Wentz (Braves' No. 13) tied his career high with seven strikeouts in five scoreless frames for Rome. The 19-year-old lefty threw 48 of his 73 pitches for strikes and gave up five hits without walking a batter. However, Rome's offense wasn't able to get much going and, despite the effort, Wentz was stuck with a no-decision.
Lucas Sims (Braves' No. 18) improved to 4-0 as he led Gwinnett to a 6-2 win over Columbus with 6 2/3 scoreless innings. The 23-year-old struck out 10 batters, a season-high, and gave up just two hits and a walk. Sims has posted two scoreless starts this season and owns a 2.16 ERA through seven starts spanning 41 2/3 innings.
Other top prospect performances from Sunday's action:
• No. 12 overall prospect Brendan Rodgers (Rockies' No. 1) may have finished a double shy of the cycle, but he did extend his hitting streak to 12 games as part of a perfect day at the plate for Class A Advanced Lancaster. Rodgers hit his first triple of the season, stole his first base and also homered for the third time as part of a 4-for-4, two-RBI day that boosted his average to .418 through 19 games.
• No. 37 overall prospect Braxton Garrett (Marlins' No. 1) earned his first professional win after throwing five strong innings for Class A Greensboro. Garrett, who gave up an unearned run in 4 2/3 innings during his professional debut on May 8, gave up one run on two hits in five innings Sunday. The 2016 first-round pick has struck out four in both of his outings.
• Jake Bauers (Rays' No. 4, No. 67 overall) homered, notched his first three-hit game of the season and scored the game-winning run in the bottom of the 11th as Triple-A Durham topped Toledo, 4-3. Bauers gave the Bulls a 3-1 lead with a two-run homer, his third of the season, in the sixth, but Durham couldn't hold onto the lead. Bauers reached again in the 11th with a one-out base hit and scored one batter later when Patrick Leonard doubled to right field.
• No. 90 overall prospect Chance Sisco (Orioles' No. 1) picked a good time to hit his first homer of the season for Triple-A Norfolk. Sisco, who has hit six homers in each of the past two seasons, belted a pinch-hit go-ahead two-run homer in the top of the 9th. However, Austin Meadows (Pirates' No. 1, No. 6 overall) got the last laugh with a walk-off single in the 11th for Indianapolis.
• Ronald Guzman (Rangers' No. 4) turned in his second career multi-homer game, going deep twice in Triple-A Round Rock's loss to Tacoma. Guzman finished 2-for-3 with three RBIs after hitting a solo homer in the fourth and a two-run blast in the eighth.
• Ryan Mountcastle (Orioles' No. 5) had hits in both halves of Class A Advanced Frederick's doubleheader, but it wasn't enough as Wilmington swept the Keys. Mountcastle collected a trio of knocks in the first game and finished the day a combined 4-for-6 with two doubles, an RBI and a run scored.
• Oscar De La Cruz (Cubs' No. 5) put together his longest start of the season and led Class A Advanced Myrtle Beach to a 7-0 win over Lynchburg in Game 1 of a doubleheader. De La Cruz, who has given up just one earned run over his past 13 innings, gave up five hits in a seven-inning complete game, the first of his career. The right-hander only struck out one but didn't walk any as he fired 54 of his 71 pitches for strikes.
• Jaime Barria (Angels' No. 10) spun seven innings, a career high, for the second time in his past three starts for Class A Advanced Inland Empire. The 20-year-old right-hander struck out a career-best nine in the 66ers' 5-2 win over San Jose. Barria didn't walk a batter and gave up one run on six hits. Over his past three starts, Barria has surrendered just three runs in 20 innings.
• Josh Morgan (Rangers' No. 13) hit a walk-off grand slam and collected a career-high five RBIs for Class A Advanced Down East. Morgan, who has already notched four homers this season after hitting a career-best seven in 2016, has gone deep in each of his past two games and is 5-for-8 in that span.