- A's righty A.J. Griffin threw a complete game, striking out six and allowing just one run, says Ashley Marshall of MiLB.com.
- Vinnie Catricala homered on Wednesday, one of six that he and his Mariners teammates hit on the night, notes Mike Curto of The [Tacoma] News Tribune.
- Diamondbacks top prospect Trevor Bauer picked up his fourth Triple-A win despite giving up four runs and ten hits in five innings, including a home run to the rehabbing Troy Tulowitzki.
- Danny Hultzen hasn't given up a run in since May 23, writes Sam Dykstra of MiLB.com, as the Mariners lefty extended his scoreless innings streak to 27 2/3 innings after adding five more on Wednesday night.
- Anthony Ranaudo's rough season continued on Wednesday, as the Red Sox prospect gave up four runs and three walks in three innings, according to David Driver of The Portland Press Herald. The outing brings Ranaudo's season ERA to 5.53.
- Sonny Gray got a desperately needed strong start, picking up his second win of the season after tossing five shutout innings and striking out five.
- Trayce Thompson homered in both ends of a doubleheader, says Mason Linker of The WInston-Salem Journal, with the second one coming off of Nationals pitching prospect Robbie Ray, who took the loss, getting touched up for four runs in five innings. The White Sox outfielder now has 10 bombs on the season.
- Jameson Taillon turned in what might have been the worst start of his professional career, as the Pirates prospect allowed eight runs without getting out of the fifth inning.
- Jorge Alfaro homered in the eighth inning on Wednesday, then singled in extra innings to begin a game-winning rally for his Rangers teammates, according to The Hickory Daily Record.
- Mike Foltynewicz continues to petition the Astros for a promotion with every start, this time throwing 6 1/3 innings, giving up two runs and picking up his ninth win of the season.