- Tom Koehler pitched well but took a no-decision after giving up just two runs in seven innings while striking out six, reports Alex Cassara of The New Orleans Times-Picayune.
- Anthony Rizzo hit two more home runs on Monday, giving the Cubs first baseman a minor league-leading 22 on the season, notes David Heck of MiLB.com.
- Mariners third base prospect Vinnie Catricala broke out of an 0-for-23 slump with a home run, adds Mike Curto of The [Tacoma] News Tribune.
- Charlie Leesman gave up just two runs over seven innings, as the White Sox pitching prospect struck out five, according to The Charlotte Observer.
- Edwar Cabrera bounced back from a poor outing his last time out, says Jim Shonerd of Baseball America, as the Rockies left-hander threw seven shutout innings, allowing just one hit.
- Trey McNutt got rocked on Monday, giving up nine runs (eight earned) without getting out of the fourth inning, taking his fifth loss of the season and watching his ERA rise to 3.65.
- Perci Garner turned in his best start of the season, as the Phillies second round pick from 2010 threw six innings of one-run baseball, allowing just two hits and striking out five.
- George Springer homered on Monday, the 12th of the season for the Astros 2011 first-rounder.
- Matt Skole had two hits, including his 14th home run of the season, as the Nationals fifth-rounder from the 2011 draft continues to power his way through the South Atlantic League, according to The Hickory Daily Record.
- Marcell Ozuna hit two more home runs on Monday night, one day after the Marlins outfield prospect slugged three in a game over the weekend, says Sam Dykstra of MiLB.com. The five home runs he's hit in the past two games give him 15 on the season.
- Tyler Rahmatulla followed up his six-hit day on Sunday with three more hits on Monday, reports Dykstra, including the seventh home run of the season for the Cardinals infielder.