Every week we have live reports from all over the system, while John Dreker provides additional views of the minors via MiLB.tv, which included Indianapolis, Altoona and Morgantown this week. We also had live coverage of Indianapolis, Altoona, West Virginia and Bristol in the past week. All of these reports are combined and used each week to highlight the top performers during that time span. We go with the top ten hitters and pitchers, giving you the 20 best players from last week.
In the past, we've called this feature "Top Performers". However, it has always been an article where we use the performances as an excuse to give live reports on the players. So the title didn't really reflect what was in the article -- a lot of easy to find reports on players, based on our live coverage, a...
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