clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Cannonballs Coming: Worley, Sanchez, Ishikawa lead Indianapolis

New, comments

-- Vance Worley went eight innings as Indianapolis hammered Toledo, 9-2.  Worley allowed the two runs on seven hits, while walking none and striking out six.  He needed only 96 pitches.  Tony Sanchez drove in four, going 3-4 with a double, and Gorkys Hernandez was 2-4 with a double and three RBIs.  Alen Hanson and John Bowker also went 2-4.  Travis Ishikawa started his rehab, serving as DH and getting two doubles in four at-bats.  Josh Bell was 1-2 with two walks.

-- Altoona blew a 2-0 lead in the 8th and lost to Binghamton, 3-2.  Zack Dodson threw seven shutout innings, giving up four hits and no walks, and striking out seven.  John Kuchno and Tom Harlan combined to allow three runs in the 8th, though, before Montana DuRapau got a strikeout to end the inning.  Altoona had five hits, all of them for extra bases.  Austin Meadows was 1-4 with a triple.  Adam Frazier, Max Moroff, Jose Osuna and Barrett Barnes all went 1-4 with a double.

-- Bradenton beat St. Lucie, 4-1.  Starter Felipe Gonzalez gave up one run in six and two-thirds innings.  Harold Ramirez went 2-4 and Reese McGuire 1-3.

-- Jerrick Suiter (pictured) went 3-4 with three doubles and three RBIs as West Virginia beat Kannapolis, 6-5.  Stephen Tarpley's last regular season start of the year didn't go very well, as Tarpley gave up four runs, three earned, on nine hits in five innings.  He walked none and struck out three.  Kevin Kramer played short and went 1-4, as Kevin Newman remained out of the lineup.  Michael Suchy went 0-3 and is now mired in a 3-for-38 slump.

-- Morgantown pounded Mahoning Valley, 10-3.  Brandon Waddell bounced back from three rough starts to go five innings, allowing one run on four hits and a walk, with four strikeouts.  Sean Keselica threw the last two innings, allowing just one runner on an error and striking out five.  Mitchell Tolman was 3-5 with a double and Erik Forgione also went 3-5.  Tolman is hitting .395 (17-for-43) in his last ten games.  Daniel Arribas was 2-3 with two walks, his third HR, and three RBIs.  Christian Kelley and Ty Moore each went 2-4.  Ke'Bryan Hayes was 0-5 and Carlos Munoz 0-3.