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Cannonballs coming: Good day for Kuhl, Indy offense

The action was light, with both class A teams off.

-- Chad Kuhl (pictured) had a strong outing as Indianapolis (9-7) walloped Durham, 12-1.  Kuhl gave up a run in five innings on four hits.  He walked none, struck out six and threw 56 of 85 pitches for strikes.  Kelvin Marte, John Kuchno and Guido Knudson followed with four hitless innings.  Max Moroff, Cole Figueroa and Danny Ortiz had big days on offense.  Moroff and Ortiz each went 3-5 with their second HRs.  Figueroa also went 3-5 and fell a HR shy of the cycle.  Figueroa and Ortiz each drove in three runs.  Others:

Alen Hanson:  2-4, BB
Josh Bell:  0-4, BB
Willy Garcia:  1-5, 3 K

-- Austin Meadows made his season debut, but it did Altoona (8-10) no good as the Curve got blanked by Erie, 3-0.  Three mostly struggling pitchers limited Altoona to four hits, two of them by Chris Diaz.  Tyler Eppler had a shaky outing, giving up three runs and eleven hits in six and a third innings.  Two of the runs scored after he left.  Eppler walked none and struck out three.  Meadows went 1-4.  Others:

Erich Weiss:  0-3
Reese McGuire:  0-4
Harold Ramirez:  0-3, 2 K