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Sadler goes eight, Oliver goes six scoreless

Casey Sadler allowed just two hits over eight innings and accounted for most of Altoona's offense, Andy Oliver worked through some control problems, and Gregory Polanco went deep

West Virginia was rained out on Monday, everybody else was in action.

-- Indianapolis got six scoreless innings from Andy Oliver and shut out Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, 5-0. Oliver allowed only two hits and fanned five, but he walked four and threw 101 pitches, 64 for strikes. Jared Hughes pitched the 9th, walking one and striking out one. The Indians got all five runs off Chien-Ming Wang. Alex Presley went 3-5, Jared Goedert and Matt Hague each went 2-5. Felix Pie hit his first HR and Ivan De Jesus, Jr., hit a two-run double.

-- Casey Sadler (pictured) went eight innings on just 88 pitches as Altoona beat Harrisburg, 3-1. Sadler allowed just two hits and the one run was unearned. He walked two and fanned four. Tim Alderson pitched the 9th for his second save. The Curve had just three hits, one of them a two-run single by Sadler. Alex Dickerson drove in the third run with his third HR.

-- Bradenton came from behind to tie their game against Dunedin, but lost 8-7 when Joan Montero wild-pitched in a run with two outs in the bottom of the 9th. Starter Adrian Sampson struggled, giving up seven runs, six earned, in 4.2 IP. He gave up eight hits, two of them HRs, and walked one and struck out one. Taylor Lewis and Benji Gonzalez each had three hits. Willy Garcia went 2-5 with a triple and Dan Gamache also went 2-5. Gregory Polanco went 1-2 with his fourth HR and three walks. Alen Hanson went 0-5.