Quick Hits: Reds, Meyer, Ryu, Arruebarrena

The game is in need of greater minority representation in its most visible non-playing role, that of manager, says Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com. Heyman lists twenty excellent candidates who ought to receive strong consideration from those clubs that are in … Continue reading

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Minor Moves: Josh Elander, Brock Peterson

Here are today’s minor moves of note: The Diamondbacks have released outfielder Josh Elander, Matt Eddy of Baseball America reports on Twitter. Elander, 24, was the player that went to Arizona in the deal that shipped Trevor Cahill to the Braves, … Continue reading

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Snappers Split Series with Cougars

The Beloit Snappers finished the series at home against the Kane County Cougars with a 6-5 win.

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Snappers Fall to Kane County in 10

For the second time in two nights, the Kane County Cougars and Beloit Snappers needed extra innings to decide the game. This time, Beloit lost to the Cougars by a score of 5-3.

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Farris hit a winner for Wings

Eric Farris drove home the game winning run with a bases loaded single, giving the Rochester Red Wings a 8-7 win over the Durham Bulls in 10 innings Wednesday night at Frontier Field.

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Home Game Preview Wed. 5.20.15

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Beloit Wins in 10

Joey Wagman got the win for the Snappers after joining the team earlier today as they won on a walk off run caused by a passed ball by Kane County in the tenth inning.

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Bulls edge Wings 4-2

The Durham Bulls scored four early runs, then held on to beat the Red Wings 4-2 Tuesday night at Frontier Field.

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Hu, Wings win game one

Chih-Wei Hu won his Triple-A debut, and Brock Peterson hit a two-run homer to help the Red Wings to a 4-3 win over Durham Tuesday afternoon, in the first part of a day/night doubleheader.

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Home Game Preview Tues. 5.19.15

The Red Wings and Bulls lock up in a day/night doubleheader, with 21-year-old Taiwanese right-hander Chih-Wei Hu starting the morning game,

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