- Will Middlebrooks homered again, reports Brendan McGair of The Pawtucket Times, as the Red Sox prospect now has a minor league-leading nine on the season.
- Mets prospect Matt Harvey threw seven scoreless innings and his a home run, says Andrew Pentis of MiLB.com.
- Oscar Taveras collected two more hits, including his fourth homer of the season, as the Cardinals outfielder just keeps on hitting, says Ben Badler of Baseball America.
- Trevor May allowed just one hit in six innings, as the Phillies top prospect lowered his ERA on the season to 2.35, notes Ashley Marshall of MiLB.com.
- Rockies pitching prospect Parker Frazier turned in a strong outing, allowing two earned runs over seven innings, but still got stuck with the loss.
- Trayce Thompson hit his third home run of the season as part of a 14-run onslaught that he and his White Sox teammates put on on Wednesday.
- Gerrit Cole was let down by his fellow Pirates prospects, as the 2011 first overall pick gave up five runs in as many innings, but only two of them were earned.
- The Cubs got their first look at Cuban signee Gerardo Concepcion, who gave up five runs in as many innings in his first professional start, reports Ben Badler of Baseball America.
- Mason Williams went 4-for-4 on Wednesday, as the Yankees outfield prospect added his first home run of the season, says Brendon Desrochers of MiLB.com.
- In extended spring training action, Cubs 2011 draftee Dan Vogelbach homered, and Javier Baez ended an 0-for-20 slump, says The Cub Reporter.