Tuesday Pebble Report: Eric Young Jr. Begins Rehab Assignment

Colorado Springs and the Pacific Coast League had the night off.

Tulsa, W 2-1
Eric Young Jr. began his rehab assignment with Tulsa last night and went 0-for-2 with a strikeout. Anthony Jackson replaced him in the bottom of the fourth inning. Kiel Roling had two hits (one for a double) and drove in a run in the fourth. Roling hit the double in the ninth and scored from second on a fielding error.

Cory Riordan allowed a solo homer as one of his three hits allowed and struck out seven in six innings. Matt Daley threw a clean inning on 13 pitches (nine strikes). Rex Brothers picked up his second save on eight pitches (four strikes).

Modesto, L 3-4 (12 innings)
Ethan Hollingsworth allowed three runs in the sixth inning to lose the 1-0 lead. The Nuts came back in the bottom of the sixth to tie it at two. Hollingsworth went another 2 2/3 innings, winding up at 8 2/3 innings with eight strikeouts. Isaiah Froneberger went the next 3 1/3 innings and gave up an RBI single in the top of the 12th. He didn't allow a hit until the 12th and struck out five along the way.

The Nuts struck out 18 times. Beau Seabury did it four times and Tim Wheeler, Ben Paulsen, and Joe Sanders struck out three times each. David Christensen hit a double and a triple.

Asheville, W 5-4 (Completion of Sunday's game)
Delta Cleary drove in four of Asheville's five runs. He hit a solo homer in the first, had an RBI walk in the second, and hit a game-tying two-run double in the ninth. He then scored the winning run on an Angelys Nina single.

Wes Musick allowed a run in six innings and struck out six. Rhett Ballard blew the save by allowing three runs in the eighth inning on a bunch of ground balls singles, a ground ball double, and a sac fly.

Asheville, W 4-3
The Tourists had another ninth inning comeback. Down 1-4, Carlos Martinez reached first on a single. After a move to third on a Helder Velazquez double, Martinez scored on a wild pitch. Joey Wong doubled in Velazquez. Eliezer Mesa then singled in Dallas Tarleton to win the game.

Nick Schnaitmann allowed three runs over the fifth and sixth innings and left after the seventh. He struck out six.

Tri-City, L 2-6
Russell Wilson hit a homer in the fourth inning, his second of the season. The Dust Devils had two other hits yesterday. Parker Frazier allowed three runs on five hits and five walks.

Casper, L 5-6
Alving Mejias saw two of his three runs score on a homer to center in the third inning. He allowed only three hits, walked three, and struck out four in 4 1/3 innings. Blake Keitzman allowed three more runs over 2 1/3 innings, two on a homer. He struck out three.

Casper had its big inning in the second. Designated hitter Francisco Sosa had and RBI ground out, and Jose Rivera hit an RBI single. Shortstop Yafistel Roja (2008, DR sign) drove in two runs to complete a four-run second inning.

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