, 3/14/19
28 - Tom Henke, Good Memories, 4/7/19

Wichita Wranglers

Yakima Bears
1 - Garrett Beard, Great Experience, 11/22/17
2 - Javier De La Hoya, Tough Going, 11/26/17i
3 - Mike Sampson, Final Out, 12/4/17
4 - Helms Bohringer, Work Ethic, 11/21/17
5 - Juan Bustabad, Moved On, 12/1/17
6 - Kurt Olson, Rejuvenated Team, 12/13/17
7 - Jeff Brummer, Moved On, 11/17/17
8 - Ken Burroughs, Turned Two, 11/23/17
9 - Erik Madsen, More Control, 11/20/17
10 - Daniel Cardinas, Bright Spot, 11/18/17
11 - Hector Ortiz, Every Opportunity, 12/3/17
12 - Pedro Astacio, Eyes Opened, 11/19/17
13 - Rafael Rijo, Play Ball, 12/15/17
14 - Tim Patrick, Rough Start, 11/26/17
15 - Scott Doffek, All Climates, 12/2/17
16 - Ben O'Connor, Strike Zone, 12/10/17
17 - Joe Kelly, Versatile Pitcher, 12/9/17
18 - Billy Lott, Stacked Team, 12/16/17
19 - Tony Arnold, Lucky Enough, 11/19/17
20 - Steve Ford, Dodger Way, 11/16/17
21 - Eric Moen, His Future, 11/23/17
21 - Scott Faurot, Outside Pitch, 11/22/17
22 - Sean Sena, Home Run, 11/21/17
23 - Jerry Royster, Good Baseball, 11/18/17
24 - Craig White, College Honors, 11/24/17
25 - Nolberto Troncoso, Two Runs, 12/6/17
26 - Mike Galle, No Idea, 12/16/17
27 - Craig Bishop, Finished Out, 12/12/17
28 - Scott Freeman, Staff Lead, 11/20/17
29 - Steve Mintz, The Job, 11/25/17
30 - Eric Blackwell, Big Smile, 12/5/17
31 - Paul Branconier, His Cool, 11/28/17
32 - Yale Fowler, Towering Shot, 12/11/17
33 - Fausto Tatis, Comeback Stopped, 12/13/17
34 - Jose Perez, Lead Off, 11/24/17
35 - Jorge Cantres, Five Outs, 11/25/17
36 - Pedro Perez, Ninth Inning, 12/7/17
37 - Yakima Bears, 12/17/17

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