-- Indianapolis got destroyed by Toledo, 11-0. Adam Wilk lasted only one inning, giving up six runs, although five were unearned. Jake Brigham allowed another five in relief. Andrew Lambo and Brent Morel were each 2-4. Morel's hits were both doubles.
-- Altoona beat Trenton, 4-2. Andy Vasquez was 3-3 with three RBIs, Stetson Allie 2-2 with two walks, and Carlos Paulino -- whose role in the organization probably just shrunk with the acquisition of Ramon Cabrera -- 2-3. Alan Hanson had a two-true-outcomes day, striking out twice and walking three times. Jhonathan Ramos allowed one run on four hits in five and two-thirds innings. He walked two and fanned six.
-- Jones homered twice, including a walkoff, two-run shot in the 7th, as West Virginia took the first game of its doubleheader with Augusta, 5-3. The HRs gave Jones 20 on the season. He struck out his other two times up. Edwin Espinal was 2-3 with a double, Chris Diaz 2-3, and Reese McGuire 1-2. Austin Meadows didn't play. Cody Dickson allowed two runs on three hits and three walks in five innings. He fanned five.
The Power won the second game by the same score. Edwin Espinal went 2-3 with a double and Kawika Emsley-Pai hit his third HR. Meadows was 1-2 with a walk and Jones 0-2 with a walk. Starter Felipe Gonzalez threw four shutout innings.
-- Bristol got torched by Kingsport, 10-4. Starter Omar Basulto allowed five runs in three and a third innings. Recently signed non-drafted free agent Cory Rhodes had a rough pro debut, giving up a pair of longballs and five runs, four earned, in an inning and two-thirds. Pablo Reyes went 3-3 and Candon Myles 2-4.
-- The GCL Pirates lost to the Phillies, 3-2. A day after Mitch Keller had his best pro outing, Supak (pictured) had his best, throwing five shutout innings. Supak allowed just one hit, walked none and struck out four. Gage Hinsz made his pro debut, allowing two runs, one earned, in an inning and a third. He gave up two hits and a walk, and struck out one. Cole Tucker was 3-4.
-- The DSL Pirates lost to the Angels, 3-2. The Pirates had only five hits, two each by Eliezer Ramirez and Jhoan Herrera. Starter Richard Mitchell gave up three runs, all unearned, in five innings on five hits. He walked none and struck out three.