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The Matt Morris Report: 7/25/14

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-- Indianapolis lost to Rochester, 5-3.  Casey Sadler gave up five runs, three earned, on eight hits in six innings.  He walked none and struck out one.  John Holdzkom followed with two hitless innings, walking two and striking out two.  Jose Tabata was 2-3 with one walk and Mel Rojas 2-3 with two walks.  Andrew Lambo was 1-4.

-- Altoona beat Bowie, 3-1.  Thomas Harlan gave up just one unearned run in six innings.  He allowed five hits and a walk, and fanned one.  Elias Diaz was 2-4 with a double and Willy Garcia hit his 13th HR.  Alen Hanson was 1-2 with two walks.  Josh Bell went 0-2 and then was removed for unknown reasons.  More on this game in the comments.

-- Bradenton beat Lakeland, 6-2.  Chad Kuhl gave up two runs on four hits and two walks in five innings.  He fanned three.  Ryan Hafner threw three perfect innings in relief, striking out three.  Walker Gourley was 3-4 with a double, Jacob Stallings 2-4 with two doubles, and Max Moroff 2-4.

-- West Virginia beat Hickory, 6-1.  Dovydas Neverauskas went seven, allowing one run, four hits and four walks.  He fanned five.  Edwin Espinal went 1-2 with two walks and his fifth HR.  Reese McGuire was 2-4 with a double, Austin Meadows 0-3 with a walk and JaCoby Jones 1-3.

-- Batavia's struggling offense continued to get well against Jamestown pitching, as the Jammers lost, 7-2.  Montana DuRapau, who had been pitching well, allowed five runs in five innings.  Taylor Gushue, Kevin Ross and Erik Lunde were all 2-4.  Gushue had a double.

-- Bristol lost to Greeneville, 9-4.  Enyel Vallejo (pictured) was 4-4 with a double.  Billy Roth lasted just two and two-thirds innings, allowing four runs.

-- The GCL Pirates lost to the Blue Jays, 3-1, in 11 innings.  Mitch Keller started but went only one inning.  He struck out the side, but also allowed three hits and one run.  Neil Kozikowski, who's been struggling all summer, threw three scoreless and hitless innings, walking one and striking out four.  Tito Polo! was 2-4 and Cole Tucker 1-4, with each drawing a walk.  Michael De La Cruz made his first appearance in a week, going 1-3 to raise his average to .119 before being replaced.

-- The DSL Pirates beat the Blue Jays, 7-3.  Raul Siri was 3-3 with two doubles and a walk, Victor Fernandez 2-6, and Johan De Jesus 2-4 with his first HR.  Yeudy Garcia gave up two runs, one earned, in five innings.  He allowed five hits, walked none and fanned two.