Pirates farm report |

Pirates farm report

INDIANAPOLIS (Triple-A, 38-24) lost, 4-3, at Charlotte (White Sox). Shortstop Nick Green was 2 for 5 with two RBI. Right fielder Yurendell DeCaster also had two hits, including a double, and scored a run for the Indians. Right-handed starter Bryan Bullington (9-3) allowed a run in his only inning of work.

ALTOONA (Double-A, 29-30) lost, 12-4, at Harrisburg (Nationals). Third baseman Neil Walker was 2 for 4 with a solo home run. Catcher Milver Reyes was 2 for 3 with a double and a walk. Center fielder Andrew McCutchen hit a double and struck out twice. Right-hander Luis Munoz (6-3) allowed four runs on four hits in 22/3 innings.

LYNCHBURG (High-A, 29-31) won, 3-2, at home against Salem (Astros). Left fielder Ulyses Davenport hit a two-run homer and a solo shot. First baseman Jason Delaney went 2 for 3 with a walk. Right-hander Todd Redmond (5-4) surrendered two runs on five hits in 71/3 innings.

HICKORY (Low-A, 19-28) won, 7-1, at home against Asheville (Rockies). Catcher Francis Poni and second baseman Jim Negrych each drove in two runs for the Crawdads. Shortstop Jose De Los Santos had two hits and scored two runs. Right-hander Jared Hughes (5-4) allowed six hits in seven scoreless innings.

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