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Pimentel pummeled, Kingham so-so

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Bradenton was rained out of a doubleheader and the rookie leagues don't play on Sundays.

-- Indianapolis got blanked by Louisville, 7-0. Stolmy Pimentel struggled early, giving up six runs in the first two innings, but he lasted four more while allowing only one more run. He gave up nine hits, walked two, and struck out eight. The Indians had seven hits, two apiece by Robert Andino and Jerry Sands. Andrew Lambo went 1-3 with a double. Indy has now lost 15 of its last 20. The Indians have had a lot of trouble scoring runs with a big part of their former lineup in Pittsburgh.

-- Altoona lost to Akron, 4-3. Nick Kingham (pictured) gave up two runs in five innings on seven hits and three walks. He fanned four. Adalberto Santos went 2-4 with a double. Justin Howard also went 2-4. He's hitting .375 since the beginning of June. Alen Hanson and Gregory Polanco both went 0-4.

-- West Virginia scored a run in the bottom of the 9th on a botched double play effort to beat Lakewood, 5-4. Eric Wood went 2-3 and Jordan Steranka 2-4 with a double. Josh Bell went 1-5 and Dilson Herrera didn't play. Clay Holmes allowed three runs on four hits and three walks in five innings. He struck out four.

-- Jamestown beat Brooklyn, 9-5. Isaac Sanchez gave up five runs, three earned, over four and a third innings, but four relievers allowed no runs in four and two-thirds while striking out six. The offense had twelve hits, all singles, and eight walks. Andrew Dennis went 2-3 and Adam Frazier 1-3, and each drew two walks.