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Cannonballs coming: Nick Kingham returns

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-P- Indianapolis beat Toledo, 4-1. Trevor Williams had another strong start, allowing one run in seven innings while striking out four and walking one. Dovydas Neverauskas (1.86) pitched a perfect eighth. Willy Garcia homered, Jason Rogers had three hits, and Alen Hanson and Pedro Florimon had two hits apiece.

-P- Altoona beat Erie, 4-3. Kevin Newman (.347) went 3-for-5, and Edwin Espinal (.319) went 3-for-4. Harold Ramirez hit a go-ahead, two-run triple in the ninth. Cody Dickson allowed one run over six innings, striking out five and walking three. Montana DuRapau (2.36) recorded two strikeouts in a scoreless ninth. Reese McGuire went 0-for-4.

-P- Bradenton beat Brevard County, 6-4. Buddy Borden allowed four runs in 3.1 innings, with Tate Scioneaux, Junior Lopez and Nick Neumann combining for 5.2 scoreless innings of relief after that. Connor Joe hit his fourth homer of the season, and Chase Simpson and Michael Suchy each had two hits. Elias Diaz caught and went 0-for-3.

-P- West Virginia's matchup against Lakewood was postponed.

-P- Morgantown lost to Tri-City, 7-3. Stephan Meyer (6.35) allowed four runs over five innings, and Billy Roth (7.45) gave up the other three runs. 2016 third-round pick Stephen Alemais (.273) went 2-for-4 with a double and a walk, and Albert Baur went 2-for-4 with a triple. Catcher Arden Pabst also had two hits. Center fielder Sandy Santos (.329) went 0-for-5 with four whiffs. Will Craig went 0-for-4 with two strikeouts, his average falling to .148.

-P- Bristol's game against Elizabethton was postponed.

-P- The GCL Pirates lost to the Braves, 3-1. Nick Kingham made his first rehab start after having Tommy John surgery last season, and he pitched three innings, allowing three runs while striking out two and walking one. The Bucs' offense managed just four hits, all singles.

-P- The DSL squad beat the Indians, 3-2. Sergio Cubilete allowed just one run over four innings, although he struck out two and walked four. Samuel Inoa went 2-for-5 with a double, and Carlos Garcia went 2-for-4.