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Matt Morris Report: Strong starts from Chad Kuhl, Angel Sanchez

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Bristol was rained out for the fourth straight day, and the GCL and DSL Pirates were off.

-- Angel Sanchez went seven innings in Indianapolis' 3-1 win over Louisville.  Sanchez gave up one run on seven hits, walked none and struck out seven, throwing 68 of 99 pitches for strikes.  Pedro Florimon went 2-3 with his second HR and Tony Sanchez 2-4.  Alen Hanson and Willy Garcia each went 0-4.

-- Chad Kuhl (pictured) and two Altoona relievers combined to blank Harrisburg, 3-0.  Kuhl threw six innings, allowing seven hits and no walks, and striking out five.  Adam Frazier went 3-4, Max Moroff and Jose Osuna each 2-4, and Edward Salcedo 2-3 with a double.  Frazier is now hitting .386.  Josh Bell was 1-4.

-- Bradenton beat Jupiter, 2-1, in ten innings.  Cody Dickson gave up one run over five innings.  He allowed five hits and three walks, and struck out four.  Felipe Gonzalez and Montana DuRapau combined for five scoreless innings in relief.  JaCoby Jones went 2-3 with a double and drove in both runs.  Austin Meadows, Reese McGuire and Harold Ramirez all went 0-4, and Barrett Barnes was 0-5.

-- The West Virginia Power had their game with Delmarva suspended due to rain in the 4th inning with the Power leading, 3-1.  Colten Brewer was working on a strong outing, giving up the one run on one hit and one walk in four innings, while fanning seven.  Francisco Diaz hit his second HR.  Cole Tucker and Connor Joe weren't in the lineup.

-- The West Virginia Black Bears lost to Batavia, 10-6.  Hector Garcia got knocked out in the second inning.  He allowed seven runs in an inning and a third, along with four hits and three walks.  He struck out two.  Jonathan Minier threw three and two-thirds scoreless innings, allowing two hits and a walk, and striking out six.  Kevin Kramer, Albert Baur and Ty Moore were all 2-4 with a double.  Casey Hughston's tale of woe continued.  He went 0-3 and is now 1-for-43 as a pro, although he did draw a walk.