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Pirates farm report

| Monday, May 10, 2004

Here's a look at how the Pirates' farm teams fared in games played Saturday:

  • NASHVILLE (14-15) lost, 1-0, at Oklahoma (Rangers). Nelson Figueroa (3-3) started and lost, allowing one run and six hits in seven innings. He struck out six and walked three. CF Tony Alvarez was 2 for 3. LF Andy Abad was 1 for 3 with a double.

  • ALTOONA (16-13) lost, 5-0, at Bowie (Orioles). Bobby Bradley (1-1) started and lost, allowing three runs and nine hits in five innings. He struck out two and walked none. DH Ryan Doumit had two doubles.

  • LYNCHBURG (13-16) lost, 5-3, at home against Myrtle Beach (Braves). Jonathan Albaladejo (2-4) started and lost, allowing four runs and eight hits in four innings. He struck out none and walked none. 2B Victor Mercedes was 2 for 5 with three RBI. SS Taber Lee was 2 for 4 with two runs scored. 3B Avelino Asprilla and CF Rajai Davis had two hits.

  • HICKORY (15-13) split a doubleheader at home against Hagerstown (Giants). Hickory lost the first game, 8-4. Wardell Starling (1-1) started and lost, allowing five runs and seven hits in 5.1 innings. He struck out four and walked none. CF Nyjer Morgan had three hits. C Mike McCuistion was 2 for 3 with a double. LF Adam Boeve was 2 for 4 with an RBI. Hickory won the second game, 7-3. Josh Sharpless (2-2) won in relief of Leo Nunez, who allowed three runs and four hits in four innings. He struck out five and walked two. LF Sean Smith was 2 for 3 with a double, triple and two RBI. SS Justin Harris was 1 for 3 with a home run (No. 1) and two RBI. 1B Jon Benick hit a solo homer (No. 8). 2B Mike Cockrell was 2 for 3 with two doubles and two runs scored.

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