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Glasnow fans ten, Taillon (slightly?) hurt

Tyler Glasnow dominated in five innings, Jameson Taillon got hit with a line drive but walked off, and Andrew Lambo went deep again

Tuesday's games:

-- Indianapolis dropped a 3-1 decision to the excessively appellated Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders. Brandon Cumpton had a good start, allowing three runs, two earned, in seven innings. He allowed only five hits and two walks, and fanned eight. The Indians, obviously missing Jordy Mercer and Josh Harrison, had only five hits, three by Felix Pie. Tony Sanchez added a double and Jerry Sands drew three walks.

-- Jameson Taillon left his start after getting hit on the leg with a line drive. He was able to walk off the field, so hopefully it's nothing major. Taillon scuffled through his start, giving up seven hits in three-plus innings. He walked one and struck out three. Harrisburg got two unearned runs in the first, then two earned runs off Taillon when Nate Baker relieved and let two inherited runners score. Baker allowed four more of his own and now sports a 16.03 ERA. Jhonathan Ramos came on to allow another five, and Altoona lost, 13-2. The Curve offense continued to be a lost cause, getting only three hits. Still, their 3-29 performance left them with a team batting average for the day that's 26 points higher than John McDonald's on the year. Andrew Lambo (pictured) hit his sixth HR and third in four games to provide one run. Gift Ngoepe doubled in the other to raise his average to .122.

-- Bradenton lost to Dunedin, 3-1. Starter Eliecer Navarro fanned six in five innings, but gave up six hits, two walks and three runs, dropping his record to 0-6. Alen Hanson went 1-3 with a walk and Gregory Polanco 1-4 with two strikeouts. The lone run scored on Benji Gonzalez' first HR, which matched his career high.

-- Tyler Glasnow fanned ten in five innings to lead West Virginia to a 4-2 win over Greenville. Glasnow allowed just one hit and one run, but did walk four. He's had control issues in all but his first start, but opponents are hitting just .129 against him. Jason Creasy fanned four in two innings of relief, as the Power staff totaled 16 Ks on the day. Josh Bell went 2-5 with two whiffs and Stetson Allie went 0-3 with a walk. Junior Sosa and Raul Fortunato each had two hits.