- Grant Green and Michael Choice continue to make their case for the A's to call them up, as each had a pair of hits including a double.
- Phillies right-hander Ethan Martin earned his ninth win of the season on Sunday by tossing eight innings of shutout baseball, according to Ashley Marshall of MiLB.com. Martin has had success in the win-loss column despite walking 5.6 batters per nine innings on the season.
- Anthony Ranaudo took a break from dominating the Eastern League, allowing five runs in as many innings on Sunday, but that didn't stop him from earning his eighth win of the season becuase, you know, wins are stupid. The Red Sox right-hander has been exceptional this year striking out over a batter per inning and demonstrating good control. He could be pushing for a promotion to Triple-A bu the end of the season.
- Cheslor Cuthbert's transition to Double-A hasn't been smooth, but the Royals third base prospect did hit his first home run at the new level as part of a two-hit day at the plate.
- Maikel Franco refuses to slow down. The Phillies top prospect continued his red-hot hitting since moving to Double-A, going 3-for-5 on Sunday with his fourth home run in 11 games for Reading.
- It didn't take long for Byron Buxton to figure out the Florida State League, going 3-for-3 on Sunday with a double and a stolen base. The Twins center fielder is now hitting .333 since the promotion.
- Nick Delmonico is in the midst of a breakout season, as the Orioles third base propsect hit his 13th home run of the season. Delmonico is coming into his power as well as showing patience at the plate.
- Henry Owens has been strong this season, but he took a loss on Sunday after walking five batters in as many innings.
- Rosell Herrera continued his hot hitting, as the Rockies prospect collected three more hits to raise his batting average to .354 on the season.
- Diamondbacks catching prospect Michael Perez struggled to hit in the California League, but in his first game since being demoted to South Bend, he went 3-for-3.
- In his second career start, Dodgers 2013 first-rounder Chris Anderson got roughed up, allowing three runs and walking four batters without getting out of the third inning.