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Cannonballs coming: Josh Bell goes deep

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-- Danny Ortiz hit a walkoff single in the bottom of the tenth to give Indianapolis a 3-2 win over Columbus.  Ortiz' hit followed two-out walks to Max Moroff and Josh Bell.  Bell, who finished 1-4, had provided the rest of the Indians' offense earlier with a two-run HR.  Indy had only five hits and struck out 15 times.  Chad Kuhl made his first start of the season, giving up two runs in four and two-thirds innings.  He allowed seven hits and a walk, and struck out three.  Others:

Alen Hanson:  0-5, 4 K
Adam Frazier:  1-3, 2 BB
Max Moroff:  1-3, 2 BB
Willy Garcia:  0-4 4 K
Guido Knudson:  2.1 IP, 1 H, 5 K

-- Altoona lost to Richmond in walkoff fashion, 3-2.  The loss wasted a strong start by Tyler Eppler, who allowed just one run over six innings.  He gave up only two hits, walked none and fanned six.  Eppler left with a 2-1 lead, but Jared Lakind gave up one run and Brett McKinney retired only one of the five hitters he faced in the bottom of the ninth, losing the game on a bases-loaded single.  Altoona had seven hits and struck out 11 times.  Others:

Harold Ramirez:  1-4
Jose Osuna:  1-4
Reese McGuire:  0-3
Barrett Barnes:  0-4, 2 K (1-for-14, 8 K on the season)

-- Yeudy Garcia struggled as Bradenton lost to Lakeland, 8-4.  Garcia lasted only three innings due to a high pitch count of 73.  He gave up three runs on five hits and a walk.  On the plus side, he fanned six.  Jordan Luplow broke out of a slump to go 2-5 with a double.  Others:

Kevin Newman:  1-4, BB
Kevin Kramer:  0-5
Pablo Reyes:  2-3, BB
Luis Heredia:  1 IP, 1 K

-- A two-out error in the bottom of the tenth scored Casey Hughston from third and gave West Virginia a walkoff 6-5 win over Lexington.  Hughston, who broke out of a slump with a 3-5 night, led off the inning with a single and moved up on a sacrifice and a groundout.  Starter Dario Agrazal allowed five runs in five innings, but Tanner Anderson and Tate Scioneaux combined for five shutout innings of relief.  Scioneaux retired all six hitters he faced, four on strikeouts.  Others:

Mitchell Tolman:  0-5
Carlos Munoz:  0-4
Daniel Arribas:  2-4, 2B, 3 runs
Ty Moore:  1-3, 3 RBI