- Jonathan Schoop hit another home run, reports The Virginian-Pilot, giving the Orioles infielder six since being promoted to Triple-A, but three in his past four games.
- A four-run second inning was the undoing for Indians right-hander Trevor Bauer, according to Jim Massie of The Columbus Dispatch.
- Mariners left-hander James Paxton was excellent in the month of July, but his August got off to a rough start as he failed to make it out of the third inning, reports Meg Wochnick of The Tacoma Tribune.
- Making his Double-A debut, Andrew Heaney didn't miss a beat, as the Marlins left-hander extended his scoreless innings streak to 34 innings, writes Brandon Simes of MiLB.com.
- Also recently promoted to Double-A, Rangers infielder Rougned Odor collected three hits in his first game at his new level, notes Robert Emrich of MiLB.com.
- Scott Snodgrass took a hard luck loss, despite the White Sox lefty extending his scoreless innings streak to 24 2/3 innings, reports Soloman Crenshaw of AL.com.
- Clayton Blackburn earned his seventh win of the season as the Giants pitching prospect allowed two runs (one earned) over eight strong innings.
- Perci Garner struggled with his control, as the Phillies walked five batters over six innings to take a loss.
- Blue Jays infielder Christian Lopes went 3-for-4 with a home run and five RBI's, notes Ashley Marshall of MiLB.com.
- The Dodgers only allowed 16-year-old lefty Julio Urias to throw two innings, but he struck out three and didn't allow a run in the short outing, says MLive.com.
- Astros righty Lance McCullers struck out seven over six innings to earn his sixth win of the season.