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Dickson debuts; Jhang, Collins go deep

Cody Dickson fanned six in his three-inning pro debut, while Danny Collins, Jin-De Jhang and Jarek Cunningham brought the power

A full slate was scheduled for today, but unfortunately Stetson Allie's Bradenton debut was washed out.

-- Indianapolis edged Norfolk, 2-1. Kris Johnson threw six shutout innings, allowing four hits and two walks, and fanning five. Jose Contreras came on to strike out the game's last batter and pick up a save. The Indians had only five hits. Matt Hague had a double and three walks. The win was Indy's 50th against 25 losses. That's a remarkable record considering that they don't have a single player who's better than Brandon Inge. Or do they?

-- Altoona, which seems to have found something of an offense, topped New Hampshire, 7-4. Jarek Cunningham went 2-3 with a double and his 14th HR. Gift Ngoepe went 2-3 with a double and Mel Rojas, Jr., 3-5 with a double. Gregory Polanco went 1-5. Starter Casey Sadler gave up three runs in six and a third.

-- West Virginia lost to Lakewood, 9-4. Clay Holmes struggled, allowing four runs on five hits and three walks in three and a third. He struck out one. Clario Perez made his season debut, allowing two unearned runs in two and two-thirds. Barrett Barnes went 2-5 with a double, Walker Gourley 3-4, Max Moroff 1-2 with a double and two walks, and Dilson Herrera 1-3 with a walk. Josh Bell is still out with a minor knee problem.

-- Jamestown stomped Williamsport, 12-6. Fourth round draft pick Cody Dickson had a good pro debut, throwing three shutout innings, allowing no hits and a walk, and striking out six. Brett McKinney, the team's 19th round pick, also made his debut. He allowed a solo HR in one inning and fanned two. Danny Collins and Jin-De Jhang (pictured) each hit their second HRs. Collins went 2-5 and Jhang 1-3 with a walk. Edwin Espinal went 2-4 with a double and a walk, Michael Fransoso 2-3 with two walks, and Elvis Escobar 1-5 with a triple.

-- The DSL Pirates2 shut out the Brewers, 7-0. Dario Agrazal, an 18-year-old RHP who may be something of a prospect, threw five shutout innings, allowing two hits and fanning one. Carlos Munoz, Jhoan Herrera and Steven de la Mota each had a single and a double. Michael de la Cruz went 1-5 and Bealyn Chourio went 1-2 with a double and a walk.

No results were available for the DSL Pirates1.