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Colorado Springs: Cancelled as a result of rain. The game will not be made up.

Tulsa: Joe Koshansky reached the century mark for RBI last night and, as the Tulsa World lets us know, he is chasing team records for home runs (32) and RBI (105). He hit home runs twenty-eight and twenty-nine yesterday for three RBI. Joe Gaetti hit his fourteenth home run. Marc Kaiser picked up his eight win after pitching seven innings and allowing three runs on eight hits in the 7-3 Tulsa victory.

Modesto: Ching-Lung Lo recorded his ninth win last night after he pitched seven innings and allowed four runs on seven hits. He struck out six and walked none. He also allowed two home runs. Justin Nelson and Duke Sardinha both hit home runs, while Chris Frey added two RBI and his twentieth stolen base.

Asheville: Xavier Cedeno allowed four runs on ten hits in six innings for the loss. Pedro Strop pitched a clean inning in the seventh. Chris Nelson hit his tenth home run during the bottom half of the seventh. Eric Young had three hits (two were doubles) and an RBI. Cole Garner also added an RBI.

Tri-City: A three-run fourth inning for the Dust Devils secured a Tri City 3-0 victory. Andrew Graham had the best start of early pro career last night as he went six innings, saw no runs cross on four hits and struck out eight. Thomas Baumgardner recorded his second save. And I didn't know this but Simon Ferrer is a knuckleballer. Anthony Jackson had two RBI and Geoff Stricklan drove in the other one. Mike McKenry threw out a runner and stole his third base on the season.

Casper: It took eight innings for the Rockies to score and they still fell short in Idaho Falls' 3-2 victory. Everth Cabrera and Jay Cox split the RBI total. Radames Nazario added a double. Yull Silano fell to 2-4 on the season after allowing three runs in five and a third innings. He walked three and struck out two.