Category Archives: New York-Penn League

Noda, Balestrieri named MWL players of the week

Lansing Lugnuts first baseman Ryan Noda and Peoria Chiefs RHP Paul Balestrieri respectively were named the Midwest League’s offensive player and pitcher of the week for June 4-10. In five games during that period, Noda batted .500 (7-for-14) with four … Continue reading

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Captains pitcher Jimenez suspended 80 games

Lake County Captains RHP Domingo Jimenez was suspended 80 games after testing positive for Stanozolol, a performance-enhancing substance. The suspension, which is effective immediately, was announced Friday. Jimenez, a 24-year-old native of the Dominican Republic, has pitched in the Cleveland … Continue reading

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Yepez, Conley named MWL players of the week

Peoria Chiefs infielder Juan Yepez and Beloit Snappers RHP Bryce Conley respectively were named the Midwest League’s offensive player and pitcher of the week for the period of April 5-15. Yepez leads the Midwest League with a .500 batting average, … Continue reading

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Three Snappers pitchers combine to no-hit Bees

Oakland Athletics prospect Bryce Conley is off to a great start this season, as he still hasn’t given up a hit after pitching 10 innings for the Beloit Snappers. Six of those innings came Thursday as part of a three-pitcher … Continue reading

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Chiefs start season with four top-30 Cardinals prospects

The Peoria Chiefs’ Opening Day roster includes four players ranked by Baseball America among the top 30 prospects in the St. Louis Cardinals organization. Those players are outfielders Jonathan Machado (ranked No. 15) and Dylan Carlson (No. 24), and right-handed … Continue reading

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