Let's freshen the header with a few notable minor league signings you haven't read about from around the league, all reported yesterday by Baseball America. [Link]
The Blue Jays signed shortstop Brian Bocock, who was a fixture on the Phillies 40-man roster up until last season. Bocock, 26, appeared in six games with the Phillies in 2010. … Well-traveled left-hander Fabio Castro has caught on with Oakland. Castro, 26, was stashed in the 2006 bullpen as a Rule 5 pick and also pitched in 10 games, including a spot start, in 2007. He hasn't appeared in the Majors since. … The Dodgers signed a pair of former Phillies lefties: Derrick Loop, who pitched in Reading last season, and Cedrick Bowers, who became a Beerleaguer 'person of interest' in 2009 by posting a 1.93 ERA and notching 67 strikeouts in 60 2-3 innings out of the IronPigs bullpen. … Outfielder Dewayne Wise, a non-roster spring invitee in 2010 and best known for preserving Mark Buerhle's '09 perfecto, signed with the Yankees.