- Rubby de la Rosa put together his second staight solid outing after struggling in his first three starts of the season, notes WPRI.com. The Red Sox prospect struck out five batters in three innings without allowing a run. He has yet to work more than three innings in an outing this season.
- After a rough start of his own, Phillies outfield prospect Darin Ruf has been red-hot lately, hitting another home run on Tuesday night, giving him three in as many games. He's now eight for his last 13 with three doubles and three home runs.
- Wil Myers hit his third home run of the season in support of fellow Rays prospect Chris Archer, who struck out seven over six scoreless innings.
- Astros prospect Jarred Cosart out-pitched Brewers prospect Johnny Hellweg on Tuesday. Cosart struck out six while allowing just one run over 5 1/3 innings while Hellweg battled his control, walking four over six innings, but did strike out seven.
- Alex Meyer showed flashes of dominance, striking out eight batters over six innings, but the Twins prospect allowed four runs over that stretch.
- Yordano Ventura was dominant on Tuesday, as the Royals prospect struck out 10 batters over five innings while allowing just a single hit.
- Garin Cecchini turned in one of the biggest offensive days of his career, going 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles and a home run.
- Following the lead of his major league counterparts on Tuesday, Indians top prospect Francisco Lindor went 3-for-3 with a home run in game two of a double-header.