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Pirates MiLB recap: 6/16/14

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Indianapolis used four pitchers in a shutout and the DSL Pirates staged a walkathon. Altoona and West Virginia were off.

-- Indianapolis shut out Gwinnett, 3-0.  Casey Sadler (pictured) went five, allowing four hits and three walks, and striking out three.  Andy Oliver pitched the last inning and two-thirds for his seventh save.  He allowed no hits, walked one and struck out two.  Chris McGuiness, Chris Dickerson and Brent Morel each went 1-3.

-- Bradenton lost to Fort Myers, 6-2.  Josh Bell stayed hot, going 2-3 with a double and a walk.  Eric Wood was 2-4.  Marauders hitters struck out 15 times.  Starter Chad Kuhl gave up four runs in six innings on six hits and a walk.  He struck out six.

-- Jamestown lost to Mahoning Valley, 2-1, in ten innings.  Four new draftees made their debuts on the mound.  Alex McRae (10th round) started and threw two and one-third innings, allowing no runs on two hits and no walks, and striking out three.  Nick Neumann (28) pitched the next two and two-thirds, giving up no runs, while walking one and striking out one.  Montana DuRapau (32) allowed one hit over three innings, but it was a game-tying HR.  He walked none and struck out four.  Eric Dorsch (15) took the loss, allowing a run, on another solo HR to the same player, in an inning and two thirds.  He walked three and hit a batter.  The Jammers had only five hits.

-- The DSL Pirates, thanks largely to 13 walks, routed the Yankees2, 13-2.  Yunelky Adames was 3-4 with two walks and five RBIs.  Raul Siri was 2-4 with a walk and a double.  Edison Lantigua was 0-2 with three walks and Luis Perez 0-2 with four walks.  Adrian Valerio was 0-5 with a walk.  Starter Richard Mitchell allowed two runs on three hits and two walks in five innings.  He struck out none.