Minor League Recaps
In its first season back in the organization, Charleston finished on top.
With a six-game winning streak to close the season, Montgomery joined Bowling Green and Charleston in the postseason.
Durham has received a few contributors from High-A.
The RiverDogs scored 67 runs in six games to clinch a spot in the Low-A East championship later this month.
Carson Williams, Cooper Kinney, and Ryan Spikes made their pro debuts in the same game last week.
Josh Lowe was among several minor leaguers with three-homer weeks.
The Rays’ top pick in 2019 is now in Double A.
Japan topped the U.S. in the gold medal game.
Taj Bradley may be the biggest riser in the organization in 2021.
A couple openings in Durham’s rotation were filled by pitchers performing well for Montgomery.
With appearances for the FCL Rays and Durham, Chris Archer moved closer to returning to the majors.
Some of the organization’s top young players are now in the majors, but there are still plenty of top prospects in the minors.
After a 1-for-24 series, Vidal Brujan hit like a top prospect again last week.
All five domestic affiliates are now in action.
After dominating Double A, Shane Baz will soon get a new challenge.
The RiverDogs allowed just 20 runs over six games against the Woodpeckers last week.
Baseball is back in the Olympics, and Joe Ryan has a chance to help Team USA get there.
After missing the start of the season due to injury, Greg Jones was one of the organization’s hottest bats.
Vidal Brujan is one of many Bulls locked in to start the season.
Minor leaguers will take the field for the first time since Sept. 2019.
Adelaide has a spot in the semifinals, but Perth needs to win a wild card game to advance.
After a long slump, Niko Hulsizer dominated over the weekend in Australia.
A week after having a series canceled due to bushfires, Adelaide was able to play again over the weekend.
Hardly anything happened in the offseason leagues last week.
The outfielder acquired in the Adam Kolarek trade has been a strong performer this month in Australia.
Several Rays swung hot bats in Australia last week.
One of the newest Rays remained hot in Australia.
Michael Perez has played in two different leagues this offseason.