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Allie walks off, Jamestown scores 29 runs


Another full slate on Saturday, only this time it was West Virginia's turn to have a game suspended.


Indianapolis trailed, 3-1, in the middle of the 7th against Toledo at some very late hour. Felix Pie had accounted for the only Indy run with his sixth HR and Josh Harrison was 2-4 with a double. Atahualpa Severino had started, allowing the three runs, two earned, on five hits and a walk in three and two-thirds innings. He fanned five.

-- Altoona got shut out by Erie, 6-0. Nick Kingham struggled early, allowing two runs in each of the first two innings, but he pitched five hitless and scoreless innings afterward. He finished with six hits and one walk allowed, and fanned five. Altoona had only three hits. Gregory Polanco went 0-3.

-- Stetson Allie led of the bottom of the 9th with his first HR since being promoted, giving Bradenton a 5-4 win over Charlotte. Allie finished 2-4 with a walk, and his HR was a line drive off the batter's eye in center. Willy Garcia went 3-5 with his thirteenth HR and three RBIs, and Dan Gamache went 2-4 with a double. Zack Dodson breezed through five shutout innings, allowing just one hit, but came unglued in the 6th. He gave up four runs on five hits in the inning and recorded only two outs. For the game he walked two and fanned three. Ryan Beckman survived a leadoff triple in the top of the 9th to get the win.

-- West Virginia's game with Lexington was suspended with two outs in the bottom of the 5th and the Power trailing, 3-1. John Kuchno allowed three runs, two earned, in five innings. Barrett Barnes was 2-3, Dilson Herrera 0-2 and Josh Bell 0-0 with two walks.

-- Jamestown took two games from Auburn, which appears to have some minor pitching issues. The Jammers won the completion of yesterday's suspended game, 15-5. Everybody in the starting lineup had at least one hit. JaCoby Jones (pictured) went 3-6 with a double; Michael Fransoso 3-4 with three RBIs; Edwin Espinal 2-5 with a double and four RBIs; Harold Ramirez 2-4 with a double, three runs and three RBIs; and Jin-De Jhang 2-5. Cody Dickson retired all six batters he faced in the first two innings, striking out three. The game was suspended with a partial count on the first batter in the bottom of the 3rd. Cesar Lopez came on after play resumed to finish walking the hitter, who eventually scored on an error, so Dickson was charged with a walk and an unearned run.

Jamestown won the regularly scheduled game, 14-1. Jones went 4-5 with a double and three runs, while Michael Fransoso also went 4-5. Danny Collins was 3-5 with a double and a triple. Adam Frazier and Ramirez were each 2-4, with Ramirez adding a double. Elvis Escobar and Yhonathan Barrios each went 2-3. Chris Kuhl started and threw three scoreless innings. Justin Topa gave up an unearned run in three innings, and fanned four.

-- The GCL Pirates beat the Braves, 4-3. Candon Myles, Reese McGuire and Jerry Sands all went 2-4, with Sands hitting the second HR of his rehab assignment. Adrian Grullon gave up one run on three hits and a walk in four innings. He fanned three.

-- The DSL PIrates2 dropped a 1-0 game to the Nationals. Starter Omar Basulto gave up just an unearned run on three hits and no walks through five innings, while striking out six. Jhoan Herrera and Ramy Perez each had two hits.

No result was available for the DSL Pirates1.