- The bad version of Danny Hultzen showed up on Wednesday, as the Mariners left-hander walked five batters in two innings and allowed six runs, notes The [Tacoma] News Tribune. Hultzen has now allowed ten runs in his last two starts while throwing a total of just three innings.
- Royals prospect Jake Odorizzi threw five shutout innings despite walking five batters while striking out six.
- Sonny Gray threw eight strong innings, allowing just one run, reports Robert Emrich of MiLB.com. The A's pitching prospect has struggled this season, but has turned it on of late, posting a 2.97 ERA over his last-10 starts.
- Brandon Workman got hit around, as the Red Sox prospect turned in his worst Double-A start of the season, allowing eight hits and six runs in two-plus innings, according to Allen Lessels of The Portland Press Herald.
- Adam Morgan took his first Double-A loss after the Phillies left-hander allowed three runs in six innings while walking four.
- Cody Buckel out-pitched Rob Rasumssen, as the Rangers prospect threw five shutout innings while striking out seven to defeat the Astros left-hander, who allowed three runs in 5 1/3 innings for the loss.
- The Springfield Cardinals took a 6-5 loss despite home runs from Kolten Wong and Oscar Taveras.
- Edward Salcedo hit a double and a home run to help lead his Braves teammates to an extra inning victory, notes Jay Spivey of The Winston-Salem Journal.
- Jesse Biddle took a complete-game loss in a 7-inning double-header, allowing four runs in six innings.
- Florida State League hitter-of-the-year Alex Dickerson hit his 13th home run of the season, but was outdone by fellow Pirates prospect Mel Rojas, Jr., who went 4-for-5 with a triple and a home run.
- The Rangers affiliate in Hickory got an extra-inning victory thanks to a 10th inning home run by second base prospect Rougned Odor, says Paul Fogleman of The Hickory Daily Record.
- The Cubs affiliate in Boise put together a 10-hit day, including multiple-hits by Rock Shoulders and Albert Almora and the 10th home run of the season by Dan Vogelbach.
- Jose Berrios, the Twins second first-rounder from this year's draft, threw six shutout innings and struck out seven while allowing just one hit, says Danny Wild of MiLB.com. Berrios' outing was supported by 2012 third-rounder Adam Walker, who hit his first home run of the Appalachian League playoffs after hitting 14 bombs during the season.