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The Matt Morris Report: Sampson, Creasy pitch well

Bradenton moves closer to a playoff spot. Bristol's season ended yesterday.

-- Indianapolis beat Columbus, 4-2.  Adrian Sampson (pictured) has now had two good and two bad games since his promotion to AAA.  Today he allowed one run in five and two-thirds innings.  He gave up four hits, walked two and struck out five.  Elias Diaz was 2-3 and Gregory Polanco 1-4.

-- Altoona was tied with Bowie, 1-1, in the 10th inning.  Angel Sanchez gave up one run in six and two-thirds innings.  Andy Vasquez had two doubles.  Check for the final result here.

-- Bradenton beat Charlotte, 7-2, in the completion of yesterday's suspended game.  Play was interrupted with the game scoreless after two innings.  Jason Creasy picked up from there, going six innings and allowing two runs on two hits and a walk.  He struck out four.  The Marauders had 15 hits.  Jordan Steranka was 3-3, Jose Osuna 3-5 with a double, and Max Moroff 2-4 with a triple.  Eric Wood drove in three runs, going 2-3 with a double.

The regularly scheduled game was rained out.  Bradenton will finish its season with a doubleheader tomorrow.

-- West Virginia lost to heavy-hitting Asheville, 5-1.  Buddy Borden gave up all five runs, four of them earned, in the 4th inning.  He lasted three and two-thirds, allowing six hits and no walks.  He struck out two.  JaCoby Jones provided the only Power run with his 23rd HR, his only hit in four ABs.  Austin Meadows was 1-3, Reese McGuire 1-4 and Erich Weiss 2-3.

-- Jamestown lost to Williamsport, 7-6.  Frank Duncan gave up four runs, three earned, in five innings on seven hits and a walk.  He struck out five.  Trace Tam Sing, Michael Suchy, Kevin Krause, Chase Simpson and David Andriese each had two hits and one double, except Suchy, who had two doubles.