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Cannonballs coming: Sendelbach perfect for five

Indianapolis was rained out again.

-- Clay Holmes had a rough introduction to AA as Altoona fell to Harrisburg, 10-4.  Holmes gave up six runs on five hits and five walks over four innings, with just one strikeout.  Montana DuRapau also had a rough outing, although both runs he allowed were unearned.  He gave up three hits and a walk in one inning.  Jin-De Jhang and Stetson Allie each went 2-4, Jhang with two doubles and Allie with a HR.  Jhang had a rough night on defense, though, leading to his pitchers being charged with six wild pitches.  Anderson Feliz went 3-4 with a double.  Others:

Harold Ramirez:  0-4
Jose Osuna:  1-4
Jared Lakind:  2 IP, 4 H, 2 R, 1 BB, 2 K

-- Bradenton couldn't hold a 2-0 lead and lost, 3-2, to Ft. Myers.  Brandon Waddell threw five shutout innings, allowing two hits, walking none and striking out four.  Miguel Rosario gave up three runs, two earned, to lose it in relief.  Elvis Escobar's two-run HR accounted for the offense, but Escobar's second error in as many games let one of the runs score.  Others:

Kevin Newman:  1-4
Kevin Kramer:  1-4, 3B
Connor Joe:  1-4, 3 K
Jerrick Suiter:  2-4
Jordan Luplow:  0-4

-- West Virginia failed to hold a 1-0 lead in the 9th, but scored four in the 11th to beat Greensboro, 5-1.  Starter Logan Sendelbach (pictured) threw five perfect innings, fanning four.  The only run came off Seth McGarry and was unearned.  Daniel Zamora finished with three hitless innings to get the win.  He walked one and fanned five.  The Power allowed only three hits total.  Casey Hughston homered in the 2nd, his only hit in five at-bats.  A bases-clearing double by Tito Polo!, his only hit in six at-bats, put the Power ahead in the 11th.  Others:

Mitchell Tolman:  2-5, 2 2B, BB
Ke'Bryan Hayes:  2-4, BB
Carlos Munoz:  1-4
Ryan Nagle:  2-5, 1 2B