— Dario Agrazal (pictured) did very well in his first AAA start as Indianapolis (13-10) beat Columbus, 5-3. Agrazal went six and two-thirds, giving up two runs on five hits and a walk. He fanned six and threw 64 of 98 pitches for strikes. (For reference, Columbus’ offense is almost exactly average for the International League.) Kevin Kramer hopefully got his bat going with a 2-4 game, including his first home run of the season. Kevin Newman, Ke’Bryan Hayes and Will Craig all went 1-3, with Newman drawing a walk and Hayes hitting a double. Jacob Stallings continued his rehab, going 0-3 and catching the whole game.
Geoff Hartlieb: 1.1 IP, 2K
Dovydas Neverauskas: IP, H, R, 2 K, Sv
— Altoona (11-12) fell victim to a complete game no-hitter by the top overall pick in last year’s draft, Casey Mize, and lost to Erie, 1-0. The Curve had only two baserunners: Jared Oliva got hit with a pitch to lead off the first, only to be wiped out on a double play, and Bligh Madris drew a walk, which oddly was his first one of the season. A fine start by Cam Vieaux, against the league’s highest-scoring team, got wasted. He went seven innings, allowing six hits and two walks, and striking out one.