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Cannonballs coming: The system goes winless

Ke’Bryan Hayes

The GCL and DSL Pirates were off.

— Edgar Santana blew a one-run lead in the ninth as Indianapolis (52-41) lost to Louisville, 6-5. Santana gave up a double, a walk and a two-run double to put Louisville ahead to stay. Starling Marte, in his last rehab game, went 3-5 with a double. Jordan Luplow was 2-2 with a double and two walks. Tyler Eppler continued to struggle, giving up four runs on nine hits in six innings. He walked one and struck out three. Eppler has an ERA of 7.45 in eight outings since the beginning of June. Montana DuRapau made his AAA debut with a perfect inning, including a strikeout.

Chris Bostick: 2-5
Eric Wood: 0-3, BB
Gift Ngoepe: 1-4
Angel Sanchez: IP, K

— Altoona (47-44) missed a chance to get back into first place, as the Curve got hammered by Bowie, 9-1. Tanner Anderson gave up five runs on eight hits and three walks in six and two-thirds innings. He struck out eight. The Curve had just six hits.

Kevin Newman: 1-4
Logan Hill: 0-2, BB
Jerrick Suiter: 0-3, BB
Wyatt Mathisen: 1-4
Jake Brentz: 0.1 IP, H, 2 R, BB

— Bradenton (50-39) lost to Dunedin, 4-3. Gage Hinsz gave up three runs in six innings. He allowed six hits and three walks, and didn’t strike out anybody. Ke’Bryan Hayes (pictured) fell a triple short of a cycle, going 3-5. The HR was his first of the year.

Cole Tucker: 1-5
Will Craig: 2-5
Kevin Krause: 2-3, BB

— West Virginia (39-50) lost to Greensboro, 7-3. James Marvel gave up six runs on four hits and four walks in five innings. Three of the runs were unearned. He struck out two. Adrian Valerio went 3-5 and Hunter Owen hit his tenth HR.

— Morgantown (15-11) lost to Staten Island, 7-2. Gavin Wallace started off with four scoreless innings, but gave up five while retiring only two batters in the fifth. He allowed seven hits, walked none and struck out two. Raul Hernandez went 3-4 with a double. The rest of the team had only four hits.

Bligh Madris: 1-4
Tristan Gray: 0-4
Joel Cesar: IP, H, R, 2 K

— Bristol (7-17) gave up ten runs in the first en route to a 12-9 loss to Princeton. Jacob Taylor returned from a back problem that caused him to miss a couple starts and failed to retire a batter in the first. He gave up five hits, a walk and a hit batsman, and all seven scored. Ben Bengtsen went 2-5 with his first pro HR. Johan De Jesus was 2-4 with a double, a triple and four RBIs.

Edison Lantigua: 0-4, BB
Alex Manasa: 3 IP, 2 H, 2 R, K