Action was light on Monday as Altoona and Jamestown were off and Bradenton was rained for the third straight day, the second straight washed-out doubleheader.
-- Jameson Taillon suffered from some wildness in the 1st but recovered to throw four scoreless innings afterward. He loaded the bases in the 1st on two walks and a hit batsman and then gave up a three-run double. In the end he allowed three hits and three walks, and fanned five. After throwing 29 pitches in the 1st, he finished with 46 strikes in 79 pitches. On the scoreboard, Indianapolis lost to Louisville, 6-4. Matt Hague went 3-4 and Andrew Lambo hit a two-run HR, his 15th in AAA. Vic Black threw a 1-2-3 inning, striking out one.
-- West Virginia took an 8-2 lead and then hung on for a 9-7 win over Delmarva. Dilson Herrera went 2-5 with a two-run double, Eric Wood had a double and three RBIs, and Chris Diaz hit his first HR. Walker Gourley and Jordan Steranka each had two hits. Josh Bell didn't play. Starter John Kuchno allowed two runs in five innings. Ryan Hafner fanned five in three relief innings, but gave up two runs, one earned.
-- The GCL Pirates blew a two-run lead in the bottom of the 9th, but beat the Tigers, 12-9, in ten innings. Austin Meadows (pictured -- he's not the one with the Bart Simpson hair) went 3-6 and is now hitting .304. Reese McGuire went 2-6. Wyatt Mathisen made his first rehab appearance, going 1-3. Enyel Vallejo hit his second HR, Daniel Arribas went 2-3, Nick Buckner went 2-5 and Carlos Ozuna went 2-4. Starter Neil Kozikowski threw three scoreless innings, allowing three hits and no walks, and fanning two.
-- The DSL Pirates2 had their game against the Reds suspended with two outs in the top of the 10th with the score 1-1. Michael De La Cruz went 2-5 and Horelbin Ramos threw five scoreless innings in relief.
No results were available for the DSL Pirates1.