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Pirates MiLB recap: 5/10/14

Indianapolis' game was tied in extra innings, while not much went well with the other three affiliates.

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-- Indianapolis may or may not have broken its six-game losing streak.  The Indians' game with Norfolk was tied 2-2 through eleven innings.  You can check the box score for the final.  Through eleven, Indy hitters had struck out 18 times.  Chris Dickerson was 2-3 with two walks and Gregory Polanco 1-4 with a triple and a walk.  Starter Adam Wilk (pictured) allowed two runs, one earned, in seven innings.  He gave up six hits, walked two and fanned three.  Tyler Waldron and Andy Oliver combined to walk five in just two and a third innings, but allowed no runs.

-- Altoona managed only two hits in a 2-0 loss to Akron.  Nick Kingham allowed two runs in five innings and generally scuffled, giving up seven hits and three walks.  He fanned six and took 94 pitches to go that far.  Alen Hanson went 0-4 and Stetson Allie didn't play.

-- Tyler Glasnow also ran into some problems as Bradenton dropped a 4-1 decision to Charlotte.  Glasnow allowed three runs, all in the 1st in what's becoming something of a pattern.  He lasted five innings and gave up only three hits, but he walked four, fanned only three and threw just 46 of 82 pitches for strikes.  Max Moroff, Walker Gourley and Raul Fortunato each had two hits.  Josh Bell was 1-3 with a walk.

-- West Virginia lost to Greenville, 6-5, as yet another pitching prospect struggled.  Buddy Borden gave up three runs in four and two-thirds innings.  He walked three and struck out three.  Danny Collins went 2-4, and JaCoby Jones and Erich Weiss 1-4.  Reese McGuire went 1-4 and threw out all three of the runners who tried to steal on him.  Harold Ramirez again did not play.