- Tom Koehler turned in his shortest outing of the season, says Tim Grubbs of NOLA.com, as the Marlins pitching prospect allowed eight runs in 2 1/3 innings.
- Mike Montgomery took his first loss of the season, allowing three runs in six innings of work while fanning four.
- Shelby Miller got hit hard on Monday, giving up seven runs (four earned) without getting out of the fourth inning, as the Cardinals prospect took his third loss of the season as his ERA rose to 4.30 on the year.
- Jean Segura went 2-for-5 with three RBI's in support of fellow Angels prospect Ariel Pena, who struck out eight over six innings, reports Danny Wild of MiLB.com.
- Jonathan Villar had a night on Monday that makes it look like his bat is catching up with his glove, says Sam Dykstra of MiLB.com, as the shortstop prospect went 4-for-5 with two RBI's and a stolen base.
- Ethan Martin continues his bounceback season, notes Jim Shonerd of Baseball America, as the Dodgers righty allowed just two hits over five scoreless innings on Monday night.
- Greg Billo has struggled this season since the Royals mandated that he pocked his best pitch - his slider - in order to get more work with his other pitches, but he was allowed to use it again on Monday night and he tossed seven shutout innings as a result, notes Sam Dykstra of MiLB.com.
- Anthony Ranaudo struggled in his first Double-A start, allowing just three hits in 4 2/3 innings, but five walks by the Red Sox prospect allowed led to five earned runs, says Kevin Thomas of The Portland Press Herald.
- Andrew Chafin won't let himself fade into the depths of the Diamondbacks pitching prospects, writes Jim Shonerd of Baseball America, as the lefty struck out 12 over seven innings in his latest start.
- Rays OF Mike Mahtook hit his first home run of the season, notes David Heck of MiLB.com.
- Luke Jackson turned in a stellar performance in the first game of a double header, as the Rangers pitching prospect struck out nine over 6 2/3 innings, according to Mark Parker of The Hickory Daily Record.
- Nick Castellanos continued his hot hitting, as the Tigers third base prospect drove in the game-winning run in the 10th inning on Monday, reports The [Lakeland] Ledger.
- Delino DeShields, Jr. was the difference in the game for his Astros teammates on Monday night, as the second base prospect scored two runs, one after a single and one after a walk and a steal, in what turned out to be a one-run victory, says Lexington Herald-Ledger.
- Javier Baez is still in extended spring training with the Cubs, but it's not for lack of performance, as the shortstop prospect blasted two more homers, giving him eight in 24 EST games, reports TheCubReporter.com.