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Cannonballs coming: Josh Bell homers, has 4 hits

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-P- Indianapolis beat Louisville in 11 innings, 3-2. Josh Bell (now batting .327) had four hits, including his 13th homer of the season, and scored the winning run, although he did make an out at one point. Jose Osuna also homered. Wilfredo Boscan allowed two runs, one earned, and struck out three batters over six inning.

-P- Altoona lost to Akron, 8-4. Alex McRae, whose ERA is now 10.25 after six Double-A starts, gave up six runs and failed to get out of the second inning. Stetson Allie hit his seventh homer of the year, and Harold Ramirez had two hits.

-P- Bradenton beat Charlotte, 7-2. Stephen Tarpley pitched seven scoreless innings, striking out six, walking two and lowering his ERA for the season to 3.42. Tito Polo went 2-for-3 with a homer and two walks. Jordan Luplow went 3-for-4 with a walk.

-P- West Virginia got shut out by Greensboro, 3-0. Gage Hinsz gave up three runs in six innings, striking out three and walking none. For the second consecutive day, the Power offense got just two hits, both singles.

-P- Morgantown beat Aberdeen, 4-1. 2016 10th-round pick Matt Anderson allowed one run in three innings, striking out six and walking one. Luis Escobar pitched 4.2 scoreless innings after that. Matt Diorio hit his first pro homer. Jordan George (.304) went 1-for-2 with two walks and now has 16 walks against five strikeouts for the season. Kevin Krause had two hits. Will Craig went 1-for-4 with a double.

-P- Bristol's game was postponed.

-P- The GCL Bucs lost to one of the Yankees' teams, 7-3. Brian Sousa gave up four runs over five innings, although only one was earned. All the Pirates' runs came via a three-run homer by Henrry Rosario, although Victor Ngoepe had three hits and Nelson Jorge had two.

-P- The DSL squad lost 5-2 to the Mets. Adonis Pichardo pitched four scoreless innings, whiffing two and walking three. 18-year-old Oliver Garcia followed with three scoreless of his own. Williams Calderon had two doubles, and catcher Gabriel Brito also had two hits.