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Heredia struggles again, Herrera goes deep

No rookie level action on Sunday.

-- Indianapolis lost to Syracuse, 2-1. Andrew Lambo and Jerry Sands each went 2-4 with a double. Ivan De Jesus, Jr., went 2-3. It's gotta be tough trying to win a job on a big-league team with such a loaded bench.

-- Altoona beat New Hampshire, 7-3. In his return from the DL, Casey Sadler struck out nobody, but allowed just two runs on two hits and three walks in five innings. Alex Dickerson, Charlie Cutler and Kelson Brown all went 2-4 and Oscar Tejeda 2-2. Dickerson had two doubles and Cutler hit his third HR. Gregory Polanco went 0-3 with a walk.

-- Bradenton blew a six-run lead against Brevard County but eventually scored two in the top of the 9th to win, 11-9. Junior Sosa, Willy Garcia, Ashley Ponce and Benji Gonzalez each had two hits, with both of Sosa's being doubles. Carlos Mesa hit his eighth HR after replacing Alen Hanson in the lineup for unknown reasons. Hanson went 1-3.

-- West Virginia lost to Lexington, 9-6. Luis Heredia had a mediocre outing, giving up three runs on four hits and three walks in four and two-thirds innings. He struck out four. Josh Bell, Jordan Steranka and Walker Gourley went 2-5, with Gourley hitting his fifth HR. Dilson Herrera (pictured) went 2-4 with a walk and his ninth HR. Luis Urena hit his second HR in as many days.

-- Jamestown lost to Auburn, 5-2. Chad Kuhl allowed three runs, all unearned, in two innings. Shane Carle followed with three scoreless innings. Adam Frazier had two hits.