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Cannonballs coming: Brandon Waddell narrowly misses CG shutout

West Virginia was off.

— Casey Sadler had his second straight strong start as Indianapolis (15-14) beat Louisville, 5-2. In five innings, Sadler gave up just one run on two hits and a walk, while fanning eight. Wyatt Mathisen made his AAA debut, replacing Jose Osuna at third base, and went 2-3 with a walk. Pablo Reyes and Jacob Stallings each went 2-4.

Austin Meadows: 0-5 (now in 1-for-20 slide)
Chris Bostick: 1-4
Kevin Kramer: 1-4, BB
Jordan Luplow: 1-4, 2B
Johnny Hellweg: IP, H, BB, Sv

— Brandon Waddell (pictured) came within one out of a complete game shutout as Altoona (16-13) edged Bowie, 2-1. Waddell had two outs and one on in the ninth when a pair of singles plated the only Bowie run. Geoff Hartlieb came on to fan top Baltimore prospect, Austin Hays, to end the game. Waddell had already struck Hays out three times. Waddell finished with six hits allowed, no walks and seven strikeouts. Jason Martin went 2-4 and drove in both runs, one with his third home run.

Cole Tucker: 1-4, 2B
Ke’Bryan Hayes: 1-4, 3B
Will Craig: 0-2, BB
Stephen Alemais: 0-3
Christian Kelley: 0-2, BB

— Arden Pabst stayed hot as Bradenton (19-13) beat Dunedin, 4-2. Pabst went 3-3 with his third home run, all in his last two games. He also had two doubles and is now batting 386/435/632. He has more extra base hits (8) than strikeouts (5). Eduardo Vera gave up two runs in seven innings. He allowed five hits and three walks, and struck out one. Jared Oliva added his second HR.

Adrian Valerio: 0-5
Bligh Madris: 1-5, 2B