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Cannonballs coming: Edison Lantigua hits for the cycle

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— Indianapolis (71-64) got home runs from Jose Osuna and Jason Martin in a 4-3 win over Toledo, which is chasing Indy for both the division lead and the wild card. Martin hit his fourth homer with a man on to tie the game in the fifth and Osuna provided the winning margin with his ninth in the sixth. Martin finished 1-4 and Osuna 2-3 with a walk. Kevin Kramer was 2-4, Max Moroff 0-3 with a walk and Jordan Luplow 0-4. Tyler Eppler gave up three runs in five innings on eight hits and two walks, with five strikeouts. Tanner Anderson got the win with three scoreless innings and Buddy Boshers got the save.

— Altoona (74-59) got only two hits in a 5-0 loss to Trenton. Bryan Reynolds was 1-3 with a walk. Cole Tucker, Ke’Bryan Hayes and Will Craig combined to go 0-9 with three walks. Dario Agrazal gave up the five runs on ten hits in seven innings.

— Bradenton (55-71) lost to Fort Myers, 8-3. Gavin Wallace gave up all eight runs in five innings. Hunter Owen went 2-4, Jared Oliva 1-4 and Adrian Valerio 1-4 with a double.

— Rodolfo Castro hit his 12th home run and Lolo Sanchez his fourth as West Virginia (69-59) beat Hagerstown, 4-1. Castro went 2-4 and also had a double, while Sanchez was 1-3. Cal Mitchell was 2-4 with a double and Connor Kaiser 0-4. Sergio Cubilete survived five walks to throw six shutout innings. He gave up three hits and struck out five. Nick Economos made his full-season debut, giving up a run over three innings to get the save.

— Morgantown (29-42) seemingly tried to make up for their season-long offensive struggles all at once in a 13-3 blowout of State College. Edison Lantigua hit for the cycle, going 4-5 with five RBIs. The home run was his third. The Black Bears just missed becoming the second team in the system to have two players cycle in one game. Brett Kinneman missed by, of all things, a single, going 3-5 with three runs and three RBIs. The home run was his fourth. Mike Gretler went 2-4 with three runs, three RBIs and his second home run. Zack Kone was 2-5 and Daniel Amaral 2-4 with three runs. Alex Manasa threw six innings, allowing three runs on six hits and a walk. He fanned six. Cody Smith got the three-inning save, allowing just a hit and a walk, and striking out four.

— Bristol (31-37) took a 3-0 lead in the first (against Nick Kingham’s brother Nolan), but didn’t score again in regulation and lost to Danville, 6-4. Denny Roman started and gave up a run on four hits and two walks in three and two-thirds innings. He struck out five. Yondry Contreras was 2-3, Brendt Citta 1-3 with a triple and Mason Martin 1-4 with his standard three strikeouts. Jonah Davis hasn’t played in a couple days but isn’t on the disabled list.