- In what may turn out to have been an audition for a spot in the Mets rotation, Matt Harvey was solid, allowing two runs over 6 2/3 innings, but walking four, says Robert Emrich of MiLB.com.
- Charlie Leesman took the loss on Monday, allowing four runs (three earned) in just three innings, to fall to 7-8 on the season despite an ERA that rose to just 2.82 after the poor outing, notes The Charlotte Observer.
- Rudy Owens earned his 8th win of the season thanks to run support from fellow Pirates prospects Starling Marte and Tony Sanchez, both of whom homered, according to Nancy Zinni of PiratesProspects.com.
- Kyle Skipworth's home run was the difference for the Marlins Double-A affiliate on Monday, notes The Florida Times-Union.
- Nick Castellanos went 2-for-5, but the Tigers prospect looked "shaky" in right field, according to Mike Copper of The Erie Times-News.
- Jake Marisnick hit his first home run since the Blue Jays promoted him to Double-A 10 games ago as part of a 4-for-8 double header, says Ashley Marshall of MiLB.com.
- Red Sox lefty Drake Britton gave up eight runs without getting out of the fourth inning, writes Kevin Thomas of The Portland Press Herald.
- White Sox starter Jacob Petricka got tagged for four runs in six innings of work while striking out six, writes The Winston-Salem Journal.
- Jose Fernandez took a loss despite allowing just one run over five strong innings while striking out eight.
- Orioles 3B prospect Jason Esposito turned in a career-high four hit night, reports Tucker Blair of Orioles-Nation.com.
- Justin Nicolino earned his fifth win of the season despite giving up four runs in 5 1/3 innings.
- Mariners fourth overall pick Mike Zunino hit his first home run as a professional, notes The Seattle Times.