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Pirates Prospects Report: Matt Gorski Homers Twice in Altoona Loss

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How the Pittsburgh Pirates’ farm clubs fared on Tuesday:

TRIPLE-A INDIANAPOLIS (38-43): Defeated Memphis 8-5. Jose Hernandez, beginning a rehab assignment, started and pitched 0.2 of a scoreless inning with two walks and one strikeout. Cam Alldred (5-1) got the win, allowing five runs in 4.1 innings. Juan Minaya got his second save with a scoreless ninth inning. Miguel Andujar had three hits, including his ninth home run and a double, and five RBIs. Ji Man Choi, on a rehab assignment, had two hits, including a two-run home run, his third. Endy Rodriguez and Alika Williams had two each, including doubles.

DOUBLE-A ALTOONA (36-39): Lost to Erie 6-4. Sean Sullivan (2-2) was the starter and loser, allowing five runs and eight hits in five innings with five strikeouts and no walks. Matt Gorski had two hits, including his 12th and 13th home runs, and three RBIs. Matt Fraizer had two hits.

HIGH-A GREENSBORO (38-36): Defeated Aberdeen 8-6. Po-Yun Chen started and allowed two runs and five hits in seven innings with seven strikeouts and two walks. Yunior Thibo (2-1) was the winning pitcher, retiring the only batter he faced. Michell Miliano pitched a scoreless ninth for his first save. Ernny Ordonez had two hits and two RBIs. Jase Bowen had two hits, including a double.

SINGLE-A BRADENTON (41-34): Won at Daytona 10-6. Dominic Perachi (3-0) was the starter and winner, allowing three runs and seven hits in five innings with four strikeouts and one walk. Jack Brannigan had four hits, including three doubles. Josiah Sightler had three hits, including a double, and four RBIs. Rodolfo Nolasco had two hits and three RBIs.

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