- Charlie Leesman allowed one run over five innings to earn his ninth win of the season, reports The Charlotte Observer. The White Sox left-hander is 9-9 on the season with a 2.65 ERA but a 3.97 FIP, which is much more in line with his career norms.
- Adam Warren took a no-hitter into the eighth innings, says Danny Wild of MiLB.com, as the Yankees righty struck out nine in the outing.
- New Marlins prospect Jacob Turner managed to throw six shutout innings, despite giving up eight hits and striking out just two batters, notes Tim Grubbs of The New Orleans Times-Picayune. Turner was matched up against fellow pitching prospect Andrew Carraway, who threw five shutout innings before exiting the game, says T.J. Cotterill of The [Tacoma] News Tribune. The Mariners are still limiting Carraway's innings since coming off of the disabled list just two starts ago.
- Aaron Hicks has come on strong of late, going 3-for-5 in a double header on Tuesday, including a home run in Game 1, his 12th of the season. Each home run Hicks hits represents a career high for the Twins prospect is putting up career numbers this season.
- Dellin Betances put together a much-needed solid start, barely out-pitching Phillies prospect Trevor May, who allowed three runs (two earned) in the loss. May drops to 8-10 in what has become a disappointing season for the right-hander.
- James Paxton didn't pitch great on Tuesday, but he managed to earn his seventh win of the season after giving up four runs in 5 2/3 innings.
- New York Mets right-handed pitching prospect Rafael Montero threw 7 2/3 no-hit innings striking out five, says Robert Emrich of MiLB.com. Montero is 5-2 in eight starts since his promotion to High-A Port St. Lucie, with a 2.13 ERA and 56 strike outs in 50 2/3 innings.
- Elisaul Pimentel threw five scoreless innings on Tuesday, as the Royals prospect struck out six while scattering three hits, according to The Winson-Salem Journal.
- Adam Duvall continues his slugging ways, as the Giants third base prospect homered in his fourth straight game, writes Ashley Marshall of MiLB.com. Duvall now has 25 on the season, a number that would seem to be inflated by the hitter-friendly California League had Duvall not hit 22 last season in a more difficult hitter's league, the South Atlantic League.
- Tigers 1B prospect Aaron Westlake knocked a game-tying RBI single in the 9th inning, says MLive.com.
- A's prospect A.J. Cole took a no-decision despite throwing five strong innings, allowing just one run and fanning five.
- Eddie Rosario, now playing second base, hit his eighth home run of the season on Tuesday. It's been a drop-off in power for Rosario who hit 21 last season in 67 short-season games, but the left-handed swinger is still having a strong season, hitting .313/.372/.502 in the Midwest League in his first taste of full-season baseball.
- Two power hitting prospects put on a display in Everett on Tuesday as Mike Zunino connected for his eighth blast as part of a 5 RBI day. Not to be outdone was Cubs 1B prospect Dan Vogelbach who homered for the second straight game.