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Sunday Pebble Report

Irv Moss writes about possible September callups.

Renck mentions several pitchers he thinks could be traded for Shealy. If the Yankees wouldn't trade Proctor for Betemit, I don't see how they'd trade him for Shealy.

Colorado Springs: Mike Esposito was unable to pitch out of the second inning after giving up four runs in the first and four runs in the second (without recording an out). It ended in an 8-4 victory for Memphis. Josh Wilson hit his sixth home run, while Baker and Ardoin each added an RBI.

Tulsa: Jordan Czarniecki hit a sac fly in the top of the 10th to score Ian Stewart for the victory. Tulowitzki left the game after being hit on the hand. There was no fracture, but swelling did occur. Smith, Koshansky and Bernier also chipped in one RBI each. Jentry Beckstead pitched two innings for the win.

Modesto: The Nuts come out on the winning end of this high-scoring affair (11-10). Jonathan Herrera hit a triple in 7th, which scored Chris Frey as a the winning run. Jeff Dragicevich had three RBI, while Wimberly and Brooks both had two. Frey, Nelson and Valdez each had an RBI. Wimberly also added three walks. Ching-Lung Lo went three and one-third innings, allowed six runs on eight hits and walked and struck out four.

Asheville: The Tourists bats fell silent last night in the Hagerstown 7-1 victory. Dexter Fowler hit his fifth triple, the only XB hit for the Tourists. Xavier Cedeno went five and one-third innings and allowed the same number of runs and hits as Lo did. He struck out four and walked two.

Tri-City: A seventh inning single by Daniel Mayora was all the offense the Dust Devils needed to win 1-0. Will Harris pitched two inning and picked up his first win.

Casper: Two runs in the 8th and four runs in the 9th sealed the 9-4 victory for the Rockies. Cabrera, Christensen and Gomez had 1, 2 and 3 RBI, respectively. Clark and Wiens also added an RBI each. Yull Silano went five innings, saw three runs cross home on five hits and struck out five.

Here's an article from the Casper Star on Helder Velazquez.