- The Pawtucket Red Sox took a doubleheader sweep on Friday, thanks to a gem from Allen Webster in Game 1 and the first Triple-A home run for Xander Bogaerts in Game 2.
- Trevor Bauer struck out six batters over five innings and allowed two runs, but just one earned, notes The Coulmbus Dispatch.
- Tigers prospect Bruce Rondon recorded another save, but he did give up a run in this outing, despite striking out three.
- Adam Conley earned his sixth win of the season after striking out eight batters over seven innings of work. The Marlins left-hander got all the run support he would need from a pair of home runs by Jake Marisnick and Kyle Jensen.
- Chris Reed allowed just one run over eight strong innings of work and got run support from fellow Dodgers prospect Joc Pederson, who hit his ninth home run of the season.
- Padres pitching prospect Keyvius Sampson didn't allow a run over 5 2/3 innings of work on Friday to earn his fourth win of the season.
- Mike O'Neill continues to defy logic as the Cardinals prospect reached base five times, going 3-for-3 with a pair of walks, raising his batting average to .332 and his on-base percentage to .442 on the year.
- Courtney Hawkins continued to show off his power potential despite his propensity for striking out, as the White Sox prospect blasted his 12th home run of the season.
- A's slugger Max Muncy hit his 17th home run of the season on Friday, continuing his assault on the California League and pushing for a mid-season promotion.
- The Cleveland Indians Carolina League affiliate put up 18 hits on Friday but lost, despite three hits each from Tyler Naquin and Troy Wolters, who is now working as a catcher.
- Chris Stratton continued his winning ways in the South Atlantic League on Friday night, advancing to 7-3 after striking out 9 batters in six innings of work. The Giants first-round pick from 2012 out of Mississippi State is having no problem adjusting to full-season ball, working his ERA down to 3.56 while striking out over a batter per inning.
- Another 2012 first-rounder, Nick Travieso, earned his first win as a professional, allowing just one run over five innings of work. Travieso was supported by fellow Reds prospect and 2012 draftee Jesse Winker, who hit his ninth home run of the season.