First, let me point out this scouting report on Brandon Tripp that people should find interesting since it gives you video of his swing and the adjustments he has made since being drafted:
Second, and I'm not sure if anybody has noticed, but Chris Tillman has been excellent his past two starts:
12 IP, 0 Runs, 4 Hits, 15 Ks, 5 BBs
Remember, just 20 years old and close to dominating in Double-A. People don't realize he is the youngest pitcher in Double-A. The second youngest? Clayton Kershaw.
Jake Arrieta has also been dominating, striking out close to 30% of batters faced and he has had five starts in which he has gone at least five innings and allowed no more than two hits.
Matt Wieters continues to pummel Frederick, maintaining an OPS over 1.000
Billy Rowell has heated up after a slow start with an .877 OPS in May. He still is striking out way too much and hitting the ball too often on the ground, but it is still nice to see him hitting well right now.
Add in the success of David Hernandez, Brad Bergesen, and Jason Berken in Double-A plus the emergence of little talked about Zach Britton, a projectable lefty in Delmarva that has showed off plus control and a GB% of 69% and there is a lot to like in the minors.