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Colorado Springs: The Sky Sox lost 6-5, while Jason Smith hit his first homerun. Jeff Salazar also stole his 3rd base. Miguel Asencio gave up 4 R on 7 H, walked 6 and K'ed 4.

Tulsa: The second half of the season begins tonight. But read this article on Joe Gaetti.

Modesto: Another extra inning loss for the Nuts happened yesterday. The final score was 8-7. Matt Miller now has 64 RBI and he also had 3 hits. Herrera, Dragicevich, Davies and Valdez all had multiple hits. Morales was wild again last night as he not only K'ed 7, but also walked 6. However, he did not factor into the decision. Daric Merrell, pitching the final 1 2/3 innings, walked 4 and took the loss.

Asheville: Second half of the season also starts tonight.

Tri-City: The Dust Devils fell to 0-3 after last night's loss. Victor Ferrante had a double. Josh Sullivan pitched 5 innings, allowed no runs on 3 hits, walked 2 and K'ed 5. That 0-3 record is good for a four-way tie in the East Division for 1st place.

Casper: The bats were alive last night for both teams, but Idaho Falls won 11-9. Michael Milliron had 3 hits, a double and an RBI. Jhaysson Agustin had 2 hits, 2 doubles and 3 RBI. David Christensen also had 3 RBI on 2 hits. Gomez also added 1 RBI. Robinson Fabian didn't take the loss but he allowed 7 R on 6 H, walked 4 and K'ed 2. Drew Shetrone picked up a blown save and David Bechtold also recorded a blown save and the loss.

Update [2006-6-22 11:40:49 by Rox Fan in NY]: Had to step out earlier to renew my license at the DMV. Here's the rest:

College: Jay Cox and the Tar Heels advanced to the CWS.

Miscellaneous: Greg Reynolds and Keith Weiser visited Coors Field yesterday (scroll down after the feature part of the article). Both will report to Tri-City, but Reynolds will move to Modesto after the All-Star Break.

Update [2006-6-22 20:46:15 by Rox Fan in NY]: Craig Baker says the team will have him rehab his arm.