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Cannonballs Coming: Brault stays hot on both sides of the ball

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-- Indianapolis lost to Toledo, 3-2.  Willy Garcia went 2-4 with a double and Keon Broxton 1-3 with a triple.  Alen Hanson was 0-4.  Starter Matt Benedict gave up three runs in four and a third innings.  A.J. Morris threw four and two-thirds shutout innings in relief.  He gave up two hits, walked none and struck out four.

-- Steven Brault (pictured) threw eight shutout innings and went 3-4 at the plate as Altoona beat Binghamton, 8-0.  Brault gave up just three hits, walked none, fanned five, and threw 63 of 98 pitches for strikes.  He also is now 7-for-16 in his career as a hitter.  Austin Meadows went 2-4 with a triple and Stetson Allie 2-5 with his 17th HR.  Jose Osuna and Jacob Stallings also had two hits apiece.

-- Bradenton got only two hits in a 4-1 loss to St. Lucie.  Cody Dickson gave up four runs on five hits and two walks in four and two-thirds innings.  He struck out six.  Harold Ramirez went 0-4.

-- Austin Coley got his 16th win as West Virginia beat Kannapolis, 7-1.  Coley gave up one run in seven innings, allowing four hits and no walks, and striking out five.  Edgar Santana struck out four in two scoreless innings of relief.  Taylor Gushue and Tyler Filliben each had two hits.  Pablo Reyes had a two-run double.  Kevin Kramer played short in place of Kevin Newman, who apparently was injured when hit by a pitch yesterday.  Kramer was 0-5.

-- Morgantown lost to Williamsport, 2-0.  Bret Helton gave up an unearned run in four innings.  He allowed two hits and three walks, and struck out four.  Cesilio Pimentel struck out four in two perfect innings of relief.  Christian Kelley went 2-3 and Ke'Bryan Hayes 2-4.