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Cannonballs Coming: Glasnow fans 12 in loss

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The GCL and DSL Pirates didn't play.

-- Chris Volstad and two relievers combined on a shutout as Indianapolis beat Louisville, 4-0.  Volstad went seven innings, allowing five hits and no walks, and striking out two.  The Indians went with a partial Sunday lineup, and Andy Vasquez and Kelson Brown combined to go 3-6.  Gustavo Nunez went 2-3 with a double and Keon Broxton connected on his third AAA HR.

-- Tyler Glasnow fanned a dozen hitters in six innings, but Altoona lost to Akron, 2-0.  The runs came when Glasnow gave up a two-run HR to Akron's struggling #9 hitter.  Glasnow allowed five hits and two walks overall, and threw 66 of 98 pitches for strikes.  Adam Frazier went 2-4 and Barrett Barnes 1-3.  Josh Bell didn't play.

-- Bradenton beat Clearwater, 6-4.  Starter Cody Dickson gave up two runs over five and two-thirds innings on seven hits and no walks.  He fanned seven.  Austin Meadows and Harold Ramirez were each 2-5, with Ramirez belting his third HR and driving in three.  Jin-De Jhang and Wyatt Mathisen were 2-4.  Reese McGuire went 1-3.

-- The West Virginia Power lost to Hagerstown, 8-4.  Alex McRae threw four shutout innings, but got knocked out in the 5th after allowing four runs.  Jordan Luplow and Connor Joe each went 2-4, with Luplow hitting a double.

-- The West Virginia Black Bears edged Staten Island, 4-3, for their ninth straight win.  Starter Bret Helton gave up two runs on seven hits in five innings.  He struck out three.  Nick Hibbing retired six straight in relief, also striking out three.  Ryan Nagle went 2-3 with two doubles and Mitchell Tolman 2-3 with a triple.  Kevin Newman was 1-4 with a double and Kevin Kramer 0-3.

-- Carlos Munoz only hit one HR, his seventh, as Bristol got walloped by Pulaski, 13-5.  Overall, Munoz went 2-4 with three RBIs.  Edgar Figueroa hit his first HR and Julio De La Cruz went 2-4.  Starter Billy Roth failed to survive the 1st.  His inning produced two groundouts, four walks, one hit batsman and three wild pitches.  Relievers Palmer Betts and Miguel Ferreras didn't fare much better as the Pirates walked ten batters.