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Cannonballs coming: Eric Wood homers twice

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-- Indianapolis (49-45) had only four hits but shut out Louisville, 4-0.  Trevor Williams had a strong start, going six innings and allowing just three hits and a walk.  He struck out four.  Francisco Cervelli continued his rehab, catching seven innings again and going 2-4 again, this time with a double.

Alen Hanson:  0-4
Max Moroff:  0-3, BB
Jason Rogers:  1-4, 2B
Willy Garcia:  0-4
Curtis Partch:  IP, 2 K

-- Ryan Vogelsong threw six shutout innings in a rehab start as Altoona (52-39) won the first game of its doubleheader with Harrisburg, 5-0.  Vogelsong gave up two hits and two walks, and struck out three.  Stetson Allie hit his eighth HR and Eric Wood (pictured) his twelfth.  Allie finished 3-3 and Wood 1-2 with a walk.

Kevin Newman:  0-3
Erich Weiss:  0-3
Harold Ramirez:  2-3
Edwin Espinal:  1-3, 2B
Reese McGuire:  0-3

The Curve dropped game two, 3-2.  Clay Holmes allowed two runs over five innings on five hits and two walks.  He struck out four.  Wood made things interesting with a two-run HR, his thirteenth, in the bottom of the seventh.  A huge month of July has suddenly made Wood an intriguing player.  Overall, he's hitting 260/337/492 while playing in a home park that isn't kind to right-handed power hitters.  His plate discipline has been very solid, with 29 walks and 48 strikeouts in 277 plate appearances.  And from what I've seen this year, his defense at third has improved markedly.  He'll be 24 at the start of next season, which is OK for a guy first reaching AAA.

Ramirez:  1-3
Espinal:  0-3
McGuire:  2-3, 2B
Weiss:  doubled as PH

-- Bradenton (49-41) beat Dunedin, 9-4.  Five different players had two hits apiece.  Taylor Gushue and Connor Joe each went 2-4 with a double, with Gushue driving in three runs and Joe two.  Chase Simpson drew four walks.  J.T. Brubaker had one bad inning, but still went seven, allowing four runs, three earned.  He gave up five hits and two walks, and struck out five.

Tito Polo:  1-6
Cole Tucker:  2-5
Kevin Kramer:  2-5, 2B

-- West Virginia (47-44) stomped Hickory, 8-1.  Daniel Arribas went 2-5 with a double, a triple and three RBIs.  Logan Hill was 2-4 with a walk and his third HR.  Logan Sendelbach allowed one run in five innings on three hits and a walk.  He struck out two.

Casey Hughston:  1-4, BB
Mitchell Tolman:  1-5, 2B
Ryan Nagle:  2-4

-- Morgantown (13-15) beat Auburn, 5-2.  Danny Beddes gave up a run on six hits and a walk in six innings.  He fanned five.  Clark Eagan was 3-4 with two doubles and Hunter Owen 2-4 with his second HR.

Sandy Santos:  1-4
Stephen Alemais:  0-4
Kevin Mahala:  2-2, 2 BB

-- Bristol (9-12) got annihilated by Kingsport, 15-3.  Nestor Oronel gave up ten runs in four innings, six of the runs unearned due to Adrian Valerio's first error of the year.  David Whitehead continued his brutal season, giving up five runs while recording only two outs.  Bristol's runs came on two HRs, Raul Siri's first of the year and Deybi Garcia's first of his career.

Garrett Brown:  0-3
Valerio:  0-3, BB
Michael De La Cruz:  1-4

-- The GCL Pirates (9-10) shut out the Tigers West, 5-0.  Travis MacGregor threw four shutout innings, allowing four hits and a walk.  He struck out one.  Johan De Jesus was 2-4 with a double and Henrry Rosario hit his fifth HR.

Yondry Contreras:  0-5
Edison Lantigua:  0-3, BB
Mikell Granberry:  2-4

-- The DSL Pirates (14-22) beat the Cubs1, 5-1.  Roger Santana gave up a run on four hits and a walk in five innings.  He struck out four.  The Pirates had only four hits, but they benefited from seven walks and five errors.

Kevin Sanchez:  0-3
Christopher Perez:  1-4
Larry Alcime:  0-3, BB