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Matt Morris Report: Glasnow, Holmes, Arbet stand out

-- Indianapolis lost to Columbus, 6-2.  Angel Sanchez pitched well for five innings, but ran into trouble in the 6th.  He lasted five and a third, allowing three runs on five hits and a walk, while striking out five.  Willy Garcia went 2-3 and Alen Hanson 1-4.  Each had a double.

-- Tyler Glasnow threw six shutout innings as Altoona beat Bowie, 8-5.  Glasnow allowed just one hit, walked none and struck out seven.  He threw 60 of 82 pitches for strikes.  Jason Creasy got an undeserved save, allowing five runs on six hits over the last three innings.  Mel Rojas went 3-4 with a triple and Max Moroff went 3-5.  Jacob Stallings was 2-4, and Adam Frazier and Josh Bell each 1-4.

-- Clay Holmes made his high A debut with five shutout innings, but Bradenton blew a two-run, 9th-inning lead and lost to Daytona, 5-4.  Holmes allowed two hits and two walks, and fanned three.  He got nine groundouts, with only one fly out.  Austin Meadows went 3-5 and Wyatt Mathisen 2-3.

-- The West Virginia Power lost to Greensboro, 5-2.  Starter Colten Brewer gave up three runs on six hits and two walks in five innings.  He struck out four.  John Sever had a rough outing in relief, walking four in two-thirds of an inning.  Cole Tucker, Michael Suchy and Elvis Escobar each went 2-4.  Connor Joe was 1-3.

-- The West Virginia Black Bears blanked Lowell, 3-0.  Like J.T. Brubaker yesterday, Bret Helton had easily his best pro start, going five innings and allowing one hit and three walks.  He struck out five.  Nick Hibbing followed with two innings, allowing a hit and striking out three.  Mitchell Tolman went 2-3 with a double and a triple.  Albert Baur also went 2-3.  Kevin Newman was 0-5.  Casey Hughston replaced Ty Moore midway through the game and singled and walked in two plate appearances.

-- Trae Arbet (pictured) went 4-4 as Bristol beat Burlington, 9-4.  Arbet had a double and his first HR, and is now hitting .441.  Jordan George and Sandy Santos added HRs as well, George's first as a pro and Santos' second of the season.  George also had a double in four at-bats and Santos went 2-5.  Henrry Rosario was 2-4 with a double.  Starter Logan Sendelbach gave up one run on two hits in four innings.  He walked none and struck out two.

-- The GCL Pirates edged the Phillies, 4-3.  Starter Nick Economos gave up two runs in four innings on four hits.  He walked none and struck out three.  Michael De La Cruz went 2-3, and Ke'Bryan Hayes and Sam Kennelly each 2-4.  Adrian Valerio was 0-5 and Raul Siri's slump continued, as he went 0-4.

-- No results were available for the DSL Pirates.