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Cannonballs Coming: Four hits for Reese McGuire

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-- Trevor Williams' string of strong starts came to an end in Indianapolis' (53-51) 11-2 shelling at the hands of Gwinnett.  Williams gave up eight runs in two and two-thirds innings, on six hits and three walks.  Five of the runs were unearned thanks to three errors, including one by Josh Bell in right field.  Williams got hit hard, though, and walked the second hitter in each of his three innings, with all of them scoring.  The Indians had only four hits, including Danny Ortiz' twelfth HR.

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

-- Altoona (57-45) beat Erie, 6-2.  Clay Holmes had a solid start, giving up two runs on six hits in six innings.  He walked two and struck out three, but it took him 102 pitches to get through six.  Reese McGuire led a 16-hit attack, going 4-5 with a triple.  Anderson Feliz also went 4-5.

Kevin Newman:  0-4
Harold Ramirez:  1-4
Eric Wood:  2-4, 2B
Barrett Barnes:  2-4 (batting .302)
Stetson Allie:  3-4, 2B
Jared Lakind:  IP

-- Bradenton (52-47) took a 3-1 lead over St. Lucie into the bottom of the eighth, but Sam Street gave up five runs while recording only two outs, leading to a 6-3 loss.  J.T. Brubaker gave up just a run on four hits over seven innings.  He walked one and struck out one.  Cole Tucker, Kevin Kramer and Elvis Escobar all went 2-4.  Tucker had a double.

Tito Polo:  1-5, 3 K
Connor Joe:  0-4

-- West Virginia (51-50) lost to Rome, 6-5.  Dario Agrazal gave up three runs on six hits in six innings.  He walked none and fanned six.  Logan Hill went 4-4.  In his last ten games, he's 17-for-37 (.459).

Casey Hughston:  0-5, 3 K
Mitchell Tolman:  0-3, 2 BB
Carlos Munoz:  2-4

-- Morgantown (19-19) lost the first game of its doubleheader with Lowell, 5-3.  James Marvel, who's been up and down in his return from Tommy John surgery, got hit hard in this one.  He gave up eight hits and four runs in five innings, with one walk and two strikeouts.  Will Craig seems to be getting the bat going, as he went 3-4 with two doubles.

Stephen Alemais:  1-3, BB
Hunter Owen:  0-4
Sandy Santos:  1-1, BB

The Black Bears blanked Lowell in the second game, 4-0.  Starter Danny Beddes threw six shutout innings, allowing four hits, walking none and fanning five.  Beddes now has a 2.39 ERA on the year, with 27 hits and ten walks allowed in 37.2 IP.  He also proposed (successfully) to his girl friend on the field before last Sunday's game, so he's on a roll.  Erik Forgione tripled and scored two runs.

Alemais:  1-3
Craig:  1-3

-- Bristol (15-17) got shut out by Burlington, 4-0.  Nick Economos gave up two runs on five hits in five innings.  He walked none and struck out one.  The Pirates had only six hits, half of them by Garrett Brown, who was 3-4.  They drew no walks and fanned a dozen times.

Adrian Valerio:  0-4
John Pomeroy:  IP, 2 K

-- The GCL Pirates (13-15) edged the Braves, 2-1.  Miguel Hernandez threw five shutout innings, allowing just two hits and two walks, and striking out five.  He now has a 2.55 ERA and opponents are batting just .183 against him.  Mikell Granberry drove in both runs with a double.

Edison Lantigua:  1-3
Yondry Contreras:  0-3, BB

-- The DSL Pirates (16-28) lost to the Yankees1, 10-5.  Starter Sergio Cubilete gave up three runs in five innings.  Jeremias Portorreal went 3-5 and Samuel Inoa was 2-5 with his first HR.  The longball was just the team's third in 44 games.

Kevin Sanchez:  1-5
Sherton Apostel:  0-5
Eddy Vizcaino:  2-4, 2B