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Cannonballs coming: Trevor Williams has brilliant start

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-P- Indianapolis shut out Toledo, 2-0. Trevor Wiliams had a second straight strong start, pitching seven shutout innings while striking out five, walking none, and allowing just one hit (a single). Alen Hanson went 2-for-3 with two stolen bases. Dovydas Neverauskas registered his third save with a scoreless ninth. Josh Bell and Austin Meadows were again absent from Indianapolis' lineup, for reasons that, as far as I know, remain unclear.

-P- Altoona beat Bowie, 5-3. Cody Dickson allowed one run over six innings, striking out two and walking three. Harold Ramirez went 2-for-3 with a triple, and Eric Wood also had two hits. Kevin Newman went 1-for-3 with a double and a walk. He's now batting .315.

-P- Bradenton lost 3-1 to Charlotte. Buddy Borden took the loss after allowing two runs over five innings. Tito Polo, Kevin Kramer and Michael Suchy each had two hits. Cole Tucker went 0-for-4.

-P- West Virginia shut out Columbia, 4-0. Logan Sendelbach struck out two batters and allowed just two hits and no walks over six innings, lowering his ERA to 3.21. Daniel Arribas went 2-for-4 with a homer, and Carlos Munoz, Logan Ratledge and John Bormann also had multi-hit games. Ke'Bryan Hayes went 0-for-4 with two strikeouts in his first game since Wednesday and is now hitting .189 in his last 10 games.

-P- Morgantown got blown out by Auburn, 14-0. James Marvel, whose pro debut two weeks ago was so impressive, struggled badly, allowing seven runs (five earned) and failing to get out of the second inning. Neil Kozikowski then came on and didn't fare much better. The Black Bears managed just two hits, both by Albert Baur. Will Craig went 0-for-4 and is now batting .159.

-P- Bristol allowed double-digit runs for the second consecutive day against Pulaski, but this time didn't find the offense to match, falling 12-0. Starter Nestor Oronel actually wasn't that bad, allowing three runs and two homers but striking out five and walking one over 4.1 innings. The real goat was David Whitehead, who's now struggling through his rehab assignment after 11 terrible starts for Altoona. He pitched one inning Sunday and allowed six runs. Obviously, the Bristol offense didn't do much, although Adrian Valerio (.289) had two hits.

-P- The GCL and DSL teams were off.