- Jake Odorizzi has been up and down to the majors this season, but in his latest Triple-A start, the Rays right-hander was excellent, tossing six innings and allowing just an unearned run, notes The Charlotte Observer.
- Phillies righty Ethan Martin struck out eight over six innings to earn his 10th win of the season, but allowed three runs including a home run to Red Sox top prospect Xander Bogaerts.
- George Springer hit his seventh home run in 14 games since the Astros promoted him to Triple-A as he continues to make his case for his final call-up.
- Christian Yelich had a rough night at the plate in his return to action fom injury as the Marlins prospect went 0-for-4 which included a strikeout with the bases loaded, reports Jeff Elliott of The Florida Times-Union.
- White Sox left-hander Scott Snodgrass threw a five-inning rain-shortened complete game on Wednesday, allowing just one run, according to Jon Reed of AL.com.
- Astros prospect Ross Seaton struck out eight batters and allowed only one run in six innings of work in a game that was decided 10 innings after he exited it.
- Stetson Allie had a perfect night at the plate as the Pirates first baseman went 2-for-2 with a home run and a pair of walks.
- Recently promoted A's prospect Michael Ynoa got roughed up for the second time in two California League starts, allowing six runs in 3 2/3 innings.
- Nationals right-hander A.J. Cole threw three shutout innings in an outing that was shortened because he's headed to the Futures Game.
- Ryan Rua hit a pair of home runs on Wednesday, as the Rangers prospect regained the minor league lead with 28 on the season, notes Robert Emrich of MiLB.com.
- Cubs third base prospect Jeimer Candelario slugged his fifth home run of the season as part of a two-hit day.
- Jesse Winker blasted a grand slam on Wednesday, giving the Reds 2012 first-rounder 10 home runs on the season.