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Matt Morris Report: Bradenton loses in 17 innings

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-Indianapolis was off.

-Altoona beat Akron, 2-0. Chad Kuhl pitched seven scoreless innings, striking out five and walking one. Max Moroff went 2-for-3 with a double, and Adam Frazier also doubled.

-Bradenton lost a 17-inning marathon to Tampa, 5-4. Harold Ramirez and Justin Maffei had three hits apiece, but there were a lot of ugly batting lines, as you'd expect from a game this long. Clario Perez and Henry Hirsch each pitched three scoreless innings of relief before infielder Chris Diaz finally took the mound and gave up a decisive solo homer to catcher Wes Wilson, who was also in the game as a pitcher.

-West Virginia lost 4-3 to Charleston in a game that lasted a measly 10 innings. Yeudy Garcia walked three batters and threw 52 pitches in the first two innings, then was replaced by Sam Street, who gave up three runs in six innings of relief. The Power managed only four hits, one a triple by Pablo Reyes and another an RBI double by Cole Tucker.

-The DSL Pirates lost 9-8 to the Marlins. Second baseman Williams Calderon went 3-for-4, and first baseman Huescar Fuentes and outfielder Felix Vinicio had two hits each.