Some players perform well while others do not!
Cristian Mena makes his Dash debut; Norge Vera’s ERA sees its first blemish: DJ Gladney blasts two dongs into orbit
It was a wild one in Birmingham, and a win, so let’s just stop there because it gets ugly otherwise
A big day for the Dash offense highlights a dismal 1-5 day on the farm
Gavin Sheets, Tyler Neslony, Moises Castillo, Colson Montgomery, Ben Norman, and Loidel Chapelli Jr. come away with MVPs
The top two levels come out with close wins, while Single-A loses a couple more close games, for a split on the day
Not a great day for the farm, with Birmingham getting the lone win out of seven games.
There’s some good in this farm system. And it’s worth fighting for. But it’s also mostly a ways off.
If you ignore the Knights and don’t count a rainout against it, the system had a perfect day
A 10-run inning by the Barons highlights a 3-1 day for the affiliates
Adam Haseley (again), Lenyn Sosa (again), Duke Ellis, and Tommy Sommer are the MVPs of the week.
A four-win day for the farm — but the big news is that Tim Anderson played a full game at DH and came away with two hits.
After a perfect day on Saturday, the farm goes 3-1, with Lenyn Sosa still playing hitting homers — in Birmingham, for some reason.
Would you look at that: Every team on the farm is a winner! And Seby Zavala gets the call back up to Chicago
It’s a system split! Strong pitching leads the Dash, ACL, and DSL Sox to victory
Lenyn Sosa, Colson Montgomery, and Jhoneiker Betancourt enjoy three-hit days at the AA, Single-A, and ACL levels, while Norge Vera debuted in Kannapolis
Adam Haseley, Yoelqui Céspedes, Bryan Ramos, and Wes Kath take the MVPs
The four lower levels come away with wins off of great pitching performances, while Eloy goes 1-for-2 with Charlotte
Charlotte rides three homers to victory, including one from Micker Adolfo, while Sean Burke and Jared Kelley had shutout outings
Eloy Jiménez gets two walks in his rehab assignment while Lenyn Sosa hits his 11th homer of the season, Alsander Womack slugs two solo shots, and Wes Kath and Colson Montgomery combine for five hits.
Seby Zavala, Lenyn Sosa, Luis Míeses, and Kohl Simas are the system MVPs, with Colson Montgomery just missing the cut
The farm system had a bad day because the farm system is bad
A huge day for the Barons offense highlights a 3-1 day for the affiliates
Many of the top prospects had a down week so get ready for some new names this week
Adam Haseley and Bryan Ramos club two homers, while Sean Burke throws six scoreless
Soon-to-return Lance Lynn goes three scoreless for the Knights while soon-to-be big leaguer Yolbert Sánchez adds two hits for Charlotte
Eloy Jiménez quickly exited his first rehab game, but it was homers galore for the rest of the farm with three from DJ Gladney, two from Adam Haseley, a roof shot from Colson Montgomery, and cheapie from Yoelqui Céspedes
Charlotte and Birmingham lose, are bad; Dash win, are okay
Sweep! Sweep! Sweep! Sweep! Sweep! Sw- wait a second
A great all-around effort by the Dash highlighted a 1-3 day for the affiliates
Yolbert Sánchez and Lenyn Sosa earn MVP nods as they look to push a promotion, while Terrell Tatum hits .750 for the Dash and Colson Montgomery continues his great season.
Kade McClure appears in relief for Charlotte, while in Kannapolis Colson Montgomery gets three base hits.