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The Matt Morris Report: 8/1/14

-- Indianapolis lost to Buffalo, 4-2.  Brandon Cumpton threw six and two-thirds innings, allowing three runs on six hits and no walks, with three strikeouts.  Cumpton left with two outs in the 7th and two on base, and Vin Mazzaro allowed both to score as well as one of his own before getting the third out.  The Indians had only four hits, including Robert Andino's fifth HR.

-- Altoona topped Richmond, 7-3.  Willy Garcia went 3-4 with two doubles and his 16th HR.  Garcia is now hitting 279/308/514 . . . with (sigh) 14 walks and 117 whiffs.  Elias Diaz was 2-4 with a double.  Gift Ngoepe, Kelson Brown and Stetson Allie also were all 2-4.  Josh Bell was 1-4.  Alen Hanson sat out, possibly with a minor hand injury.  Starter Pat Ludwig allowed three runs, two earned, in six innings.  The revamped Curve bullpen faced just one batter over the minimum in the final three innings.  Collin Balester, rehabbing from Tommy John surgery, made his first appearance in AA, throwing a scoreless 7th.

-- Tyler Glasnow threw six shutout innings as Bradenton beat Brevard County, 3-2.  Glasnow's control wasn't great, as he walked four and threw only 55 of 97 pitches for strikes.  He gave up two hits and fanned five.  Eric Wood was 2-4 with a double.

-- West Virginia got blanked by Lexington, 4-0.  Luis Heredia allowed no hits through the first four innings, but ran into trouble after that.  He went six innings total, allowing four runs, one earned, on five hits and two walks, with three strikeouts.  Austin Meadows was 1-3, JaCoby Jones 1-4 and Reese McGuire 0-3.

-- Jamestown lost to Hudson Valley, 2-1.  Jake Brigham gave up just an unearned run in a four-inning rehab start.  Kevin Ross had half of the Jammers' four hits.

-- Bristol's newfound offense scored five times in the 2nd and the Pirates went on to beat Bluefield, 7-3.  Pablo Reyes (pictured) was 4-4, Daniel Arribas 3-4 and Enyel Vallejo 2-4.  Each of the three had a double.  Cesilio Pimentel threw five scoreless innings in relief.  He gave up two hits, walked none and struck out four.

-- The GCL Pirates lost to the Yankees2, 10-6.  Trey Supak gave up two runs in two innings on three hits and two walks.  He struck out two.  Cole Tucker was 2-5 with his first pro HR.  Carlos Munoz was 2-5 with a double, Nelson Jorge 2-5 and Henrry Rosario 2-3 with two walks.

-- The DSL Pirates lost to the Cubs, 3-2.  Richard Mitchell gave up two runs, one earned, in five innings.  He allowed two hits and two walks, and struck out one.  The Pirates had just five hits.