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Cannonballs coming: Maruauders get some power

Indianapolis was rained out.

— Altoona (15-10) rallied in the top of the ninth to tie its game with Akron, 2-2. Miguel Rosario, though, put the first two batters on in the bottom half via a walk and hit batsman, then gave up a walkoff double for a 3-2 loss. The Curve managed only five hits, with Connor Joe going 2-3 with a walk to raise his average to .300. Brandon Waddell returned from the disabled list to make the start. He was limited to three innings, but allowed just a walk and fanned six. Jared Lakind, who’s struggling a lot this year, gave up two runs to put Akron ahead, 2-1.

Kevin Newman: 0-3, BB
Kevin Kramer: 1-3, BB
Jordan Luplow: 0-2, BB
Wyatt Mathisen: 1-3, 2B

— Bradenton (16-12) beat St. Lucie, 9-4. Logan Hill (pictured) and Kevin Krause both went deep, Hill’s with two on and Krause’s with one. Hill’s HR was his seventh, tied for the Florida State League lead. Krause’s was his fourth. Mitchell Tolman went 2-2 with a double and four runs scored. Starter Pedro Vasquez gave up three runs on seven hits and two walks over five innings. He struck out four.

Cole Tucker: 3-5
Ke’Bryan Hayes: 1-4, BB
Casey Hughston: 1-3, BB

— West Virginia (13-15) topped Hickory, 6-1. James Marvel fanned eight over six innings, giving up a run on five hits and no walks. Carlos Munoz went 3-3.

Stephen Alemais: 1-5
Ty Moore: 1-3, BB