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Cannonballs Coming: Glasnow dominates, Holmes is solid

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The GCL Pirates were rained out.

-- Indianapolis beat Toledo, 7-2.  Chris Volstad gave up two runs over five and two-thirds innings on four hits and two walks.  He struck out three.  Jaff Decker was 3-4 with a double and Tony Sanchez 2-3 with a double.  Brent Morel and Gift Ngoepe also had two hits each.  Ngoepe is hitting .286 since his promotion.  Alen Hanson was 0-3 and Willy Garcia 1-4.

-- Tyler Glasnow threw seven shutout innings as Altoona beat Richmond, 5-0.  Glasnow allowed just three hits, walked none and fanned nine, while throwing 58 of 87 pitches for strikes.  Max Moroff, Josh Bell and Jose Osuna all went 2-4.  Moroff had a double and a triple, and Osuna connected for his fourth HR.

-- Bradenton outlasted Lakeland in 16 innings, 2-1.  JaCoby Jones hit a walkoff double to drive in Austin Meadows with the winner.  Meadows finished 3-7 and Justin Maffei 2-6 with his first HR.  Clay Holmes allowed one run in five innings on four hits.  He walked none and fanned four.  Felipe Gonzalez struck out six in four scoreless innings of relief to get the win.

-- The West Virginia Power lost to Hagerstown, 5-0.  Colten Brewer, whose ERA is a lot worse than his peripherals, allowed five runs, four earned, in six innings.  He gave up five hits and three walks, and struck out four.  The Power had only four hits, two by Michael Suchy.  Cole Tucker was 0-3 and Connor Joe 0-4.

-- The West Virginia Black Bears lost to State College, 3-1.  Starter Bret Helton gave up three runs, two earned, on four hits in five innings.  He walked one and struck out five.  Kevin Newman was 2-4 with a double.  Kevin Kramer was 1-4 and Casey Hughston 1-3 with a triple.

-- Bristol got blanked, 7-0, in the first game of its doubleheader with Bluefield.  Starter Billy Roth gave up two runs on seven hits over five innings.  He walked none and struck out three.  Shane Kemp, the Pirates' 26th round pick this year, had a rough pro debut.  He faced four batters, walking three and giving up a HR to the other.  All four scored.  The Pirates had only two hits.

Bristol won game two, 4-3, when Edgar Figureoa hit a walkoff double in the bottom of the 8th.  The hit scored Henrry Rosario, who was running for Julio De La Cruz, who went 2-3 with two doubles.  Logan Ratledge also was 2-3.  Scooter Hightower started and threw three scoreless innings, allowing just one hit, walking none and fanning six.  Tanner Anderson got the win by allowing just one hit in three scoreless innings, with four strikeouts.

-- No result was available for the DSL Pirates.