- Johnny Hellweg was dominant on Saturday night, as the Brewers pitching prospect threw five scoreless innings in his season debut, reports Tim Grubbs of the New Orleans Times-Picayune. Despite almost making the Brewers bullpen this spring and having a fastball that can reach 100-mph, Hellweg is still working as a starter in the minors. Jacob Turner, who was expected to make the Marlins big league rotation this spring, got hit hard in the loss, allowing six runs (five earned) in four innings of work.
- Phillies left-hander Adam Morgan was solid in his Triple-A debut, giving up two runs in six innings allowing just a home run off the bat of Nationals prospect Jeff Kobernus, notes PhuturePhillies.com.
- Mike Zunino had a big day at the plate on Saturday, as the Mariners top prospect hit his second home run of the short season and added a double in a 5-RBI day.
- Jameson Taillon was sharp in his season debut, as the Pirates right-hander struck out four batters over five innings of shutout baseball.
- Kevin Gausman's 2013 season didn't get off to the start most Orioles' fans had hoped for as the 2012 first-rounder allowed six runs (four earned) in four innings of work. He did strike out eight in the outing, but also threw a pair of wild pitches.
- Yasiel Puig showed why the Dodgers are so high on him on Saturday by hitting his first home run of the season, but also why he had to be sent to the minors by striking out twice.
- Cubs outfielder Jorge Soler hit his first home run of the season, a line drive that cut through winds of almost 30-mph, reports Sean Kernan of The Daytona Beach News-Journal.
- Miguel Sano and Eddie Rosario combined for five hits to help lead the Twins' Florida State League affiliate in Fort Myers to victory.
- Delino Deshields, Jr. collected three hits and stole three bases on Saturday, the first swipes of the year for the Astros prospect who recorded 101 last season.
- 2012 first-overall pick Carlos Correa had a huge day at the plate, going 4-for-7 with a home run and five RBI's. On the other side, Cubs' prospects Rock Shoulders, Jeimer Candelario and Dan Vogelbach all recorded multi-hit games.
- Roderick Bernadina had a perfect day at the plate, as the Orioles outfielder went 2-for-2 with a a home run and a walk.