- Jonathan Schoop's three-hit day, which included his third home run of the season, was just a part of the offensive onslaught put forth by his Orioles teammates in their 14-1 drubbing on Sunday. Schoop is now hitting .349 over his past 10 games, but still just .268 on the season.
- Nick Franklin hit a go-ahead home run in the 13th inning to seal the deal for his Mariners teammates on Sunday. For Franklin it was part of a 3.for-6 day that saw his batting average rise to .349 as he continues to make his case for a call-up.
- On a home run-filled afternoon, A's outfielder Michael Choice hit his eighth blast of the year while Brewers outfielder Khris Davis hit a pair of bombs.
- Anthony Rendon had a perfect game at the plate, one which included his fourth home run of the season, and the Nationals prospect is now hitting .452 (14-for-31) since his return to the minors.
- Jesus Aguilar hit his fourth home run of the season as part of a day in which he reached base three times. The Indians first base prospect has struggled to carry his 2012 success over into the Double-A level this year and is slugging just .381 on the season.
- Anthony Ranaudo advanced to 5-1 on the season as the Red Sox prospect tossed six shutout innings while striking out five. The outing lowered his ERA to 1.38 on the season.
- On-base magician Mike O'Neill reached safely three more times on Sunday, collecting a pair of hits and a walk. The Cardinals outfielder is now hitting .340 on the season with a .489 on-base percentage.
- Clayton Blackburn struggled for the third straight start as the Giants prospect allowed five runs (four earned) in four innings. Blackburn has now allowed at least four runs in three consecutive outings after not allowing more than two in any of his first four starts.
- Tyler Naquin hit his third home run of the season. The Indians outfielder is now hitting .291/.346/.454 on the season.
- After struggling in Triple-A this season and Double-A last season, Angels prospect Orangel Arenas is back in the California League and turned in a dominant start in his first outing, allowing just one run in seven innings.
- In a crazy offensive day, the Twins got impressive performances at the plate from two of their top picks from last year's draft. Byron Buxton, the second overall pick, went 4-for-7 to raise his batting average to .352 on the year, but he was outdone by third-rounder Adam Brett Walker, who went 4-for-6 with two doubles and two home runs.
- Cubs first baseman Rock Shoulders continues to display his power, hitting a grand slam on Sunday, his eighth home run of the season.