- Jurickson Profar hit a grand slam on Sunday, says Jake Seiner of MiLB.com, just the second of the season for the Rangers top prospect. Profar has, however, continued to control the strike zone at the Triple-A level, drawing 10 walks in 13 games against 13 strike outs.
- Kyle Gibson continues to alternate strong starts with poor ones. This time out, he struggled, allowing three runs in five innings while walking four.
- Despite his struggles this spring, Bruce Rondon is pitching well in Triple-A, recording his third save of the season on Sunday. The Tigers reliever has yet to allow an earned run on the season and has walked just two batters in 7 2/3 innings.
- Gerrit Cole managed to throw four scoreless innings despite walking five and striking out just two in the outing. It's the second time this season that the Pirates top prospect has had to leave a start early because of a high pitch count.
- Braves lefty Alex Wood threw seven scoreless innings on Sunday, writes Danny Wild of MiLB.com. Wood now has a 1.12 ERA over his first three starts, with 17 strike outs in 16 innings and just a pair of walks.
- Kevin Gausman wasn't great again, allowing three runs (just one earned) in five innings in his latest start. The Orioles' 2012 first-rounder has allowed at least three runs in three of his four starts, including six each in two of them, but has struck out 21 batters in as many innings.
- Dodgers lefty Chris Reed tossed seven scoreless innings on Sunday, lowering his ERA to 3.13 on the season. Reed's strike out rate has dropped to just 5.48 K/9 this season, but he's also lowered his BB/9 rate to a career low 2.74 in the early going this season.
- Miguel Sano hit a home run on Sunday, his sixth of the season, but was ejected while rounding the bases for taunting the opposing team, notes Ashley Marshall of MiLB.com. The Twins top prospect his hitting .375/.438/.734 on the season and likely won't be in the Florida State League for long.
- Robbie Ray struck out 10 batters in six innings of work, but the Nationals lefty also walked four batters in the outing, says Luke Erickson of NationalsProspects.com.
- Perci Garner continues to pitch well, but the Phillies right-hander had to navigate around four walks in six scoreless innings.
- After a slow start, Alen Hanson broke out with a 4-for-5 game on Sunday to bring his batting average up to .242 on the season.
- Bubba Starling blasted his second home run of the season as part of a 2-for-5 day that saw the Royals prospect raise his batting average to .156 on the season. Starling has struggled to make contact in his first taste of full-season ball, striking out 26 times in his first 18 games.
- Josh Bell also hit his second home run of the season as part of a 4-hit day and is now hitting .288/.325/.493 on the season.
- Carlos Correa, last year's top overall draft pick by the Houston Astros, hit a pair of home runs on Sunday as part of a three-hit day and his first multi-homer game of his professional career.