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Cannonballs coming: Lots of players dinged up

MLB: Spring Training-Pittsburgh Pirates at Minnesota Twins Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

One injury note: Logan Hill went on the disabled list with a fractured hand that resulted from getting hit by a pitch. He’s probably done for the year.

— Indianapolis (57-47) lost to Rochester, 3-1. Clay Holmes had control problems early and came out after four innings, although his pitch count was still just 72. He allowed no runs on three hits and three walks. He struck out four. After getting shut out through eight innings, the Indians loaded the bases with nobody out in the ninth, but scored only one run. They had only five hits in the game. Kevin Newman singled his first time up but came out for a pinch runner. He fouled a pitch off his shin earlier in the at-bat and it swelled up.

Chris Bostick: 1-4
Elias Diaz: 0-4, batting .106 (5-for-47) in last 11 games
Dovydas Neverauskas: 2 IP, 2 H, R, K

— Altoona (53-49) lost to Trenton, 5-4. Casey Sadler made his first start of the year, going five innings and giving up three runs on five hits. He walked none and struck out four. The Curve got all its offense from the longball. Edwin Espinal (pictured) hit his 15th with two on base and Connor Joe hit his fourth.

Jerrick Suiter: 1-4
Jin-De Jhang: 0-4

— Bradenton (59-41) had 16 hits in an 8-1 win over St. Lucie. Mitchell Tolman was 3-5 and Jordan George 2-3 with a double, a triple and a walk. Ke’Bryan Hayes was 2-4 with a walk, his second HR and three runs. Cam Vieaux went six innings, giving up a run on six hits and three walks. He fanned eight.

Will Craig: 1-5
Christian Kelley: 2-5
Casey Hughston: 2-4, 3B

— West Virginia (46-52) lost to Hagerstown, 6-3. Starter Mike Wallace gave up three runs on six hits in six innings. He walked none and struck out three. The Power had only four hits and are playing without their two best players, Adrian Valerio and Hunter Owen. Garrett Brown went 1-3 with a walk.

— Morgantown (23-12) scored a run in the top of the ninth to beat Auburn, 2-1. The winning run scored on a double by Tristan Gray, who went 1-4. Gavin Wallace threw five shutout innings, giving up three hits and no walks, and striking out three.

Jared Oliva: 1-4
Bligh Madris: 0-4
Dylan Busby: 0-4

— Bristol (8-27) lost for the ninth straight time and 13th in 14 games, 2-0, to Greeneville. The Pirates have scored only one run in their last three games combined. Starter Hunter Stratton threw five shutout innings despite control problems. He gave up three hits and four walks, and struck out two. Bristol had only six hits, went 0-for-8 with runners in scoring position, drew no walks, and fanned a dozen times. They have easily the worst record in all of organized baseball.

Edison Lantigua: 1-4
Jason Delay: 0-4

— The GCL Pirates (10-17) lost to the Braves, 8-6. Cal Mitchell had a big game, going 3-4 with a pair of doubles. And, no, Mason Martin didn’t go deep. He was 1-4 with a double and a walk. Jacob Webb had a rough outing in relief. After one scoreless inning, he failed to retire any of the five batters he faced in his second inning. Four came around to score, with one of the runs unearned.

Lolo Sanchez: 2-4, 2B (batting .330)
Rodolfo Castro: 1-5, 2B

— The DSL Pirates (24-22) dropped a 1-0 game to the Rays2. Oliver Garcia gave up the only run in five innings. He allowed seven hits, walked one and struck out three.

Samuel Inoa: 0-3, BB
Sherten Apostel: 0-3, BB