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Cannonballs coming: Trevor Williams returns

Altoona and Brandon Waddell were rained out.

-- Indianapolis' anemic offense failed to back Tyler Glasnow as the Indians (21-21) were blanked by Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, 2-0.  Glasnow started off with five scoreless innings, but surrendered a two-run HR to Gary Sanchez in the sixth.  He finished with eight hits and two walks allowed, and nine strikeouts.  Glasnow threw 58 of 93 pitches for strikes and his velocity apparently was back up to 94-95, at least early in the game.  Cory Luebke threw a scoreless inning, allowing two hits and striking out two.  Indy's offense managed only four hits.  Others:

Adam Frazier:  0-3, BB
Alen Hanson:  1-4, 2B
Josh Bell:  0-3, BB
Jason Rogers:  0-4, 2 K
Willy Garcia:  1-4
Max Moroff:  1-3

-- Trevor Williams (pictured) threw five shutout innings in a rehab start as Bradenton (22-20) beat Dunedin, 8-2.  Williams gave up four hits, walked none and fanned four, while throwing 44 of 62 pitches for strikes.  Kevin Newman, Kevin Kramer and Pablo Reyes combined for seven hits and two walks at the top of the Marauders' order.  Others:

Newman:  2-4, 2B, BB (now batting .357)
Kramer:  2-5, 3 RBIs
Reyes:  3-4, BB
Connor Joe:  2-4, 2B

-- West Virginia (22-20) won the first game of its doubleheader with Hickory, 3-2.  The game was tied after the regulation seven innings.  Hickory scored a run in the top of the eighth, but the Power won the game on a bases-loaded, two-out error that let in two runs.  The Power had plenty of chances before that, but went 2-for-13 with RISP and fanned 13 times, eight against a starter who came in with an opponents' batting average of .331.  Power starter Logan Sendelbach breezed through four quick innings, with no hits allowed.  He ran into trouble in the fifth, though, and exited with two outs due to a high pitch count for the inning.  He still allowed only one run and one hit, with three walks and three strikeouts.  Daniel Zamora gave up one run over the final three and a third innings.  Others:

Tito Polo:  1-4, 2B, 3 K
Logan Hill:  0-4, 2 K
Carlos Munoz:  2-4, 2B
Ryan Nagle:  2-3, BB

The Power got stomped in game two, 9-2.  Billy Roth, making his first start of the season, couldn't throw strikes, managing just 32 in 72 pitches.  He gave up six runs, five earned, in three innings.  Roth allowed six hits and four walks, and struck out three.  Daniel Arribas hit his fifth HR and Cole Tucker went 3-4.  Others:

Polo:  1-4, 2 K
Ke'Bryan Hayes:  0-2
Hill:  0-3, 3 K (0-10, 6 K since demotion)