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Cannonballs coming: Clay Holmes has excellent start

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Bradenton was rained out.

-- Tyler Glasnow got good results without having good stuff in Indianapolis' (19-18) 4-1 win over Columbus.  Glasnow's velocity was down and his secondary stuff wasn't sharp, but he still allowed only a run, four hits and two walks in six innings.  He struck out five and threw 51 of 84 pitches for strikes.  Josh Bell (pictured) hopefully broke out of his slump, going 2-2 with two walks and a triple.  Jason Rogers also had a triple and went 2-4.  Others:

Adam Frazier:  3-4 (now hitting .306)
Max Moroff:  0-3, BB
Willy Garcia:  1-4
Gift Ngoepe:  0-3
A.J. Schugel:  IP, 2 K
Trey Haley:  IP, K

-- Clay Holmes had his best start of the season in Altoona's (21-17) 5-1 win over somebody other than Richmond Binghamton.  Holmes gave up a run on five hits in six innings.  He walked none, fanned six and threw 58 of 87 pitches for strikes.  Reese McGuire drove in three runs and went 2-4.  Others:

Harold Ramirez:  1-3, 2 BB
Erich Weiss:  1-5
Austin Meadows:  1-4
Dovydas Neverauskas:  IP, H, K

-- West Virginia (19-18) lost to Delmarva, 6-3.  J.T. Brubaker gave up four runs, three earned, in six innings.  He allowed seven hits and two walks, and struck out five.  After a strong start to his season, Brubaker has an ERA of 5.72 in his last four starts.  The Power had just five hits, two each by Tito Polo and Afredo Reyes.  Others:

Ke'Bryan Hayes:  0-3, BB
Carlos Munoz:  1-3, BB