- Mariners prospect Andrew Carraway took a no-hitter into the seventh inning on Friday night, reports Todd Dewey of The [Tacoma] News Tribune, striking out five in the outing and lowering his ERA to 3.38 on the season.
- Andre Rienzo allowed six runs (five earned) in 5 1/3 innings, notes the Charlotte Observer. For the White Sox right-hander from Brazil, the rough outing raises his ERA to 7.71 on the season.
- Sean Gilmartin threw eight innings of one-run baseball as the Braves left-hander advanced to 2-0 on the season and lowered his ERA to 2.40.
- Nick Castellanos went 3-for-5 with a home run and the Tigers top prospect is now six for his last 12 and has homered in three of his past four games.
- Despite taking a loss on the night, Mets right-hander Rafael Montero was strong once again, allowing two runs in five innings but striking out eight in the process.
- No matter where Marcell Ozuna plays, he hits for power. The Marlins outfield prospect added another home run on Friday night, his fourth in his last three games, and he's now hitting .345 in his first seven games since being promoted to Double-A.
- Tyler Matzek showed just how dominant he can be if he keeps his control in check, as the Rockies left-hander walked just one batter over five strong innings, striking out six and allowing just three hits.
- Maikel Franco had a huge night at the plate, hitting a pair of home runs en route to a seven-RBI day. The Phillies third base prospect is now hitting .300/.351/.544 on the season.
- Twins prospect Miguel Sano hit his 9th home run of the season.
- Angel Villalona is still getting re-acclimated to professional baseball, hitting just .193 on the season, but the Giants slugger did hit his fifth home run of the season on Friday, showing that the power is still there.