Minor League round up November 25th

Welcome to Minor League round up November 25th edition. We gather links from the most recent few days and put them all in one place for you.

According to Baseball America, MLB is nearing their decision on the 120 teams that survive contraction.

Baseball America has another post from yesterday advising what we already knew. Short season Minor-League baseball is going away.

One Rangers prospect made the list of Baseball America’s 19 prospects that impressed scouts in the Instructional. You can probably guess who the prospect is and hopefully good news for things to come for him in a Rangers uniform.

If you can’t tell, I frequent baseballamerica.com, they have a running list of the MLB teams and their new affiliates.

Ballpark Digest has an article detailing personnel moves with the Frontier League, Bowling Green and South Bend.

The Morning Journal reports that the Lake Eerie Crushers are planning to play in 2021. The Crushers are a team in the Frontier League which is Independent, so they are not part of Major League baseball.