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Cannonballs coming: DSL Pirates get 29 baserunners in a nine-inning game

Bristol was rained out.

-- Indianapolis went into extra innings with the score tied 2-2.  You should be able to find the final score here. The Indians took a 2-1 lead into the ninth, but Edgar Santana gave up a two-out, RBI single to blow the save.  Drew Hutchison had a much better outing than his first two since the trade, allowing one run in five innings.  He gave up three hits, walked none and struck out three.  Hutchison departed after a rain delay, having thrown 68 pitches.  Dovydas Neverauskas threw two scoreless innings.  Max Moroff and Willy Garcia each went 2-3 through the end of regulation.  Garcia hit his sixth HR and drove in both runs.

-- Altoona (66-52) beat Reading, 4-2.  Cody Dickson wentix innings, giving up two runs on four hits and four walks.  He struck out seven.  Edwin Espinal went 3-4 with a double and Anderson Feliz 2-3 with a double, his third HR and three RBIs.

Erich Weiss:  0-4
Eric Wood:  2-4, 2B
Barrett Barnes:  0-2, BB

-- Bradenton (60-56) beat St. Lucie, 4-2.  Yeudy Garcia had the sort of start he often has, allowing no runs, but lasting only five innings due to a pitch count of 86.  He gave up three hits and two walks, and fanned seven.  Tito Polo went 2-4.

Cole Tucker:  0-2, 2 BB
Kevin Kramer:  1-4

-- West Virginia (60-58) lost to Delmarva, 7-1.  Dario Agrazal gave up two runs on seven hits in six innings.  The Power had only five hits.  Carlos Munoz went 2-3 with a double and a walk.

-- Morgantown (25-30) scored four runs in the top of the ninth to come from behind and beat Brooklyn, 8-5.  Kevin Mahala (pictured) went 4-5, Stephen Alemais 3-6 and Kevin Krause 3-5.  Matt Diorio hit his second HR and drove in three runs.  Will Craig went 0-4; he's now hitless in three games following his 17-game hitting streak.  Starter Luis Escobar allowed two unearned runs on four hits in three innings.  He walked one and struck out three.  Escobar had a long third inning, which may be why he came out.

-- The GCL Pirates (17-25) gave up only five hits, but still lost to the Tigers East, 10-3.  Starter Miguel Hernandez allowed only one hit in three and two-thirds innings, but various sorts of LaLooshian tomfoolery resulted in him being charged with five runs, four earned.  Luis Benitez had two doubles.

Mikell Granberry:  2-3, 2B, BB
Edison Lantigua:  0-4

-- The DSL Pirates (26-34) won a wild one from the Indians, 12-8.  Dusty Baker wouldn't have been happy, as the Bucs kept the bases clogged all day with a dozen hits, 13 walks and four hit batsmen.  They scored a dozen runs and still managed to leave 17 runners on base.  The Bucs have won 10 of their last 13.  Jeremias Portorreal continued his surge, going 2-5 with a walk, two doubles and five RBIs.  The top two hitters in the order got on base nine times in 14 plate appearances, with Rudy Guzman going 2-4 with three walks and Francisco Mepris 0-3 with four walks and three runs.  Rodolfo Castro was 2-3 with a double, two walks, and four runs.

Samuel Inoa:  1-4, 3B, 3 RBI
Gabriel Brito:  1-5