- Clippers' Sellers literally makes a shoestring catch
- Montgomery's Argo scores winning run on balk
- ValleyCats clinch division on walk-off
- Decker goes yard in fourth straight for El Paso
- Espinal lofts three-run homer on seven-RBI night
- PCL MVP Pederson belts a two-run single
- RoughRiders' Gallo slugs 41st home run
- Aces smash back-to-back-to-back homers
- Cubs' Bryant rips a triple for Triple-A Iowa
- 17-year-old De Leon homers for Pelicans
- Lambo goes yard for sixth time in seven games
- Wahoos' Mattair reaches over rail for foul pop
Devoted autograph seeker Ted Wasko and his brother have put together a staggering collection of baseball cards, including many autographed keepsakes from the Minor Leagues.
Fran Whitten switched colleges last year to pursue a graduate degree in criminal justice. But after being drafted in the 37th round by the Angels, he's thriving in his first pro season.
Andres Santiago took a perfect-game bid into the eighth before walking Christian Villanueva. Then he struck out the side in the ninth -- and 12 Smokies overall -- to notch the no-hitter.
People know Cody Decker as a prankster and a comedian, but he showed, first and foremost, he's a power hitter by homering in his fourth straight for El Paso. It was his 26th of the year.
- Lookouts' Santiago loses perfecto, scores no-no
- Decker homers in fourth straight El Paso game
- Montero restrained in altercation in Boise
- Batavia autograph-seeker is no 'hound'
- Angels' Whitten thriving after nearly quitting
- Owens, Moya win major Eastern League awards
- Espinal fuels Power's comeback with big night
- Lowell's Drehoff hurls gem despite ejections
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