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Cannonballs coming: Terrific start for Chad Kuhl

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Altoona was off.

-- This is getting to be a broken record.  Indianapolis (18-18) starter Chad Kuhl had a great outing against a decent-hitting Columbus team, allowing just one hit and one walk in seven shutout innings.  He struck out six and threw 60 of 88 pitches for strikes as the Indians won, 2-0. Kuhl has now allowed just 22 hits and nine walks in 39.2 innings.  Indy didn't get much offense, with only four hits.  Others:

Adam Frazier:  1-3, 2B, BB
Max Moroff:  0-3, BB
Josh Bell:  0-4, 2 K (now hitting .264)
Jason Rogers:  1-3, BB
Willy Garcia:  1-3
Gift Ngoepe:  0-3, 2 K
Rob Scahill:  IP, 2 K, Sv

NOTE:  I don't know whether this has been mentioned here, but Steven Brault will miss 6-8 weeks with his hammy issue.

-- Bradenton (19-18) blew a 5-1 lead in the bottom of the eighth, but Elvis Escobar's second HR of the season brought in two runs in the top of the ninth and the Marauders beat Brevard County, 7-5.  Starter Jose Regalado gave up just an unearned run in five innings.  Tate Scioneaux threw two scoreless innings, giving up one hit and fanning five over two innings.  Colten Brewer, evidently out of the rotation, got the save with a scoreless inning of relief.  Connor Joe went 3-5 with a double and Taylor Gushue 2-5 with a triple.  Others:

Kevin Newman:  0-2, 2 BB
Kevin Kramer:  0-3, BB

-- West Virginia (19-17) came back from three runs down in the seventh to beat Delmarva, 6-3.  Starter Logan Sendelbach gave up three runs over five innings.  Ke'Bryan Hayes went 2-4 with his fourth HR, and Ryan Nagle had a three-run double.  Others:

Tito Polo:  2-3, BB
Cole Tucker:  0-4
Mitchell Tolman:  2-2, BB
Seth McGarry:  2 IP, H, BB, 2 K