- Kris Bryant clubs his 43rd homer of the year
- Rock Cats' Buxton throws out runner at third
- Chisenhall goes yard for the Clippers
- Ranaudo talks about his big league debut
- New Oriole Tarpley racks up 'K' for IronBirds
- Clippers' Lindor makes diving stop
- Red Wings' Meyer gets eighth strikeout
- Sandberg introduced as new Bulls manager
- Smokies' Russell slugs a grand slam
- O's left-hander Berry fans four for Baysox
- Norris notches first Triple-A K with Buffalo
- New Britain's Berrios fans fifth batter
Like every Triple-A team, the Pawtucket Red Sox love sending their players to the big leagues, but the PawSox are also proud to have seen seven broadcasters get callups since 1989.
With a "do or don't" attitude, Cardinals' No. 2 prospect Rob Kaminsky went from a high school outfielder to one of the top left-handed pitchers in the Minor Leagues in just four years.
Cleveland's Lonnie Chisenhall looked like a one-time top prospect last June in a three-homer, nine-RBI game, but the 2008 first-rounder needed extra seasoning at Triple-A Columbus first.
- PawSox broadcasters also on road to 'Show'
- Buxton vs. Bryant focus of Top-100 reveal
- Cards' Kaminsky looking to emulate Kershaw
- Numerology: Prospects with low, high BABIPs
- Demotion to Clips helped Chisenhall to progress
- Ross, Perez, Palmer get 50-game suspensions
- Red Sox trade Ranaudo to Rangers for Ross
- Pirates acquire Tarpley from O's in Snider deal