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Pirates farm report for Sunday, July 21, 2019

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INDIANAPOLIS (Triple-A, 50-49) defeated Durham (Rays), 3-1. CF Jason Martin (.261) had two hits and an RBI. Pinch-hitter Will Craig (.247) hit his 19th homer, a solo shot. Dovydas Neverauskas (2-1) got the victory with two scoreless innings of relief. He struck out four. Starter Mitch Keller (7-4, 3.10) gave up one earned run in six innings with five strikeouts and no walks.

Next: Tuesday at Syracuse (Mets)

ALTOONA (Double-A, 51-45), defeated Bowie (Orioles), 8-6. LF Chris Sharpe (.200) had two hits, including his sixth homer, drove in three and scored twice. RF Bligh Madris (.266) hit his seventh homer, a three-run shot in the eighth. RHP Austin Coley (2-2, 5.21) threw two scoreless innings of relief to get the win. Left-handed starter Sean Brady (3-6, 3.95) went five innings, giving up six earned runs on 10 hits.

Next: Monday vs. Erie (Tigers)

BRADENTON (High-A, 52-45) defeated Tampa (Yankees), 13-2. RF Cal Mitchell (.264) had grand slam, his 13th homer, among his three hits and drove in seven runs. 2B Travis Swaggerty (.252) had three hits, drove in a run and scored three times. SS Oneil Cruz (.308) also had three hits and three runs. RHP Max Kranick (6-7, 3.89) gave up two earned runs on 10 hits in six innings for the win.

Next: Today at Clearwater (Phillies)

GREENSBORO (Low-A, 60-39) defeated Augusta (Giants), 6-3. LF Justin Harrer (.234) had three hits, including his fourth homer, drove in two and scored two. DH Fabricio Macias (.287) drove in two. RHP Cody Smith (1-1, 5.02), pitched four innings in relief to get the win. He gave up two earned runs, striking out five and walking two. RHP Luis Nova started and went three scoreless innings, striking out three.

Next: Tuesday vs. Ashville (Rockies)

WEST VIRGINIA (Short-season A, 19-16) defeated Auburn (Nationals), 5-3. CF Matt Gorski (.213) had a double, triple and drove in three runs. His two-run double in the ninth inning provided the winning runs. The Black Bears turned a triple play. RHP Garrett Leonard (2-0, 1.32) earned the victory, pitching two scoreless innings of one-hit ball. Starting RHP Jesus Valles worked five innings, giving up three earned runs on six hits.

Next: Monday at Auburn (Nationals)

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