- Shelby Miller looked good on Tuesday night, throwing six scoreless innings to get the win, notes Ashley Marshall of MiLB.com. The Cardinals future ace is now 4-2 on the season.
- Jeff Locke allowed three runs over seven innings, but got stuck with a loss, writes Nancy Zinni of PiratesProspects.com.
- Tom Koehler won his fourth consecutive start, as the Marlins righty tossed six innings and allowed two runs (one earned) to earn his fourth win of the season, according to Lyons Yellin of The New Orleans Times-Picayune.
- Red Sox shortstop prospect Jose Iglesias homered for just the second time in his professional career, writes WPRI.com.
- The Rangers watched a pitching prospect get rocked in Triple-A for the second straight night, as Neil Ramirez allowed eight runs in three-plus innings, says Todd Milles of The [Tacoma] News-Tribune.
- Former top prospect Tim Alderson, who is trying to re-establish himself as a starter, out-pitched Orioles pitcher Bobby Bundy on Tuesday, as the Pirates righty threw five innings, allowing three runs, says PiratesProspects.com. Alderson's velocity reportedly fluctuated throughout the game, which has been his biggest problem over the years.
- Phillies catcher Sebastian Valle welcomed Anthony Ranaudo to Double-A with a home run, writes Mike Drago of The Portland Press Herald.
- Jurickson Profar got three hits to extend his hit streak to 25 games in support of Barret Loux, who became the first eight game winner in the minor leagues, notes John Parker of MiLB.com.
- The Cardinals got a strong start in Double-A as well, as Trevor Rosenthal threw six innings, allowing just an unearned run, says Danny Wild of MiLB.com.
- In an eventful game, Pat Doyle made a spot start and retired 16 straight at one point, says Robert Emrich of MiLB.com, to defeat Ian Krol, as the A's prospect allowed five runs in four innings, although only one was earned. Doyle was suppored offensively by Reds top prospect Billy Hamilton, who went 2-for-4 with a double and a triple.
- Garrett Gould dropped to 0-4 on the season, as the Dodgers prospect gave up five runs (four earned) over six innings to raise his ERA on the season to 5.08.
- David Holmberg gave up nine runs (seven earned) in 5 1/3 innings but still got the win because his Diamondbacks teammates scored 26 runs in support of him in a crazy California League game.
- Matt Skole went 4-for-4 with two home runs, says Sam Dykstra of MiLB.com, giving the Nationals third base prospect eight on the season.
- Adam Conley advanced to 4-0, tossing five strong innings and striking out six.