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Tribe affiliates go 1-3 despite four quality starts from starting pitchers

Cleveland Indians minor league recap for May 24, 2018.

Columbus Clippers 1, Toledo Mud Hens 4

Box Score · Clippers fall to 22-22

The Columbus Clippers offense played hookie Wednesday, scoring just one run on four hits. The offense was provided by Yandy Diaz, who went 2-4 on the day.

Andrew Wilk pitched decent enough, allowing two earned runs in 6.0 innings on six hits while striking out four and walking one, but that was enough to take the loss.

Of note, a rehabbing Lonnie Chisenhall went 0-1 with a walk and a run scored. He’s 2-3 with a double and a walk thus far in his rehab assignment.

Akron RubberDucks 2, Trenton Thunder 1 (F/11)

Box Score · RubberDucks improve to 27-19

Nine innings wasn’t enough for Akron yesterday, as neither team was able to put a run on the board in regulation.

With the new extra innings rules in place, both teams were able to score one run in the 10th inning, but in the decisive 11th frame, Nick Pasquale stepped up and struck out the side in the top half and Sicnarf Loopstok was able to secure a walk-off sacrifice fly.

Veteran Jake Paulson was sensational for the RubberDucks, tossing 7.0 shutout innings while striking out six and walking none. Ka’ai Tom had the team’s only multi-hit game, going 2-4 with a walk.

Lynchburg Hillcats 0, Myrtle Beach Pelicans 5

Box Score · Hillcats fall to 23-20

Sam Hentges provided a quality start, giving up just two runs in 6.0 innings on five hits while striking out four and walking two, but he was no match for Alex Lange of Myrtle Beach, who shut out the Hillcats while striking out 10 batters in 6.0 innings.

No members of the Hillcats offense had a multi-hit game, a walk or even an extra base hit.

Lake County Captains 4, Dayton Dragons 5

Box Score · Captains fall to 20-26

The offense was good, the pitching was good, but Lake County’s defense failed the team Wednesday in a tough luck loss to Dayton.

The Captains committed three errors, leading to three unearned runs, which was enough for Dayton to just barely outscore them.

Kirk McCarty pitched well, allowing two runs (one earned) in 5.0 innings on four hits while striking out three and walking two.

Tyler Friis stayed hot at the plate, going 3-4 while Jesse Berardi and Todd Isaacs both had multi-hit games in the losing effort.