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The West Virginia Power season is winding down and they are just a 1/2 game ahead in the playoff standings. Tonight they will call on Luis Heredia to help them stay ahead of Hickory for that last playoff spot. Bradenton was rained out yesterday. The game will be made up on the road next week when the two teams meet again. The DSL regular season ends tomorrow. Check out the Recent Transactions section to the bottom of this page, for all Pirates minor league transactions. A full recap of yesterday’s action can be found here. The latest Dominican Summer League recap can be found here. Heredia hasn’t pitched well on the road this year (Photo Credit: Nick Scala) AAA: Indianapolis (74-59) @ Rochester (72-61) 7:15pm Probable starter: Brandon Cumpton (6-7, 3.55) Yesterday’s Result: Indianapolis 6, Rochester 1 Brandon Cumpton will get his 18th start for Indianapolis tonight. He has also made four starts for the Pirates, pitched twice in relief for Indianapolis and he made two early season st...
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