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Pimentel struggles, Dickerson goes deep

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Chung Sung-Jun

Jamestown was rained out, West Virginia was off, and the DSL Pirates1 have finished their season.

-- Indianapolis lost to Toledo, 7-4.  Stolmy Pimentel had a rough outing, giving up five runs on eleven hits in six innings.  He walked one and struck out one.  Ryan Reid continued his recent struggles, allowing two runs on five hits in an inning and two-thirds.  Alex Presley, Matt Hague, Travis Snider and Jared Goedert all had two hits.  Goedert hit his 11th HR.

-- Altoona got hammered by Harrisburg, 12-5.  Alex Dickerson went 2-3 with two walks and his 16th HR, and Jarek Cunningham hit his 17th HR.  Mel Rojas, Jr., went 3-4.  Alen Hanson went 0-5 and left six runners on base.  Gregory Polanco went 1-5.

-- Bradenton split a doubleheader with Jupiter, with each game ending in a 4-1 score.  The Marauders lost game one, as Robby Rowland gave up four runs, two earned, in five innings.  Gift Ngoepe had two hits and Stetson Allie went 0-3.

In game two, Joan Montero gave up one run in five innings to lead the win.  Ngoepe again had two hits, one a triple, and Allie again went 0-3.

-- The GCL Pirates beat the Blue Jays, 7-6.  Reese McGuire (pictured), Danny Arribas and Beau Wallace each had three hits, and Ulises Montilla two, as the Bucs had 13 hits, all singles.  Austin Meadows went 0-4.  Billy Roth had his first bad outing in six starts, allowing five runs in three and a third innings.

-- The DSL Pirates2 lost their playoff opener to the Tigers, 10-0.  The Bucs had only two hits, with Michael De La Cruz going 1-3 with a walk.  Starter Dario Agrazal, who went 6-0, 2.40 on the regular season, gave up nine hits and four runs, three earned, in four innings.