Category Archives: Northwest League

Lugnuts roster includes one of Roger Clemens’ sons

The Lansing Lugnuts roster includes six top-30 Toronto Blue Jays prospects, but it’s another player who is most likely to turn fans’ heads simply because of his name: Kacy Clemens. The son of MLB pitching great Roger Clemens, Kacy arrives … Continue reading

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Pitching prospects highlight South Bend’s Opening Day roster

The preliminary Opening Day roster for the South Bend Cubs was released Monday, highlighted by five top Chicago Cubs pitching prospects. Those players include two top-10 Cubs prospects (as ranked by Baseball America), RHP Jose Albertos (No. 3) and LHP Brendon Little (No. … Continue reading

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Gore among top Padres prospects assigned to TinCaps

The Fort Wayne TinCaps are stacked with young talent again this year, with one of baseball’s top pitching prospects headlining the notable San Diego Padres farmhands assigned to the Opening Day roster. MacKenzie Gore — considered one of the game’s … Continue reading

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Mariners announce Opening Day LumberKings roster

The Opening Day roster for the Clinton LumberKings includes four top-30 Seattle Mariners prospects and nine players who suited up for the team during the past season. The highest-ranked Mariners prospect on the roster, per Baseball America, is 22-year-old LHP … Continue reading

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Blue Jays announce 2018 Lugnuts coaching staff

The Toronto Blue Jays announced Wednesday that Cesar Martin will return as manager of the Lansing Lugnuts, accompanied by an entirely different coaching staff than he had last year. Martin led the Lugnuts to a 63-73 overall record last year, … Continue reading

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