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Minor League Ball Gameday: Saturday, August 12th, 2017

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Reynaldo Lopez made his debut with the White Sox, while Pirates right-hander Tyler Glasnow, Cubs prospect Duane Underwood, and Angels prospect Jose Rodriguez dominated the minors on Friday.

Kansas City Royals v Chicago White Sox Photo by David Banks/Getty Images

Here’s the Minor League Ball Gameday discussion thread for Saturday, August 12th, 2017. Below are the normal links that help you get through the night.

****Today’s Minor League Scoreboard

****Today’s MLB scoreboard

****Yesterday’s Highlights can be found in the Friday discussion thread.

****Analysis of all the deadline trades involving prospects can be found here.



It is good to be back home and finally getting into a normal schedule. My son is recovering from his intestinal blockage and I’m busy re-familiarizing myself with the world of baseball.


****Chicago White Sox rookie Reynaldo Lopez made his 2017 debut against the Kansas City Royals, fanning six in six innings, allowing four hits, three walks, and two runs. With a solid year in Triple-A under his belt (3.79, 131/49 K/BB in 121 innings, 101 hits), there’s nothing left to learn in the minors and they just need to let him pitch in my view.

****San Diego Padres prospect Fernando Tatis Jr continues his march through the Midwest League, going 2-for-3 with a home run for South Bend. He’s now hitting .270/.374/.501 (in a pitcher’s league) with 20 homers and 28 steals; he doesn’t turn 19 until January.

****Pittsburgh Pirates right-hander Tyler Glasnow continues mowing down Triple-A hitters, fanning 11 in seven innings for Indianapolis, with just one walk, five hits, and one run allowed.

****Los Angeles Angels pitching prospect Jose Rodriguez whiffed 13 batters over six innings in High-A California League action, the Inland Empire right-hander allowing one run, three hits, and zero walks against Rancho Cucamonga.

****Chicago Cubs pitching prospect Duane Underwood threw seven shutout innings for Tennessee against Biloxi in Southern League Double-A action, giving up only one hit, no runs, and no walks. He fanned six.