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Cannonballs coming: Strong start for Chad Kuhl

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-- Chad Kuhl had a strong start in his second game of the season as Indianapolis (6-5) beat Toledo, 7-2.  Kuhl threw five shutout innings, allowing just two hits and a walk, while striking out five.  He threw 77 pitches, 50 for strikes.  Jared Hughes made his first rehab appearance with a scoreless inning.  He was shaky at the start, walking and hitting the first two batters, but he then got a double play grounder and another ground out.  Hughes threw eight of 16 pitches for strikes.  Max Moroff went 1-3 with a walk and a three-run double.  Jason Rogers and Josh Bell had back-to-back HRs in the eighth, the second longball for each.  They both went 1-3 with a walk.  Jung-Ho Kang continued his rehab, playing the whole game at third and going 0-4 with two strikeouts.  Others:

Alen Hanson:  2-4
Willy Garcia:  1-4, 2B

-- Altoona (5-8) dropped a 4-2 decision to Harrisburg.  Tyler Eppler struggled through the first three innings, but managed to go six, allowing three runs on eight hits.  He walked one and struck out five.  Jose Osuna went 1-4 with his third HR and second in two days.  Anderson Feliz was 2-4.  Others:

Reese McGuire:  1-4
Harold Ramirez:  0-4 (now hitting .149)

-- Bradenton (6-8) got shut out by Palm Beach, 3-0.  The Marauders had only six hits.  Kevin Newman was 2-3 with a walk, and is now hitting .388.  He's 10-for-18 in his last five games.  Yeudy Garcia made some progress over his first two starts, going five and a third innings and allowing two runs, both of which scored after he left.  Garcia allowed only three hits, but he walked four and threw two wild pitches.  He struck out six and threw 50 of 86 pitches for strikes.  Others:

Kevin Kramer:  0-4
Connor Joe:  1-4
Jordan Luplow:  1-4, 2B

-- West Virginia (11-3) lost a 1-0 game to Kannapolis.  Starter Dario Agrazal threw six shutout innings, allowing four hits and a walk, and fanning four.  Seth McGarry gave up the only run in his two innings.  He allowed two hits and struck out two.  The Power had just four hits, two of them by Alfredo Reyes.  Others:

Ke'Bryan Hayes:  1-4
Tito Polo:  0-4
Carlos Munoz:  0-4