- Charlie Leesman earned his third win of the season, acording to the Charlotte Observer, as the White Sox pitching prospect threw 6 2/3 scoreless innings, striking out seven.
- Joey Terdoslavich went 2-for-4 with a double, raising his average to .193, as the Braves third base prospect continues to adjust to Triple-A after skipping a level this season.
- Jefry Marte's only hit of the game came at the right time, as the Mets third base prospect delivered an RBI single in the 9th inning of a scoreless game to give his team the victory, says Tim Heiman of The Binghamton Mets.
- Trevor May turned in an inconsistent start, as the Phillies top prospect gave up three runs (two earned) in five innings, but walked four batters, including one with the bases loaded.
- Jameson Taillon turned in one of the worst starts of his career, as the Pirates prospect giving up six earned runs in 5 2/3 innings, and his first two home runs of the season, including a two-run blast to Wilmer Flores.
- C.J. Cron went 2-for-4 with a double and four RBI's, as the Angels first base prospect continues his hot May after a rough april, says David Heck of MiLB.com.
- Delino Deshields, Jr. broke out on Wednesday with a 2-for-4 day at the plate that included four stolen bases for the Astros second base prospect, according to Sam Dykstra of MiLB.com. He's still hitting just .241, but he's now stolen 24 bases in 25 attempts.
- Wilmer Font picked up his first win of the season, writes John Dell of The Winston-Salem Journal, tossing five strong innings, allowing just one earned run and striking out five.
- Yankees top prospect Gary Sanchez went 2-for-5 with a double and a home run, just his second of the year, notes Mike Ashmore of ThunderBaseball.com.
- Dodgers outfield prospect James Baldwin broke out of an 0-for-23 slump with a walk-off double, says Robert Emrich of MiLB.com. Baldwin is hitting just .170 on the season and has yet to homer.
- Garin Cecchini went 2-for-5 with a walk-off double on Wednesday night, reports Jim Shonerd of Baseball America, giving the Red Sox 13 two-baggers on the season
- Luke Jackson got roughed up, giving up six runs in just two innings, dropping the Rangers prospect to 2-4 on the season, writes Paul Fogelman of The Hickory Daily Record.