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Cannonballs Coming: Cal Mitchell gets four hits

Greensboro was off.

— Indianapolis (15-15) lost to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, 3-1. The Indians couldn’t do anything with Chance Adams, getting just a pair of Jacob Stallings doubles in six and two-thirds innings. You may remember Adams as somebody whose name came up in connection with Gerrit Cole, but he’s been very mediocre in AAA for the last year and a month. The only other hit was a double by Kevin Kramer off a reliever that drove in Stallings with the only run. Kramer was 1-3 with a walk. Rookie Davis gave up two runs on nine hits in six innings. Brandon Waddell fanned four in two innings of relief, but also gave up a solo home run. Pablo Reyes played short and went 0-3.

Jason Martin, Jose Osuna, and Will Craig: each 0-4
Ke’Bryan Hayes: 0-3, BB

— Altoona (16-15) edged Bowie, 3-2. Pedro Vasquez gave up two runs on six hits in six innings. He walked one and struck out two. Blake Weiman threw two scoreless innings, allowing a hit and striking out one. In 7.1 IP so far, he’s allowed no runs, three hits and a walk. Bralin Jackson and Jason Delay each had two hits. Jared Oliva was 0-3 with a walk and Hunter Owen 1-4.

— Cal Mitchell (pictured) went 4-5 as Bradenton (20-11) beat Clearwater, 4-2. Mitchell had a double and a triple, and is now batting .303 with an .841 OPS as a 20-year-old in a league where the average OPS is .664. Robbie Glendinning went 3-5 with a double, and now has an OPS of 1.109 in 14 games in the Florida State League and .848 in nine games in the Eastern League. Travis Swaggerty was 0-2 with three walks and Dylan Busby 0-3 with one walk. Domingo Robles allowed just one earned and one unearned run in six innings. He gave up five hits and a walk, and fanned six.