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Lambo goes deep twice

After being rained out three days in a row, Bradenton didn't even try to play on Tuesday. Everybody else was in action.

-- Andrew Lambo (pictured) hit a pair of HRs, but Indianapolis lost for the 17th time in 22 games, 6-4, to Louisville. Lambo now has 17 HRs in AAA and 31 total on the season. Felix Pie had two doubles and two RBIs and Jared Goedert had two hits. Brandon Cumpton allowed two runs on two hits and three walks in six innings, while striking out six. Ryan Reid failed to retire any of the batters he faced and all four came around to score. He now has a 10.50 ERA in the season's second half.

-- Altoona dropped a doubleheader to Binghamton. The Curve lost game one, 6-2. Alen Hanson went 1-4 with a double and Gregory Polanco 1-3.

Zack Dodson had a rough AA debut as the Curve lost game two, 6-1. Dodson gave up six runs on eight hits and four walks in four innings. He threw only 39 of 77 pitches for strikes. Hanson and Polanco each went 0-3.

-- West Virginia lost to Delmarva, 7-2. Kyle Haynes gave up two runs on two hits and four walks in five innings, while fanning six. Josh Bell went 1-3 and Dilson Herrera 0-3.

-- Jamestown beat Vermont, 5-3, in eleven innings. Harold Ramirez put the Jammers ahead in the top of the 9th with his third HR, but they couldn't hold the lead. Danny Collins had two hits. Shane Carle threw four scoreless innings in relief, allowing four hits, walking none and fanning four.

-- The GCL Pirates edged the Tigers, 5-4. Trae Arbet went 3-4 with two doubles and Austin Meadows went 2-4. Reese McGuire went 0-4. Jonathan Sandfort gave up three runs in three and two-thirds innings. Cesilio Pimentel gave up one in three and a third.

-- The DSL Pirates1 lost to the Mets2, 6-1. Pablo Reyes went 2-4.

-- The DSL Pirates2 pounded the Reds, 9-1. Michael De La Cruz reached base five times, going 3-3 with a double and two walks. Edgar Figueroa went 3-5 with two triples and four RBIs, and Yoel Gonzalez went 2-5 with a double. Starter Omar Basulto threw five shutout innings, allowing four hits and a walk, and fanning five.