Starting the Phillies' 3-2 loss against Houston was right-hander
Jake Thompson ( ), who allowed one unearned run on three hits in two innings, striking out one. His catcher No. 55 overall Andrew Knapp, the club's , went 2-for-3 out of the three-hole, and right fielder No. 9 prospect Nick Williams ( ) reached base three times in five plate appearances. No. 64 overall
Thompson strikes out Duffy
HOU@PHI: Thompson strikes out Duffy looking
3/3/16: Jake Thompson strikes out Matt Duffy for the first out of the 2nd inning
More notable performances by top prospects
• In Brewers split squad action, recently-acquired catcher Jacob Nottingham, the
, went 2-for-3 with a pair of doubles in a 2-1 win over the Cubs. Left-hander club's new No. 10 prospect Josh Hader ( ) fired two dominant innings in relief, striking out three hitters and generating two groundball outs. No. 61 overall
Pirates No. 6 prospect Harold Ramirez went 2-for-2 with a double and two runs scored in a 10-8 loss against the Blue Jays.
Roemon Fields doesn't hit home runs often, but the got one on Thursday when he took Blue Jays' No. 14 prospect Guido Knudson deep in the top of the seventh inning in Toronto's 10-8 win over Pittsbrugh.
Trea Turner, , hopes to break camp as the Nationals' everyday shortstop, and he helped his case Thursday with a solo home run in the sixth inning of the club's 9-4 win over the Mets. MLBPipeline.com's No. 11 overall prospect
Astros No. 27 prospect Matt Duffy hit solo home run off Ernesto Frieri, which turned out to be the difference in Houston's 3-2 win over Philly.
Duffy's solo smash
HOU@PHI: Duffy slugs a solo home run to deep left
3/3/16: Matt Duffy launches a solo home run to deep left field off Ernesto Frieri to extend the Astros' lead to 3-0
• In his first game action since July 2014,
( Orioles No. 1 prospect ) No. 85 overall Hunter Harvey allowed two hits and struck out one in a scoreless seventh inning.
Rockies No. 11 prospect Trevor Story, who is competing for the team's Opening Day shortstop gig, launched a three-run homer off Zack Godley in a 6-5 win over Arizona, while David Dahl ( ) finished 2-for-2 with a double, RBI and stolen base after replacing No. 46 overall Carlos Gonzalez in right field. Top Prospects: Story, COL
Top Prospects: Trevor Story, INF, Rockies
2016 MLB.com Top Prospects: Trevor Story found more consistency in 2015, setting career highs for batting average and homers
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