Category Archives: Princeton Rays

Franco getting promoted to Florida State League

Bowling Green Hot Rods shortstop Wander Franco — considered by many to be the top prospect in baseball — will be promoted from the Midwest League to the high-A Florida State League, where he will play for the Charlotte Stone … Continue reading

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McKay one of 7 top-30 Rays prospects on Hot Rods roster

Seven players ranked by Baseball America among the top 30 Tampa Bay Rays prospects are on the Bowling Green Hot Rods’ Opening Day roster, including two-way player Brendan McKay. McKay, the fourth-overall draft pick last year, is a left-handed pitcher … Continue reading

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Clark named MWL pitcher of week, gets traded to Marlins

Bowling Green Hot Rods RHP Ethan Clark was named the Midwest League pitcher of the week Monday before the Tampa Bay Rays traded him to the Miami Marlins the same day. Clark was honored for the week of June 19-25, a … Continue reading

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Hot Rods get five top-30 Rays prospects to start season

Five players ranked among the top 30 Tampa Bay Rays prospects (according to Baseball America) are starting the season with the Bowling Green Hot Rods, including all three starting outfielders. In fact, Baseball America ranks all three of those outfielders … Continue reading

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Knuckleballer among players assigned to Hot Rods roster

The Bowling Green Hot Rods have only one ranked prospect on their Opening Day roster, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t other players to keep an eye on this season. RHP Jose Mujica — ranked No. 27 by MLB.com and … Continue reading

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