Pirates minor league report: May 9, 2019 | TribLIVE.com

Pirates minor league report: May 9, 2019



INDIANAPOLIS (Triple-A, 16-16) won 4-2 over Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (Yankees). Five Indians each produced doubles, but it was RF Patrick Kivlehan (.212) who stood out as he went 2 for 4 with a double, home run and two RBIs. 3B Ke’Bryan Hayes (.250) doubled for the 13th time this season. RHP Alex McRae (3-2, 5.40) earned the victory after throwing 62/3 scoreless innings, allowing one hit with five strikeouts and two walks. RHP Geoff Hartlieb (1-0, 3.50) recorded a 10-out save for his first this season. Hartlieb gave up two runs on four hits with four strikeouts and a walk.

Next: Friday at Lehigh Valley (Phillies), 7:05 p.m.

ALTOONA (Double-A, 16-16) was idle. LHP Cam Vieaux (1-2, 2.67) is probable to start for the Curve on Friday night in Erie.

Next: Friday vs. Erie (Tigers), 6 p.m.

BRADENTON (High-A, 20-12) was suspended because rain midway through the third inning against visiting Palm Beach (Cardinals). The Marauders lead 1-0. The remainder of the game is to be completed Friday evening.

Next: Friday doubleheader vs. Palm Beach, Game 1 at 5 p.m.

GREENSBORO (Low-A, 21-11) lost 5-2 to Delmarva (Orioles). The Grasshoppers were held to five hits and trailed 5-0 after five innings. LF Fabricio Macias (.231) and CF Lolo Sanchez (.319) each doubled once for the Greensboro’s only extra-base hits. RHP Osvaldo Bido (5-1, 2.21) gave up five run on seven hits in five innings for his first loss this season. Bido also struck out five.

Next: Friday at Delmarva, 7:05 p.m.


WASHINGTON (Frontier League, 1-0) won 7-5 in 11 innings over River City.

Next: Friday at River City, 12:05 p.m.

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