Here are the latest minor league moves from around baseball. All transactions were reported by Matt Eddy of Baseball America, unless otherwise cited.
- Right-hander Michael Ynoa has re-signed with the White Sox rather than test minor league free agency. Ynoa was outrighted off Chicago’s roster earlier this season after posting a 5.90 ERA over 29 innings. Once a highly-touted international signing as a teenager, Ynoa has struggled with his command in both the minors and at the big league level, with a 5.9 BB/9 over 59 career innings with the White Sox in 2016-17.
- The Angels signed righty Vicente Campos to a minor league contract, as Campos will return to the organization after being released in September. Campos posed an 8.22 ERA over 23 innings last season split between Triple-A, high A-ball and rookie ball as he worked his back from forearm surgery in September 2016. His Major League resume consists of 5 2/3 innings with the Diamondbacks in 2016.