-- Kingham gave up six runs on ten hits in six and a third innings as Indianapolis lost to Louisville, 8-3. He walked none and struck out six. Chris McGuiness went 3-4 with two doubles.
-- Alen Hanson and Keon Broxton each went 2-4 with a double and a HR as Altoona bested Harrisburg, 7-4. The long balls were Hanson's eighth and Broxton's sixth. Kelson Brown and Drew Maggi each had two hits, and Stetson Allie was 1-3 with a walk. Joan Montero allowed one run on four hits and a walk in six innings. He fanned three.
NOTE: For those who found John Holdzkom interesting, he's been promoted to Indianapolis to fill an injury-related opening.
-- Glasnow ran into a rare form of trouble, for him; he walked only one, but gave up seven hits in six and a third innings. That led to four runs, three earned. He fanned six. Bradenton lost the game, 4-1, to Palm Beach. Walker Gourley was 2-3. Josh Bell went 1-4.
-- Dickson (pictured) has had a mostly rough time in his first full year, but he had an excellent start to lead West Virginia to a 5-1 win over offensive powerhouse Greensboro. Dickson threw seven shutout innings, allowing just four hits and a walk, and striking out seven. JaCoby Jones stayed hot, going 2-4 with his eleventh HR and third in five games. Edwin Espinal was 2-4 with a double and Elvis Escobar 2-4.
-- Jamestown left a dozen runners on base in a 3-2 loss to State College. Michael Fransoso, Kevin Ross and a rehabbing Dan Gamache all had two hits. Chase Simpson hit his third HR. Taylor Gushue was 1-2 with two walks.
-- Bristol committed another five errors, giving them 17 in three games, in an 11-7 loss to Pulaski. Jerrick Suiter was 2-5 with a double and a triple, Enyel Vallejo 2-4 with a double, and Trae Arbet 1-4 with a double. Starter Omar Basulto gave up two unearned runs on six hits and no walks in four innings. He struck out five.
-- The GCL Pirates took advantage of eight walks to beat the Braves, 7-6. Carlos Munoz was 2-2 with two walks and Andrew Lambo had a HR and a walk in four plate appearances. Barrett Barnes also continued his rehab, going 0-2 with two walks. Cole Tucker was 0-4 with a walk. Mitch Keller and Trey Supak made their first appearances, combining for three and two-thirds scoreless innings. Keller started and pitched two innings, allowing three hits and no walks, and fanning two. Supak allowed a hit in an inning and two-thirds. He also walked none and fanned two.
-- The DSL Pirates gave up seven runs in the last two innings and lost to the Yankees2, 7-4. Starter Luis Escobar threw five shutout innings, allowing just one hit and three walks. He struck out three. Raul Siri was 2-3 with a double and a walk, and Patrick Reyes 2-4 with his first HR. Adrian Valerio was 1-5 and Edison Lantigua 1-4 with a double.