- Zack Wheeler put together the best start of his season, throwing six shutout innings and walking just one, according to Jonathan Raymond of MiLB.com. Wheeler has now put together back-to-back solid starts after struggling to begin the year.
- Dellin Betances threw five no-hit innings on Sunday, reports Ashley Marshall of MiLB.com, but true to form for the Yankees right-hander, he walked four in the outing. It was a season-high in walks for Betances, who has given out 16 free passes in 24 innings.
- A two-run double for Mike Zunino proved to be the difference on Sunday, notes The Seattle Times. The Mariners catcher got off to a hot start at the beginning of the season, but is just 3-for-30 over his past eight games.
- Jake Odorizzi and his Rays teammates combined on a no-hitter on Sunday, says Jake Seiner of MiLB.com. Odorizzi struck out three and walked four in the outing, lowering his ERA to 2.65 on the season.
- Dodgers outfielder Joc Pederson, often times over-shadowed within his own organization, broke out of a early-season slump on Sunday with a 4-for-6 day at the plate that included a home run, notes Raymond.
- Aaron Northcraft lowered his ERA to 3.46 on Sunday with five scoreless innings and six strike outs. The Braves prospect broke out last season in the Carolina League, but has alternated good starts with poor ones so far in the Southern League.
- Kevin Gausman dropped to 1-4 on the season despite allowing just two runs in seven innings of work. The Orioles 2012 first-rounder has now allowed two earned runs or less in his last three starts.
- Domingo Tapia threw six innings of two-hit ball, reports Seiner, lowering the Mets right-hander's ERA to 2.23 on the season. Tapia has been strong this season in his second year in full-season ball, striking out 28 batters in 32 1/3 innings.
- Giants slugger Angel Villalona hit his sixth home run of the season and now has his batting average up to .214 thanks to 11 hits in his last 10 games.
- Gregory Polanco raised his batting average to .321 on the year with a 3-for-5 day at the plate that included a double and a home run. The Pirates outfielder is now slugging .486 on the season and also has 10 steals.
- Twins prospect Jose Berrios advanced to 3-0 on the season after striking out eight batters in six innings of work. The 2012 first-round pick now sports a 2.55 ERA on the season with 21 strike outs in 17 2/3 innings.
- Tyrell Jenkins threw a complete game shutout on Sunday, lowering his ERA to 4.97 on the season. The Cardinals prospect needed just 97 pitches to complete the outing.