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Cannonballs coming: Ke’Bryan Hayes goes deep for only run in Altoona win

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Minor Transactions

  • 2018-08-01 Indianapolis Indians activated 1B Eric Wood from the 7-day disabled list.
  • 2018-08-01 Altoona Curve activated OF Braelin Jackson from the 7-day disabled list. He had been out since July 22 with a left calf strain.


Bristol was rained out.

— Indianapolis (60-49) beat Columbus, 5-4. Tyler Eppler gave up three runs on eight hits in six and two-thirds innings. The Indians took a 5-3 lead into the bottom of the ninth and Jesus Liranzo survived a double and two walks to get the very shaky save. Kevin Kramer went 2-3, raising his average to .300. He left for a pinch hitter, though, after making a diving play in the seventh, so he may be hurt. Jerrick Suiter and Erich Weiss each had a single and a double, and Pablo Reyes hit his seventh home run.

Max Moroff: 1-4, 2B, BB
Jason Martin: 0-4, BB
Jacob Stallings: 1-5
Casey Sadler: 1.1 IP, K

— Altoona (57-48) got a 1-0 win over Harrisburg in a game that was called after seven innings due to rain. The only run came on Ke’Bryan Hayes’ (pictured) sixth home run. The Curve had just three hits. Hayes went 1-3 and Stephen Alemais 1-3 with a double. Cole Tucker, Bryan Reynolds and Will Craig were a combined 0-8. Austin Coley threw five innings, and Bret Helton and Geoff Hartlieb one each.

— Bradenton (49-52) beat St. Lucie, 7-5. The Marauders had 13 hits, with Garrett Brown going 3-4, Lucas Tancas 2-4 with two doubles, Mitchell Tolman 2-3, Albert Baur 2-5 with a double and Jared Oliva 2-4. Gavin Wallace gave up four runs on seven hits in six innings.

— West Virginia (54-50) lost to Columbia, 3-1. Sergio Cubilete gave up a run on three hits over six innings. The Power had only six hits, half of them by Raul Hernandez. Oneil Cruz was 1-4 and Lolo Sanchez was 0-4. Sanchez, who had been hitting well for a while, is 6-for-39 in his last 11 games.

— Morgantown (17-28) rallied for four runs in the last two innings to beat Auburn, 5-4. Mike Gretler was 2-3 with a double and Daniel Amaral 2-4 with a walk. Travis Swaggerty was 1-5. Logan Stoelke struck out the side in the ninth to get the save.

— The GCL Pirates (15-19) stomped the Phillies West, 11-1. Starter Brad Case threw six shutout innings, giving up three hits and no walks, and fanning seven. Saul De La Cruz followed, allowing a run on two hits and a walk, with four strikeouts, over three innings. Samuel Inoa went 3-6 with his second home run and three RBIs, and Pat Dorrian also drove in three. Ji-Hwan Bae went 2-4 with two walks and three runs, and Jack Herman was 3-5 with a walk. Bae is now batting 284/381/358 with 11 walks and seven strikeouts. Herman is batting 333/438/513 with 14 walks and 14 strikeouts. Jean Eusebio was 2-5 and Francisco Acuna was 2-3 with three runs. In the midst of all that offense, Nick Patten struck out all five times up.

— The DSL Pirates1 (24-27) lost to the Rangers1, 13-5. Juan Pie (17) went 2-4 and Daniel Rivero (17) 1-3 with a walk.

— The DSL Pirates2 (20-31) lost to Colorado, 8-4. Angel Basabe (17) went 2-4 and Ronaldo Paulino (19) 2-3. Matthew Mercedes (19) was 2-4 with his fifth home run.


Disabled List

Triple-A Indianapolis
  • 2018-06-27 3B Jung Ho Kang, left wrist sprain
  • 2018-07-14 RHP Bo Schultz, right forearm strain
Double-A Altoona
  • 2018-05-29 RHP Dario Agrazal, right shoulder strain (rehab 7-23)
  • 2018-07-16 RHP Pedro Vasquez, right forearm strain
Single-A West Virginia
  • 2018-04-16 RHP Dylan Prohoroff
  • 2018-05-03 LHP Braeden Ogle
  • 2018-05-21 3B Dylan Busby
  • 2018-07-19 LF Chris Sharpe
  • 2018-07-20 RHP Cody Bolton
  • 2018-07-26 C Deon Stafford
  • 2018-07-26 3B Ben Bengston
  • 2018-07-29 2B Rodolfo Castro
Rookie GCL
  • 2018-06-18 RHP Luis Gonzalez (60)