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Sunday Pebble Report

Tulowitzki headed to the AFL (unofficial, though), Iannetta probably gets a call-up sometime in August.

Colorado Springs: Matt Miller went one-for-three in the two-hit shutout loss to Sacramento. Justin Hampson allowed one run and K'ed five in six innings.

Tulsa: Tino Sanchez had had two doubles and five RBI for the Driller in the 11-2 victory. Koshansky added two (while narrowly missing a grand slam) and Colonel, Czarniecki and Thigpen each had an RBI. Tulowitzki had two hits and Stewart hit his twenty-ninth double. Juan Morillo went six and one-third innings, walking three and K'ing five.

Modesto: The Nuts lost 3-0 in the first game of the double header. Chris Frey hit a double, while Wimberly, Herrera and Davies each had singles. Samuel Deduno pitched six innings of the seven inning game and allowed all three runs on two hits. He walked three and K'ed 7. Tomas Santiago made his first appearance for the Nuts this season and pitched a perfect inning.

The second game was better as the Nuts won 7-3. Dustin Hahn went one-for-one with a double, two RBI and two walks. Jonathan Herrera (with an RBI) and Michael Davies both had multi-hit games, while Wimberly walked twice and had an RBI. Humberto Cardenas lasted five innings and allowed all three runs.

Asheville: This was a tough loss (6-5) for the Tourists after Jon George and Andrew Johnston saw four runs cross home plate in the 8th inning. Xavier Cedeno walked five batter in six and one-third innings pitched. EY Jr. had two hits with two RBI and Carte (who walked twice) and Blumenthal each had one RBI. Cole Garner hit two doubles for twenty-seven on the season.

Tri-City: Let's throw a parade for the Dust Devils as they reached double digits in runs scored last night! They won 10-7, holding off a late rally by Spokane. Matt Repec had three RBI and Jeff Kindel had two RBI and three runs scored.  Strickland, Ferrante, Berglund and Banda each had an RBI. Ethan Katz had the start and K'ed three in five innings. George Delgado picked up his sixth save and was the only Dust Devil reliever to not allow a run.

Casper: Yull Silano, in his fourth start, wasn't at his best last night. He lasted two innings and K'ed five, but allowed eight runs on seven hits. David Arnold and Agustin Arias both allowed four runs, while David Bechtold saw two runs cross the plate. Helder Velazquez had two doubles and two RBI. David Christensen, who cut his hair, had two hits and a double before Jesse Brownell came in to get get more playing time.