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Cannonballs coming: Meadows’ 3-run HR keys Indy win

— Indianapolis (20-18) topped Columbus, 4-2. Drew Hutchison gave up just four hits and a walk while striking out four in six innings. Two of the hits were solo HRs, though. Hutchison has been pitching better lately, with an ERA of 1.93 in his last three starts. The score was 2-0 in the eighth, when Austin Meadows hit his second HR of the season with two on base. Indy added an insurance run in the ninth. Meadows finished 1-5 while Chris Bostick went 2-5 with two runs.

Max Moroff: 0-4, BB
Phil Gosselin: 3-5
Barrett Barnes: 0-2, 2 HBP
Pat Light: IP, H, BB
Edgar Santana: IP, H, 2 K

— Altoona (22-15) dropped an 8-5 game to Binghamton. Yeudy Garcia had a string of three good starts broken, lasting only three and two-thirds. He gave up four runs on seven hits and three walks, with three strikeouts. Edwin Espinal and Jordan Luplow each went deep, Espinal’s fourth and Luplow’s eighth. Luplow finished 2-4. Kevin Kramer failed to reach base for the first time all year, going 0-5.

Wyatt Mathisen: 2-4
Connor Joe: PH single
Sean Keselica: 1.1 IP, 2 H, R
Tate Scioneaux: 2 IP, 4 H, 2 R, K

— Bradenton (26-15) scored two in the top of the ninth to beat Daytona, 5-3. Casey Sadler, making his second rehab appearance, had allowed a run in the eighth to tie the game, 3-3. Sadler gave up a triple to the first batter he faced, but after the run scored he fanned five of the next six hitters. Starter Dario Agrazal gave up two runs, one earned, in seven innings on five hits and a walk. He fanned eight. Logan Hill broke the tie in the ninth with a solo HR, his 11th HR on the year, giving him the lead in the Florida State League.

Cole Tucker: 1-3, 2 BB
Will Craig: 0-2, 2 BB, HBP
Ke’Bryan Hayes: 2-3, 2B, BB, SF
Christian Kelley: 0-3, BB, HBP
Casey Hughston: 1-5, 3B

— West Virginia (18-21) dropped a ten-inning game to Columbia, 3-2. Luis Escobar bounced back from a couple rough starts, allowing a run over five innings. He gave up four hits and two walks, and fanned six. Dylan Prohoroff threw two scoreless innings in relief, allowing a hit and fanning four. Drafted in round eight last year, Prohoroff got off to a rough start this year, partly due to control problems. In his last seven outings, though, Prohoroff has walked none in eight and a third innings, while allowing just three hits and fanning 11. The Pirates have tried to get Prohoroff to calm down a delivery that includes a violent head jerk, so they may be making some progress. The Power couldn’t hold a 2-1 lead in the bottom of the ninth, giving up an unearned run to tie the game. Matt Eckelman let in the winning run in the tenth by throwing a wild pitch on his first pitch after entering with the bases loaded.

Stephen Alemais: 0-3 (left after being injured on play at second)
Trae Arbet: 1-1, 2B
Ty Moore: 1-3, 2 BB
Adrian Valerio: 0-3, BB