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Cannonballs Coming: JaCoby Jones gets three hits in AA debut

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Bradenton was rained out.  Morgantown was off.

-- Indianapolis lost to Columbus, 4-3, in 11 innings.  Brad Lincoln walked the bases loaded and then gave up a walkoff hit to end it.  Adrian Sampson struggled again, giving up three runs on nine hits in six innings.  His ERA since May is 4.76.  Steve Lombardozzi and Elias Diaz each went 2-4 with a double.  Tony Sanchez and Willy Garcia each went 2-5.  Alen Hanson was 0-5 and is now hitless in his last 13 at-bats.

-- Altoona edged Richmond, 3-2.  Chad Kuhl threw six shutout innings, allowing three hits and no walks.  He fanned six.  Jhondaniel Medina struck out another four in two scoreless innings of relief.  JaCoby Jones (pictured) was 3-4 in his AA debut.  He played short, with Adam Frazier in center.  Jacob Stallings was 2-3, and Jose Osuna and Dan Gamache each 2-4.  Josh Bell was 0-4.

-- The West Virginia Power beat Hagerstown, 4-2.  Colten Brewer gave up two runs in six innings on seven hits and two walks.  He struck out two.  Michael Suchy was 3-4 with a double.  Tito Polo also went 3-4.  Cole Tucker was out of the lineup again.

-- Bristol lost to Pulaski, 7-5.  Trae Arbet went 3-5 with his third HR, John Bormann 3-4 with two doubles, and Nick Buckner 2-4.  Sandy Santos added his fourth HR.  Carlos Munoz was 0-4.  Neil Kozikowski gave up five runs, four earned, in four innings.

-- The GCL Pirates had their game against the Phillies suspended after just one inning.  The Bucs led, 1-0, due to a Michael De La Cruz double and a sacrifice fly by Ke'Bryan Hayes.  The Bucs have now had five straight games either canceled or suspended.

-- The DSL Pirates lost to the Brewers, 7-6.  Yerry De Los Santos gave up five runs, three earned, on six hits in four innings.  He walked two and struck out three.  Gabriel Brito hit his first pro HR, Christopher Perez went 2-3, and Yondry Contreras had a double in four at-bats.