— Indianapolis (25-22) scored three times in the first, but ended up losing to Charlotte, 4-3. J.T. Brubaker didn’t have a great start, giving up four runs, three earned, on nine hits and four walks in four and two-thirds innings. He struck out one. The Indians had only six hits. Kevin Newman was 2-3 with a walk.
Max Moroff: 0-4
Chris Bostick: 1-4
Jordan Luplow: 0-3
Kevin Kramer: 1-4, 2B
— Altoona (22-23) lost to Harrisburg, 7-2. Starter Taylor Hearn lasted only two and two-thirds innings. He gave up just one hit—a double by the rehabbing Daniel Murphy—and the three runs off him were unearned. He walked two and struck out three. It appears he came out as a result of throwing 38 pitches in the third inning. The Curve’s two runs scored on Stephen Alemais’ first home run. He went 2-3 with a walk. Ke’Bryan Hayes was 2-4 with two doubles.
Cole Tucker: 1-4
Jason Martin: 1-3, BB
— Bradenton (26-22) hammered Jupiter in the first game of a doubleheader, 13-5. Hunter Owen (pictured), Bligh Madris and Albert Baur each drove in three runs. Owen went 3-4 with a pair of home runs, giving him five on the year. Madris was 3-3 with a double and his fifth home run. Baur was 2-3 with a double, a walk and his eighth home run. James Marvel gave up five runs on ten hits over five and two-thirds innings.
Jared Oliva: 0-2, 2 BB, HBP, 3 R
Adrian Valerio: 1-3
Jason Delay: 2-4
The Marauders lost the second game, 4-1. Oddy Nunez gave up all four runs on five hits in six innings. He walked two and struck out five.
Oliva: 1-3, 2B
— West Virginia (25-21) got routed, 11-0, in the first game of their doubleheader with Kannapolis. The Power committed five errors, two of them by Oneil Cruz, giving him 17 on the year. Hunter Stratton started and gave up six runs, four earned, in five innings. The Power had only four hits.
Cal Mitchell: 0-3
Deon Stafford: 1-3
Rodolfo Castro: 0-2
Lolo Sanchez: 0-3
The Power also lost the second game, 2-1, in eight innings. Starter Evan Piechota struck out nine and allowed one run over six and two thirds innings. Cruz was 2-4 and Brett Pope 3-3.