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Gerardo Parra gets minor league deal and spring training invite with NationalsSean Doolittle, now headed to the Reds, loved Washington.

For a moment, it seemed like the aggressiveness from minor league teams was about to backfire.

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Washington took him in the second round of the 2014 draft, and he spent five seasons in the minor leagues while waiting for a chance to crack the Capitals’ roster.

It is the birthplace of Robert Moses “Lefty” Grove, a Hall of Fame pitcher who at one point played in Baltimore for a minor league team called the Orioles.

The coronavirus pandemic led to a full cancellation of the minor league season in 2020.

Yes, the minor-league baseball player memorably portrayed by Kevin Costner in Bull Durham.

A former baseball player sues for a minor league living wage.

Richardson found other coaching jobs but never in the NBA, he was been a career minor league head coach.

Here he celebrates the heyday of Birmingham's minor league team, the Barons.

The state of Georgia once had twenty-two minor-league towns; now it has only three.

Lemblow was a minor-league pitcher who had long wanted to get a chance to play with the Giants.

All were jubilant that they had escaped the humiliation of being whipped by a minor league team.

Mr. Stokowski's doings of the last few years can no longer be classed as minor-league musical sensations.

We start north to-morrow, went on McRae, in two lots, playing minor league teams on the way to keep in practice.

So, when Joe received an offer from the manager of one of the minor league professional teams, he took it.

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On this page you'll find 47 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to minor-league, such as: accessory, below the mark, bush-league, casual, dependent, and dinky.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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