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Pirates MiLB recap: 5/3/14

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Indianapolis got another strong start from . . . Tyler Waldron? And Wyatt Mathisen is suddenly red hot.

-- Indianapolis edged Pawtucket, 4-3.  Waldron (pictured) threw five shutout innings, allowing just two hits, walking none and striking out six.  After struggling throughout most of his career, he's now had two excellent starts as a fill-in with Indy.  Andy Oliver followed with three innings, allowing one run on one hit and a walk.  He fanned three.  Duke Welker was unable to pick up the save, giving up two runs in the 9th and retiring only two of six hitters.  Josh Kinney got the last out.  Andrew Lambo went 2-5 with two doubles.  Gregory Polanco was 1-5 with a walk.

-- Altoona dropped the first game of its doubleheader with Akron, 9-7.  Starter Tyler Sample struggled, allowing six runs, five hits and four walks in three innings.  Alen Hanson and Mel Rojas each went 3-4 with a double.  Stetson Allie and Gift Ngoepe each went 0-3 with a walk.

-- The Curve also lost game two, 2-1.  Brandon Mann managed to allow only two runs despite giving up four hits and five walks in four innings.  Hanson went 0-2 with a walk.  Allie and Ngoepe each went 1-3.

-- Bradenton won the first game of its doubleheader with St. Lucie, 3-2.  John Kuchno gave up two runs over five innings.  Bryton Trepagnier threw two scoreless innings to get the win.  Josh Bell went 1-3 with a double and Jonathan Schwind 2-3.

-- The Marauders lost game two, 5-1.  Orlando Castro gave up three runs in five and a third innings.  He allowed five hits and a walk, and fanned three.  Bell went 0-3.

-- West Virginia beat Greensboro, 5-4.  Mathisen went deep for the second straight day, his second HR.  He went 3-4 overall and drove in three.  JaCoby went 1-4 and Erich Weiss 1-3 with a double.  Reese McGuire returned from the disabled list and went 0-3 with a walk.  Starter Shane Carle allowed four runs and eight hits in six and two-thirds innings.