-P- Indianapolis lost both ends of a doubleheader against Toledo, 5-3 and 9-1. In the early game, Wilfredo Boscan pitched six innings and allowed five runs, striking out four and walking one. Gift Ngoepe and Danny Ortiz provided most of the offense, with each hitting a homer. Josh Bell went 0-for-2 with a walk.
In the later game, Justin Masterson continued to struggle, allowing five runs in 2.1 innings. His ERA for the season is now 6.30. Indy managed just three hits, all singles, against Dustin Molleken and a series of relievers. Alen Hanson had a hit and a walk and stole two bases.
-P- Altoona lost to Bowie, 10-8. The offense had 13 hits, including three by Erich Weiss and two each from Kevin Newman, Eric Wood and Barrett Barnes. Altoona starter Alex McRae did not fare nearly so well, allowing six runs, five earned, over five innings. He did, however, strike out five and walk one. Harold Ramirez and Reese McGuire each hit 1-for-5.
-P- Bradenton fell to Charlotte, 6-3. Stephen Tarpley allowed six runs, four earned, over 3.1 innings, whiffing four, walking three and allowing two home runs. The Marauders had seven hits, including two by Taylor Gushue. Cole Tucker went 1-for-4 with a walk, and Tito Polo went 1-for-4.
-P- West Virginia lost 2-0 to Columbia. It was a solid outing for Gage Hinsz, who gave up two runs, one earned, while striking out four and walking none in five innings. The Power had only four hits, with Logan Hill's double the only one that went for extra bases.
-P- Hey, a win! Morgantown won 11-5 against Auburn. The Black Bears had 15 hits, including three each from Sandy Santos (.404) and Matt Diorio. Santos and Clark Eagan also doubled twice apiece. The offense also walked eight times. Starter Luis Escobar allowed two runs while striking out four and walking three over 3.1 innings.
-P- Bristol fell 6-4 to Burlington. DH Huascar Fuentes went 2-for-4 with a homer, and Michael De La Cruz went 1-for-2 with two walks and two runs scored. Starter Blake Cederlind, the Pirates' fifth-round pick this year, pitched three scoreless innings, striking out two and walked none.
-P- The GCL squad got blown out by the Blue Jays, 9-0. They managed just four hits, two of them by left fielder Henrry Rosario. Starter Miguel Hernandez allowed three runs and only recorded one out, while reliever Mister Luciano gave up six runs, three earned, over 3.2 innings. Rehabbing reliever Rinku Singh -- who's now 27, incredibly -- pitched a scoreless inning in his return from a series of elbow problems. It was his first competitive appearance since 2012.
-P- The DSL Bucs beat the Yankees, 4-1. Rudy Guzman went 3-for-3 with two triples, while Kyle Simmons and Ramy Perez each had two hits. Starter Leandro Pina pitched five scoreless innings, striking out three and walking none.