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Indy piles on the runs on a rain-soaked day

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Altoona, West Virginia and Jamestown were all rained out Monday.

-- Indianapolis scored five in the 1st against Charlotte and kept on scoring, running up a 17-1 rout. Some poor guy named Nick McCully gave up the first ten runs in his first start after being promoted from AA. Brian Bocock -- who apparently really is better than Brandon Inge -- led the way, going 3-5 with two doubles, his third HR, and four RBIs. Alex Presley went 3-5 with two triples and Ivan De Jesus, Jr., 3-4. Andrew Lambo went 1-5 with his tenth HR and four strikeouts. Tony Sanchez went 1-2 and then took a rest. Kris Johnson (pictured) threw six shutout innings, giving up just two hits and two walks, and striking out three. Jared Hughes threw a scoreless inning, walking one and striking out two. Vic Black allowed the only run in the 9th, but did strike out the side.

-- Bradenton beat Lakeland, 9-5. Jose Osuna had three doubles in four ABs, and Benji Gonzalez also went 3-4. Alen Hanson went 2-4 with his sixth HR and Stetson Allie went 1-3 with a double and a strikeout. Starter Zack Dodson gave up two runs in six innings.

-- The GCL Pirates beat the Braves, 8-6. Austin Meadows had his best pro game so far, going 2-4 with a walk, a double and his first pro HR. Daniel Arribas and Carlos Ozuna each went 3-4, and Arribas had a bases-clearing double. Trae Arbet had a double in three ABs. Reese McGuire went 0-4 with a walk, but picked a runner off first. Wei-Chung Wang had a rough start, giving up five runs on six hits in three innings. He walked none and struck out three.

-- The DSL Pirates1 got shut out by the Rockies, 3-0. Pablo Reyes went 2-4. Starter Jose Regalado gave up one unearned run in five innings.

-- The DSL Pirates2 edged the Orioles2, 1-0. Starter Julio Vivas allowed just two hits in five innings. He struck out three. Michael De La Cruz went 1-3.