- Charlie Leesman was let down by his fellow White Sox prospects on Monday, as his defense made eight errors behind him, causing him to give up five unearned runs and fail to finish the second inning in an ugly loss, notes The Charlotte Observer. Jordan Danks had three hits in the loss.
- Travis d'Arnaud is heating up after a slow start, as the Blue Jays top prospect collected three more hits on Monday night, extending his hitting streak to 10 games, notes Ashley Marshall of MiLB.com.
- Andrew Brackman lost a battle with his control, as the Reds prospect failed to get out of the second inning after walking five batters, notes The Virginian-Pilot.
- Tommy Joseph doubled and hit two home runs, as the Giants 2009 second-rounder drove in three, raising his batting average to .257 on the season, reports Robert Emrich of MiLB.com.
- Yankees OF prospect Melky Mesa homered, writes Mike Ashmore of Thunder Baseball.
- Deck McGuire pitched better on Monday, giving up just three earned runs in 6 2/3 innings and lowering his season ERA to 7.18, but he still got saddled with a loss, as he was outpitched by Phillies prospect Trevor May, who allowed just two earned runs over seven strong innings, improving to 5-0.
- Nick Castellanos ended April on the same high note he spent most of it on, as the Tigers third base prospect went 2-for-5 on Monday night, reports David Yates of The Lakeland Ledger.
- Gerrit Cole earned his first professional win on Monday, as the Pirates first overall pick from last season threw six innings of one-hit ball, striking out six, according to Ashley Marshall of MiLB.com. Chad James took the loss in the game, as the Marlins pitching prospect didn't stack up well against Cole, giving up five earned runs in 4 1/3 innings.
- Patrick Leyland hit a three-run homer, notes MLive.com.
- You know you're hot when it's news when you give up a hit, but that's exactly how hot Dylan Bundy has been. The Orioles top prospect finally gave up his first hit as a professional, but still faced the minimum amount of batters, reports Jim Shonerd of Baseball America.
- On the other end of the spectrum from Bundy is Cubs Cuban defector Gerardo Concepcion, who got hit even harder in his second start than he did in his first, allowing seven earned runs without getting out of the first inning.