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Cannonballs Coming: Tito Polo gets four hits

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-- Indianapolis lost to Toledo, 4-3, in walkoff fashion.  Wilfredo Boscan gave up two runs on seven hits in five and two-thirds innings.  Rob Scahill blew a one-run, 8th inning lead, then newcomer Frank Herrmann gave up back-to-back doubles to start the 9th.  The Indians had only five hits.  Alen Hanson went 2-3.  Corey Hart had a two-run double in four at-bats and Willy Garcia had a triple in four at-bats.  Travis Snider was 0-4.

-- Altoona lost to Trenton, 3-1.  The Curve had eleven hits, but left a dozen runners on base.  Adam Frazier and Jose Osuna were each 2-5 with a double.  Stetson Allie was 2-4 with a double and Mel Rojas was 2-4.  Matt Benedict gave up three runs over six and a third innings.

-- Luis Heredia departed early yet again in Bradenton's 7-3 loss to Fort Myers.  Heredia lasted only an inning and a third, walking five and being charged with two runs.  He allowed two hits and struck out one.  Junior Lopez bailed him out of a one-out, bases-loaded jam.  Apart from stranding three runners, Lopez threw two and two-thirds scoreless innings, striking out four.  Wyatt Mathisen drove in all three runs with his fourth HR.  Mathisen was 2-4 and Austin Meadows 2-5.  Harold Ramirez went 1-4.

-- West Virginia beat Lexington, 8-1, to clinch a playoff berth.  The top three hitters in the Power order combined for ten hits.  Tito Polo (pictured) was 4-5 with two doubles and Connor Joe 3-6.  Kevin Kramer got his first full season hits, going 3-6 with a double and a triple.  Starter Colten Brewer allowed a run on four hits and three walks in six and two-thirds innings.  He struck out four.

-- Morgantown beat Mahoning Valley, 7-3.  Mitchell Tolman was 3-4 and Ty Moore 3-5 with a triple.  Christian Kelley and Ryan Nagle were each 2-5.  Ke'Bryan Hayes was 0-4 and is 0-for-11 since his promotion.  Starter Bret Helton allowed three runs over four innings.  Nick Hibbing and Tate Scioneaux combined for five scoreless innings of relief, giving up five hits and striking out five total.

-- Bristol lost to Pulaski, 6-1.  Starter Scooter Hightower gave up four runs, three earned, on six hits in five innings.  He walked two and struck out four.  Tomas Morales was 2-4.

-- The GCL Pirates finished their season with a 5-0 loss to the Yankees1.  The Pirates had only five hits.  Edison Lantigua was 2-4.  Four pitchers fanned a dozen batters total, but starter Nestor Oronel had one bad inning, allowing all five runs in the 3rd.