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Matt Morris Report: Both Snider trade pitchers see action

-- Blake Wood blew a one-run lead in the 9th as Indianapolis lost to Toledo, 9-8.  Wood gave up three runs and the Indians could respond with only one.  Alen Hanson reached base five times, going 3-3 with a double, his third HR, two walks and three RBIs.  Gustavo Nunez was 2-4, Tony Sanchez 1-3 and Elias Diaz 1-4.  Starter Wilfredo Boscan also had a rough outing, giving up four runs in three innings, although he did strike out six.

-- Altoona stomped Binghamton, 13-4.  Jose Osuna, in his second AA game, went 2-3 with a double and three RBIs, and Eric Wood was 3-5 with his second HR and four RBIs.  Josh Bell was 3-4 and Max Moroff 2-4, raising their averages to .349 and .328, respectively.  Stetson Allie and Adam Frazier also had two hits apiece.  Jason Creasy allowed one run over six innings.  He gave up four hits and four walks, and struck out three.

-- Steven Brault opened with six shutout innings for Bradenton, but a 7th-inning error cost him three unearned runs in addition to one earned that he allowed.  The four-run inning led to a 5-4 loss to Jupiter.  Brault went six and two-thirds, allowing six hits and two walks.  He struck out four.  JaCoby Jones was 2-5 with his sixth HR and Barrett Barnes was 2-5 with a double.  Harold Ramirez, hitting .462 since joining the Marauders, was 2-3 and Wyatt Mathisen 2-3 with a double.  Austin Meadows went 0-5 and Reese McGuire, back in the lineup, was 0-4.

-- West Virginia beat Delmarva, 9-4.  Stephen Tarpley (pictured), in his second game as a Pirate, gave up two unearned runs in five innings.  He allowed seven hits, walked one and fanned six.  Jake Burnette and Junior Lopez combined to strike out seven more over the last four innings, although they also gave up two runs.  Elvis Escobar was 3-5 with two doubles and three RBIs, and Tito Polo went 3-4.  Michael Suchy was 2-4 with a double.  Cole Tucker and Connor Joe didn't play.

-- had no report on the DSL Pirates' opener.  Some things never change.