- Kevin Gausman continues to struggle since being yo-yo'ed back and forth from the majors by the Orioles, allowing two runs and five hits while failing to get out of the fourth inning, notes David Hall of The Virginia-Pilot.
- Tony Sanchez went 3-for-3 with a home run as he continues to make his case to be the Pirates backup catcher down the stretch or next season.
- Mike Olt went 2-for-3 with a double and a homer, helping to rebuild his trade value as the Rangers shop for major league help at the trade deadline.
- Kyle Zimmer's Double-A debut was a success, says Michael Engel of KingsofKauffman.com. The Royals right-hander went six scoreless innings while striking out five.
- Astros catching prospect Max Stassi has been red-hot of late and on Sunday, he homered for the fifth straight game, notes Jake Seiner of MiLB.com.
- Michael Almanzar may have been passed on the Red Sox organizational depth chart by other infielders at this point, but he still has talented, as evidenced by his three-hit game on Sunday that included a home run, writes Kevin Thomas of The Portland Press-Herald.
- In his first start since the Future's Game, Diamondbacks right-hander Archie Bradley struck out eight batters in 5 1/3 innings, acccording to Josh Jackson of MiLB.com.
- Marlins 2012 first-rounder Andrew Heaney allowed just a pair of singles over six innings to extend his scoreless innings streak to 22 innings, reports Ashley Marshall of MiLB.com.
- A bases loaded triple by Pirates shortstop prospect Alen Hansen proved to be the difference in Bradenton on Sunday, notes The Lakeland Ledger.
- Courtney Hawkins hit his 17th home run of the season. The White Sox outfielder has had his struggles this year, and is still batting below .200, but he has shown good power.
- A 16-hit effort by the Kane County Cougars was led by multi-hit games from Cubs prospects Gioskar Amaya, Albert Almora, and Dan Vogelbach.
- Brewers 2012 first-round pick Victor Roache hit his 12th homer of the season but was outdone by a 9th inning home run by Reds prospect Jesse Winker.
- Twins outfielder Adam Brett Walker hit his 21st home run of the season, this one coming off of Padres prospect Joe Ross.