Asheville lost four to two, besides Dragon Lo giving up three more homeruns and looking as shaky as he had for his prior three starts, nothing much to report. It's pretty clear now something's happened, either an injury issue on the bad end or correctable mechanical glitches on the good end, but Lo isn't the same pitcher that started the season.
Modesto won 11-10 behind the powerful performance of its offense and particularly the red hot Christian Colonel who went four for five. Matt Macri also continues to rise steadily with a double and two walks. Ian Stewart had a hit and two RBI but that was it and also struck out twice in five at bats. He also committed his sixth error of the season(fielding). Juan Morillo struck out nine in five and two thirds and looked very solid while only walking two. Jim Miller had another poor outing and also falls into the "What the heck is happening camp?" along with Lo.
Tulsa lost seven to two, Jeff Salazar had two hits, Ryan Spillborghs two walks to fuel an otherwise punchless offense.
Speaking of punchless, the Springs lost eleven to one. Don't look at which bullpen members took a beating besides Justin Hampson, if you watched the Rockies early season you probably already know. Jorge Piedra continues to do well since returning from his suspension, he had three hits, including a solo homerun for the Sox's only score.