There were four tight games — and three victories for the affiliates
Charlotte loses while the rest of the minors have healthy days at the plate, including double-digit scoring days for the Barons and Dash
Like speed? The outfielder will steal your heart
Duke Ellis and Luis Mieses get top honors at Project Birmingham, while Keegan Fish and Riley Jepson play heroes in an exciting Dash win
Wes Kath hits his 10th homer of the year, Duke Ellis gets three hits and two steals — and nothing goes well for Charlotte
Oscar Colás makes an impression in the Futures Game, and we think Saturday’s DSL game finally ended
The Knights are the odd team out, as the farm goes 3-1 with great pitching up and down the system
A big day for the Dash offense highlights a dismal 1-5 day on the farm
Adam Haseley (again), Lenyn Sosa (again), Duke Ellis, and Tommy Sommer are the MVPs of the week.
Would you look at that: Every team on the farm is a winner! And Seby Zavala gets the call back up to Chicago
A great all-around effort by the Dash highlighted a 1-3 day for the affiliates
At least Cristian Mena, Colson Montgomery, and Seby Zavala had big games
Only the Dash win on the farm today, with Duke Ellis hitting a homer and stealing his 15th bag of the year while Lenyn Sosa hits two homers in the Barons loss.
Only Charlotte comes away with a win — but in Kannapolis, Wes Kath hit his second homer of the season.
Yoán Moncada is back in Charlotte, where he got a single and started at third, while the only offense to show up today was in Winston-Salem.
A 21-hit performance by the Dash highlights a 2-2 day on the farm.
Speed, speed, speed and more speed: Plenty of athleticism but unproven results highlight this group.
"Sports is a business of failure. Only one team is going to win every year. But the fact that you finished second or third or fourth, it doesn't mean you had a bad year." -Jerry Reinsdorf