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Cannonballs coming: Good starts for Tyler Glasnow, Clay Holmes

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-P- Indianapolis lost to Toledo, 4-3. Tyler Glasnow wasn't bedeviled by the control problems with which he's struggled recently, striking out eight batters and walking one while allowing two runs in six innings. Jose Osuna had two doubles, while Alen Hanson also had two hits.

-P- Altoona beat Bowie, 2-1. Clay Holmes was terrific, whiffing nine batters and walking only one in seven innings. Jared Lakind followed with five strikeouts in two innings of relief. Erich Weiss and Chris Diaz each had two hits, including a double apiece.

-P- Bradenton lost 3-2 to Charlotte. Austin Coley allowed three runs, two earned, over 6.2 innings, whiffing two and walking one. Luis Heredia pitched a scoreless inning of relief, lowering his ERA to 1.09. Kevin Kramer, Pablo Reyes, Jerrick Suiter and Michael Suchy each had two hits. Tito Polo went 0-for-5, and Cole Tucker was 0-for-4 with a walk.

-P- West Virginia beat Columbia, 7-6. Mitch Keller allowed three runs over five innings, although he struck out six and walked just one. Carlos Munoz had a huge game, going 4-for-4 with a triple and a homer. Logan Hill also homered.

-P- Morgantown also won 7-6, to Auburn. The Black Bears managed only seven hits, although five of those went for extra bases, including a homer by Albert Baur. Starter Stephan Meyer allowed four runs over four innings, raising his ERA for the season to 6.11.

-P- Bristol beat Pulaski -- and this is true -- by a score of 15-14. The two teams scored 13 runs between them in the second inning alone. Outfielder Garrett Brown (4-for-4 with a triple and four RBIs) and first baseman Jhoan Herrera (3-for-4 with a two-run homer and four RBIs) led the way. Six Bristol players also stole a base in the game. All of the five pitchers Bristol used allowed runs, with starter Adam Oller taking the brunt of the damage.

-P- The GCL Bucs lost 15-5 to the Blue Jays. Hot-hitting Henrry Rosario went 2-for-2 with a homer and a double, and Victor Ngoepe had two hits as well. Starter Domingo Robles went three innings and allowed six runs, with most of the rest being charged to relievers Julian Villamar and Luis Benitez.

-P- The DSL Bucs beat the Cubs, 2-1. Sergio Cubilete pitched five innings, allowing only an unearned run and walking none while striking out three. Francisco Mepris had two hits, while Gabriel Brito and Cristopher Perez both doubled.