Altoona was off on Tuesday, but everybody else was in action.
-- Indianapolis fell victim to a two-hit shutout by struggling former prospect T.J. House and two relievers, losing to Columbus, 4-0. Alex Presley and Jared Goedert had the two hits. Graham Godfrey gave up all the runs, two of them unearned.
-- Struggling Bradenton lost to Palm Beach, 6-2. Orlando Castro lasted only three innings and gave up four runs. Two were unearned, due to an error by Alen Hanson, but Castro also gave up two HRs. Hanson and Stetson Allie each went 1-4.
-- Tyler Glasnow (pictured) led West Virginia to a 3-1 win over Kannapolis. Glasnow threw six shutout innings, allowing just three hits and fanning seven. Maybe most importantly, he walked only one. Ryan Hafner gave up the lone run over the last three innings. He gave up only one hit, walked two and fanned two. The Power had only five hits, two each by Max Moroff -- who also walked twice -- and Walker Gourley. Barrett Barnes went 1-4, Dilson Herrera 0-5 and Josh Bell 0-4.
-- Jamestown upped its record to 14-8 by beating Batavia, 5-2. Harold Ramirez went 3-4, raising his average to .304, and Jin-De Jhang went 2-3 with a double and a walk. Adam Frazier went 0-2, but walked twice. JaCoby Jones went 1-4 with a triple. Francisco Aponte hit his first HR since 2008 in the Venezuelan Summer League. Dovydas Neverauskas gave up two runs, one earned, on three hits and a walk in five innings. He struck out three. Roberto Espinosa threw the last two innings, allowing no hits and a walk, and fanning four.
-- Austin Meadows and Nick Buckner made their pro debuts in the GCL Pirates' 10-2 thrashing of the Yankees1. Meadows went 1-5 and Buckner 1-4, and they each struck out twice. Reese McGuire went 1-3 with a double and two walks. Ulises Montilla went 2-5 with two doubles and three RBIs, and Adam Landecker went 3-5 with one double and three RBIs. Wei-Chung Wang gave up one unearned run in four innings on one hit and one walk. He struck out one. Cameron Griffin struck out the side in the 9th, although he also allowed two hits and a walk.
-- The DSL Pirates1 beat the Phillies, 5-3. Julio De La Cruz went 1-4 with a double and Tito Polo hit his second HR.
-- The DSL Pirates2 lost to the Cardinals, 7-2. Michael De La Cru went 4-4 with a triple.