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Cannonballs coming: Good days for Kyle Lobstein, Mitch Keller, Ke'Bryan Hayes

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-P- Indianapolis got shut out by Toledo, 6-0. Kyle Lobstein (1.73 ERA) started in place of Tyler Glasnow and pitched six scoreless innings, with most of the Mud Hens' runs charged to Curtis Partch. The Indy offense had six hits, two of which belonged to Alen Hanson (.254). Josh Bell went 0-for-3.

-P- Altoona beat Akron, 6-2. Clay Holmes (4.30) allowed two earned runs and struck out four over six innings, although he also walked four. Kevin Newman (.329), Harold Ramirez, Eric Wood and Barrett Barnes each had two hits.

-P- Bradenton lost both ends of a doubleheader against Fort Myers, 5-0 and 8-3. In the first game, Austin Coley pitched all eight innings and gave up three home runs, striking out just two but walking only one. The Marauders offense managed just five singles. In the nightcap, Tanner Anderson and Luis Heredia (2.06) each gave up four runs. Chase Simpson and Michael Suchy each had two hits.

-P- West Virginia lost to Lakewood, 3-2, in 10 innings. Mitch Keller (2.87) allowed two runs over seven innings, striking out six and walking one. Ke'Bryan Hayes, playing for the first time since Sunday, went 3-for-4 with a double. Daniel Arribas went 2-for-4 with a double.

-P- Morgantown was off.

-P- Bristol won both ends of a doubleheader against Elizabethton, 7-4 and 4-1. In the first game, Blake Cederlind allowed three runs, two earned, over three innings, striking out four and walking two. Center fielder Garrett Brown went 4-for-4 with a double. In the late game, 2016 21st-round pick Matt Eckelman pitched five scoreless innings, striking out four and walking none. First baseman Jhoan Herrera went 2-for-3 with a homer and a double.

-P- The GCL Pirates got shut out by Yankees West, 3-0. Miguel Hernandez pitched five scoreless innings, striking out three and walking none, while reliever Chris McDonald gave up three runs (two earned) over three. The Bucs' offense managed just three hits and three walks.

-P- The DSL Bucs lost to the Indians, 11-9. 17-year-old starter Leandro Pina allowed his first two earned runs of the year. Shortstop Rodolfo Castro was 3-for-5, and outfielder Eddy Vizcaino went 2-for-3 with a double and a triple.