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In the second part of this Denver Post article, we learn that Jeff Baker has been offered for LaTroy Hawkins. However, the O's don't want Baker.

Colorado Springs: Ryan Shealy (15) and Carlos Rivera (6) both hit home runs in the bottom of the 9th to lead the Springs to a 12-10 victory. Sunny Kim went 7 2/3 innings and gave up five runs. Zach McClellan and Nate Field both blew saves in the 8th and 9th innings, respectively. Jeff Baker went 2-for-5 and had four RBI, sixty-five on the season. Iannetta walked three more times and has an OBP of .579.

Tulsa: The Drillers scored three in the 6th and one each in the 7th, 8th and 9th to win 8-6. Juan Morillo started and went 4 1/3 innings. He allowed six runs on four hits and walked five to his two Ks. Tulowitzki (48), Koshansky (74) and Czarniecki had two RBI each and Seth Smith and Judd Thigpen had one each.

Modesto: Jeff Dragicevich had the only RBI in the 2-1 loss to High Desert. Matt Miller had three hits, as did Kyle Wilson. Franklin Morales K'ed seven in six innings and allowed both runs on six hits.

Asheville: Suspended due to rain. But here's an Irv Moss article on Cole Garner.

Tri-City: Tri-City continues to rack up the losses as this one was a 4-3 loss. Mayora, Repec and Berglund each had an RBI. The team also K'ed eleven times. Keith Weiser went four innings, allowed six hits, one run and K'ed one.

Casper: Hector Gomez had an RBI in the 7-2 loss to Billings. David Christensen took a walk and also struck out. Brandon Hynick took the loss but only gave up two runs in five innings. He also K'ed seven.