- Andrew Lambo homered again, giving the Pirates outfielder 24 on the season, notes the Charlotte Observer. Lambo has resurrected his career to a certain extent this season with the return of his power, and while he's no longer a top prospect, he has inserted himself back into the Pirates future as a potential role player.
- Trevor Bauer tossed a complete game despite walking four in the outing, according to The Columbus Dispatch. The Indians right-hander has been good but not great this season while bouncing back and forth from the majors to Triple-A.
- James Paxton allowed just one run while striking out seven over six innings of work. The Mariners lefty continues to pitch well after a poor start to the season, making it four straight starts in which he's allowed three runs or less.
- Scott Snodgrass fell two outs short of a no-hitter, as the White Sox lefty allowed his first hit of the night with one out in the ninth innings, notes Josh Jackson of MiLB.com.
- Khris Davis homered for the second straight game, giving him four bombs in his past nine games, writes Brandon Simes of MiLB.com.
- Angel Villalona hit a solo homer, notes Tom Reisenweber of The Erie Times-News. The Giants slugger has four home runs and an .839 OPS since being promoted to Double-A Richmond.
- Red Sox left-hander Henry Owens tossed five no-hit innings on Monday while striking out nine, and now hasn't allowed a hit in 15 2/3 innings, writes Ashley Marshall of MiLB.com.
- Pirates shortstop Alen Hanson hit his sixth home run of the season as part of a two-hit day at the plate.
- Eddie Butler fell victim to the mercy of his Rockies teammates, as the right-hander took a loss allowing four unearned runs in five innings despite striking out six.
- After having the start of his professional career delayed due to injury, Victor Roache has caught fire, hitting two more home runs on Monday, a grand slam and a three-run shot, to give the Brewers 2012 first-round pick 14 in his first 80 games, and six in his last 10, notes Jake Seiner of MiLB.com.
- Jason Hursh added three more hitless innings to his now 9 2/3 innings scoreless streak to begin his career, notes Marshall. The Braves 2013 first-rounder is being eased into professional baseball with short starts.
- Dodgers 2013 first-rounder Chris Anderson tossed six shutout innings while striking out four.
- Carlos Correa hit his seventh home run of the season, his second in four games, and the Astros shortstop is not hitting .318/.409/.464 on the year.