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Topic - Pacific Coast League
The Pacific Coast League (PCL) is a minor-league baseball league operating in the Western, Midwestern and Southeastern United States. Along with the International League and the Mexican League, it is one of three leagues playing at the Triple-A level, which is one step below Major League Baseball. - Source: Wikipedia
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Bobby Valentine insisted he wasn't trying to be critical when he said his struggling Red Sox had "the weakest roster we've ever had in September in the history of baseball."
The Arizona Diamondbacks have promoted Pacific Coast League home run leader Wily Mo Pena from Triple-A.
Ryne Sandberg is back with the organization that once gave him away and painfully watched him become a Hall of Fame player in a different uniform.
The Texas Rangers recalled first baseman Chris Davis from Triple-A Oklahoma City on Saturday following the RedHawks' elimination from the Pacific Coast League playoffs.
John Lindsey has finally reached the big leagues after 15 years in the minors.