The Rochester Red Wings Report- April 12

This week's Triple-A Rochester Red Wings report, including Who's Hot/Not, a recap of the season so far, and much more:
April 12, 2007

TMLN: Valencia's Homer Leads Beloit To Win

In this edition of Twins Minor League Notebook, the Rochester Red Wings get blown out by Norfolk, the New Britain Rock Cats ride the bottom of their order to a 8-6 win, the Fort Myers Miracle continue to stay out of the win column, and Danny Valencia's two-run home run wins the game for Beloit.
April 10, 2007

TMLN: Rabe Helps Wings To First Win

The Minnesota Twins farm system played a full slate of games on Saturday, going 2-2 overall. The Red Wings finally got their opener started, winning 12-11, and the Beloit Snappers won a 2-1 pitching duel. The Rock Cats and Miracle both lost, making the Miracle 0-3 on the year.
April 8, 2007

2007 Rochester Red Wings Preview and Roster

The Rochester Red Wings open their 2007 season on Friday, as they send top prospect Matt Garza to the hill. The Wings will feature one of the better rotations in all of Minor League Baseball in 2007, as they have four starters who could be in the Major Leagues very soon. Here is a look at the 2007 Rochester Red Wings:
April 5, 2007

Rating Twins Prospects: Left Fielders

I will be reviewing the system by position, today discussing the left fielders. Each player will have their age and 2006 ranking, based on performance, indicated compared with their ranking in 2005. If their 2006 ranking has improved, it will be indicated in green. If their ranking has declined, it will be in red. Players on the 40-man roster will be indicated by an ** preceding their name.
October 16, 2006

Wings Lose Again

In this edition of Live From Rochester, the Wings suffer another loss, and do not have the same look as the team that was seemingly a lock for the International League playoffs a few weeks ago. Scott Baker got the start for the Wings, and pitched well, but his efforts were wasted in the loss.
August 28, 2006

Wings Lose A Bad One To Ottawa

In this edition of Live From Rochester, the Wings blow an early lead, eventually falling to the Ottawa Lynx 7-3. Jason Miller, coming off his best outing of the year, did not have it on this night, as the Lynx took advantage of a six-run third inning. They are now three games behind Scranton/Wilkes-Barre for first place in the IL North, but they still have the Wild Card.
August 26, 2006