- Kyle Gibson was not good on Thursday, as the Twins pitching prospect allowed five runs without getting out of the fifth inning.
- Braves first base prospect Joey Terdoslavich hit his first home run of the season, coming off of White Sox pitcher Andre Rienzo, who struggled, allowing seven runs in 5 1/3 innings. Jared Mitchell collected two hits and stole a pair of bases in the loss.
- Alex Colome took a no-hitter into the 5th inning, writes Robert Emrich of MiLB.com, as the Rays prospect ultimately allowing just two hits in six innings while striking out seven.
- Nationals top prospect Anthony Rendon hit his first home run of the season and is still playing third base despite being blocked there in the majors by Ryan Zimmerman.
- Kevin Gausman bounced back from a rough first start of the season, as the Orioles pitching prospect allowed just one run over six innings of work, notes Jon Meoli of The Baltimore Sun.
- Red Sox pitching prospect Brandon Workman allowed just three hits over six strong innings, according to The Hartford Courant.
- J.R. Graham failed to make it out of the fourth inning and took a loss, despite a home run from Christian Bethancourt in support of his effort, writes Solomon Crenshaw, Jr. of AL.com.
- The Blue Jays are still limiting the pitch counts of Aaron Sanchez, but that hasn't stopped the right-hander from dominating when he's on the mound, writes Jonathan Raymond of MiLB.com, who notes that Sanchez threw five no-hit innings on Thursday.
- Mets prospect Domingo Tapia struggled with his control on Thrusday, walking four batters while failing to get out of the first inning.
- Luke Jackson dominated in his second start of the season, striking out seven over five innings of shutout baseball. The Rangers right-hander now has a 2.00 ERA and 11 strike outs in nine innings on the season.
- Phillies third base prospect Maikel Franco homered for the second straight game, this time as part of a three-hit day that also included a pair of doubles.
- 2011 first-rounder Joe Ross threw five shutout innings while striking out eight and allowing just two baserunners on Thursday. It was the second straight five inning scoreless outing for the Padres right-hander this season.
- The Marlins Low-A affiliate in Greensboro got two-hit days from Yordy Cabrera and Jesus Solorzano en route to a 6-4 victory.